Zero Belly Smoothies: Lose up to 16 Pounds in 14 Days and Sip Your Way to A Lean & Healthy You!

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Lose up to 16 Pounds in 14 Days with Zero Belly Smoothies!
Watch the pounds disappear—with the press of a button! That’s all it takes to blend up a Zero Belly Smoothie, a unique mix of supernutrients that will flatten your gut, boost your metabolism, heal your digestive system, and turn off your fat genes for good.
With fat-burning proteins and a specially selected array of high-powered fruits and vegetables, Zero Belly Smoothies—based on the New York Times bestseller Zero Belly Diet—are the fastest and most delicious ways ever created to sip off the pounds!
Inside you’ll find a complete shopping guide, a bonus cleanse program, and more than 100 intensely flavorful recipes, including tasty green drinks, fresh and fruity smoothies, nutty, chocolatey shakes, and savory surprises.
Zero Belly Smoothies will help you
• Lose up to 16 pounds in 14 days.
• Melt away stubborn fat, from your belly first.
• Put an end to bloating and discomfort.
• Detox from unhealthy foods so you enjoy all-day energy.
• Turn off your fat storage genes and make long-term weight loss effortless.
• Look and feel younger and healthier than ever!
You’ll be stunned and inspired by the results of an amazing 500-person test panel—men and women who lost weight quickly, and with ease, following the original Zero Belly diet, which included many of these Zero Belly Smoothies. In just the first 14 days
Bob McMicken, 51, lost 16.3 pounds.
Kyle Cambridge, 28, lost 15 pounds.
Martha Chesler, 54, lost 11 pounds.
Matt Brunner, 43, lost 14 pounds.
Focusing your weight-loss efforts on drinks will help you quickly strip away flab in a number of ways. Here’s what makes Zero Belly Smoothies so effective:
1. They take the stress out of cooking and eating well.
Studies have shown that the more diverse your diet, the more likely you are to experience weight gain. In fact, those who ate the widest range of foods showed a 120 percent greater increase in waist circumference compared with those who had the least diversity. In other words, people who have the best success at weight loss pick a set number of foods and tend to stick to them. Zero Belly Smoothies allow you to do exactly that.
2. They crowd out the junk in your diet.
Zero Belly Smoothies come in all different flavors—chocolatey, fruity, green, and even savory—but they all have one thing in common: no added sugars. In a 2015 study in Sweden, researchers followed 42,400 men over the course of 12 years. They found that men who consumed at least two servings per day of sweetened beverages had a 23 percent higher risk of heart failure compared with those who did not.
3. They battle food allergies and reduce inflammation.
What’s also unique about Zero Belly Smoothies is that they are vegan: no milk, no yogurt, no whey protein. Plant-based protein powders are a low-sugar, high-fiber alternative to popular dairy-based supplements. A study by the University of Tampa that compared plant protein with whey found it to be equally as effective at changing body composition and boosting muscle recovery and growth!
4. They make you feel fuller longer!
Studies show that high-protein smoothies are highly effective at rushing nutrients to your muscles and that blended fruit drinks, which include all the fiber, will actually keep you fuller longer than fruit juices.


  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Ballantine Books; 1 edition (June 28, 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0399178449
  • ISBN-13: 978-0399178443
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (327 customer reviews)
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8 thoughts on “Zero Belly Smoothies: Lose up to 16 Pounds in 14 Days and Sip Your Way to A Lean & Healthy You!”

  1. I’ve never been one to have to worry about my weight. Five foot tall with an athletic build (with little effort), hovering around 100 lbs for forever years. Then menopause hit. Over the last few years, I gained 20 lbs, most of it in my trouble area – the belly. Or so, it seemed. 120 may not seem overweight to some, but as a small boned/framed, petite lady, it was like being pregnant two times over.

    A little over four months ago I started to get a grip on it. Never a fan of diets (in theory), I started working out five times a week. A few Leslie Sansone walking videos three times a week and yoga/stretching on alternating weekdays. Since I’ve never really had to worry about what I ate, I didn’t really make any major changes in my diet. It took me two months to snap out of that denial. So, it took me four months to lose 10 lbs.

    I was feeling and looking better, but still wanting to get to my goal weight of 100, which is where I feel most comfortable physically. And my belly was still very much my trouble spot. I started losing momentum on the motivation train. After doing some research, I saw that the Zero Belly Smoothies was coming out in a week. David Zinczenko has been in the belly business for years, so of course, I’d heard of his passion and even though, I’ve never even had a smoothie, I liked the idea of no focused shopping and eating, AND the possibility of losing up to 16 pounds in 14 days.

