Gwyneth Paltrow dares with almost everything on his Goop lifestyle page. The last thing has been to determine what is the "lightest weight you can live with". A dangerous recommendation that has outraged scientists. Cambridge University's councils have described advice as "irresponsible.
Paltrow has been criticized by diet experts after the actress' website recommended readers to try to reach their "slimmer weight to live". Scientists believe the paper sends a dangerous message that glorifies "thinness" and encourages eating disorders such as anorexia.
The article, titled Myths of the Revitalizing Diet and with the motto "supported by science," presents an interview with the American psychologist, Dr. Traci Mann, in which she says that people should try to be at the lower end of her " established range." But Cambridge University scientist Dr Giles Yeo argues that the advice of being at the "low end" is confusing and irresponsible, and he believes he suggests that people should be "as skinny as possible" without dying.See this post on Instagram
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The healthy lifestyle was the basis of Goop, the actress' company, a business that moves more than 3.7 billion euros a year according to data from the economic magazine. But Paltrow has gone much further and, in 10 years, the newsletter in which he shared his recommendations has been transformed into a huge business that includes fashion lines, cosmetics, fragrances, decoration, books... So much activity has not been without controversy and on many occasions its products and recommendations have been criticized by experts who have questioned its effectiveness or even warned against them.
The actress' page, for example, suggests controversial sexual practices — she has recommended women sleeping with jade eggs inside the vagina and sitting on a pot with hot water and herbs as a method to cleanse the uterus — and other tips criticized for experts, such as beauty treatments with bee venom or gluten-free menus for non-celiacs. The greater the scandal, the more the number of visits — about 2.5 million a month and mostly women. Paltrow argues that no absolute truths are presented, and downplay criticism. "We only ask interesting questions to unconventional sources.
Their followers, known as goopies, are able to spend between 427 and 3,800 euros to attend a meeting with the actress.