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Lifestyle Tips

By Mary Perry, Zone Director of Clinical Trials

The Zone Diet is not a weight-loss program per se, but a clinically validated dietary system to reduce cellular inflammation throughout the body and in the process control hunger. To help get you started, we’ve created lifestyle tips article, as well as videos that teach you how to use the various Zone tools. From Summer eating, to how to keep a food journal, to making a Zone meal, to benefits of supplementation, our goal is to make your quest for better health as simple as possible.

Football Sunday Healthy Eating Tips To Stay In The Zone

Next to Thanksgiving, Superbowl Sunday is the second most popular day to eat. Americans will consume about 1.3 billion chicken wings, 11.2 million.

Is Your Kitchen Making You Gain Weight? Tips for Equipping Your Space for Weight Loss

 

The environment in which we work and live is a key piece to our weight loss success. When we hit bouts of stress in our lives often our health.

13 Holiday Diet Tips to Keep You In The Zone

 

People tend to throw in the towel on healthy eating around the holidays. For some it may start as early as Halloween with all the tempting.

6 Tricks for Dealing with Your Halloween Treats

Halloween is here and it doesn’t have to be a dieting nightmare. Here are a few tricks to take the fright out of dealing with all those treats.

Fall Inspired Recipes

 

Our memory of summer has started to fade now that shorter days, longer nights, and cooler temps are here to stay. Take advantage of the season.

Three Hormones That Could Be Impacting Your Weight

Many of the problems that prevent us from reaching our weight loss goals are due to hormonal imbalance. If you are careful about your food.

What Does a Day In the Zone Look Like?

 

A Zone meal is about 40% low-glycemic load carbohydrates, 30% low-fat protein, and 30% fat (primarily monounsaturated fat). It's the balance of.

What Are Polyphenols and How Much You Need

 

Polyphenols are produced by plants to offer them protection from the suns radiation and to help defend against disease. They protect us in a.

Fats Explained-What Is Fat And Why Do We Need It?

 

Guide to Fat

 

In the early 90s dietary fat was considered a “villain” and carbohydrates were the “heroine”. The thinking was that by lowering.

Zone Recipes: What to Bring to a Cookout

Ahhhhhhh Summer! The long cold days of winter are a distant memory at this point. Calendars are filled with vacation plans, social engagements.

9 Tips To Avoid Weight-Loss Plateaus

 

You’ve been doing everything right; watching what you’ve been eating, getting your exercise in, even avoiding sweets and alcohol only to hop on.

The Importance of Breakfast

 

We’ve heard it time and time again that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but is that true? One of the biggest benefits to.

Mexican Food Survival Guide

 

Nachos, Margaritas, and Chips Oh My! Going out for Mexican food doesn't have to be a dieting nightmare. In fact, authentic Mexican cuisine is.

What to Eat Before a Workout or After

Having a pre or post workout snack doesn’t have to negate everything you’ve burned off during the course of your activity. In fact, having the.

Our Top Supermarket Picks

 

Not many of us have the luxury of spending hours in the grocery store going aisle to aisle. Here we’ve highlighted some of our top grocery finds.