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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.

Latest Episodes

How to Solve Problems Before They Happen

We celebrate the heroes who save the day, but what about all the people who keep the day from needing to be saved? In his new book,Upstream,New York Times–bestselling author Dan Heath teaches us ways to prevent and fix problems before they become problems. And in this conversation with Elise Loehnen, he tells us about times when upstream thinkinghassolved issues ranging from homelessness to poor graduation rates to mundane marital arguments. They examine how little tweaks in a big system can create massive change and why personalizing a systemic problem can make it more manageable.“We adapt to things so easily that we often adapt to problems that we never had to endure in the first place,” says Heath. But with more upstream thinking, we can save our endurance. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

49 MIN1 d ago
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How to Solve Problems Before They Happen

SPECIAL EPISODE: Ways to Ground Yourself in Uncertain Times

PsychiatristJudsonBrewer, MD, describes anxiety as a form of uncertainty. How do we bring some certainty to our lives when our world feels out of control?Brewersays that becoming aware of our physiological needs—are we hungry, thirsty, tired?—can help us feel more secure. Being conscious about how we consume news can also help. Grounding techniques—try focusing your feet—can ease panic. Going for a walk is good,but instead of making it mindless,Brewer suggests changing your pace to match what your body needs. Host Elise Loehnen also asksBrewer how we can support friends in distress during the COVID-19 pandemic without becoming more distressed ourselves. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

32 MIN2 d ago
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SPECIAL EPISODE: Ways to Ground Yourself in Uncertain Times

Taking Collective Responsibility for Fixing Climate Change

“Climate change is a justice issue,” says journalist Tatiana Schlossberg, author ofInconspicuous Consumption. At In goop Health, Schlossberg sat down with Elise Loehnen to talk about how we can let go of individual guilt around climate change and move toward collective responsibility and meaningful change. She begins by taking some pressure off of consumers and illuminating the role companies do, should, and could play (for example,looking at just how much water is used to make a single pair of jeans). Schlossberg points out the brands and policies already making a positive difference and the large-scale shifts she still wants to see, such as stopping fossil fuel subsidies, the deforestation of Alaska, and drilling for oil and gas on public lands. On a more personal level, Schlossberg outlines ways to vote, advocate, shop, and eat that allow us to be part of the solution—without needing to be perfect.(For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

42 MIN3 d ago
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Taking Collective Responsibility for Fixing Climate Change

SPECIAL EPISODE: What Happens during Prolonged Stress

“The reality is challenging, and then,of course, our fears about what might happen magnify immensely the actual situation,”says psychiatrist James Gordon, MD,author ofThe Transformation. Gordon returns to The goop Podcast to offer strategies that can help us during periods of prolonged stress: We learn how the amygdala and vagus nerve react to anxiety and how to ease it. Because stress can impact our digestive system, Gordon outlines mindful eating habits. He recommends certain supplements (like daily probiotics, vitamin D3, and omega-3 fatty acids) to help us maintain balance. He takesus through soft-belly breathinganda short meditation, andheexplains other ways to release deep emotional tension through movement (shaking, dancing, chanting). Also helpful: laughter. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

48 MIN1 w ago
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SPECIAL EPISODE: What Happens during Prolonged Stress

SPECIAL EPISODE: Reducing Anxiety for Kids

Family counselor, school consultant, and educatorKimJohnPayneshares tips, guidelines, and resources to help parents and children adjust to this new normal. Kids feel safe, saysPayne, when they sense their parents are in charge—even,and perhapsespecially,in uncertain moments. Start smallish, suggestsPayne: Declutteryourhome. Remove obvious triggers. Creating a calming environment can reduce feelings of disorientation, saysPayne, which he believesareat the root ofso-called misbehavior. For kids who are currently out of school,Paynesays,it’s important to set up rhythms and rituals at home that mimic the structure they’re used to. But also: Be easy on yourself. Embrace boredom. It’s a doorway to deep creativity. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

47 MIN1 w ago
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SPECIAL EPISODE: Reducing Anxiety for Kids

Stepping Out of Privilege

“We need people who are willing to turn within and see: How am I part of the problem?”says global activistLaylaSaad. TheNew York Times–bestselling author ofMe and White Supremacyhas become known for helping people examine—and talk about—the ways we unconsciously uphold racism. White supremacy may not be something you’vechosen, saysSaad, but it’s in the water, and it’s conditioned all of us in myriad ways. The critical inner work thatSaadinspires can be difficult and messy,but it is so necessary.“The payoff is that you get to live out your values,” saysSaad. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

48 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Stepping Out of Privilege

SPECIAL EPISODE: Navigating the COVID-19 Pandemic

“Our relationships are the foundations on which we build everything else,” says Vivek Murthy, MD. And when they’re strong, he believes there’s nothing we can’t face together. The formersurgeongeneral of the United States joins Elise Loehnen from the frontlines oftheCOVID-19pandemicto share what we need to prioritize right now. He outlines the three things hospital systemsrequireto function well (space, equipment, and people) and how to best support them. He traces the expected impact the coronavirus pandemic will have on adults, children, and the economy. He explains the importance of testing and how it guides our public health efforts. And he also shares a few moving stories that remind us of ways we can be present, connect, and show up for others who need help. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