    It worked. Still working out five times a week (nothing hardcore) and replacing breakfast and dinner with Zero Belly Smoothies – eating pretty much what I wanted, yet sensibly, for lunch and on the weekends, I lost 10 lbs in 10 days, and my belly is as flat as its gonna get.

    The smoothies are quick, easy and delicious.Read more ›

  2. PLEASE DISREGARD the one star rating by Devout Patriot. Not sure if they reviewed the right book. This book is GREAT on my Kindle for PC. The opening pages has a great table of contents that is interactive. You can click on the chapter title and it takes you right to that chapter in the book. Are you in the mood for a Green Smoothie? Tap on “Chapter 6″ and you’re there. Also, the only advertising I have found are three pages where they show companion books – Zero Belly Diet (2 pages) and Zero Belly Cookbook (1 page). There are several chapters before any recipes which discuss many topics…”Busting the Smoothie Myth”, “How Zero Belly Smoothies Smooth Out Your Belly”, etc. These are very informational. But then there is recipe after recipe, all very nicely grouped into themes…Fruit Smoothies, Green Smoothies, Savory Smoothies, etc. I’ve been looking for more options for smoothies that doesn’t require or recommend a specific product or protein brand, etc.

  3. This book is full of delicious, filling smoothie recipes that will work for anyone. They are all vegan and gluten free. Many of them do use almond mill and/or nut butters, so if you have nut allergies you will have fewer choices. These smoothies are based on the Zero Belly Diet, so if you are on that diet this book will give you a ton more choices for how to do the diet. Also, it contains a pretty good summary of the diet, so you don’t have to buy that book first before you can use this book.

  4. Smoothies are delicious. My appetite was curbed. I lost 8 lbs my first week. Also found my craving for sweets was noticibly reduced as well as desire for alcoholic beverages. My favorite is the Apple Pi. Advice provide is very helpful and easy to implement.

  5. this is a good smoothie book, but you need plant protein powder for the smoothies. there are a lot of good smoothies in it

  6. I am astonished that no other reviewers than cheetos are picking up on the errors in this book! The Raspberry Walnut Cake indeed has no protein powder listed in the recipe, and the other ingredients do not begin to approach 30g of protein. Additionally, the recipe lists 1 tablespoon walnuts TWICE! As for the observation about the two blueberry smoothies, cheetos is spot on again. The ingredients are identical, except for unsalted/salted almond butter (note: 1.5 teaspoons equals .5 tablespoon), and the amounts are identical. So how can unsalted/salted account for a difference of 8g of protein? That’s impossible. Salt has NO protein content! Whatever the reason for these errors and more ( e.g., page 134, “Kale ‘n’ Hearty,” where the amounts of chopped cucumber, pear and water are omitted), the author and publisher need to post corrections so that owners of this book can have error free recipes and accurate nutritional content.

  7. This is a great Zero Belly Diet book. I did the ZBD and lost the weight last year. But after falling back into bad habits, I’m back on it. This is the book that’s kickstarted my January return to healthy eating with tasty and simple additions to my menu. Also, I NEVER expected enjoy a savory smoothie. Now I’ve got several to recommend.

  8. This is the BEST smoothie book ever. Who needs extra sweetener when a touch of fruit takes care of that? There are 5 chapters/types of smoothies in this book: fruit, green, nutty/chocolaty, savory, and nutritionist favorites. Each smoothie has protein, fiber, and healthy fat, making it a healthy meal. Smoothies start with nut milk, coconut water, green tea or unsweetened liquid of your choice. Healthy fats include nut butters, avocado, or healthy oils. Vegan protein powder is recommended (I like Orgain chocolate from Costco). Fiber comes from flax, oats, chia, or fruits and vegetables. Boosts include ginger, cayenne, wheatgrass, Cocoa, cinnamon, fresh mint or basil, Matcha powder, turmeric, fish oil or a fiber powder. I really love to add turmeric to my smoothies (always add a little black pepper with turmeric) and if your avocado or fruit is frozen it helps thicken like pudding. These recipes are simple and because they follow the pattern of protein, fiber, and healthy fat, you can interchange your favorites. You will not run out of ideas with this smoothie book and you will find recipes that are satisfying and help you slim down. This book is not a gimmick, it’s a teaching resource with wonderful recipes that will enhance your health.

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