Gwyneth Paltrow is being reprimanded by British health officials for advancing unscientific claims that “long COVIDs” can be treated by fasting, regularly taking infrared saunas and eating lots of kimchi.
The 48-year-old actress recently gave her new advice His site Goop After the reveal he caught COVID-19 “early” and was left with “long-tail fatigue and brain fog”.
He said a “functional medicine practitioner” put him on a “keto and plant-based” diet with kimchi and kombucha – and fasted for at least 11 a.m. each day.
Professor Stephen Powys, National Medical Director of the National Health Service of England, defied the Oscar winner, saying that the affected have “responsibility” to share real science.
“Over the past few days, I have noticed that Gwyneth Paltrow is unfortunately suffering from the effects of COVID. We wish him to be good, but some of the solutions he is suggesting are not really the solutions we would recommend in the NHS Told the BBC
“We need to take long COVIDs seriously and apply critical science. All affected using social media have a duty to care for and around them.
“Like viruses, misinformation crosses boundaries and it mutates and develops. So I think YouTube and other social media platforms have real responsibility and opportunity here.”
Paltrow, who said a test showed that his body “has a high degree of inflammation,” said he would try to enjoy an “infrared sauna as often as I can” in all medical service. is.”
In 2018, Goop agreed to pay a substantial settlement on unproven claims about the health benefits of the infamous vaginal egg that is being sold. It has also been investigated to advance unscientific advice.