Gwyneth Paltrow’s Controversial Wellness Routine Criticized on TikTok

Gwyneth Paltrow has faced criticism from TikTok users for promoting an out-of-touch wellness routine which includes daily IV treatments, intermittent fasting and bone broth consumption. Users also commented on Paltrow’s appearance, with some suggesting she looked physically unwell. Paltrow has previously faced criticism for her controversial health suggestions and products released by her lifestyle brand, Goop, including a $75 vagina-scented candle.

Gwyneth Paltrow has come under fire on TikTok for promoting expensive daily IV treatments and out-of-touch wellness tips, leading to users calling her an “almond mom.”

Gwyneth Paltrow is causing controversy once again, as she shares her daily wellness routine on a recent podcast appearance. The “Art of Being Well” episode features the 50-year-old actress and wellness guru explaining her love of IV treatments, revealing that Glutathione and Phosphatidylcholine are her favorites. She also discusses her daily routine, which includes intermittent fasting until noon, pilates, Tracy Anderson workouts, and a vegetable-heavy paleo-inspired dinner.

However, Paltrow’s routine has received criticism online, with TikTok users calling her an “almond mom.” This term refers to adults who push disordered eating onto their children, and some fans feel Paltrow’s diet and workout regimen might be promoting such behavior. Others criticize her for her expensive daily IV treatments, with many feeling they don’t justify the cost. Some also question the effectiveness of Paltrow’s routine, with comments suggesting that she appears physically unwell.

This isn’t the first time Paltrow has received backlash for her wellness suggestions. Her lifestyle brand, Goop, has been criticized for promoting outlandish products and ideas. In the past, Goop has released gift guides featuring $33,000 earrings and debuted a $75 vagina-scented candle. Paltrow has been accused of promoting disordered eating behaviors, and one product release, a salmon “detox” salad, was called out as a “bulls–t” way for her to “make cash.”

While Paltrow’s wellness routine may work for her, the criticism from some fans raises questions about the potentially harmful effects of promoting disordered eating habits and expensive wellness treatments. Paltrow and Goop have repeatedly been subject to controversy, and their ongoing promotion of questionable health practices may continue to draw criticism from health professionals and fans alike.

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