GOOP’s misogynistic, mansplaining hit job

I am so glad I came across your article Dr. Gunter. I recently purchased The Plant Paradox and was having doubts with some of Dr. Gundry's claims. I was willing to overlook those doubts based on the fact that Dr. Gundry claimed to be published in Medical Journals, but thanks to your explanation, that is not the case. Two things that had me suspicious about Dr. Gundry's claims are that he is backed by Dr. Oz and he kinda pushes his supplements. Brava for your brave calling out of snake oil salesmen and misogynists when you encounter them.

Dr. Jen Gunter

GOOP and Gwyneth Paltrow have a case of GOOPitis, which according to Dr. Steve Gundry is due to my potty mouthed facts. Or tomato skins. Or something. I find it all very disjointed, inadequately researched, bloated, and mansplainy.

I first saw this GOOP letter thing on the train back from a wonderful day in Manchester visiting with family (I’m over in the U.K. on holiday) when my phone almost blew up with Twitter notifications, partly because GOOP dedicated their first ever fighting words to little old me (apparently I have some gall suggesting women should not listen to second hand health advice from a ghost) and partly because even High Priestess Paltrow herself had descended from her bespoke, wooden vagina steaming throne to tweet about it among the mortals.

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Apparently GOOP thinks I am a “third-party” who critiques them “to leverage that interest and bring attention to” myself. This 

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