45 MIN2 w ago
Comments
SPECIAL EPISODE: Navigating the COVID-19 Pandemic

Gwyneth Paltrow x Jhené Aiko: What We Turn To in Times of Grief

“We don’t deal with grief enough,” says Jhené Aiko. Today, the LA-born-and-raised singer and songwriter plays GP new tracks from her albumChilombo(which she translates roughly to “wild beast”).They talk about the ways sound healing—specifically, singing bowls—have aided in Aiko’s grieving process. And how we can find different ways tomake space for our emotions and move through trauma.Aikotells GP how she’s learning to live as herself, fully. “I’ve always been a little wild,” says Aiko.WhenmakingChilombo, she wanted to be unafraid to express all parts of herself—confidence, grace, a peacefulness, and a wildness, too. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

46 MIN2 w ago
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Gwyneth Paltrow x Jhené Aiko: What We Turn To in Times of Grief

SPECIAL EPISODE: The Power of a Balanced Immune System

In this special episode, PulitzerPrize–winning journalist Matt Richtel highlights what he learned about the immune system while researching his latest book,An Elegant Defense. Host Elise Loehnen asks him how these lessons apply to us today as we try to slow the spread of the coronavirus and stay healthy. Our immune system, says Richtel, doesn’t need a boost as much as it needs balance. “Stress, sleep, and nutrition are the three ways we best understand to keep our immune system in balance,” says Richtel. Listening to him made us feel a little less stressed and convinced us that staying present right now and using tools (like, say, a daily meditation practice) could help pull us through this time. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

39 MIN2 w ago
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SPECIAL EPISODE: The Power of a Balanced Immune System

Getting the Apology You Need

The Vagina Monologuesauthor and playwrightEveEnslerjoins Elise Loehnen to share her heartbreaking, honest, and hopeful story of healing her personal trauma.Enslerwrote her new book,The Apology, as a letter from the perspective of her late father, who sexually and physically abused her throughout her childhood. She describes her deeply transformative writing experience, how it felt like she was channeling, and why she believes the imagination is sometimes more accurate than anything else. She talks about how our culture would change if we received the apologies we were owed and how we all carry some kind of wound. Facing our trauma,Enslersays, is worth it,because on the other sidearethe love, the pleasure, the freedom we deserve. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

36 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Getting the Apology You Need

Latest Episodes

How to Solve Problems Before They Happen

We celebrate the heroes who save the day, but what about all the people who keep the day from needing to be saved? In his new book,Upstream,New York Times–bestselling author Dan Heath teaches us ways to prevent and fix problems before they become problems. And in this conversation with Elise Loehnen, he tells us about times when upstream thinkinghassolved issues ranging from homelessness to poor graduation rates to mundane marital arguments. They examine how little tweaks in a big system can create massive change and why personalizing a systemic problem can make it more manageable.“We adapt to things so easily that we often adapt to problems that we never had to endure in the first place,” says Heath. But with more upstream thinking, we can save our endurance. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

49 MIN1 d ago
Comments
How to Solve Problems Before They Happen

SPECIAL EPISODE: Ways to Ground Yourself in Uncertain Times

PsychiatristJudsonBrewer, MD, describes anxiety as a form of uncertainty. How do we bring some certainty to our lives when our world feels out of control?Brewersays that becoming aware of our physiological needs—are we hungry, thirsty, tired?—can help us feel more secure. Being conscious about how we consume news can also help. Grounding techniques—try focusing your feet—can ease panic. Going for a walk is good,but instead of making it mindless,Brewer suggests changing your pace to match what your body needs. Host Elise Loehnen also asksBrewer how we can support friends in distress during the COVID-19 pandemic without becoming more distressed ourselves. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

32 MIN2 d ago
Comments
SPECIAL EPISODE: Ways to Ground Yourself in Uncertain Times

Taking Collective Responsibility for Fixing Climate Change

“Climate change is a justice issue,” says journalist Tatiana Schlossberg, author ofInconspicuous Consumption. At In goop Health, Schlossberg sat down with Elise Loehnen to talk about how we can let go of individual guilt around climate change and move toward collective responsibility and meaningful change. She begins by taking some pressure off of consumers and illuminating the role companies do, should, and could play (for example,looking at just how much water is used to make a single pair of jeans). Schlossberg points out the brands and policies already making a positive difference and the large-scale shifts she still wants to see, such as stopping fossil fuel subsidies, the deforestation of Alaska, and drilling for oil and gas on public lands. On a more personal level, Schlossberg outlines ways to vote, advocate, shop, and eat that allow us to be part of the solution—without needing to be perfect.(For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

42 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Taking Collective Responsibility for Fixing Climate Change

