While we spend a lot of our reading time online, we’re book fans. And some content simply merits a book cover. At the end of 2015, we launched a book imprint because we wanted to share the perspectives of the incredible scientists, healers, and teachers we meet in our pursuit of individual and collective well-being. And at the end of 2020, we were excited to form a new publishing partnership with Rodale Books, a division of Penguin Random House.
Our next goop press book is by the legendary family therapist Terry Real (with a foreword written by the legend Bruce Springsteen). It’s called Us: Getting Past You & Me to Build a More Loving Relationship—and you can preorder it now.
We’ll keep you posted as the imprint grows—we’re excited for books by Jennifer Freed, Maya Feller, and Taz Bhatia—and in the meantime, see more about our books below.
Us: Getting Past You & Me to Build a More Loving Relationship
By Terrence Real | Foreword by Bruce Springsteen
Terry Real has delivered a transformative book about relationships and intimacy. Here is Gwyneth’s quick summary: “Terry Real is a wise, honest, and charming guide. This book is a road map for all of us who seek true intimacy. It is full of relationship tools that can help you transform or deepen the way you connect with and understand your partner. Reading Us will also help you better understand yourself, your trauma and triggers, the patterns you tend to follow, and how you want to show up in the most important relationships in your life. Real’s approach teaches us how to step outside of the culture of individualism and embrace our interconnectedness. We can use it to heal a single relationship and to shift our collective culture.”
By Dr. Will Cole | Foreword by Gwyneth Paltrow
In Intuitive Fasting, Cole presents a new approach to understanding your body’s cues and eating for both satisfaction and restoration. He outlines the most effective ways to fast and which foods to eat when to amplify the benefits of intermittent fasting. He also shares holistic strategies for reducing inflammation, recharging your metabolism, and resetting gut health. His clear four-week program includes meal plans, recipes, daily eating schedules—and plenty of flexibility. This book will not punish or restrict you. Instead, let Cole guide you to connect (or reconnect) to your own body and intuition.SHOP NOW
FROM OUR ORIGINAL IMPRINT
The Power Source
By Lauren Roxburgh
Body alignment expert Lauren Roxburgh believes that physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being begins with unlocking the power of your pelvic floor. In Roxburgh’s experience, this determines how strong our core is, how we handle stress, and how energy reaches the rest of our body. In this simple-to-follow guide, she focuses on five “power centers” that can be harnessed throughout the body: She begins with the pelvic floor and moves to the deep core; upper core; heart and shoulders; head, neck, and jaw. Throughout The Power Source, you’ll find exercises, healing movements, nourishing recipes, stress busters, and more of Roxburgh’s hacks for realigning your body and restoring your energy.SHOP NOW
The Clean Plate
By Gwyneth Paltrow
This is GP’s cleanest cookbook to date and every recipe is a fast favorite. The Clean Plate is a collection of a hundred-plus recipes and week-long meal plans, plus guidance from nutrition experts and doctors. It brings everything to the table—from smoothies, soups, and bowls to comforting entrées, snacks, and desserts. It makes clean eating doable and even fun—and there is no compromise on taste. Ideas of where to start: the Za’atar Chicken Bowl, Kale & Sweet Potato Salad with Miso, and Cashew Turmeric Iced Lattes.SHOP NOW
The Postnatal Depletion Cure
By Dr. Oscar Serrallach
The moms at goop HQ were particularly excited about this debut book from integrative family practitioner Oscar Serrallach. (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 addresses the nutrient depletion, exhaustion, and mental and emotional shifts that can affect women long after giving birth. The book is filled with protocols to help new and not-so-new moms restore their energy, replenish their bodies, and feel like themselves.SHOP NOW
The Sex Issue
From the Editors of goop | Foreword by Gwyneth Paltrow
The Sex Issue is an informative, revelatory read that gets at what 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.SHOP NOW
The Food Therapist
By Shira Barlow, RD
The first book by registered dietitian Shira Barlow, The Food Therapist is a refreshingly practical and relatable read for mending damaged relationships with food. Barlow breaks down the root causes of emotional hang-ups around food and gives tools for planning ahead, making your desired choices, tuning in to feelings of satisfaction, and saying goodbye to guilt. With a food plan and healthy, delicious recipes, she makes it all as simple as possible.
The Clarity Cleanse
By Habib Sadeghi, DO | Foreword by Gwyneth Paltrow
Over the course of a ninety-day adventure, Sadeghi outlines a twelve-step approach to clearing out mental, emotional, and physical clutter—guiding you through ways to create intention, purge negative emotions, practice self-compassion, and move beyond doubt and fear. (He also shares his tailored diet and recipes.) The end goal: greater clarity—whether in your relationships, career, or health.SHOP NOW
Goop Clean Beauty
From the Editors of goop | Foreword by Gwyneth Paltrow
goop Clean Beauty features some of our favorite detox hacks, workouts, recipes, skin-care routines, hair and makeup how-tos—and advice from experts in health, wellness, fitness, food, and beauty.SHOP NOW
It’s All Easy
By Gwyneth Paltrow, with Thea Baumann
GP’s third cookbook includes some of our all-time most-beloved 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; every ingredient and step in the book counts. The resulting dishes—from the carbonara to the chicken enchiladas, on-the-go salads, breakfast bowls, and a chocolate-banana milkshake—are insanely good.SHOP NOW