Cristina Cuomo defends bathing in bleach; doctors advise against it

Cristina Cuomo defends bathing in bleach; doctors advise against it

Cristina Cuomo, wife of CNN host Chris Cuomo, wrote in her health newsletter, ’The Purist’ that she used a small amount of bleach while bathing. She said she was following the advice of her doctor, energy medicine and homeopathic physician. However, many doctors advise against trying this and warn in stark terms that it could be dangerous.

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FactCheckerNeil
FactCheckerNeil 0 months

😂😂😂😂😂😂 Y'u can't combat radiation and metals with a bleach bath and the lungs are what oxygenates your system. I find my previous claim true that she'doesn't have a clue.

FactCheckerNeil
FactCheckerNeil 0 months

If she has a homeopathic physician then she obviously doesn't have a clue about medicine. Homeopathic treatments are snake oil, they are nothing but water... http://skepdic.com/homeo.html https://youtu.be/1LFp6ASW0Ao https://youtu.be/dufFEr1GqRY

Jason
Jason 0 months

Whatever makes her feel better. Hope she kicks the COVID-19 and doesnt suffer exposure to other loved ones.

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 0 months

As misguided as this may be, let's not repeat tabloid lies that claim that she tries to treats COVID with this. Her post, and even the summary here, say: "To combat the radiation and metals in my system and oxygenate it."

IIzard
IIzard 0 months

Uhm CNN ??????????????????????????????

Barry
Barry 0 months

Did she just crystals and essential oils correctly as well?

Guard
Guard 0 months

Not defending this at all. But do know a lot of my friends who would out a cap of detol in there baths when younger

AlexJ
AlexJ 0 months

And be sure to put in some ammonia to make some delicious homemade war crimes. :)

Evil Smoo
Evil Smoo 0 months

Russia news source trying to start something here? But yeah, bathing in bleach can't be worth it. Does a person doing something silly negate another person saying something stupid? Is that the implication?

Jon
Jon 0 months

Homeopathic "doctors" are not doctors

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