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Zone Diet and Exercise

Zone Diet doesn’t emphasize on any exercises or workouts as the most important aspect of this diet is the timing of your food consumption.  However, an 80/20 rule (i.e. 80% diet and 20% exercise) is suggested.

Since people are not fatigued in the Zone, many are inclined to start an exercise program for the first time in years. While not as important as your diet, exercise does play an important role in helping you control insulin. The best form of exercise is any routine you will perform on a regular basis. If you haven't exercised for a long time, building up to a brisk 30-minute walk is a great way to get started again. As your endurance builds, you may even wish to increase the intensity and even add some form of weight training as part of your regular workout schedule. However, one must still follow  the 80/20 rule as it will help maximizing  your time spent in the Zone.

Whether you are training with weights or training aerobically, you must eat a Zone snack 30 minutes prior to exercise. This will set the hormonal stage to trigger the preferential burning of stored body fat as soon as your workout begins. For weight training, the maximum training time is 45 minutes  and preferably take place in the morning. Have another Zone snack within 30 minutes after the training session ends and a Zone meal no more than 2 hours later.


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