It's All Good by Gwyneth Paltrow

It's All Good

By Gwyneth Paltrow

  • Release Date: 2013-04-02
  • Genre: Health & Fitness
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Description

Gwyneth Paltrow, Academy-Award winning actress and bestselling cookbook author, returns with recipes for the foods she eats when she wants to lose weight, look good, and feel more energetic.

Last spring, after a particularly grueling schedule and lapse of overindulgence, Gwyneth Paltrow was feeling fatigued and faint. A visit to her doctor revealed that she was anemic, vitamin D deficient, and that her stress levels were sky high. He prescribed an elimination diet to clear out her system and help her body heal. But this meant no coffee, no alcohol, no dairy, no eggs, no sugar, no shellfish, no deep-water fish, no wheat, no meat, no soy, nothing processed at all!

An avid foodie, Paltrow was concerned that so many restrictions would make mealtime boring, so, together with Julia Turshen, she compiled a collection of 185 delicious, easy recipes that followed her doctor's guidelines. And it worked! After changing her diet, Paltrow healed totally, felt more energetic and looked great. Now, in IT'S ALL GOOD, she shares the go-to dishes that have become the baseline for the restorative diet she turns to whenever she feels she needs it. Recipes include: Huevos Rancheros, Hummus Tartine with Scallion-Mint Pesto, Salmon Burgers with Pickled Ginger, even Power Brownies, Banana "Ice Cream," and more!

Reviews

  • Prefer paper version

    3
    By arcticyogi
    I have My Father's Daughter which I really like and used quite often (hard cover) and at first glance I think I will like the recipes here too. The problem seems to be in the format used for the book. There is no way to highlight or add notes like I can for other e-books so that is very disappointing as I like to add my own observations about flavours or notes about substitutions. It makes it an awkward book to reference or flip back and forth. Lesson learned, I obviously prefer paper versions of cook books.

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