Gweneth Paltrow gets candid about menopause.
The 50-year-old Goop Founder was asked on her Instagram Story about her approach to perimenopause, which the Mayo Clinic describes as the period when a woman’s body transitions to menopause and begins to feel symptoms such as hot flashes, sleep problems, and mood swings. .
“My approach to perimenopause is really just trying to have good overall health,” the actress replied, pretending to be lying on a bed.
“Very good gut health, sleep, hydration, meditation, all the basic principles of wellness and [be] He is also open to more allopathic interventions,” he continued.
She said women should also be “open to anything” and try what suits them.
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“I think people should really follow their instincts and have solid conversations with their doctor,” he added. “I recently found an integrative and functional OBGYN, so that’s pretty good.”
Last month, Paltrow addressed the backlash over comments she made on her episode. The Art of Being Well Dr. Podcast with Will Cole about his anti-inflammatory diet of bone broth and vegetables.
She told Cole, “I eat dinner early in the evening. I do a good amount of intermittent fasting. I usually have something to eat around 12 o’clock. I eat something in the morning that won’t spike my blood sugar, so drink coffee. But I really like soup for lunch. Most days I have a bone meal at lunch. I drink the water.”
In a Q&A session on her Instagram Story, she broke the record for her eating habits, which many described as “unhealthy,” and said she and her doctor decided on the diet to help her deal with the long-term effects. COVID-19.
The Academy Award winner said, “I’ve had COVID for a long time, and the way it manifests for me is very high levels of inflammation over time. So I’m working with Dr. Cole to really focus on non-inflammatory foods.”
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“So, lots of cooked vegetables, all kinds of protein, healthy carbs to really reduce inflammation. It works really well,” he added. “This is based on my medical results and extensive testing over time.”
The actress said, “That doesn’t mean I eat like this all day every day. And by the way, I eat a lot more than bone broth and veggies. I eat whole meals and also eat a lot of food. whatever I want. You know, eating french fries and stuff. My baseline is It was trying to be really healthy and eating foods that would really calm the system down.”