On Monday, the Goop goddess and A-list celeb focused on mommy duties by helping her kids Apple and Moses sell cookies and lemonade to the neighborhood. And, as if there was any question, the treats were organic and sugar-free.
Dressed in a casual blue vest and black T-shirt, the Oscar winner was all smiles while posted at the lemonade stand with her children and their pals in Pacific Palisades, Calif., greeting neighbors as they came by to take advantage of the great deals (nothing on the menu was over $2, according to the handcrafted sign).
As the new year rolled in, Gwyneth put together some detox tips for her readers who are trying to eat healthier as their resolution. Although organic and sugar-free lemonade and cookies are definitely a better alternative to what you might reach for as a snack, they're not on her list of things to eat.
Goop's winter detox menu was tested out in the company's "test kitchen," and avoids dairy, gluten, shellfish, anything processed (all soy products), "nightshades" such as potatoes, tomatoes, peppers and eggplant, and condiments, sugar, alcohol, caffeine and soda.
So what the heck do you eat?! On day one, for example, she recommends drinking a glass of room temperature lemon water at 7 a.m., then herbal tea at 8 a.m.
At 10 a.m., you can enjoy a Chai Gingerbread shake for breakfast, and then a mug of hot lemon water or herbal tea at 11:30 a.m.; For lunch, spoon a bowl of chickpea soup at 1:30 p.m., and then walnut lentil pate for a snack at 4 p.m.; For dinner munch on quinoa-stuffed kabocha at 6 p.m.
Or! Cookies and lemonade forever!