Netflix declined to comment on the content of the new show
Experts in medicine and related fields has not approved the decision of Netflix to stream the show Gwyneth Paltrow on physical and mental health. This writes the Daily Beast, referring to the comments of doctors and scientists left in social networks.
Previously, the company was fined Goop 145 thousand dollars and demanded to stop spreading false information. Among the products with the questionable reputation that the brand has been actively promoting, including the stones, charged personal shaman Gwyneth ($85), balls of jade or amethyst ($66), designed to strengthen the vaginal wall, and finally, decals from “material ispolzuetsa NASA” ($125) required to “balance the energy vibrations of our body.”
Professor, University of Alberta Timothy Caulfield has stated that he is upset that the pseudoscience will promote such an information giant like Netflix. “I don’t think this program will have something in common with scientific facts.”
Associate Professor, University of California, Xeno Rasmusson noted that on the one hand, Goop encourages people to lead a healthy lifestyle and pay attention to your habits and diet. But at the same time, the brand sells a variety of products, the effectiveness and even the safety of the application of which is not proven.
While Netflix refused to comment about the content of the series and whether the information supplied to undergo peer review.
Recall that the premiere of the documentary project, Gwyneth Paltrow and her Goop brand will be on Netflix this fall. It will consist of several half-hour episodes, with commentary by experts, doctors and researchers.
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