Gwyneth Paltrow and goop's Chief Content Officer Elise Loehnen chat with leading thinkers, culture changers, and industry disruptors?from doctors to creatives, CEOs to spiritual healers?about shifting old paradigms and starting new conversations.


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Selfishly Thankful

A. J. Jacobs is a journalist and the author of several New York Times bestsellers, in which he does stunts like choosing to follow the bible literally for a year or reading the entire encyclopedia. His new book, Thanks a Thousand, is a survey on gratitude, as A. J. goes on a trip to thank every person involved in producing his morning cup of coffee. In this fun conversation, A. J. and our chief content officer, Elise Loehnen, talk about how gratitude doesn't have to be cheesy and why it might be the simplest route to happiness. (For more, see The goop Podcast hub.)
00:43:26 11/20/2018

Past Episodes

A medical doctor, a naturopathic doctor, and a registered dietitian give us their best advice on gut health in this special episode from In goop Health Vancouver. You'll hear what to steer clear of from functional medicine trailblazer Dr. Alejandro Junger. You'll hear why Dr. Nigma Talib finds the health of our skin and gut?how we look and feel?to be inextricably linked. And nutritionist Karlene Karst shares a way of eating that reminds us to just go easy on ourselves. (For more, see The goop Podcast hub.)
00:45:42 11/19/2018
Model-designer-author Ashley Graham dropped by goop HQ to hang with GP. It was the first time since our inaugural Oprah episode that GP cried on the podcast. But mostly they laughed their way through the conversation. They talked about the experience of being put in a corner or a box, and what it's like breaking out of an industry's confines. Ashley talked about being a body activist, dealing with insecurities, and making space for all kinds of beauty?on magazine covers and out in the world. They also shared relationship challenges, big loves, spirituality practices, and Ashley's wild, beautiful marriage story. (For more, see The goop Podcast hub.)
01:00:51 11/14/2018
Gabrielle Reece is a world-class athlete, model, and the New York Times-bestselling author of My Foot Is Too Big for the Glass Slipper. A former professional beach volleyball player, Reece was Nike's first female spokesperson. She's known, in part, for her thoughtful perspective on strength, beauty, and redefining our relationship to our body. In this special episode, we're sharing a conversation with Reece from In goop Health Vancouver. We talked about navigating self-judgment, doing away with comparisons, why perfectly beautiful isn't the path to happiness, and ways to get stronger with age. For starters, we'll never look at a scale the same way again. (For more, see The goop Podcast hub.)
00:29:05 11/12/2018
Amy Whitaker, author of Art Thinking, is a bit of a unicorn, in that she has both an MBA and an MFA. She has taught business to artists and art to businesspeople, which is why she's sometimes called a business poet. And she makes both the economic world and the creative realm less intimidating and more accessible for us all. Whitaker describes art as a life process: It's not about getting from point A to point B. It's about inventing point B. We asked her for help carving out space for vulnerability and risk and balancing the practical and creative self.(For more, see The goop Podcast hub.) 
00:46:45 11/7/2018
Today's bonus episode is a stress-buster that reminds us of the power and freedom that come with surrendering to what's out of our control. In this conversation straight from In goop Health Vancouver, we talk about the angst and anxiety that so many of us feel right now. Three experts who tackle stress with different sets of tools weigh in: Ellen Vora, MD, is a board-certified psychiatrist who often begins by helping her patients heal the physical body. Jennifer Freed, PhD, is a psychotherapist and psychological astrologer known for helping people find clarity and purpose in their lives. And Andrew Kerklaan, DC, spent two decades as a chiropractor looking at stress and pain in the body before turning to study the potential significance of the endocannabinoid system to our well-being. (For more, see The goop Podcast hub.)
00:39:33 11/5/2018
GP asks pal Julia Roberts all our burning questions: Who is her favorite male costar? What's her outlook on marriage? Parenting philosophy? The moment that changed everything for her? What does she do with her best friends? Does she have a self-care or wellness routine? What's for dinner? And what can she say about her new series, Homecoming?omitting spoilers? (For more, see The goop Podcast hub.)
00:41:52 10/31/2018
DeRay Mckesson?civil rights activist, author of On the Other Side of Freedom, and host of the podcast Pod Save the People?gives us all a reason to feel hopeful. Part of Mckesson's work is rooted in the highest form of make-believe: telling stories about a more just future, a world we haven't seen yet. The next part of this important work is getting people ready to live in that world. Our broken systems, Mckesson reminds us, were made up?and so we can make better ones. For many of us, this requires understanding our privilege and seeing that we can use it now for good. But you can (and should) start small, Mckesson says. And whatever you do, get curious: "Find your thing and fight like hell." (For more, see The goop Podcast hub.)
00:45:26 10/25/2018
British designer and fashion icon Stella McCartney is one of GP's best friends. But there's one thing they haven't spent a lot of time talking about: business. This is where their chat from inside Stella's 23 Old Bond Street shop in London begins. From talking about building a brand, they move to designing for women and all the various elements that make up a woman and the way she feels in her clothes. They talk about believing deeply in a value and also making an effort to not be so passionate about it. They talk about their families, what a real partnership looks like, and the main things they love about the British. (For more, see The goop Podcast hub.)
00:41:48 10/17/2018
00:49:07 10/10/2018
Dr. Maya Shetreat is a New York City-based neurologist and the author of The Dirt Cure. In her practice, she sees children and adults with chronic health issues, gut imbalances, and autoimmune disorders. She believes that the best approach is one that incorporates the physical, emotional, and spiritual. She is an advocate for reconnecting with the earth, trusting the gut, and exploring the idea that science is really a system and language for explaining magic. Listening to Shetreat will make you want to talk about miracles, mysteries, and the power of acknowledging that we will never know everything. (For more, see The goop Podcast hub.)
00:43:45 10/3/2018

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