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Goop Clean Beauty Hardcover – December 27, 2016
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"A chorus of 'We hear you' and 'Let's be real' will have readers feeling right at home with a book from the brand they trust as a realistic voice for how to put health first while managing modern life's demands."―Booklist
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Launched in the fall of 2008 out of Gwyneth Paltrow's kitchen, GOOP has grown from a weekly e-mail newsletter into a modern lifestyle brand and an indispensable resource for the very best, unbiased experiences, recipes, products, and advice. Lead by Paltrow, GOOP includes a collective of editors who collaborate with a varied group of experts to curate an open-minded, curious approach to health-centric living.
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I read the book and was not disappointed. I loved the fact that there was an emphasis placed on beauty starting within with clean eating. I have already used several detox recipes (miso soup and chicken paillards) and found them to be nourishing and satisfying. I have NOT tackled the recommended detox but I think the guidelines are helpful even if you would like to tweak your diet. The book was well-researched and I enjoyed hearing from experts within the fields of everything from gut bacteria to foam rolling. I have ordered a foam roller and began to incorporate the moves into my routine and I can feel the difference in my body.
To address those people who despise all things Gwyneth Paltrow I will say this: give it a try. I understand people who feel as if she's out of touch with the reality of daily life for most of us; however, you must also realize that her life does NOT mirror ours in socioeconomic status or privilege. As a result, she has access to the best of everything. I don't know about you, but when it comes to finding out about cutting edge beauty, health, travel and nutrition, I want to know what SHE knows. It's like having that cool friend that can get you into all of the best parties. Yes please!! I have found useful products, tips and health information that I have incorporated into my life from the site as well as the guide and I'm NOT wealthy (rich in blessings but not rich). Would I recommend using it as your beauty bible? Probably not, but I would never suggest using any ONE resource for knowledge about a subject (s). There is a wealth of information out there to be had. Do I recommend this as a solid addition to your existing library? Absolutely.
CON: unappetizing and pointless recipes (and I eat pretty clean). Really? Does anyone need another salad or smoothie recipe? Usually I can find at least one thing I would actually cook or make, but not this time. Also, the diet is all about "detoxing," but a lot of the recipes have lots of sugar in the form of honey, dates, and coconut sugar. Hello, craving triggers?
The same health advice you find everywhere turns up: eat clean, do yoga,exercise, stop smoking, drink less, meditate....nothing surprising here.
Lots of 20-something super slim models right from the Free People campaign with flowy hair and puffy lips and floppy hats filling space in the book (in addition to all the useless space for recipes that are unappetizing (steamed fish? anchovies? Kimchee turkey burgers?) or sugary.
PRO: I had almost given up on this book and was about to donate it to the library when, behold!!!!
Some actually pretty damn good advice on natural makeup and sexy hair (if you don't have long hair though forget it).
Somehow, basically every attractive makeup (non-trendy, sexy, natural) idea with fool-proof instructions is included. I also loved the hair looks and instructions. I would venture to say Chapters 11 and 12 make the book worth the money.