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Gwyneth Paltrow, 49, the notoriously disciplined, lithe-limbed founder of the lifestyle brand, must have been tough. Not to mention how the pressure to embody the wellness principles that underpin Goop’s brand philosophy would take its toll on any mortal, especially if you haven’t grown up in Hollywood’s glare as Paltrow has.I can relate to Loehnen’s sentiment.

At my core I am a comfort eater, dining like a teenager for bouts of time in a thinly veiled attempt to soothe and distract from the undulating hormones and responsibilities that plague women in midlife.

Though, if I’m honest “comfort eating” is an oxymoron. Like alcohol, it feels good temporarily but the positive effects are fleeting.When I indulge in salty fried foods, creamy sauces and sugary treats, the end result is far from comfortable.

Bloating and pain ensue, my mood dives, energy levels dip and fine lines, dark circles and puffiness appear out of nowhere. Needless to say, this is no advertisement for a beauty editor whose job it is to report on the answers to youthful, healthy-looking skin.

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