Gwyneth Paltrow’s Coronavirus Remedies Have Been Shot Down By The Medical Director Of The NHS

February 25, 2021 / Posted by:

If you enjoyed “Gynecologist Begs You To Not Listen To Gwyneth Paltrow’s About Putting Jade Eggs In Your Vagina” then you’ll absolutely adore “NHS Tells You To Not Listen To Gwyneth Paltrow About Coronavirus Remedies.” Once again Gwyneth Paltrow has been called out by actual medical professionals for pushing ridiculous shit in the name of wellness.

The Guardian says that National Health Service’s medical director, Professor Stephen Powis, has pleaded with Goopy to stop pushing misinformation, specifically the diet and regimen she put herself on to deal with COVID-19’s long-lasting effects. Gwyneth recently mentioned in a Goop post that she had coronavirus early on in the pandemic and it left her with “long-tail fatigue and brain fog.” In that Goop post, Gwyneth used coronavirus to make money by listing all the expensive products you can buy to deal with its symptoms. She also included all her tips for dealing with such ailments. Such tips included her “keto and plant-based” diet, fasting until 11 am every day, “lots of coconut aminos,” sugar-free kombucha, kimchi, supplements, and an “incredible herbal nonalcoholic cocktail” called Seedlip. Oh, and she also did an “infrared sauna as often as I can, all in service of healing.”

Well, surprise, surprise, Professor Powis thinks Goopy’s remedies are bunk when it comes to treating COVID-19 symptoms:

However, her unproven advice prompted a stern rebuke from Prof Stephen Powis, national medical director for NHS England, who urged influencers such as Paltrow against spreading misinformation.

He said: “In the last few days I see Gwyneth Paltrow is unfortunately suffering from the effects of Covid. We wish her well, but some of the solutions she’s recommending are really not the solutions we’d recommend in the NHS

Powis added: “We need to take long Covid seriously and apply serious science. All influencers who use social media have a duty of responsibility and a duty of care around that.

“Like the virus, misinformation carries across borders and it mutates and it evolves. So I think YouTube and other social media platforms have a real responsibility and opportunity here.”

He called her an “influencer!” LMAO! You know that’s gonna piss her off. I don’t know… sure Stephen is a professor working for a nationwide medical organization whose entire job is to facilitate the medical well-being of every citizen in a country, but on the other hand, Gwyneth Paltrow invented face masks. Hmmm, I’m torn here on who to listen to.


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