Gwyneth Paltrow slams ‘dangerous’ eating habits
Gwyneth Paltrow recently landed in hot water for promoting a ‘dangerous’ eating routine and eating disorders.
When he appeared on The art of being well podcast, the actress opened up about her diet and exercise routine that went viral because of her weird preferences.
Gwyneth said: “I eat dinner early in the evening. I do intermittent fasting.
“So, I have coffee, but I really like soup for lunch. I often have bone broth for lunch,” she added.
Gwyneth’s comments don’t sit well with plus-size model Tess Holliday who called out the actress for endorsing “inappropriate meals”.
Tess responded to Gwyneth’s interview on her TikTok video.
“What I find most mental about it is that we’ve known for years that she’s okay with glorifying her eating disorder,” the Sliding Doors star said.
The actress continued, “And I’m not judging, because I have an eating disorder.”
“Bone broth is not a proper meal. And then end his day eating nothing but vegetables, yet people keep giving him airtime, giving him a platform, taking his advice because everyone is too scared of being fat.” she explained.
Tess also urged her followers to say “it’s good to feed your body”.
“Carbohydrates are not the devil; fat is not bad and I mean fat in your diet and fat on your body. It’s not bad,” she added.