Why It Works: The Zone limits consumption of junk food and starches, such as pasta and white bread, in favor of low-fat protein, fruits and vegetables.
New York (Vocus) October 7, 2010
Life & Style Weekly Magazine in its September 13 issue featured the Zone Diet in an article, “Most Popular Celeb Diets,” noting that movie stars Demi Moore and Jennifer Aniston follow the Zone Diet, created by Dr. Barry Sears, bestselling author of The Zone and chairman of Zone Labs.
“We are pleased that Life & Style devoted a full page to our Zone menu selections and world-famous celebrities who follow to the Zone Diet,” Dr. Sears said.
Dr. Sears’ company offers a full array of Zone Foods online at ZoneDiet.com.
Life & Style wrote a positive review about the Zone Diet. “Why It Works: The Zone limits consumption of junk food and starches, such as pasta and white bread, in favor of low-fat protein, fruits and vegetables.”
The Life & Style magazine article also repeated advice that Dr. Sears often gives: “Eat three meals and two snacks a day. For each, fill one-third of your plate with lean protein and the remaining two-thirds with fruits and vegetables and a healthy fat (a few almonds or perhaps some avocado).”
The article suggested a Zone Diet menu for breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack, dinner and an evening snack.
Life & Style Weekly Magazine, a publication of Bauer Publishing, on its Web site, http://www.LifeAndStyleMag.com, notes that the magazine showcases Hollywood fashion, beauty, body and lifestyle trends, with features and advice for its readers, along with celebrity news stories, interviews and photos.
Recently, Zone Labs, introduced Zone Foods, such as pasta and breads, that are made to Dr. Sears’ Zone specifications of fat, protein and carbohydrates, as well as bagels, rolls, cookies, chips and pizza that are made to the Zone criteria of one gram of fat for every two grams of protein and three grams of carbohydrate.
“The Zone 1-2-3 foods are made to suppress hunger between meals, but as far as the average person is concerned, they taste exactly like the products that Americans consume today.” Dr. Sears said. “With one-third of Americans obese, unless people sharply reduce low-level chronic inflammation caused by their current diets, related health problems, such as diabetes, will likely continue to increase.”
Dr. Barry Sears, a scientist and expert on obesity, is a leading authority in anti-inflammatory nutrition. He is the creator of the anti-inflammatory Zone Diet as well as the author of 12 books, including the New York Times #1 best-seller, The Zone. His books have sold more than 5 million copies and have been translated into 22 languages. Zone Labs is based in Marblehead, MA. For information online, please visit DrSears.com or http://www.ZoneDiet.com. Media contact is Brian Dobson at DobsonPR.com or bd (at) dobsonpr (dot) com.