Actress, lifestyle businesswoman and bestselling cookbook author Gwyneth Paltrow has for years hailed clean eating along the path to wellness.

Paltrow brought "Good Morning America" into her kitchen to show how she makes a couple of staple recipes that fit her healthy habits.

"People think -- food that's on the healthier side is, like, boring or it's not delicious," Paltrow said. "And it's my mission to help people understand that that's not true -- really healthy food can be absolutely delicious."

Check out the full recipes below.

Rainbow chopped salad

"I eat salads every day for lunch," Paltrow said, adding that this recipe plays into a phrase dietitians love. "Nutritionists tell you you should try to eat the rainbow, right? So this salad, it's kinda like a rainbow salad."

PHOTO: Gwyneth Paltrow's rainbow chopped salad.
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Gwyneth Paltrow's rainbow chopped salad.


Avocado, cubed

Beets (red and yellow) steamed, peeled and cubed

Cherry tomatoes

Little gem lettuce, chopped

Purple cabbage, shredded

Pepperoncinis (yellow), sliced

Radishes, thinly sliced

Persian cucumbers, cubed

Customize by adding any veggies from your refrigerator!


1 clove freshly crushed garlic

2 Tbsp white wine vinegar

1 Tsp dijon mustard

Smidge anchovy paste

1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil


Arrange veggies in a vessel of your choice.

For dressing, whisk together ingredients, adding olive oil as you whisk.

Pour over veggies, adding sea salt and freshly cracked pepper to taste.

Anti-inflammatory tonic

PHOTO: Gwyneth Paltrow's anti-inflammatory tonic.
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Gwyneth Paltrow's anti-inflammatory tonic.

1/2 Tsp fresh ginger juice
1/2 Tsp turmeric juice (or Powdered)
1/2 fresh lemon, juiced
Local honey (to taste), about a tbsp
Small crack black pepper (Activates the turmeric to maximize benefits).


Build in mug, beginning with fresh ginger juice.

Add hot water three quarters to the top of the mug.

Add additional ingredients and voila!

Power Balls

PHOTO: Gwyneth Paltrow's power balls.Q
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Gwyneth Paltrow's power balls.

"If you have a sweet tooth and you're tryin' to be a little bit healthier, and you don't wanna eat processed sugar," Paltrow said, "this really does the trick."

1/4 cocoa powder

1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1 tablespoonHemp seeds
10 medjool dates, pitted and soaked for 15 minutes
1 teaspoon Almond butter
1 1/2 cups Dried unsweetened coconut


Grint coconut into a fine meal in the food processor.

Add in the rest of the ingredients, process until sticky dough is formed.

Scoop the batter by heaping tablespoons onto a baking sheet lined with parchment.

Roll each ball between your hands, then coat them in chia or hemp seeds, cocoa powder or cocoa nibs.

Store the balls in the fridge or freezer.

Recipes reprinted courtesy of Gwyneth Paltrow in partnership with Monogram Luxury Appliances.