Gwyneth Paltrow’s Lemonade Stand

Paltrow’s children Apple and Moses sell lemonade and organic cookies

A star-studded lemonade stand.

Gwyneth Paltrow, known for her unapologetic health-nut tendencies, lent a helping hand to children Apple and Moses’ lemonade stand. The kids peddled their fare for $1 for a small, $2 for a large, $1 for a cookie, and a deal of $1.50 for a small lemonade and cookie outside their Pacific Palisades, Calif., home on Monday, Jan. 6.

A hand-crafted sign read: "100% Organic Homemade Lemonade + Cookies. No Sugar Added."

Thanks to the launch of her lifestyle blog Goop, we know more than we ever thought possible to know about Paltrow’s stance on family, cooking, and detoxing.

The New York Daily News reported that at one point, according to the photographer, "Paltrow helped tend to a boy who fell and scraped his knee."

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We don’t think there has ever been a more elitist, upscale (albeit adorable) lemonade stand in all of history. We have to wonder, though, was the stand the kids’ idea or just another Paltrow ploy to remind us of why we should avoid sugar at all costs?