Jamie Oliver has come under fire for gaining weight recently, but we think he should be left alone.
Taking to the stage to discuss his latest venture, commentators were quick to suggest that Jamie had been indulging a little too much in some of the junk food he's trying to warn people off.
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However, we think he should be given a break. Not only has Jamie worked hard to change eating habits across the world, he also runs a whole host of restaurants.
Jamie himself admitted that he has put on weight, but that generally he's healthy: "I am very healthy. I think the last time I had a filling in my teeth, which was quite recently, I was in good nick"
"I do my best," he continued. "Working in the food business is quite hard when someone is constantly asking you to try things," he said. "I eat fresh, I train twice a week. I could definitely do better, but I am trying to do my best like most people when they hit 30."
Jamie's latest scheme in Australia involves putting millions of dollars towards teaching people about cooking techniques and nutrition.
"But if kids aren't taught about food, where it comes from and how it affects their body, then in essence we are doing them a massive disservice."