While we inherently spend a lot of our reading time online, we’re huge book fans. And some content simply merits a book cover. At the end of 2015, we launched a book imprint (i.e., a small publishing arm) because we wanted to share the perspectives of
the incredible minds—doctors, authors, researchers, gurus—we’ve come to know in our pursuit of all things health, beauty, and wellness. The imprint, goop press, is very much a partnership with Grand Central Life & Style and Hachette Books, who have
published GP’s cookbooks since the beginning.
What you’ll find from goop press: a couple of cookbooks by GP, a few titles by select authors from our family of experts, and a few more books by the goop editorial team about what matters most to us.
NEW FROM GP
The Postnatal Depletion Cure: A Complete Guide to Rebuilding Your Health and Reclaiming Your Energy for Mothers of Newborns, Toddlers, and Young Children
The moms at goop HQ are particularly excited about Dr. Serrallach’s debut book. (His postnatal depletion article, about women’s health post-pregnancy and beyond, remains one of the most shared stories on goop.) Written with Serrallach’s trademark compassion, The Postnatal Depletion Cure is the first book to really address the nutrient depletion, exhaustion, and mental and emotional shifts that can affect women up to a decade after giving birth. Drawing on his expertise as an integrative family practitioner and years spent studying postnatal depletion (a term he coined), it’s filled with protocols to help new and not-so-new moms get back on their feet. It’s essential advice for restoring your energy, replenishing your body, and best of all, feeling most like yourself again.
The Sex Issue: Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Know about Sexuality, Seduction, and Desire
The Sex Issue is an informative, revelatory read that gets at everything we’ve always wondered about sex and relationships. goop editors introduce the experts they rely on, and dive into Q&A’s on the ins and outs of sexual health, pleasure, and ways to evolve the conversations we have with ourselves, our partners, and one another. Throughout the book, you’ll find goopasutra-style takes on the reality of experiences ranging from plain vanilla to ménage à trois, plus personal anecdotes from the goop team.
The Food Therapist: Break Bad Habits, Eat with Intention,
and Indulge Without Worry
The first book by registered dietitian and goop’s resident nutrition expert Shira Lenchewski, The Food Therapist is a refreshingly practical, relatable, and even fun read for fixing your relationship with food—forever. So many of us aspire and intend to eat healthy but find ourselves making hasty food choices in the moment because we’re time-strapped or mid-craving or falling back on old habits. To follow through with our good intentions, Lenchewski shows that we need to first examine our relationship with food. She breaks down the root causes of emotional hang-ups around food and gives us the tools to plan ahead, make our desired choices, tune in to feelings of satisfaction, and say goodbye to guilt. With a food plan and healthy, delicious recipes, Lenchewski makes it all as simple as possible.
The Clarity Cleanse: 12 Steps to Finding Renewed Energy, Spiritual Fulfillment, and Emotional Healing
From OG goop contributor Habib Sadeghi, DO, comes a personalized, twelve-step approach to clearing out all the mental clutter and BS so that you can focus on living the life you really want—and be happier doing it. Over the course of a ninety-day adventure, Sadeghi shows how to cleanse the body and mind, guiding you on the most effective ways to create intention, purge negative emotions, practice self-compassion, and move beyond doubt and fear. Plus, he shares his tailored diet and recipes. This is a book for all of us looking for greater clarity—whether in our relationships, career, or health—and a way forward toward positive, lasting change.
Goop Clean Beauty
From eating clean to getting good sleep and glowing skin, Goop Clean Beauty is the ultimate guide to the goop lifestyle. You’ll find our favorite detox hacks, staff-obsession workouts, advice on how to age gracefully, and go-to recipes. You’ll also get our ultimate clear-skin routines, hair and makeup how-tos modeled by goop staffers, and advice from the best experts in health, wellness, fitness, food, and beauty.
It’s All Easy: Delicious Weekday Recipes for the Super-Busy Home Cook
GP’s third cookbook, It’s All Easy, which she cowrote with food editor Thea Baumann, was the first book published under the goop press name. It includes many of our favorite all-time recipes, tailored to the busy home cook (and those of us who are more reluctant to get into the kitchen). While some of the recipes are blessedly simple, all are incredibly thoughtful and delicious; GP and Thea made sure every ingredient and step in the book counted. The resulting dishes—from the carbonara to the chicken enchiladas, on-the-go salads, breakfast bowls, and chocolate banana milkshake—are insanely good.
ALSO BY GP
It’s All Good: Delicious, Easy Recipes That Will Make You Look Good and Feel Great
GP’s second cookbook includes 185 delicious, easy recipes that followed her doctor’s guidelines for a reenergizing elimination diet after a particularly stressful season. It’s All Good shares the go-to dishes that have become the baseline for the restorative diet GP turns to whenever she feels she needs it. Recipes include Huevos Rancheros, Hummus Tartine with Scallion-Mint Pesto, Salmon Burgers with Pickled Ginger, and even Power Brownies and Banana “Ice Cream.”
My Father’s Daughter: Delicious, Easy Recipes Celebrating Family & Togetherness
The first of her three bestselling cookbooks, My Father’s Daughter is an ode to GP’s time spent in the kitchen, developing a love for cooking with her dad, Bruce Paltrow. The recipes cover everything from breakfasts to pastas to main dishes to desserts, with soups, salads, and sides included for good measure. In addition to an easy-to-use recipe key (make-ahead, vegetarian, one-pot, etc.) and helpful tips of the trade, the focus is on the importance of family—honoring tradition, sit-down meals, and passing on an appreciation for a home-cooked meal to kids.