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Mastering the Zone: The Next Step in Achieving SuperHealth and Permanent Fat Loss

June 9, 2010 by  
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Product DescriptionEveryone from Madonna to Howard Stern to the cast of Baywatch is in “the Zone” — and now “Zone”-favorable cuisine is tastier than ever! Dr. Barry Sears, author of the No. 1 New York Times bestseller and health phenomenon, The Zone (more than 600,000 hardcover copies sold!), is back with an exciting new book teeming with tantalizing recipes and insightful information that will deepen readers’ understanding of this revolutionary health and fitness program that has become the regimen of the ’90s. Flying in the face of conventional dietary thinking, and after years of comprehensive scientific research, Dr. Sears discovered that “eating fat doesn’t make you fat. ” His phenomenally successful first book, The Zone, introduced the world to to groundbreaking health plan that for hundreds of thousands of readers has become the magic key to maintaining a consistent level of physical and mental well-being — a healthful state known as “The Zone. ” Now Dr. Sears takes his breakthrough scientific discoveries and stunning success a step further with Mastering the Zone, which not only presents delicious, completely original Zone-favorable recipes that are easy to prepare and taste as good as they are good for you, but also offers a practical guide to fine-tuning your place in the Zone. From entrees to appetizers to desserts, there is something here for every taste and every occasion. Appearing throughout is Dr. Sears’ enlightening new information for readers interested in educating themselves further about the Zone — the health regimen that succeeds where millions of others have not. Amazon. com ReviewBarry Sears’s 1995-96 bestseller, The Zone, changed the way many people look at nutrition and weight loss. Although his plan advocates eating fewer calories and exercising more, it also stresses getting more of those calories from fat and protein and fewer from carbohydrates. Here, he expands on that theory (which is still not accepted in most scientific circles) and offers recipes to help readers put his principles into practice.

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5 Responses to “Mastering the Zone: The Next Step in Achieving SuperHealth and Permanent Fat Loss”
  1. Anonymous says:

    That’s what Macbeth exclaimed when the witches approached him ; it is what I tell anyone who has been tempted into throwing away his money and purchase this book. Remember : Keep away from false prophets.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Anonymous says:

    Diets such as the zone diet do not exhibit balanced nutrition as is found in the food guide pryamid. Adding too much protein to one’s diet, as the book suggests, takes away from the carbohydrates that are a necessary part of our diet– it is from carbs that we get our energy!!! It’s a lot harder for our body to get energy from protein!!!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Anonymous says:

    I thought a block of protein was 7gr – I’m reading Woman’s World 7/28/98 magazine – Sandra Bullocks – one of her meals BBQ Chicken Salad has 36 gr of protein, 10 gr of fat and 54 g of carbs now I’m totally confused – if I’m allowed 3 blocks of protein x 7 gr that equals 21grams – am I missing something????
    Rating: 3 / 5

  4. I am mastering the zone but I still have my stomach! The book has taught me to put olive oil on almost everything because it says we need to get energy from oil and not starches and sugars. Well, I exercise a lot but my 67 year old stomach still sticks out. Someone please give us a diet in which we can practically starve our fat selves to death without in fact losing vital energy or not living a normal life. –Strephon Kaplan-Williams
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. Anonymous says:

    I understand why it works because I am very familiar with other low carb diets and I understand the insulin and all the other stuff, but what confuses me big time is the thing about zone blocks and measurements. That totally throws it all off for me. If I could only understand it. It sounds like a great diet and I’m sure it is, but it’s too complicated to understand for most people. . .
    Rating: 2 / 5

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