According to various food experts, it is most assuredly not all good for Gwyneth Paltrow.
The actress released a cookbook full of gluten free recipes this month, only for critics to positively slam the tone as the epitome of Hollywood narcissism and neuroticism.
Consider: Paltrow's egg white omelet recipe calls for duck eggs and will cost you $30 to concoct.
Got $71.50 lying around? Then you can make her fish fingers for kids!
Here's a rundown of what some food-specific sites have said about "It's All Good."
Eater.com: It’s All Good is drenched in a chatty faux-populism that could only come from a rich person fearlessly boasting about her life of privilege.
The New York Post: The book reads like the manifesto to some sort of creepy healthy-girl sorority with members who use beet juice rather than permanent marker to circle the ‘problem areas’ on each other’s bodies.
The Atlantic: It’s All Good seems to take laughable Hollywood neuroticism about eating to the next level.
Yahoo: Seriously Gwyneth, we want to eat with you. But we can’t afford it. Unless you’re buying.