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My body has been “punished”, “distorted” by the purification culture.

Goop’s former deputy throws mud at Clean Queen Gwyneth Paltrow’s allegedly ‘toxic’ workplace.

Fans know Elise Loehnen as the co-host of the Goop podcast and as someone who also appeared on their regular Netflix series The Goop Lab. But in 2020, Loehnen — then the brand’s chief content officer — stepped down after working closely with Paltrow for seven years.

Back then wages quoted an upcoming book for Dial Press as the reason for her departure. But her recent comments on Instagram suggest something else.

“When I left my last job at Goop almost two years ago, I decided to give up all cleaning,” she began in a reel Tuesday.

“For me it had become synonymous with dieting and restriction and I felt like I didn’t have a healthy relationship with my body where I was always trying to punish it, to get it under control. And I’ve been eating like a teenager for two years and I’m enjoying it, to be honest,” Loehnen explained in the video, which has more than 9,000 views.

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Former Goop chief content officer Elise Loehnen opens up about the “distorted” relationship she developed with her body during her time at the clean lifestyle company.
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Loehnen also blamed problematic wellness trends for her “distorted” body image.

In the caption, the former ghostwriter of 11 book titles welcomed the “full rebellion” she launched after leaving Goop, calling the split “healthy in terms of letting go of ideas of what my body looks like at 42.” should have two kids.” (Paltrow, by comparison, is 49 and has two teenagers.)

“Wellness culture can be toxic,” Loehnen added, before moving into a plug for Kroma Wellness and their liquid “five-day cleanse” of broths, smoothies, and lattes.

Elise Loehnen and Gwyneth Paltrow
Elise Loehnen and Gwyneth Paltrow attend The Goop Lab screening in Hollywood in 2020.
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Elise Loehnen and Gwyneth Paltrow
The former Goop podcast cohost worked side-by-side with the famous wellness guru for seven years.
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But this time it will be different, she stressed, skipping the weigh-in and giving herself room to expand the parameters of the diet.

“I’m just trying to get to a point where I can start having conversations with my body again,” she continued, hinting that “during her time at Goop, those conversations became distorted.”

“I refuse to punish myself with food or to keep myself under the weight that my body doesn’t seem to want anymore,” she continued in the video caption. “Fortunately, I have neither the energy nor the interest.”

Of course, Goop’s reputation has been repeatedly questioned by critics over the years question legitimacy from their health advice, as well as those who are in with dirt on the clean lifestyle company.

Media reports – and plenty of negative employee reviews online – have revealed a mass exodus of employees since September 2019, many reflecting the “toxic” mood in the workplace, plagued by low pay, “fear-based management” and a “mean girl’ mood”. ,” according to the Daily Mail. The celebrity wellness empire, which began as a newsletter in 2008, reportedly lost about half its workforce — about 140, reports Business Insider – due to dismissals and resignations, including those of corner suite officers.

Elise Loehnen and Gwyneth Paltrow
The former Goop exec previously explained that she left the brand to focus on a new book deal.
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This is Loehnen for the first time — who coined one of the biggest catchphrases of the celebrity era, “conscious decoupling” — has opened up about her personal hurdles at Goop. Paltrow had considered her a “counterpart” in business, according to her statement on the COO’s furlough.

“Elise is like a sister to me and I will watch with pride as she embarks on this monumental phase in her professional life,” concluded the Oscar winner.

https://nypost.com/2022/03/22/former-goop-boss-my-body-was-punished-distorted-by-cleanse-culture/ My body has been “punished”, “distorted” by the purification culture.

Dais Johnston

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