SPECIAL EPISODE: What Happens during Prolonged Stress

“The reality is challenging, and then,of course, our fears about what might happen magnify immensely the actual situation,”says psychiatrist James Gordon, MD,author ofThe Transformation. Gordon returns to The goop Podcast to offer strategies that can help us during periods of prolonged stress: We learn how the amygdala and vagus nerve react to anxiety and how to ease it. Because stress can impact our digestive system, Gordon outlines mindful eating habits. He recommends certain supplements (like daily probiotics, vitamin D3, and omega-3 fatty acids) to help us maintain balance. He takesus through soft-belly breathinganda short meditation, andheexplains other ways to release deep emotional tension through movement (shaking, dancing, chanting). Also helpful: laughter. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

48 MIN1 w ago
Comments
SPECIAL EPISODE: What Happens during Prolonged Stress

SPECIAL EPISODE: Reducing Anxiety for Kids

Family counselor, school consultant, and educatorKimJohnPayneshares tips, guidelines, and resources to help parents and children adjust to this new normal. Kids feel safe, saysPayne, when they sense their parents are in charge—even,and perhapsespecially,in uncertain moments. Start smallish, suggestsPayne: Declutteryourhome. Remove obvious triggers. Creating a calming environment can reduce feelings of disorientation, saysPayne, which he believesareat the root ofso-called misbehavior. For kids who are currently out of school,Paynesays,it’s important to set up rhythms and rituals at home that mimic the structure they’re used to. But also: Be easy on yourself. Embrace boredom. It’s a doorway to deep creativity. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

47 MIN1 w ago
Comments
SPECIAL EPISODE: Reducing Anxiety for Kids

Stepping Out of Privilege

“We need people who are willing to turn within and see: How am I part of the problem?”says global activistLaylaSaad. TheNew York Times–bestselling author ofMe and White Supremacyhas become known for helping people examine—and talk about—the ways we unconsciously uphold racism. White supremacy may not be something you’vechosen, saysSaad, but it’s in the water, and it’s conditioned all of us in myriad ways. The critical inner work thatSaadinspires can be difficult and messy,but it is so necessary.“The payoff is that you get to live out your values,” saysSaad. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

48 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Stepping Out of Privilege

SPECIAL EPISODE: Navigating the COVID-19 Pandemic

“Our relationships are the foundations on which we build everything else,” says Vivek Murthy, MD. And when they’re strong, he believes there’s nothing we can’t face together. The formersurgeongeneral of the United States joins Elise Loehnen from the frontlines oftheCOVID-19pandemicto share what we need to prioritize right now. He outlines the three things hospital systemsrequireto function well (space, equipment, and people) and how to best support them. He traces the expected impact the coronavirus pandemic will have on adults, children, and the economy. He explains the importance of testing and how it guides our public health efforts. And he also shares a few moving stories that remind us of ways we can be present, connect, and show up for others who need help. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

45 MIN2 w ago
Comments
SPECIAL EPISODE: Navigating the COVID-19 Pandemic

Gwyneth Paltrow x Jhené Aiko: What We Turn To in Times of Grief

“We don’t deal with grief enough,” says Jhené Aiko. Today, the LA-born-and-raised singer and songwriter plays GP new tracks from her albumChilombo(which she translates roughly to “wild beast”).They talk about the ways sound healing—specifically, singing bowls—have aided in Aiko’s grieving process. And how we can find different ways tomake space for our emotions and move through trauma.Aikotells GP how she’s learning to live as herself, fully. “I’ve always been a little wild,” says Aiko.WhenmakingChilombo, she wanted to be unafraid to express all parts of herself—confidence, grace, a peacefulness, and a wildness, too. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

46 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Gwyneth Paltrow x Jhené Aiko: What We Turn To in Times of Grief

SPECIAL EPISODE: The Power of a Balanced Immune System

In this special episode, PulitzerPrize–winning journalist Matt Richtel highlights what he learned about the immune system while researching his latest book,An Elegant Defense. Host Elise Loehnen asks him how these lessons apply to us today as we try to slow the spread of the coronavirus and stay healthy. Our immune system, says Richtel, doesn’t need a boost as much as it needs balance. “Stress, sleep, and nutrition are the three ways we best understand to keep our immune system in balance,” says Richtel. Listening to him made us feel a little less stressed and convinced us that staying present right now and using tools (like, say, a daily meditation practice) could help pull us through this time. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

39 MIN2 w ago
Comments
SPECIAL EPISODE: The Power of a Balanced Immune System

Getting the Apology You Need

The Vagina Monologuesauthor and playwrightEveEnslerjoins Elise Loehnen to share her heartbreaking, honest, and hopeful story of healing her personal trauma.Enslerwrote her new book,The Apology, as a letter from the perspective of her late father, who sexually and physically abused her throughout her childhood. She describes her deeply transformative writing experience, how it felt like she was channeling, and why she believes the imagination is sometimes more accurate than anything else. She talks about how our culture would change if we received the apologies we were owed and how we all carry some kind of wound. Facing our trauma,Enslersays, is worth it,because on the other sidearethe love, the pleasure, the freedom we deserve. (For more, seeThe goop Podcast hub.)

36 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Getting the Apology You Need

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