Is intended for use by healthy individuals who want to optimize their health and wellbeing, by overweight or obese individuals who want to manage their weight in an easy and healthy way, and by people who have well-known markers for chronic and unhealthy conditions. ProLon has been clinically proven to reduce multiple biomarkers for aging and negative conditions such as abdominal fat, waist circumference, glucose, IGF-1, and CRP.
The ProLon dietary program requires guidance from a healthcare provider, such as a dietitian or nurse practitioner, for healthy individuals or a physician for individuals at risk for side effects or presenting certain diseases.
How to Take ProLon®
Consume the ProLon® meal plan for 5 consecutive days every 1 to 6 months based on need and recommendations by your health care provider.
Do not consume any other food and preferably no additional liquid other than water. Your doctor can approve exceptions.
Resume your normal diet for the rest of the month, making sure to undergo the one day transition diet at the end of the 5 days.
Instructions included in each ProLon® carton.
Participants in the clinical trials consumed ProLon once a month for 3 consecutive months.
How Often Should You Take The 5-Day ProLon® Diet?
Depending on your body weight, baseline markers and health measurements, and after the evaluation and recommendation of your health care provider:
High risk individuals: 3-12 times a year depending on condition
Low risk or healthy individuals: 2-3 times a year
If you think that ProLon® may be right for you, contact your health care provider who can recommend and authorize the use of ProLon®; or contact us and we will get in touch with your health care provider or help find one near you.
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Individuals diagnosed with serious medical condition or disease, unless approved in writing by a physician appropriately trained to treat that condition
Individuals who have been severely weakened by a disease or medical procedure
Individuals who are taking medications which may not be safely consumed with a calorie restricted diet unless authorized in writing by a licensed physician
Individuals with Diabetes (type 1 and type 2), cardiovascular disease and cancer, unless approved in writing by a licensed physician. ProLon® should never be combined with glucose lowering drugs, such as metformin or insulin
Fasting is prohibited for individuals with particular metabolic diseases, such as those affecting gluconeogenesis.
Individuals with a history of significant cardiac disease, particularly uncompensated congestive heart failure NYHA grade 2 or more or LVEF <40% on any prior assessment
Individuals with a history of syncope (fainting) with calorie restriction or other medical co-morbidities
Individuals who have special dietary needs that are incompatible with the ProLon meal plan
Individuals with liver or kidney disorders that may be affected by the very low glucose and protein content of the diet