Working on a movie about a cult made her realize she was in one. More
I remember the first time I realized that I was fat. More
What with the surprise emergence of prolonged fasting as a hot new diet trend this year, we shouldn’t really be surprised by any particular way people begin eating nowadays. One need only see a blockbuster cookbook dismissing most solid foods … More
As part of her supermodel promotional duties, Kroes chatted with British Vogue–who won’t be featuring her on the cover, but who did snag her time for the next best thing: diet tips! You know, because that’s what women give a shit about.
As a lady blog (one of several!), we get bombarded with a lot of information about fantastical new diets all the time. For the most part, they’re a repackaging of the same fluffy bullshit that celebrities parrot ad nauseam in gossip weeklies–broccoli and fish! grilled chicken and salad!–but occasionally we encounter something extremely bizarre and new. More
And this is a woman who makes brownies out of beans. More
Ah, cleanses–one of the great hoaxes of our time. More
Like most everyone with eyeballs and a body, Irish cheese company Kerry Low Low is “sick of food advertising clichés.” They recently released a video parodying typical diet food ads geared toward women and–while it’s funny and accurate–it’s also a little suspect. Kerry Low Low is a company that sells reduced fat cheese products to women, so their parody of a diet ad is also a diet ad. More
Last week, we learned some very interesting things about It’s All Good, the new “elimination diet” cookbook from GOOP leader Gwyneth Paltrow. Namely, we learned that it eliminates food.
Here’s a quick list of ingredients you won’t be using when cooking like Gwyneth Paltrow: coffee, alcohol, dairy, chicken eggs (more exclusive eggs are fine), sugar, shellfish, deepwater fish, potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, corn, wheat, meat, soy and all processed foods. If this seems a bit draconian (or an obvious symptom of “laughable Hollywood neuroticism“)–you’re right. But nobody said it was easy being Gwyneth Paltrow. Well, maybe they did.
Anyway, the cookbook has been backordered everywhere and Paltrow’s publisher anticipates a big success, which is why we’re extremely pleased to bring you these eight healthful and delicious recipes from It’s All Good–exclusively on The Gloss. Enjoy! More
Actress, lifestyle expert and GOOP person Gwyneth Paltrow is currently on promotional detail for her new “elimination diet” cookbook, It’s All Good, which features recipes that feature very little. In fact, it’s kind of a 180 from her domestic goddess wish fulfillment debut, My Father’s Daughter, a book of three-car-garage-homestyle recipes like chicken and dumplings or stuffed avocados (well, stuffed with veganaise). More
Ladies! Sleeping with a light on could be making you fat! Worse still, sleeping in non-enveloping cocoon-like darkness could be… making you fat!
This is horrible news, because everything else already makes us fat. But apparently there is room for another thing. More
In completely horrible news, a company called FatLossFactor is ruthlessly targeting teenagers with eating disorders to sell diet products.
What with all this talk of Hollywood diets and the pressure to look thin in order to look good, it’s easy to forget that Anne Hathaway was actually on that starvation diet so she would look bad while playing an impoverished prostitute in Les Miserables. More
Every animal I saw for a long time reminded me of Wilbur the pig. Wilbur is meant to do tricks in the barnyard, not be dinner. More