The Zen Diet is no ordinary diet because it isn’t just a diet - it is a way of life. Its not just a theory its how I manage to keep down my bodyfat even though I have an demanding job, travel often and don't have the chance to exercise every day

Based on the Japanese principle of Kaizen, which means ‘improvement’ or ‘small, permanent change for the better’ it ensures you will never be ‘on’ another diet ever again! The problem with all fad diets like the ‘Cabbage Soup Diet’, ‘Atkins’, ‘Maple Syrup Diet’ etc is that they don’t encourage a permanent change. In fact they introduce a change that would be extremely unhealthy to maintain permanently!  

Anyone who has tried one of these approaches will know this is not a positive change and that these diets bring nothing but low blood sugar, bad moods, hunger cravings and disruption to life patterns and digestive function. All the focus is on the initial loss of weight and then the dieter goes back to their normal eating habits without solving the issues that caused the problems in the first place. With the Zen Diet it is different, the focus is on the small but permanent changes that you will continue for life. Each change is a positive evolution in behaviour, that brings vitality, harmony and well being. No big dramatic change, just small positive ones.  The Zen Diet is the first diet to offer a long-term solution based on Kaizen and other harmonious spiritual principles from Japan. 

About Martin

My life's work has been to learn and master the art of meditation. To do this I have practiced and studied meditation with unbroken, daily discipline for over two decades as taught in the works of Franz Bardon. However, just like Bardon himself, I have also dedicated my life to gathering what is of use from different traditions around the world - whether hidden in the Japanese mountains, Egyptian desert or with the Indian yogis.

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