Just a decade ago, Ella Mills, heir to the British supermarket chain Sainsbury's, was wrong. Very bad. She is the first to tell it openly and to define herself as a sick person, with low self-esteem and, moreover, a "sugar monster". No one would have told Mills that, ten years later, she would become one of the largest representatives of healthy food (and, above all, beautiful) in the United Kingdom , a renowned cook, a buoyant businesswoman with her own products that are found .. .
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