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It's All Good: Delicious, Easy Recipes That Will Make You Look Good and Feel Great

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

63 out of 69 people found this review helpful.

This is actually a good book. The food in here are all healthy f

This is actually a good book. The food in here are all healthy food recipes that Gwyneth sought approval from both a doctor and a chef. The book also explains why she eats this way and the benefits it provided for her. The recipes may seem weird for those who cannot liv...
This is actually a good book. The food in here are all healthy food recipes that Gwyneth sought approval from both a doctor and a chef. The book also explains why she eats this way and the benefits it provided for her. The recipes may seem weird for those who cannot live without bread, milk, and red meat. Also keep in mind that this is not her first cookbook, and that it was not slapped together as some sort of get rich quick scheme. The negative comments below were just made by someone who hate on any book that is endorsed by a celebrity. The only reason I gave this book a 4 instead of a 5 is because I personally would have enjoyed more pictures of the food.

posted by MandaT29 on April 3, 2013

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8 out of 101 people found this review helpful.

SO sick and tired of celebrities becoming "experts" an

SO sick and tired of celebrities becoming "experts" and writing books when they can't get acting gigs and need to pay the help. If you are lame enough to be impressed with the credentials of an actress as authority, then you will love this book. I picked it ...
SO sick and tired of celebrities becoming "experts" and writing books when they can't get acting gigs and need to pay the help. If you are lame enough to be impressed with the credentials of an actress as authority, then you will love this book. I picked it up and put it down. Recycled garbage. What's next? The Kardashian Kancer Kure????

posted by 1981186 on April 3, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2013

    This is actually a good book. The food in here are all healthy f

    This is actually a good book. The food in here are all healthy food recipes that Gwyneth sought approval from both a doctor and a chef. The book also explains why she eats this way and the benefits it provided for her. The recipes may seem weird for those who cannot live without bread, milk, and red meat. Also keep in mind that this is not her first cookbook, and that it was not slapped together as some sort of get rich quick scheme. The negative comments below were just made by someone who hate on any book that is endorsed by a celebrity. The only reason I gave this book a 4 instead of a 5 is because I personally would have enjoyed more pictures of the food.

    63 out of 69 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 21, 2013

    It's surprisingly a really good reference for beautiful 'clean'

    It's surprisingly a really good reference for beautiful 'clean' eating. Not for everyone, but it should be on some level. It is a well done cook book with fantastic recipes.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 23, 2013

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    Great recipes, some helpful pictures

    Overall, this is a great cookbook for clean eating; as they mention, it is compatible with many popular eating habits like clean gut, eat right for your blood type, and others. There is wonderful variety in the recipes, all of which stress "great ingredients" as key; unfortunately, they do not make recommendations for those who don't live near a Whole Foods Market or in urban cities where all-things-fresh tend to be ubiquitous. So for example, those who live in smaller cities or areas of a country not near a really good market (like Whole Foods) or a fresh fish source, well you're left to your own devices on finding those "great ingredients". The recipes contain no sugar but do have natural sugar in form of fruits, natural syrups or nectars and juices, albeit sparingly.

    While I like the style of the accompanying photography, I could have done without the large, full-page or double-page spread photos of Ms. Paltrow or a simple ingredient or two. I really prefer large color photos of as many completed dishes as possible, leaving a few "cameo appearances" or smaller, inset pics for the authors/ingredients/food prep or dining, etc.

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