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Paltrow's Gal-Pal Recommends "The Unhealthy Truth"

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truthThe latest edition of the GOOP newsletter is out — which basically means the world gets to dissect yet another layer of Gwyneth Paltrow’s life, scoff at her picks, and come up with witty titles that include the word “GOOP”. This week, we’re treated to some book recommendations — but GP is staying out of the spotlight, allowing her friends from all walks of life to make some recommendations.

Anyways, the first guest writer, Abby, hits a home run with her pick of The Unhealthy Truth. She writes, “As a lover of food and a mother, this book is eye-opening and interesting and I believe it’s a must-read for moms everywhere. It is an examination of the food industry and the revolving door between the corporations that are supplying our food (often dangerous to our health and, more importantly, the health of our children) and the FDA. The author has done incredibly brave work, as the book is informative and at the same time a fascinating read. The author is also a friend and a college-mate of mine and is now being compared to Erin Brockovich.”

Reviews of The Unhealthy Truth have been very positive, with one commenter on Amazon saying “this is a wake-up call for all of us.” You can pick up a copy from Barnes and Nobel here.

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