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No one is immune from silent inflammation, a condition that occurs when the body's natural immune system goes awry, the underlying factor behind the development of these dreaded diseases and more: heart disease, cancer, dementia, arthritis, and diabetes.

Dr. Barry Sears reveals how to combat silent inflammation in order to reduce your risk of each disease and condition, and how to reverse it if you have it already. His amazing new research shows that following the Zone dietary plan, including supplements of ultra-refined fish oil concentrates, is the best way to achieve the hormonal control you need to stop silent inflammation and ensure the future of your health.

Reversing silent inflammation in only 30 days, and reap the following benefits:

  • Better health
  • Greater longevity
  • Improved physical performance
  • Reduction of the symptoms of chronic diseases
  • Improved emotional control
  • Greater mental acuity

Fighting silent inflammation is the number one most important thing you can do for your current health and your future wellness.

©2005 Dr. Barry Sears; (P)2005 HarperCollins Publishers

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I learned more than I expected!

I never know whether I should believe and follow all that I learn in books like this, but I enjoy having the knowledge and ability to make the choice. Whether you listen to this audiobook for the knowledge or to change your lifestyle, it is worth listening to and becoming more aware of what we put in our mouths does to us after we swallow it.

10 of 11 people found this review helpful

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  • Jeff
  • new egypt, NJ, USA
  • 01-16-09

Not much info.

Explains alot about the need for omega 3's in your diet and sociological reasons for its scarcity in America....it takes a while for him to briefly tell you what to do about it. Go to his website and save the money.

7 of 9 people found this review helpful

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awesome info for the believer

good info, still needs a professional narrator.
need a book on how to get this word spread more greatly

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great book

awesome info easy to listen to,, highly reccomend.... fish oil fish oil fish oil get some..

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Illuminating

This information is the real deal. He describes the science behind his assertions and his diet plan is moderation, which makes a great deal of sense. The other part that was fascinating was that a high carb diet AND too low a carb diet is bad for you. I was very interested in his explanations about how hormones are disrupted by a person's diet.

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Has The Anti-Inflammation Zone turned you off from other books in this genre?

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What didn’t you like about Barry Sears’s performance?

The voice is like finger nails on a chalkboard

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  • Paul
  • 01-29-15

Six hours you can't reclaim

At best this book is an article containing some outdated and inaccurate information. It is padded out by mind numbing repetition of the same points and trying desperately to suggest that silent inflammation is something special rather than chronic inflammation. Readers would be better to spend their time and money on The Cholesterol Myth as it is far more robust a tome.

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