Why Living in the Zone is Important
Maintaining wellness requires reducing diet-induced inflammation
The Zone Diet is the most validated way to reduce diet-induced inflammation we know of, and there are more than 30 clinical studies that support its ability. Simply stated, the more inflamed you are, the less well you are.
Reduce diet-induced inflammation with adaquate levels of omega-3 fatty acids
OmegaRx 2 is the supplement to the Zone Diet that is most effective in reducing diet-induced inflammation. Consumption of omega-3 fatty acids also helps support heart health, brain function, behavior and mood regulation, cellular rejuvenation, athletic performance recovery, and vision health. If you supplement with Zone polyphenols, you can also improve your gut health by supporting the composition of beneficial bacteria, thereby improving your overall wellness even further.
Your blood will inform your state of wellness
Your blood is the only way to predict what your future wellness may be. That’s the basis of Evidence-based Wellness®. Those levels can be changed in 30 days following the Zone Diet, especially when adding OmegaRx 2 only a daily basis. And there’s only one way to know for sure if you are taking the right amount of fish oil. Take our easy finger-stick Cellular Inflammation Test and find out.
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|Cameron Winchell – Faith and Fish Oil|
Cameron Winchell was just 19 years-old when a Xanax overdose left him with brain injury and respiratory failure. It’s been a long road back, but through faith, family and Dr. Sears’ fish oil, Cameron gets a little better each day in his journey to one day walk again, and perhaps even get back onto a skateboard. (Read More)
|George Visger – Saving the Life of an NFL Veteran with Brain Injury|
For the first time in 20 years, I can look forward to a better future. Without the support of Dr. Sears and the Zone, I think my future would have been very bleak. Six former NFL players have committed suicide the last four years, and all were diagnosed with CTE, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, a degenerative disease of the brain caused by repeated blows to the head. (Read More)
|Dr. Ashok G. Patel – Dr. Patel Spreads Zone Principles to Impact Patient’s Lives|
Dr. Ashok Patel was born and raised in Central Africa and graduated from medical school in India in 1972. In 1974, he moved to London and worked as a physician. In late 1978, he moved to the United States to pursue his career as a medical doctor. It wasn’t until 2003 that Dr. Patel was influenced by Dr. Sears, in what would ultimately influence the wellness of many of his patients. (Read More)