Dr. Barry Sears, Zone Diet Creator, Addressing International Symposium in Mexico on Early Nutrition in Future Health of Adult

November 7, 2010

Bestselling author of “The Zone,” Dr. Barry Sears, to address international gathering of medical and nutrition professionals in Mexico.

Marblehead, MA (PRWEB) November 5, 2010

Dr. Barry Sears, the bestselling author of “The Zone,” will give a talk entitled “The Impact of Early Nutrition in the Health of the Adult” at the International Fetal Symposium to be held in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico, Nov. 18-21, Zone Labs announced.

“It is now being recognized that mother’s nutrition during pregnancy results in the final adjustment of future genetic responses for the fetus. This is especially true in relation to the intake of essential fatty acids and the hormonal balance of the mother’s diet,” Dr. Sears said.

Addressing an international gathering of medical and nutrition professionals, Dr. Sears said he will discuss the trans-generational effects of diets rich in omega-6 fatty acids as well as the impact of high glycemic-load diets on hormonal responses.

Other international authorities speaking at the conference include Dr. Berthold Koletzko of Germany, Dr. Bruce Holub of Canada, Dr. Andreu Palou and Dr. Catalina Segura of Spain and conference hosts Dr. Gustavo Orozco and Dr. Silvia Orozco, who are Dr. Sears’ associates in Mexico.

Information about Dr. Sears, Zone Foods and other products of Zone Labs, which is based in Marblehead, Massachusetts, is online at ZoneDiet.com.

Dr. Barry Sears, a scientist and expert on obesity, is a leading authority in anti-inflammatory nutrition. He is the creator of the anti-inflammatory Zone Diet as well as the author of 12 books, including the New York Times #1 best-seller, “The Zone.” His books have sold more than 5 million copies and have been translated into 22 languages. For information online, please visit DrSears.com or http://www.ZoneDiet.com. Media contact is Brian Dobson at DobsonPR.com or BD (at) DobsonPR (dot) com.


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