The ProLon Fasting Mimicking Diet
The ProLon® Fasting Mimicking Diet (FMD™) is based on the research completed by Dr. Valter Longo at the Longevity Institute at the University of Southern California (USC).
ProLon is a plant-based meal plan that lasts for five consecutive days. The diet include soups, crackers, energy bars, energy drinks and supplements all designed to nourish the body and facilitate healthy changes.
While on the ProLon diet, the body goes into a fasting mode. In this state, the cells go into a protective mode which ultimately promotes health and longevity. After completing the 5-day diet, one returns to their normal diet for the remainder of the month and experiences the rejuvenating and regenerative impact of going through this fasting mimicking diet.
The Fasting Mimicking Diet Can Result In...
Decreased abdominal fat
Stem cell regeneration
Preservation of lean body mass
Maintenance of healthy levels of:
C-reactive protein (an inflammation marker)
Insulin-like growth factor 1 (a mortality marker)
The Science Behind ProLon®
Many pre-clinical and clinical studies to understand the drivers for aging and human healthspan have been conducted by the Longevity Institute at USC under the sponsorship of the National Institute of Aging and the National Institute of Health. This work serves as the foundation of the proprietary fasting mimicking diet (FMD™).
Who Can Use ProLon®
ProLon® is intended to be used by healthy individuals under a healthcare provider’s supervision. Talk to your provider about whether ProLon is right for you. You will need your health care provider's authorization to order ProLon.
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