Promoted by company ‘distorted’ her body image
This week, former Goop head of home affairs Elise Loehnen went to Instagram to talk about clearing the culture.
Loehnen, who worked for the company for seven years before leaving in 2020, said in a video that when he left his job at Goop,
He decided to "swear all the cleaning." He explained: "It has to do with diet and prohibition
I feel that I am not in a
healthy relationship with my body. I always try to punish it, to control it.
Much of Goop's business model involves offering diet counseling under the pretext of "benefits,"
and the brand regularly announces detox cleansers that are said to rid your body of unspecified negative buildups.
In his post, Loehnen wrote that after leaving Goop, he had to "reduce his tendency to be critical and punished"