Tess Holliday Shares Gwyneth Paltrow’s Bone Broth and Vegetables Instagram Diet Video
It Iron man The 50-year-old star is also under fire from nutritionists after she revealed her eating habits during a recent episode of Dear Media’s podcast, The Art of Being Good with Dr. Will Cole.
In the podcast, Paltrow said that she usually eats dinner at 6 or 6:30 p.m. and won’t eat again until 12 p.m. the next day. In the morning he drinks coffee or “celery juice with lemon or lemon water” because he doesn’t want to “punch”. [her] blood sugar”.
Then he exercises for about an hour in the morning, which can be either “[taking] go for a walk, or do pilates, or do my Tracy Anderson [routine]”.
After her morning workout, Paltrow said she “dry brushes” and then goes into her “infrared sauna for 30 minutes.”
When she finally breaks her intermittent fasting, Paltrow said she “really likes soup for lunch” and has “bone broth for lunch most days.” For dinner, she follows a paleo diet and eats “a lot of vegetables” to “support [her] detox.”
Holliday, a plus-size model who has previously spoken out about living with an eating disorder, took to TikTok to share her thoughts on Paltrow’s diet.
“I don’t judge because I have an eating disorder. [But] bone broth is not a convenient meal. And then end your day eating only vegetables? But people continue to give him airtime, give him a platform, take his “advice” because everyone is too afraid of being fat,” Holliday said.
The 37-year-old model and body positivity campaigner recalled attending a “big fancy Hollywood event” a few years ago, where Paltrow was also in attendance, and sat down to a “prepared meal.”
According to Holliday, Paltrow forced people around her to refer to her by her initials “GP” and was seated at a table with American designer and celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe.
He said. “It was a sit-down dinner and we had a certain course, a certain meal. And [Paltrow] out loud he had to let everyone know that in this very small room, with Natalie Portman, Kathryn O’Hara, they were there, that he and his table, some of his closest friends, as he put it; they were going to eat something else: pizza.
“But not just any pizza. Cauliflower Crust Pizza Without Cheese. And I’m not throwing shade at anyone who likes cauliflower pizza, go ahead, do your thing. But everyone just laughed like it was no big deal.”
Holliday continued. “I’m not here to judge what people put in their bodies, especially as someone with an eating disorder. And I get made fun of all the time because I’m fat, so how dare I talk about not feeding my body, right?
“But this s*** isn’t normal and it’s affecting a whole other generation of young people who think eating like ‘GP’ is OK, OK.”
She concluded her video by admitting that she “doesn’t have all the answers” but pointed to “all the talk about Ozempic and all these weight loss drugs” as reasons to speak out against the “exhausting” diet culture.
“You can feed your body. Carbohydrates are not the devil. Fat is not bad. And I mean fat on your food and on your body. Not bad. But hey, anything for a dollar, something for people’s mental health,” Holliday added.
Her comments come after several TikTok nutritionists also criticized Paltrow’s routine. Dietician Kim Lindsay told The Independent that Paltrow “encourages many restrictive diets such as intermittent fasting, paleo, replacing meals with low-calorie liquids (coffee and bone broth) and detoxing.”
“We know that diets are unsustainable and can lead to weight cycling, increased risk of chronic diseases and disorders,” he added.
The Independent A rep for Paltrow has been contacted for comment.