What to Eat in the Zone: The Quick & Easy, Mix & Match Counter for Staying in the Zone

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Harper Collins, Dec 30, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 320 pages
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More than two million people worldwide are already experiencing the health and performance benefits of the Zone. Based on the hormonal consequences of food rather than the caloric content, the Zone treats food like a powerful drug that can help you maintain peak mental alertness, increase your energy, and reduce the likelihood of chronic disease––all while losing excess body fat. In this essential reference guide, Dr. Barry Sears provides you with the Zone resources and Food Block information you need to make every meal a Zone meal, including:

. How to use and adjust Zone Food Blocks to fit your own unique biochemistry

. Zone Food Blocks for every ingredient imaginable, including vegetarian and nondairy sources of protein

. Zone Food Blocks for fast food, restaurants, and prepackaged supermarket meals

.Rules for modifying prepared foods to make them Zone–friendly

.The Ten Zone Commandments for staying in the Zone.

 

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Dr. Barry Sears is recognized as one of the world's leading medical researchers on the hormonal effects of food. He is the author of the number one New York Times bestseller The Zone as well as Mastering the Zone, Zone-Perfect Meals in Minutes, Zone Food Blocks, A Week in the Zone, The Age-Free Zone, The Top 100 Zone Foods, The Soy Zone, The Omega Rx Zone, Zone Meals in Seconds, and What to Eat in the Zone. His books have sold more than five million copies and have been translated into twenty-two languages in forty countries. He continues his research on the inflammatory process as the president of the nonprofit Inflammation Research Foundation in Marblehead, Massachusetts. The father of two grown daughters, he lives in Swampscott, Massachusetts, with his wife, Lynn.

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