Gwyneth Paltrow turn the page? The Oscar-winning actress – who rolled her eyes insisting that she's responsible for the popularity of yoga and other remarks – can simply clear the slate with his latest cookbook "The own plate: eat, reset, heal" outside tuesday. His latest work including alcohol-free recipes, gluten, processed foods or sugars, caffeine, nightshades, red meats, dairy products, peanuts and soy – follows two others, "It's All Good", on The list of the 150 best sellers of USA TODAY for nine weeks and "It's All Easy" on the list for four weeks. While the wellness site of Paltrow, Goop has laid an egg (of jade variety and pink quartz), disbursed $ 145,000 to settle consumer protection case With regard to unjustified health claims relating to products sold online by the company, "Clean Plate" is refreshing because it does not require readers to shoot for the Moon juice. (Perhaps we should have seen this coming, given the scandalously not-so-goop-y book "Sex Issue" published in April.) Although it lists a Vitamix Mixer, which costs hundreds of dollars, as one of the "essential tools", most recipes are very practical. Some recipes have even been labeled "fast", indicating that they can be prepared in less than 30 minutes. There are also recipes for vegans. More: Gwyneth Paltrow reveals a romantic wedding photo, details about her secret weddingMore: The bride Gwyneth Paltrow marveled at her married life with Brad Falchuk: "I feel so lucky"So how easy can the recipes be? Paltrow offers readers instructions for a vegetable battle, requiring only olive oil, scallions, spinach, salt and pepper, and eggs. Its "Easy Frittata" contains only six ingredients, including salt, pepper and olive oil. Of course, there are more complicated breakfast recipes, like a "clean" version of avocado toast made on Seed Cracker, which claims items you could not have in your pantry – arrow root powder, black sesame seeds and white sesame seeds – garnished with red onions GP would like you to mingle yourself, but the book offers options. It also offers soups, salads, bowls, rolls, drinks, snacks and a section with "a little more hearty" food. "While I tend to prefer lighter salads and wraps for lunch, at dinner, I definitely have a turkey burger / spaghetti and meatballs / roast chicken and the kind of potato girl" , writes Paltrow. "I want something that fills me and warms me from the inside, something cooked with love and filled with flavor." If that sounds relevant to you, let's remember it, said Paltrow in an interview with the Financial Times Published Friday, she is "a real person who wants to eat some delicious stuff", citing alcohol and fries among her favorites. But that does not mean that readers will get bored of the woman who touted vaginal steam. "Clean Plate" details recipes for nomato sauce, a substitute for those looking to get rid of their diet. Paltrow promised "do not miss the real tomatoes" from the recipe that gets its texture and color from butternut squash and beets. Paltrow also congratulates the fruit smoothies with iced cauliflower. "I know, I know, frozen cauliflower in a smoothie has a disgusting sound," she admits, "but it adds incredible smoothness without the sugar of bananas … and, combined with tropical fruits and lemon green, really tastes good. " Paltrow says his kids – Apple, 14, and Moses, 12 – "happily swallow" the Strawberry Cauliflower Smoothie, while she likes to sip the Blueberry Cauliflower Smoothie after a workout. Here is to eat happy and "clean". Contributor: Mike SniderMore: 5 new books not to be missed this week, including the Cookbook "Clean Plate". from Gwyneth PaltrowMore: Goop Health Conference: Gwyneth Paltrow presents aerial yoga, transgender discussions and cryofacialsThis article originally appeared in USA TODAY: Gwyneth Paltrow serves feasible recipes in the cookbook "The Clean Plate". – seriously!