PROLON® IS A 5-DAY MEAL PROGRAM THAT IS CLINICALLY PROVEN TO PROMOTE HEALTH AND LONGEVITY
FMDsTM are clinically proven in human trials to have a positive impact on many health factors.
ProLon is what you eat when you don’t eat
For fasting to be effective, you need to do it for at least five days. And probably not more than five days.
That’s hard. And many people may not be strong enough to do it safely.
So Professor Valter Longo worked out how to carefully calibrate calories to keep your body ‘thinking’ it’s in a fasting state when actually you are eating a small but satisfying quantity of sustaining food.
ProLon supports a 5-day fast that deletes billions of old cells from your body. Even before you start eating again they’re being replaced by new cells that slow the ageing process.
► lose abdominal fat
► improve insulin resistance
► resist chronic inflammation
See for yourself
Look at an overview of what happens to your cells and your metabolism while you undergo a ProLon fast.
► See the benefits of ProLon.
Or tell your doctor
ProLon is a calorie restricted diet formulated to generate changes in glucose, ketone bodies, IGF-1 and IGFBP1 similar to those caused by fasting while providing high nourishment and minimising hunger.
► Here’s some detailed info about what lies behind your ProLon transformation.
This is what you eat
The ProLon® fasting mimicking dietTM is scientifically designed and manufactured under controlled conditions.
The ingredients are plant based and organic. They are grown, harvested and dried under a regime of strict quality control.
The volume of your daily intake of the L-Drink ensures you reach but do not exceed the daily calorie target for your body weight.
Only by consuming the contents in the ProLon box as instructed will you achieve the desired results of rejuvenation and renewal.
ProLon sold in Australia during 2021 may differ in small ways from the above day 1–5 menu. When the slight changes to ProLon made to adapt to the Australian regulatory environment are complete we will update the image above. Please contact us if you have any questions or comments about this. Thanks.
This is what happens
|Day 1||Transition day||
|Day 2||Use of reserves||
|Day 3||Cellular autophagy||
|Day 4||Cell based regeneration||
|Day 5||Regeneration continues||