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ProLon®

How To Take ProLon®

How Often Should You Take the 5-Day ProLon® Diet?

How To Take ProLon®

ProLon® is a low-calorie diet. Do not start if:

  • You are allergic to nuts, soy, oats, sesame, or celery/celeriac (ProLon® contains these)
  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • You have dietary restrictions or a fever, cough, diarrhea, or signs of an active infection.
  • If you are underweight per the chart below, or have experienced protein deficiency or are malnourished:
  • Four Feet Eleven Inches - 5 Feet 2 Inches and under 100 pounds
  • Five Feet Three Inches - 5 Feet 4 Inches and under 105 pounds
  • Five Feet Five Inches - 5 Feet 7 Inches and under 115 pounds
  • Five Feet Eight Inches - 5 Feet 10 Inches and under 125 pounds
  • Five Feet Eleven Inches - 6 Feet and under 135 pounds
  • Six Feet One Inches - 6 Feet 4 Inches and under 150 pounds

Important information for those with diagnosed medical conditions or age restrictions:

Do not use the ProLon® Fasting Mimicking Diet™ without a doctor’s supervision if you have a diagnosed medical condition or are under 18 or over 70. Diagnosed medical condition especially includes diabetes (types 1 or 2), cardiovascular disease, cancer, kidney disease, liver disease, or any history of fainting (syncope)

Since ProLon is a low-calorie diet, please avoid the following during the 5-days of the program:

• Any strenuous exercising or activities that may consume a high level of calories.

• Extreme temperature environments like hot tubs and saunas, or driving long distances under strong sun or heat exposure.

• Since ProLon is a food based program, please stop the product should you experience any symptom of an allergic reaction such as a rash, change in voice, swelling or fever.

• If you feel light headed or faint, you should eat something or drink juice or consume a beverage with sugar. If your symptoms do not subside, please contact your physician.

ProLon is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases.

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