The main thing is expensive
on 03/18/2016 | 10:42
It’s not the first time that Gwyneth Paltrow has shook her head with her diet and beauty advice – her latest advice couldn’t be more bizarre or expensive. A good pinch of “moondust” should prepare the body for all the challenges of daily life. Real advice or just make money?
Gwyneth Paltrow and delicious food: these are two themes that can no longer be separated. With her book “It’s All Good” three years ago, the Hollywood diva moved the mind, because the recipes she presented were more reminiscent of a starvation diet than a balanced diet. Added to this was the enormous financial outlay, because the menus, snacks and shakes that the mother of two prepares every day are beyond the pocket of a normal Otto consumer.
And as if the money-wasting lifestyle of 43-year-olds wasn’t problematic enough, even their children have to follow a strict diet. Carbohydrates are taboo for Apple and Moses: pizza, pasta, and burgers are reserved for their friends. After all the harsh criticism that was poured out on Geyneth Paltrow for this, her latest insider tip should also be struggling to gain approval from her fans. The blonde’s favorite recipes are regularly featured on the “Goop” portal; more recently, also their “Morning Smoothie”, which consists of very special ingredients, including “moon dust”!
Is Gwyneth Paltrow after the money?
Well, it’s not real moondust, but the price might suggest it! Up to $ 65 is required for preparation made from, for example, Gogi, berry grapes, and stevia. Plus, there’s coconut oil, almond milk, and a mysterious vanilla-mushroom mix, which raises the price of Gwyneth Paltrow’s shake even more – all the ingredients cost around $ 200, making this drink more likely to provoke worry lines on the face than on them. soft.
Is it really necessary to spend a fortune on groceries just to eat healthy? No! Gwyneth Paltrow swears by her recipes, but no one really needs “moondust” – the vegetables, fruits, and good fats from the supermarket, too.
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