Mediterranean Zone (2014)
The Mediterranean diet is the most universally accepted healthy-eating regimen around. But what exactly is it? If you think it’s pasta with red sauce, Italian bread drizzled in olive oil, and plenty of pizza, you’re wrong, dead wrong. The Mediterranean Zone is here to set you right.
Toxic Fat (2008)
Toxic Fat provides a revolutionary new understanding of our current obesity epidemic by showing that it can be treated through a clinically proven pathway that can change the expression of your genes using food as a drug to rid your body of toxic fat.
Anti-Inflammation Zone (2005)
Dr. Sears describes silent inflammation in molecular detail, and why it is the underlying cause of chronic diseases, including obesity.
A Week in the Zone (2004)
Consider this to be The Zone for Dummies as it summarizes the key components of the Zone Diet in a very simple-to-understand format.
Zone Meals In Seconds (2004)
This book provides more than 150 tested Zone meals that are both easy to prepare and taste great.
The Top 100 Zone Foods (2004)
Dr. Sears describes the formulas he used to quantify the best food ingredients to make Zone meals.
What To Eat In The Zone (2003)
A more in-depth how-to book for making Zone meals under any situation.
The OmegaRx Zone (2002)
The book that started the fish-oil revolution in America.
The Soy Zone (2001)
This book shows how the Zone Diet can be easily adapted to a vegetarian diet and still retain all of the hormonal benefits of the Zone.
The Anti-Aging Zone (1999)
Dr. Sears’ description of how the Zone Diet alters the expression of hormonal control mechanisms throughout the body and especially in the brain.
Zone Perfect Meals in Minutes (1998)
Another New York Times best-seller by Dr. Sears that was one of the most purchased cookbook in the past decade.
Mastering the Zone (1997)
Another New York Times best-seller that describes how the Zone Diet can improve athletic performance with detailed instructions on how easy it is to implement the dietary program. The book includes more than 150 Zone meals.
The Zone (1995)
The #1 New York Times best-selling book that started the revolution in understanding how excess insulin drives chronic disease by increasing silent inflammation.