The internet loves missteps of all kinds.
We are looking for the little beast, the anomaly, the inconsistency.
Gwyneth Paltrow, actress converted into well-being guru often pays the price.
Monday March 13, at the microphone of the podcast
The Art of Wellness,
the founder of Goop, 50, revealed some of her habits to stay fresh and healthy: a coffee in the morning, to “not to increase” her blood sugar levels, and a bone broth at lunch.
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The one who marketed a “vagina-scented” candle last year said that she completed her day with “30 minutes of walking or a Pilates class”.
Naturally, these revelations were quick to provoke the amusement and then the anger of Internet users, leading to strong reactions on social networks.
"It looks like a preparation before a colonoscopy," writes a user.
“What does she have to eliminate?
Black coffee, bone broth and vegetables?” adds another.
But again: “That explains why she looks 73 years old”.
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As often, the scold is also mounted by several health professionals, indignant at such a program.
Among them is dietitian Lauren Cadillac, who responded via video on TikTok.
“This woman is 1.75m tall and that's all she eats all day?
It's not well-being.
It's an eating disorder,” she commented.
Same story for her New York colleague, Sammi Haber Brondo: “It's not food, it's drinks.
(…) We need energy to play sports”.
Actress Jameela Jamil, spokesperson for the fight for
didn't walk her words: “Just ignore it and talk to professional nutritionists.
Not to a group of traumatized women who are mocked and scrutinized daily about their appearance.
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Under the fire of critics, Gwyneth Paltrow split a new video to justify herself.
Victim of a long form of Covid-19, she explained, this Friday, March 17, that her specific diets had been prescribed to her by doctors to fight the disease.
That said, she clarified that her choices are hers alone and that there was no question of giving "advice" to Internet users.
“I eat way more than bone broth and vegetables,” she swore.
I eat full meals.
I give myself days where I eat what I want.
For example ?
A tray of fries.