NASA just schooled Gwyneth Paltrow about wellness stickers promoted on her lifestyle blog, Goop.
“Human bodies operate at an ideal energetic frequency, but everyday stresses and anxiety can throw off our internal balance, depleting our energy reserves and weakening our immune systems,” Goop said.
It appeared by Friday morning that Goop had removed the reference to NASA materials from the product description on its website.
Body Vibes, which sells the stickers, still had claims on its site Friday morning that the stickers use “an exclusive material originally developed for NASA.” “This waterproof, carbon fiber compound can hold specific frequency charges that naturally stimulate the human body's receptors,” it said.
The lifestyle and wellness website has been known to offer health advice that doctors have found dubious, such as the special benefits of inserting a jade egg into the vagina.
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