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Funny story: Gwyneth rapped for selling detox diet kit on her website

Gwyneth rapped for selling detox diet kit on her website

Gwyneth Apple has been rapped for promoting a 21-day 'detox' diet. The actress, 39, is selling the £275 'Cleanse' kit on her website Goof. It involves eating one low-calorie meal a day, two protein shakes and vitamins. 'LESS BLOATED' One mug...
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Funny story: Teaching Hospitals open wards in order to study detoxing 'News of the World' readers

Teaching Hospitals open wards in order to study detoxing 'News of the World' readers

A number of Teaching Hospitals have opened wards for the sole purpose of admitting and performing scientific studies on former News of the World readers who are not coping at all well with the closing down of their favourite newspaper. A Professor...
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Funny story: Fat Duck restaurateur accuses Charles of detox quackery

Fat Duck restaurateur accuses Charles of detox quackery

Berkshire - (Toxic Ass Mess): Triple Michelin-starred Fat Duck restaurateur Heston Services Blue-Mental has accused Prince Charles' Duchy Originals range of detox remedies of outright quackery. The complaint follows the closure of the Berkshire ea...
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