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Gwyneth Paltrow: Oscar Winner, Snake-Oil Salesman

This week, Bobby and Madeleine are joined by Jezebel staff writer Stassa Edwards to discuss her lengthy research into the long-running and largely unscientific obsession Gwyneth Paltrow and her lifestyle brand, Goop, have with the nebulous concept of “wellness.” Edwards talks about Paltrow’s favorite “experts” (you know, the ones who tell you to walk barefoot and that airplanes give you cancer), the romanticization of Eastern medicine, and why you should probably never stick a jade egg up your vagina.



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