Mindful Eating

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About Mary Perry

Mary E. Perry is a registered dietitian and researcher serving as Clinical Trials Director for Zone Labs Inc. and the Inflammation Research Foundation based in Marblehead, MA. Under the direction of Dr. Barry Sears - creator of the Zone Diet and leading authority on the dietary control of hormonal response - Perry oversees and analyzes clinical trials investigating the positive effects of anti-inflammatory diets, in conjunction with leading universities and institutions worldwide. Perry also counsels athletes and individuals on how to reduce inflammation through diet and supplementation. Prior to joining Zone Labs, Perry served as a research dietitian for Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, MA. In her role, Perry coordinated a prescribed dietary study focused on varying carbohydrate, fat and protein contents to determine the most effective diet for weight loss and maintenance. Perry also served as a nutrition and behavior counselor utilizing motivational interviewing techniques. Perry completed her undergraduate (03') and graduate degree (05') at the University of Connecticut and now resides in the Boston area.

5 thoughts on “Mindful Eating

  1. Dear Dr. Barry Sears I am a senior athelete who has spent 20 years running marathons and now i am a avid biker who bikes approx. 100 miles per week. I am one of your Omega-3 fans and have received great results from fish oil and controlling my insulin.
    Question: Is their any clinical proof that eating according to you blood type has any merrit in it?
    I am a AB- blood type. I was told not to eat chicken because it had lectins that supposely causes the blood to clot. Don Thomason

    • When the idea first appeared, I was intrigued by it since it might offer a predictive insight in those more likely to become diabetic. Unfortunately our clinical trials in Texas didn’t not confirm either the predictive quality or which groups would do best on the Zone diet to treat their existing diabetes.

      Nonetheless, I believe there is merit is removing certain food ingredients from one’s diet depending on the blood group type. What food ingredients are left should then be used according to Zone diet principles.

      Lectins come from plant sources not animals.

    • When the idea about blood groups first appeared, I was intrigued by it since it might offer a predictive insight in those more likely to become diabetic. Unfortunately our clinical trials in Texas didn’t not confirm either the predictive quality or which groups would do best on the Zone diet to treat their existing diabetes.

      Nonetheless, I believe there is merit is removing certain food ingredients from one’s diet depending on the blood group type. What food ingredients are left should then be used according to Zone diet principles.

      Lectins come from plant sources not animals.

  2. F*ckin? awesome things here. I?m very happy to look your post. Thank you so much and i am looking ahead to touch you. Will you please drop me a e-mail?

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