Friday, June 27, 2014

rolfing and gwyneth paltrow

ltrow has a massive entourage of herbal healers and pseudo-doctors who mend any of the actress' health grievances at a moment's notice. 
From the print issue of Star Magazine:
"Gwyneth has an army of people looking after her health," says a source revealing that the actress keeps a  battalion of 20 medical care providers on call, including an allergist, blood analyst, naturopath and osteopath  Vicky Vlachonis, whose actual skill set is murky.
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She also has a stress-relief team comprising a meditation teacher, a yoga guru, a Qi Gong expert and not one  but four different massage therapists for cupping, Rolfing, hot stones and shiatsu.
And while Gwyn touts herself as a kitchen all-star, her lithe figure is really due to her four nutritionists, three  personal trainers and "detox advocate" Dr. Alejandro Junger, who puts her on his signature cleanses.
Paltrow often advocates her unscientifically proven medical obsessions on her Goop blog, where she also writes about everything from designer clothes to artisanal bread shops in Paris.
In early June, Paltrow wrote that she is convinced the molecular makeup of water changes if there are too many angry people around it.
"I am fascinated by the growing science behind the energy of consciousness and its effects on matter," Paltrow said, citing Masaru Emoto, a Japanese "doctor" whose entire body of work has been dismissed by everyone in the scientific community.
"I have long had Dr. Emoto's coffee table book on how negativity changes the structure of water," she continued, "how the molecules behave differently depending on the words or music being expressed around it."
Paltrow's musings often draw the ire of the general public, the "mean" comments of which Paltrow recently  compared to being at a war.
"You come across [online comments] about yourself and about your friends, and it's a very dehumanizing thing," Paltrow said. "It's almost like how, in war, you go through this bloody, dehumanizing thing, and then something is defined out of it. My hope is, as we get out of it, we'll reach the next level of conscience."