It's that time of year we here at Goop Yourself dread - the annual goop sex issue! This time they wrote a book and published it right in time for Mother's Day for some reason. If you're not throwing up yet, listen to Aggie and Bryan talk about long term relationship sex, casual dating sex, sexual addiction, sex retreats, and dildos and buttplugs galore.
This week goop came out with its "Financial Issue," which is very triggering to both Aggie and Bryan, so the less said about it the better. We try to distract ourselves from our money woes with more Mother's Day gift guides (cbd chocolates and cheap jewelery!), rich kids doing Adderall, dirty rose perfume, BPA plastic scares, and an explosive interview with GP's mother, actress Blythe Danner.
Congratulations to Aggie who has finally finished her month of Whole 30! Congratulations also to Bryan who has read most of Steven Gundry's indefensible "The Plant Paradox" without lighting himself on fire. We discuss both personal journeys before launching into the newsletter. This week's topics include a daffy Mother's Day gift guide for eccentric billionaires, an earnest kids' screentime strategy, a less than sexy Gwyneth margarita video, and updates from Megan, Jean, and Anne. Peace and love.
We join special guest, comedian Heather Jewett, who talks about Whole 30, Eckhart Tolle, and her hilarious new webseries "Healing With Heather." We also discuss Megan's painful accident, Jean's honey obsession, the power of moments, the boredom of inflammation, and Dr. Stephen "Lectin Queen" Gundry, whose soothing voice and unwavering confidence masks the insane theory that plants are trying to kill us. Though Aggie is incredulous, Bryan and Heather are ready to jump on board. Follow Heather at @bimbosummit on twitter!
This week's goop is all about menopause and Aggie really doesn't want to talk about it. So instead we discuss all sorts of morning tonics: rose lattés, bitter cacao coffee substitutes, raw pumpkin smoothies, and of course the omnipresent goopglow. We also cover denim jumpsuits, the GMO conspiracy, and update you on Bryan's Tollé journey and Aggie's Whole 30 transformation.
Before we get into the newsletters we talk all about Beyoncé's face biting incident and how Gwyneth might be involved. Then we discuss medical intuitives, sexy feng shui sheets, Fat Jewish carbonara, foam rollers, Amanda Chantal Bacon's smoothies, weekly grocery lists, and a modern take on the odor masking "pocket full of posies." Plus updates on Aggie's Whole 30 and Bryan's Ekhart Tolle journeys. The mind is a trap!
On this special Sunday pod, Aggie makes a huge diet announcement and Bryan is slightly underwhelmed by his new facewash. We also touch briefly on the (other) Goop podcast's interview with Psychiatrist Catherine Birndorf, M.D. Then we get to the newsletters: Megan likes ashawaghanda, Jean likes foot cream, everyone likes underwater photography and Eckhart Tolle, and nobody likes bad food photography.
How the mighty (podcast) has fallen. The other goop pod follows its epic Oprah episode with a snoozy conversation about the thyroid. Is this the new normal? We fear that it is. Luckily, on OUR pod we talk face yoga, a new improved B vitamin, train commuting in LA, and a sexy Mediterranean diet prescribed by a sexy Mediterranean man. Also, Bryan buys a new face wash and Aggie wants to buy a beach condo!
Well we are officially THE OTHER GOOP PODCAST, congratulations to us? Of course we spend time discussing the big news, breaking down Gwyneth's EPIC interview with Oprah. But newsletters were published too (GP has no idea) so we talk Jean, Megan, Moab, Sedona, room spray, pomegranate soup, cancerous water, and the world's most boring morning routine. You get a podcast, YOU get a podcast, EVERYBODY gets a podcast! Please visit maed.co eventually.
We're savoring our last few days as the most successful and important goop related podcast by talking about what else, gut health. Do you want to save three days worth of bowel movements? We know someone who wants to take a look! We also discuss eye cream, rose water spray, Cuban sandwiches, and how stress affects the old mitochondria. Thank you for downloading our Wellness Research Content!