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Gwyneth Paltrow is an idiot according to doctors

Gwyneth Paltrow has taken to her pedestal again and has proclaimed shampoos and lotions to be carcinogenic. The actress wrote on her Goop.com site that she read research concerning “environmental toxins” found in shampoos and lotion. She goes on to explain that these have been linked to an increase in asthma and cancer in children.

She writes, “Fetuses, infants and toddlers are basically unable to metabolize toxins the way adults are, and we are constantly filling our environment with chemicals that may or may not be safe.”

However, professors such as Hugh Pennington, call her retarded and an uppity bitch in the nicest way possible.

“It does annoy me when celebrities use their position to spout nonsense. They have a perfect right to their views, even if they are loopy, but they do hold a position of influence.”

Other experts at British charity Cancer Research UK have also dismissed Paltrow’s theories, claiming there is no evidence to support her assertion that childhood cancer rates had increased “exponentially.”

Looks like Paltrow will believe anything. You could tell her aliens have invaded Earth and are randomly shooting people with cancer guns and the only way to stop them is to pay them $10 million in US currency. The next day, she’d put up a Paypal donate button on her website with a countdown from $10 million.

[Starpulse]

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Jillian fan
Jillian fan
13 years ago

Gwyneth may or may not be an idiot, but she’s more informed than you on this one: she’s right on the money. Additionally the same products contain parabens which are destructive to the endocrine system, creating estrogens in men. Enjoy your man-boobs and erectile dysfunction.

Tanya
Tanya
13 years ago

She’s right, the scalp absorbs so much and that crap is full of chemicals. Doctors suck anyway, when do they get anything right? They maim and kill more people than they help. If they can’t cut it out, cut it off or burn it, they can’t help. Naturopaths all the way. Stay away from the pill popping avdocats, that are out to keep you medicated for life, so they can get their juicy kickbacks.

Laura
Laura
13 years ago
Reply to  Tanya

so what kind of cleaning solutions should we use on babies & toddlers? not to bathe them?
JUST THINK OF THE CHILDREN!

wrangy Byotch
wrangy Byotch
13 years ago

Why not do what my family has done for many years and only use all natural, organic, environmentally friendly bath products, INCLUDING soap, shampoo, conditioner, even makeup!

beerq
beerq
13 years ago

Yeah, she is right about the lotions and shampoos, but dont think your toothpaste and dishwashing liquid is safe.
But coming from her, endorsing Estee lauder scented lotions and perfumes- some of the dodgiest s**t on the market
And yes you can wash your kids, there are many safe natural alterntives, do you really think you need a multinational corporation to make tubes and bottles full of concoctions for you to be clean? see if you understand more than 10% of whats on the ingredient label.

4AllUTards
4AllUTards
13 years ago

Give me a break. If you pay attention to propaganda spouted by some die-hard environmentalists almost everything causes cancer; hair dryers, cell phones, bottled water, sugar substitutes, deodorants… You name it and it raises the risk. Truth is that people have been shampooing baby hair with Johnson & Johnson for years. I’m not getting ripped off by “Club Green” who charge an arm and a leg for their so-called their “safe” products. Not unless I see some hard proof.

Fed up
Fed up
8 years ago

Im sick to death of being told what to do by overpaid celebrities who make millions to pretend for a living. So now we are at the point where these people believe they are actually qualified to tell us what is harmful. Let me geuss “Im no doctor but Ive played one on TV”.

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