Actress turned lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow has penned another cookbook of mouthwatering recipes which are coffee, alcohol, dairy, sugar, shellfish, wheat, meat and soy free.

With help from fellow writer Julia Turshen, Paltrow has come up with 185 recipes - all devoid of these foods.

Blurb from the book, which is set for release in April, describes Paltrow as "an avid foodie" who was left feeling "fatigued and faint" after a "particularly gruelling schedule and lapse of overindulgence."

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Gwyneth Paltrow's cookbook will go on sale in April

After a trip to the doctor, the mother-of-two made the drastic decision to cut out all processed foods, but was concerned the restrictions would make mealtimes "boring".

Hence Paltrow teamed up with Turshen to bring us It's All Good: Delicious, Easy Recipes That Will Make You Look Good And Feel Great.

It's the second cookbook written by the Oscar winner, who released My Father's Daughter: Delicious, Easy Recipes Celebrating Family & Togetherness last year.

Paltrow is also the founder of Goop, a website intended to "share all of life's positives", which prides itself on being many women's "most trusted girlfriend on the web".

Perhaps we're a bunch of over-indulgent lushes who will develop gout, but we remain sceptical as to how meals devoid of coffee, alcohol, dairy, sugar, shellfish, wheat, meat and soy can be anything but boring...

But anyway, if you follow her tips, you'll look like her. Maybe.

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  • No TV in English

    “She [Apple] is cross because I only let them watch TV in French or Spanish. When I’m in Paris, I go to Boulevard Beaumarchais and buy all their cartoons," Gwyneth <a href="http://uk.lifestyle.yahoo.com/gwyneth-paltrow-no-more-children-babies-working-mum-cant-have-it-all-125611877.html">told UK's InStyle</a>.

  • You Can't Have It All

    “Some women can do it and that’s fantastic, but I can’t. You make choices as a wife and mother, don’t you? You can’t have it all. I don’t care what it looks like," she said in the same interview.

  • Morning Flax

    "We got downstairs and I made him a quick breakfast of eggs and toast followed by a spoonful of lemon flavored flax oil that I try to remember to give them both every morning," she <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/13/gwyneth-paltrow-gives-adv_n_808446.html">wrote on GOOP</a> last year.

  • It's All About Balance

    Another <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/13/gwyneth-paltrow-gives-adv_n_808446.html">GOOP tip</a>: "The kids indulge in a super sugary cupcake before bed but I don’t feel too bad because they had a brown rice stir fry for dinner with baked sweet potato on the side. It’s all about balance!"

  • Prepare the Next Day's Uniforms and Ballet Kit

    "I always <a href="http://goop.com/journal/see/112/a-day-in-the-life">lay the kids' uniforms</a> and school things out the night before once they are asleep. When it’s quiet I can check the 'kid list' for show and tell items to bring in, consent forms, ballet kit, etc, so that the morning is less of a scramble."

  • Time Take For the Beauty Salon

    "I'll probably get kicked out of our school for admitting this, but I let Apple stay home yesterday. I just needed to be with her," Gwyneth <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/19/gwyneth-paltrow-in-good-h_n_811152.html">told Good Housekeeping</a> last year. "We went out to lunch, we went to the beauty salon, we were together."

  • Be Mindful

    "Motherhood has taught me mindfulness. If you just parent on instinct, you'll screw your kid up for life. You have to be so mindful," she said in that interview.

  • Get in the Bathtub

    "We all get into the tub together," she<a href="http://www.harpersbazaar.com/magazine/cover/gwyneth-paltrow-interview-0312#slide-1"> told Harper's Bazaar</a>.

  • Let Them Suffer

    “When I’m tired, when my chips are down – that’s when I don’t parent the way that I want to parent. I can get impatient and at the end of my rope…. And I hate that and I hate feeling out of control, even if I’m just saying, 'That’s enough!' Like, I can’t deal. It’s not the way that I would aspire to be. But then I think, I do really believe that part of our job is to equip them for the world. And we can’t make everything okay for them, we can’t take away all of their suffering. It’s not good for them," she said on <a href="http://blogs.babycenter.com/celebrities/06232012-gwyneth-paltrow-talks-parenting-fails-s-e-x/"><em>In Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet</em></a>.

  • Work Out

    "Every woman can make time — every woman — and you can do it with your baby in the room," she <a href="http://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20603375_5,00.html">said in 2010</a>. "There have been countless times where I've worked out with my kids crawling around all over the place. You just make it work, and if it's important to you, it'll be important to them."

  • Don't Feel Like a Terrible Mother

    "I do feel so guilty and, like, <em>What am I doing?</em> but I also want them to know work is really fun for me — 'Hey, look what I get to do!' As opposed to feeling like, <em>Oh, I'm a terrible mother</em>. Because that really just doesn't get you anywhere. It doesn't get them anywhere,'" she told Good Housekeeping.