Gwyneth Paltrow has confessed that, among the many strange things she has done, the most atypical of all is rectal ozone therapy
Gwyneth Paltrow in recent years she has amazed us with her eccentricity: today the actress has unlocked a new level by revealing that the strangest thing she has ever done was undergo therectal ozone therapy. Paltrow spoke about it during an interview with the podcast The Art Of Being Well.
Gwyneth Paltrow has recounted the numerous atypical treatments she has undergone over the years, in the past she revealed that she had a vaginoscopy to clean the uterus with steam and infrared light and that she started a super diet with an intake of only 300 calories per three days. Not to mention the marketing of the candle that smells like her private parts, one of the flagship products of her Goop, a brand that today has a turnover of over 250 million dollars.
Speaking on The Art Of Being Well podcast, the star said the therapy is, in general, to reduce pain or inflammation, increase energy levels, improve metabolism and circulation, boost the immune system, slow down blood aging and fight bacterial infections. “I used ozone therapy, rectally. Can I tell? It’s kind of weird, but it was very helpfulGwyneth Paltrow explained.
The Shakespeare in Love actress also eliminated many foods from her diet, including sugar. “What I’ve given up is dairy, gluten, sugar… a lot of processed foods“, he revealed. Gwyneth admitted that during Apple’s pregnancy, the daughter she shares with Chris Martin, made an exception to this diet “All I wanted was grilled cheese sandwiches and yogurt“.
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“I didn’t think much about wellness until my father was diagnosed with cancer. I began to realize that there must be a connection between what we eat and what we are exposed toPaltrow’s father was diagnosed with throat cancer in 1999.
Bruce Paltrow, Gwyneth Paltrow’s father, died of a respiratory complication at the Forlanini hospital in Rome on October 3, 2002, he was 58 years old.