Though Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow, 50, recently revealed that she “fasts intermittently and eats mostly meat and vegetable soup,” critics say it’s inappropriate for an actress who needs to rein in her body to publicize her crash diet.
Paltrow recently revealed her eating habits to stay healthy on “The Art of Wellness with Dr. Will Cole”. This is intermittent fasting from 7pm to 12am the next day.
Paltrow also said: “I drink coffee, lemon and celery juice with lemon water in the morning to prevent a rapid spike in blood sugar. He said he had beef broth for lunch or vegetarian meals for dinner.”
Regarding the diet, opinions are published on social networks that “Paltrow spreads false information about health”. According to the British newspaper The Independent, etc., nutritionist Lindsey Kim recently pointed out via TikTok: “Beef bone broth is not a balanced meal, and coffee is often used as an appetite suppressant.” “I’m worried that people will follow this as a healthy diet,” he said.
British model Tess Holliday, 37, who has 690,000 followers on TikTok, also publicly fired Paltrow. Tess is a plus size model who appeared on the cover of the British edition of the fashion magazine ‘Cosmopolitan’ in 2018. At that time, her weight was 136 kg.
Tess said, “Are you going to end the day eating only vegetables? People keep giving her time and giving her a platform and giving her advice because everyone is so afraid of obesity.”
He said: “A few years ago I saw Paltrow at a big, glamorous Hollywood event. At the time, a meal was being prepared for dinner and Paltrow said he was going to eat pizza in a small room at a comp table. Natalie Portman and Catherine O’Hara, among other close friends. She told everyone “out loud and had cauliflower pasta pizza with no cheese”.
“It is not normal. It’s okay to feed the body. Carbohydrates are not the devil. Fat is not bad.”
Also, there are criticisms that Paltrow is a “mother of almonds”. “Almond mother” is a neologism that refers to a mother who forces her children to go on a diet and eat less “news”. On the American reality show “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”, when supermodel Gigi Hadid said: “I just ate half an almond, I’m weak”, her mother Yolanda Hadid, a former model, said: “You don’t have to eat 2 or 3 almonds.” “?