Gwyneth Paltrow’s Diet Detox: Worth the Money or Another Celeb Paperweight
Paltrow’s Detox Diet has its heart in the right place, but its wallet in another—and what about true detoxification? Can those looking for a detox product for work or for random drug tests count on Paltrow’s diet to deliver?
After cogitating over numerous reviews of Gwyneth Paltrow’s new recipe book and “GOOP” blog, it’s still difficult to determine whether this form of detox and body cleansing is for everyday laypersons.
Paltrow begins with the best of intentions, and surely, if the average consumer could afford ingredients like organic chlorophyll, aloe vera, alkaline water, and pHour salts, the story would be different. But not all people have access to a Whole Foods, great nutrition outlet, farmers markets, or the financial wherewithal to obtain all these goods on a regular basis.
But in terms of its ability to deliver, many suggest Paltrow is on to something, suggesting her “diet,” as it were, is a great way to get health back on track, rejuvenate the body, and begin a commitment on the path of healthy living.
The average wife of a rockstar may not be able to pass a drug test, even after living on a gluten, dairy, and nearly carb-free diet, but as a wife and mother of two, Paltrow is definitely the exception to the rule—an Academy Award winning actress, and well known for her charity work and clean living, Paltrow’s endeavor into the culinary world is getting good reviews, overall.
But no matter how great the results may seem in terms of weight loss, there are other questions that need to be asked about overall health, and how well this type of diet compares to detox products that actually cleanse toxins and harmful drug residues out of the body, and yes, even the hair follicles for those in the throes of trying to pass a hair drug test, even one months away.”
Gwyneth Paltrow’s detox diet calls for blending all but one meal a day—not a very easy task for those who work in offices or who just don’t have the time—or the Vitamix to enjoy the luxury of drinking most of their meals. It’s a great program for those who are completely dedicated to their health and wellness, who have the time and the means to do so, but for those looking for a way to pass a drug test or get a jump start with a detox product, or those who cannot afford to buy organic, raw veggies everyday, the “GOOP” diet will need to be taken with a grain of very expensive sea salt from the most coveted locales.
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