A Fasting Mimicking Diet (FMD™) shifts the body into a state of regenerating and rejuvenating, reducing weight and abdominal fat, while preserving lean body mass. In addition, it helps the body maintain healthy glucose levels, blood pressure, cholesterol, triglycerides and improve the aging process.
The ProLon® FMD™ is the first meal program made of healthy, natural ingredients that you eat for 5 days – but is not recognized by the body as food. This keeps the body in fasting mode. In simple terms, it's fasting with food. ProLon is a safe and easy plant-based, clinically studied, 5-day meal program. Everything you need for each of the 5 days is labeled and separated by day in one convenient box.
Scientifically formulated, highly nourishing, delicious soups, bars, snacks, teas, drinks and supplements that are ready to eat or easy to prepare.
Everyone is different and weight loss varies by individual. ProLon® is clinically proven to help people lose an average of 5 lbs. of fat and 1.2 inches of waist circumference, but many have lost more (see testimonial video), while preserving muscle and bone.
Fasting (the absence of food) is highly challenging, intolerable for most people and comes with significant risks and downsides. By contrast the unique feature of the Fasting Mimicking Diet is the mimicking part. It is designed to deliver benefits similar to those achieved by fasting but also be far more tolerable and avoid the risks and issues presented by fasting.
ProLon® is the evolution of decades of pioneering work on longevity by Dr. Valter Longo and his team at the University of Southern California. Dr. Longo's team conducted the 100 person clinical trial that was published earlier this year where participants followed either the Prolon® FMD™ for three months or ate their usual diet. Profound differences were seen in terms of weight loss, visceral fat loss, blood pressure, blood sugar, blood cholesterol, and markers of inflammation in the Prolon® group.
* Individual results vary. Best results promoted by a healthy lifestyle. Images do not constitute a promise or representation of any particular outcome.