What is the Zone diet?

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Zone diet refers to where calories from carbohydrates, protein, and fat are consumed in a balanced ratio of 40:30:30. With this diet, there is reduction of cellular inflammation. It was popularised by Barry Sears.
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The Zone suggests that food can affect the hormonal response of the body and cause changes in insulin production. The diet suggests a food plan with a balanced ratio of carbohydrates (40%), protein (30%), and fat (30%).
The Zone Diet was created by Barry Sears. On the Zone Diet, the dieter should consume 40 percent of their daily calories from carbohydrates, 30 percent from proteins and 30 percent from fats.
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