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Zone Diet Books by Dr. Barry Sears

Dr. Barry Sears is an authority on the dietary control of hormonal response. He has served as a former research scientist at the Boston University School of Medicine and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has dedicated his research efforts over the past 30 years to the study of lipids. He currently has a total of 13 U.S. patents in the areas of drug delivery systems (intravenous are) and hormonal regulation for the treatment of cardiovascular disease.

The year 1982 marked an upturn in this doctor’s career for he received a Nobel Prize in Medicine for his discoveries of the role of specialized hormones, known as eicosanoids, play in the development of various cardiovascular ailments, diabetes and other chronic illnesses. In his theory, he discussed that the eicosanoid hormones are generated from dietary fat and thus, to regulate the same, one can treat food as a drug and apply drug delivery principles to nutrition. This subsequently resulted to the various patents he gained in the field of hormonal control.


Popular Zone Diet Books

Title: "Zone Diet: Enter the Zone"

All of Dr. Sears’ studies have culminated with the launched of his landmark book in June of 1995, “Zone Diet: Enter the Zone”. Ever since then the book has sold over 1,500,000 hardcover copies, and became a No. 1 best seller on the New York Times book list. The book has further been translated to over 22 languages, indicating a worldwide response to Dr. Sears’ research. The second installment to the Zone books, “Mastering the Zone”, published in January 1997 also became a New York Times best seller with more than 500,000 copies sold to date.


Title: "Zone Perfect Meals in Minutes"

Published in November 1997, instantly became one of the best-selling cookbooks of 1997. The Anti-Aging Zone is another book that was published in January 1999. It offers information on insights into how the Zone Diet can reverse the aging process. The Omega RX Zone, published in 2002, may well be considered his most important book since it explores the foundation of chronic diseases and how high-dose fish oil can dramatically reverse it. In 2004, he wrote Zone Meals in Seconds together with his wife, Lynn. Currently, there are over 4 million copies of his Zone books have sold.

His theory has elevated food from more than simply a source of calories and other nutrients the body needs to be recognized as a powerful drug. His revolutionary research made Dr. Sears a frequent guest on many national programs such as 20/20, Today, Good Morning America, CBS Morning News, CNN, and MSNBC. In one interview he states the Zone diet can be summed up in two words: balance and moderation. It aims to reduce the levels of insulin in a discreet zone, meaning you have to have enough carbohydrates at each meal to make sure you have adequate energy for the brain.

Currently, Dr. Sears is a still researching and he holds the title as President of Zone Labs, a biotechnology company in Danvers, Massachusetts. In addition to said continuing research on the hormonal effects of food, Dr. Sears has expanded his study to cover developing a new generation of dermatological formulations for wound healing, innovative dietary approaches to treating neurological conditions and improved cognitive function by re-modeling neural networks in the brain, and not to mention his ongoing work in treating Type 2 diabetes.

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