Discover what the internet is saying about ProLon.
Yay or nay?
Upgraded Reviews scanned the web to find out what real users are saying about ProLon.
See the highlights below and decide for yourself!
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“The ProLon meals are plant-based and low-protein.”
“The ProLon Fasting Mimicking Diet plan includes five-day, prepackaged meal kits.”
“I’d recommend it for someone who wants to slim down at short notice.”
“ProLon offers a 30-day refund policy on all unopened boxes.”
“The diet appears to be safe.”
“It aims to nourish the body while convincing it that it is fully fasting.”
“The meals are designed to theoretically trick your body into going into “fasting mode” while still getting some food.”
“I lost four kilos, and gained just one back a week after I finished.”
“All foods are vegetarian, as well as gluten- and lactose-free.”
“All meals and snacks are whole-food derived and plant based.”
“It aims to induce the body to protect itself and rejuvenate in response to five consecutive days of fasting.”
“All your food for five days is prepared and portioned.”
“ProLon Fasting Mimicking Diet is supported by research.”
“It promises to mimic the effects of fasting, while still providing you with enough plant-based nourishment.”
“ProLon is a natural, gluten-free, plant-based meal program.”
“It promotes weight loss.”
“It doesn’t require ongoing lifestyle changes.”
“The data that exists so far is promising.”
“All orders come with free standard shipping and no sales tax, except in CA.”
“It’s not recommended that you exercise while on ProLon.”
“ProLon is not for everyone.”
“To make sure you’re a candidate, you’ll need to take a short self-assessment evaluation when purchasing.”
“ProLon does not recommend its diet to pregnant or breastfeeding women.”
“But at the current price point, the ProLon meal kits are not affordable for many people.”
“You’ll also need to complete a guidance call with the company’s dietitian or nurse practitioner to finish processing your order.”
“ProLon can currently be purchased in the US and Italy.”
“More research will be needed to tell if this sort of fast can truly transform health.”
⚖️ Final Say
Read the summaries of what reviewers think about ProLon below.
“ProLon is a scientifically developed and clinically tested periodic meal plan that promises to mimic the effects of fasting, while still providing you with enough plant-based nourishment—including essential vitamins and amino acids—to remain satisfied throughout the process. ProLon is not for everyone and should only be used by “healthy individuals who want to optimize their health and wellbeing.””
“It’s easy to follow. All your food for five days is prepared and portioned – the most work required is boiling some of the soups. The first few days of headaches, dizziness and lack of energy make it difficult to live normal life. ProLon can currently be purchased in the US and Italy, and will be available in Australia by the end of 2017.”
“The ProLon meals are plant-based and low-protein. The meals are designed to theoretically trick your body into going into “fasting mode” while still getting some food. The ProLon meal kits are not affordable for many people. More research will be needed to tell if this sort of fast can truly transform health.”
“The ProLon Fasting Mimicking Diet is a high-fat, low-calorie intermittent fasting diet that may promote fat loss and reduce blood sugar, inflammation, and cholesterol — similar to other fasting methods.”
“ProLon is a natural, gluten-free, plant-based meal program that can be taken for five-days per month. It aims to nourish the body while convincing it that it is fully fasting. It aims to induce the body to protect itself and rejuvenate in response to five consecutive days of fasting.”