What is the Zone Diet®?
Surprisingly, it is not what you think. The Zone Diet is a way of life that helps you lose fat and increases wellness by reducing cellular inflammation. It's cellular inflammation that is the underlying cause of not only weight gain and the acceleration of chronic disease, but also the reason behind decreasing physical, emotional, and mental performance.
The Zone Diet was developed by Dr. Barry Sears, one of the world's leading authorities on the hormonal effects of food and their effect on cellular inflammation.
At Zone Labs we continue to create a number of unique dietary products that make it easier to follow the Zone Diet.
If you want to retake control of your life, then reducing cellular inflammation is your necessary first step. When you are ready, we can help.
2013 Zone Cruise
Will Head to Bermuda
The 2013 Zone Cruise is going to Bermuda. This year, Dr. Sears will focus on how changes in the American Diet are altering gene expression and how this powerful genetic effect is being amplified from one generation to the next.
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Dr. Sears' Latest Blog Posts
Good Diet, Bad Study
Posted on February 27, 2013
As the creator of the Zone Diet, I am a strong believer in the Mediterranean diet as a lifetime dietary program for good health. In fact, the Zone Diet can be considered to be the evolution of the Mediterranean diet as it provides even greater anti-inflammatory benefits.
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Introducing New Polyphenols
Zone Labs offers
the best of the super fruits
Polyphenols are all the rage today, ranging from super fruits to chocolate to red wine. So what's the real science behind these polyphenols?
To begin with they are very complex molecules that give fruits and vegetables their color. But they do a lot more than bring color to the diet. They are the main defense system for vegetables and fruits.
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Lifestyle Tips With Mary
Don't eat when you're doing something else (driving, watching TV, etc.). Just focus on eating, and pay attention to what's passing under your nose.
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