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TikTok Is Freaking Out Over Gwyneth Paltrow's Alarming Diet

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Gwyneth Paltrow Reveals Alarming DietSteve Granitz / Contributor / FilmMagic / Getty Images & Dear Media / TikToik

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While Gwyneth Paltrow has never been immune to criticism, her latest reveal has really sounded alarms. During an interview with the podcast The Art of Being Well With Dr. Cole, Paltrow described her "wellness routine," and let's just say the internet is not having it.

She told Dr. Cole that she eats dinner early and does a "nice intermittent fast." Okay, not too alarming...yet. She said that she'll normally have coffee in the morning (something that doesn't spike her blood sugar) and will eat around noon. But what she "eats" for lunch is more like sipping—it's bone broth.

"I really like soup for lunch," said Paltrow. "I have bone broth for lunch a lot of the days." She tries to follow this with "an hour of movement," dry brushing, and then 30 minutes in an infrared sauna.

And for dinner? Paltrow said she tries to eat paleo, which includes a lot of vegetables.

"It's really important for me to support my detox," she said.

While the TikTok was just snippets of the hour-long podcast episode, commenters questioned Paltrow's seemingly sparse diet.

"Bone broth is not soup," wrote @lizwalshcreative.

"What is she detoxing? Black coffee, bone broth, and vegetables?" commented @kelseystamps.

And @alxandr5aaa_sel said "this literally sounds like a colonoscopy prep," which leads us to one of the other eyebrow-raising tidbits Paltrow revealed during the interview: receiving ozone therapy rectally. There's limited evidence on the health benefits of ozone therapy, according to the Cleveland Clinic, and in 2019 the FDA warned against it, as reported by The Cut. Commenters were also critical of her frequent expensive IV treatments.

But it's Paltrow's diet that's stirring up the most debate across social media, with some people posting TikToks in response to the interview.

Sietitians on the platform have responded with TikToks; @feelgooddietician referred to the routine as "disordered."

In anything, the backlash is sparking conversations, representing a potential shift in how we talk about health, wellness, and food.

"The comments make me smile. We are so over the almond mom culture being normal. I love it," commented @pixiealchemy222 on the original TikTok video.

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