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So I Guess Gwyneth Paltrow Isn't Really Into The Whole Macrobiotic Scene Anymore…

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“I’m not as stringent as I was in the past. I used to do a very strict macrobiotic diet, but then, during my pregnancy, I couldn’t eat brown rice. It made me feel so sick. At first all I wanted was biscuits. It’s worth it to me to do that extra exercise so I can eat what I want and not think about it.”

Gwyneth Paltrow during a recent visit to the The Oprah Winfrey Show about her new exercise regimen and dislike of diets.

[Editor’s note: Hey, whatever works — but does the same philosophy apply to promoting fur?]

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