Gwyneth Paltrow, whose prescriptions for healthy living sometimes raise the ire of health experts, has run afoul of the United Kingdom’s advertising watchdog, over her latest claims about products sold on her Web site Goop.
High-fat, low carb ketogenic-style diets promote rapid weight loss, and may help prevent and manage disease, but a new study of mice found that a keto diet can also trigger type-2 diabetes.
Gwyneth Paltrow jumped into the shower, then jumped in front of the camera, to reveal her night-time skincare routine. But hold onto your hats. The products she uses cost more than $600, largely from her own “Goop” brand and other high-end manufacturers.
Kim Kardashian, sister Khloe and Kourtney and other celebrities, like Gwyneth Paltrow, often push health products or wacky home remedies, but a Northwestern University doctor warns their advice and health fads can be dangerous. Dr Lauren Streicher, an author, associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology and doctor at Northwestern University, hears about the remedies all the time from her patients.
Gwyneth Paltrow is the queen of alternative health therapies, but this time she may have gone too far. She’s advocating a purported ancient Chinese method to increase orgasms that involves inserting a small smooth stone in the vagina. Paltrow is known for her natural beauty. The 44-year-old mother of two shows it off in a new photo spread for the January issue of Elle Spain.Paltrow is known for her natural beauty. The 44-year-old mother of two shows it off in a new photo spread for the January issue of Elle Spain.
Gwyneth Paltrow has been exalted for so long as the epitome of Hollywood and motherhood, she’s become a caricature of herself. But at 44, she’s still a very real deal. Sure, she’s won an Oscar, pals around with Beyoncé and has become a global lifestyle brand. But at the end of the day, she says, it’s all about being yourself, she tells Harper’s Bazaar. If she has any faults at all (and there are few), it’s probably being an over-discloser.