NASA calls Gwyneth Paltrow’s ridiculous bio-frequency healing stickers exactly what they are: ridiculous
- Actress Gwyneth Paltrow’s “Goop” lifestyle brand has no problem hawking products with sensationalized marketing claims.
- In fact, a short list would probably include $66 jade eggs meant for shoving up vaginas or smoothie “sex dust” made of “vanilla mushroom protein powder,” cordyceps caterpillar fungi and other odd ingredients.
- But now, a NASA scientist is criticizing Paltrow’s “body vibes” stickers, which claim to use “NASA space suit material” to “rebalance the energy frequency in our bodies.”
alleged that the stickers are made with “the same conductive carbon
material NASA uses to line space suits.” That sounds really impressive,
except for the fact that it’s probably not true.
- A NASA representative
that they “do not have any conductive carbon material” lining their
astronaut spacesuits, and if they did, such material wouldn’t be used to
monitor human vital signs like Goop claims. Read more (6/23/17)