The Clean Plate: Eat, Reset, Heal
  • The Clean Plate: Eat, Reset, Heal
  • The Clean Plate: Eat, Reset, Heal
  • The Clean Plate: Eat, Reset, Heal
  • The Clean Plate: Eat, Reset, Heal
ISBN: 1538730464
EAN13: 9781538730461
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 8, 2019
Pages: 288
Dimensions: 1" H x 10" L x 8" W
Weight: 1.74 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

Clean lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow shows that delicious food can also heal the body--with 100 food-lover's recipes that can be customized into targeted meal plans and detox programs.

Gwyneth Paltrow stands behind the power of simple, quality food. Her recipes always focus on delicious flavors and clean ingredients--pillars that have launched her cookbooks to bestseller status. Now she's back with her most ambitious cookbook to date: a collection of 100 recipes and customizable meal plans that offer taste, simplicity, and targeted health benefits.

This food-lover's cookbook offers everything from smoothies and soups to bowls, entrees, and desserts, with the ease and flavor that we have come to expect from Gwyneth; With beautiful color photography by Ditte Isager. Highlights include hardworking staples like Turkey Meatball Pho, Sheet Pan Chicken Broccolini, and Butternut Squash Tacos, and sweet treats like Cashew Turmeric Iced Lattes, and Chocolate Chia Pudding.

As if the delicious recipes weren't enough, the second half of the book offers meal plans, detoxes, and cleanses that can be customized to address the reader's specific needs, desired results, and common ailments. Supported by Gwyneth's team of experts and doctors, the book offers specific eating plans to tackle:

  • Adrenal Fatigue: (with Dr. Alejandro Junger)
  • Heart Health (with Dr. Steven Gundry)
  • Candida (with Dr. Amy Myers)
  • Heavy Metal Overload (with Dr. James Novak)
This is sure to be the most exciting cookbook yet, from the biggest name in clean eating.

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   Loved it!
Every single recipe I tried tasted amazing and were all very simple. The Cauliflower, Pea and Turmeric Soccata is now a must in my house!
   Easy, accessible, wonderful recipes
If you care about eating really easily cooked, simple and delicious food, this is the book for you. Most of you will already own the ingredients necessary for all but the most exotic of the recipes in this recipe. However, other reviewers have complained about both the ingredients required to prepare the recipes and the general design of the content. I'm going to say that if you're the kind that likes a bit of space-in-life, on your plate, in your mind-if you appreciate uncluttered and pared-down design, this book will make sense to you. If you're used to fill every moment of your life with distraction and every inch of your plate with food, this book can really help you, to pursue a mindful, spacious life.
   Don't Purchase!!!
Beware the buyers, you must be rich for this or own your own garden. I can not find the ingredients in my area. I have visited many different stores to find them, but no luck. It also has too many pictures of her. I did not buy a magazine. I regret this purchase ''.
   Do NOT buy this “cookbook”.
This book is more of a why '' you should eat clean versus actually giving good, doable recipes for it. I cook a lot and in a clean way. I don 't need a recipe for a frittata or how to pickle cucumbers. GP has clearly a multi-book deal with her publisher and this is a filler. It's beautiful to look at, but a complete waste of $.
I was so excited for a new GP cookbook, because her 3 others are my favorite cookbooks, but after opening it, I could not find a single recipe that was appetizing, cleanse or no cleanse.
   Try her other books instead
I love paltrow's other cookbooks but this is not something that the average person can use.
   Appealing receipes but disappointingly few
I run an organic cleanse that I have delivered each morning to my clients, so that tasty clean food is a serious concern for me. These recipes look good, in many cases unusual, and are un-fussy, which is a hallmark of good cooking craft. The book is beautiful with a handsome feel to it. My one complaint is that there are way too few recipes for the steep price and some of the recipes seem to be fillers, e.g. for chamomile's mint tea?