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If you're already saturated by the onslaught of dairy/sugar/gluten/joy-free recipes that are swilling around the foodie cosmos, you may want to look away now


It looks like we're going to be getting a whole lot more of that, as green-juice-fanatic "conscious uncoupler" pioneer and self-appointed lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow is launching her very own publishing company. 




The next extension of her Goop empire (GP's wellness site, dealing in treats like £2,500 party clutches and sterling advice such as "Nothing happens by accident when your soul gets involved") will be releasing her third cookbook this April. 


Speaking to journalist Katie Couric at the Fast Company Innovation Festival in New York, the actress explained that as well as creating her own material, Goop Press will release three books from experts who contribute to her website. Designed to complement the content already published under the Goop banner, they'll deal in subjects like food, health and self-help. 


"We’re really thrilled because we are starting a book imprint with Grand Central Publishing," the actress said. "They’re great publishers, and so my next cookbook will be the first book on the Goop imprint."


Paltrow's business partner, Lisa Gersh, added: "Books are back. There was this whole fear when ebooks came out that books would just totally disappear. I think it's like any other part of the media business – some people prefer to read a newspaper in the morning and get a little bit of black on their fingers. Some people read it online. I read the real newspaper, my husband reads it online. I think books are the same thing, some people want to read them on their devices and some people want to hold them."


Could 50 New Ways With Spirulina be in the pipeline? Perhaps Raw Veganism: How To Lose Friends And Alienate People? Whatever's next, we just hope it has nothing to do with steam.



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