Autism Research Shows Benefit of Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Autism can be one of the most devastating diseases that occurs in a family. This mental condition that begins in early childhood is characterized by difficulty in communicating and forming relationships with other people. But is autism an Omega-3 Deficiency Condition? While improved diagnosis and awareness of autism may partly explain its increase through the years, this… Read more »

Live Your Life to Its Fullest in the Zone

Wellness is a lifelong commitment.  It begins in the womb and goes through the continuum of life. The most important factor you have to maintain your wellness is your diet. Your success is indicated by your blood tests that tell whether or not you are in the Zone. The longer you wait to get into… Read more »

Fish Oil is More Precious than Caviar

I was recently asked by a Russian colleague what I thought about red caviar (from salmon) and black caviar (from sturgeon), and whether it is a good source of the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. My colleague grew up in an environment where her family and friends believed that caviar had a lot of… Read more »

Then & Now: Calorie Restriction and the Impact on Disease

Reduce your risk of chronic disease by making simple changes to your diet. Starting with Hippocrates 2,500 years ago, to Luigi Carnaro 400 years ago, to Dr. Barry Sears today, data continues to prove that a calorie restricted diet can reduce your risk of chronic disease. Discover how you can benefit from history repeating itself.

Reduce Childhood Asthma with Omega-3 Fatty Acids

In a recent article in the New England Journal of Medicine, Dutch women who regularly supplemented with 2.4 grams of EPA and DHA during their third trimester had a 31% reduction in the number of asthma and wheezing attacks in their children three years after birth. In addition, supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids resulted in… Read more »

Anyone Can Have Insulin Resistance

We think of insulin resistance as only being associated with diabetes. It is true that 100% of both diabetics and pre-diabetics (i.e., those with metabolic syndrome) have severe insulin resistance. These two groups account for more than 100 million Americans. However, you don’t have to be diabetic to have insulin resistance, as 16% of normal weight individuals have… Read more »

Longevity Declines as Healthcare Expenditures Rise

Current health costs in America account for nearly 18% of our total domestic economic activity. This dwarfs any other activity in our economy.1 For the $3.2 trillion dollars we spend annually on health care you would expect better health outcomes. The easiest outcome to measure is death rates. Unfortunately, new data from the Centers of… Read more »

Rising Healthcare Costs Will Be the New Norm

Today, healthcare in the United States consumes nearly 18% of the gross domestic product or about $3.2 trillion dollars per year.1 The amount spent on healthcare is more than three times the amount spent on education (supposedly good for the future of the country), and nearly five times more than spent on the military (supposedly to protect… Read more »

Zone Labs Advantage Customers Show Dramatic Reduction in Cellular Inflammation Score Compared to Average Americans

The only way to know if you are consuming adequate levels of omega-3 fatty acids is through your Cellular Inflammation Score. The benefit of an ideal Cellular Inflammation Score is to help support heart health, brain function, behavior and mood regulation, athletic performance, vision and cellular rejuvenation. In other words, everything that constitutes wellness. An… Read more »

Is Sugar Fattening? It Depends

Recently, the World Health Organization (WHO) called for an international tax on sales of sugar-sweetened beverages. The thinking behind such a tax is that the growing epidemic of obesity in the world is caused by sugar-sweetened soda. However, this is contrary to the WHO Medical Officer that stated, “The decrease in soda sales in Mexico (who… Read more »