Gwyneth Paltrow caused a social media frenzy after she shared a glimpse of her day-to-day "wellness" routine.
The actor and Goop founder recently appeared on The Art of Being Well podcast with Dr. Will Cole on which she opened up about her transition from film to her modern lifestyle brand, relationships, self-love and her daily wellness routine.
Dr. Cole inquired about her current routine to which Paltrow responded:
"I eat dinner early in the evening. I do a nice intermittent fast."
"I usually eat something about 12 and in the morning I have things that won't spike my blood sugar so I have coffee."
She continued that she often has soup for lunch, bone broth "a lot of the days."
"[I] try to do one hour of movement, so I'll either take a walk or I'll do Pilates or I'll do my Tracy Anderson."
"And then I dry brush and I get in the sauna. So I do my infrared sauna for 30 minutes and then for dinner I try to eat according to paleo - so lots of vegetables."
The Avengers actor finished:
"It's really important for me to support my detox."
You can watch the clip below.
Many viewers and listeners of the podcast spoke out about the star's diet, accusing her of promoting and glorifying eating disorders.
Some even stitched the segment on TikTok and put in their two cents, like model and blogger Tess Holliday who shared:
"What I find most mental about this is that we’ve known for years that she is okay with glorifying her eating disorder."
Holliday continued in her video:
"And I’m not judging, because I have an eating disorder."
"Bone broth is not a suitable meal. And then to end your day with just eating vegetables, but yet people continue to give her airtime, to give her a platform, to take her advice because everyone is too afraid to be fat."
You can watch Holliday's full video below, in which she also shared a personal experience with Paltrow's promotion of under-eating.
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Another to speak out was dietician Dr. Lauren Cadillac, who noted in the caption that for Paltrow's height, she is in no way consuming enough calories.
"THIS IS NOT ENOUGH FOOD especially for someone that is 5’9. Please stop following and listening to celebrities for your health and wellness advice."
Even Real Housewife Bethenny Frankel chimed in, but while she notes the diet is ridiculous—along with many of her lifestyle choices and business ideas—"who cares?!"
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Others on social media called out the actor for promoting an eating disorder, disguising it as anti-aging and wellness.
Paltrow has yet to comment on the backlash, but - as many of the videos and comments stated - seek diet and wellness advice from a professional.