the goop lab with Gwyneth Paltrow is a six-episode series, guiding the deeply inquisitive viewer in an exploration of boundary-pushing wellness topics, including: psychedelics, cold therapy, female pleasure, anti-aging, energy healing and psychics. The goop lab launches on Netflix January 24, 2020.

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  1. i guess it's true what they say: Netflix will give anyone a show, even if they are bat shit insane.
    and i'm not saying psychological care and all that stuff isn't real, but don't make a series of fake shit and scam people to believe it and say "yes! this is real!".
    this is dumb!

  2. The one thing that’s really striking other than the fact that nothing substantial comes out from watching these episodes (except that LA people live up to their superficial reputations) is how most of the people in them look like aspiring actors. They’re all so groomed it’s hard to relate to in a way for non American watchers.
    Most of the stuff doesn’t seem misleading as much as it feels irrelevant.
    The cleanse that makes you one or two biological years younger, the psychic who foresees a trip to Mexico on a person who lives in LA, the hallucinogenic drugs that make you hallucinate… what? So fluffy really and pretentious. Something about the series reminds me of those Bon Appétit cooking videos. Posing like experts but without real knowledge or soul.

  3. hey, so I watched the first 3 episodes of the show. And I don't quite understand why there are so many people who hate it. Personally I started watching the show thinking to myself, it's just people testing unconventional practices and giving their opinion. I agree that there is clearly not enough critical aspect to every practice, but the series is still interesting, it gives us a different approach than conventional medicine. The "Jamaica trip," or the episode about female sexuality was still very interesting. Of course you always have to keep this critical aspect of ; they get paid to sell a bit of all this but, it is for some people the discovery of new practice and I find that very interesting. So why so much hatred?

  4. I can’t believe it’s already 2021 and this woman is still living under a rock. Women are not sex objects! She’s playing with the minds of young beautiful ladies around the world who deserve to be treated respectfully. Having a baby is a miracle in itself. This is the law of God. Please cancel Goop!

  5. Are you reading the comments trying to decide? Well, I just finished watching this series and I binge watched it all day long. There's the 1st episode I didn't like but aside that, they're all unique and interesting. Think how Joe Rogan has people he interviews from a wide range of perspectives and areas of expertise – this is that but tv form. Her and her right-hand woman interview different people and her staff tests out some of the theories and shares their experiences. I'm not a Gwen fan, I don't buy her company's stuff, but this series was really good. It introduced me to Wim Hof- he holds I think 26 world records? You won't agree with every episode because they're all different topics and people but you will learn about things. So if you want some entertainment, to be introduced to some new ideas, and watch something a bit different, I think this is it. There are a few things that you won't agree with, like me, but you might find something/someone you really like after watching this series (me with Wim Hof lol).

  6. Why would Netflix want to promote the crazy ideas of a crazy woman? Oh yeah, to scam lots of money from gullible men and women (mostly women, I would guess) and transfer that money into the pockets of Gwyneth and Netflix.

  7. Honestly, after watching JonTron's video about her and this… anyone who falls for this pseudo-science nonsense, let it be, let natural selection takes it's course.

  8. Gwyneth poses as some sort of enlightened modern woman, but all she does with her astonishing wealth is try to get even more money out of people. Charlatans are so numerous these days they don't stand out at all.

  9. Anyways, um… I bought a whole bunch of shungite rocks, do you know what shungite is? Anybody know what shungite is? No, not Suge Knight, I think he's locked up in prison. I'm talkin' shungite. Anyways, it's a two billion year-old like, rock stone that protects against frequencies and unwanted frequencies that may be traveling in the air. That's my story, I bought a whole bunch of stuff. Put 'em around the la casa. Little pyramids, stuff like that.

  10. Just a quick happy little reminder, “The Dark Crystal” got canceled, but this cesspool of exploitation and misinformation still got green-lit


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