Fasting Diet (PROLON)

For those interested in improving health conditions and weight loss and longevity–this PROLON Fasting Mimicking Diet (FMD) program is amazing! Dr Joel Kahn is a well-known cardiologist in Detroit. Dr Josh spoke with him recently. He’s done almost a dozen of these 5 day 800 calorie FMDs and they’ve helped him lose weight. He said patients really are enthusiastic about the positive results they’ve received; he said they “fly off his shelves like hot cakes.”
So what is it? Prolon is a F.asting M.imicking D.iet, which means that after a lot of research, scientists were able to determine the calorie content and diet content that could get the body to ACT as though it was fasting but in fact be consuming the most calories possible.  Prolon was thus born! A person eats around 800 calories per day for five days with these little soup and meal packets and teas and drinks. Each day’s supply of snacks and meals keep the person feeling like they are eating but they experience all the POSITIVE benefits of fasting: hence the term “FMD” because the diet “mimics” the results one would get from fasting.
Prolon is PLANT-BASED (vegan)
is a SIMPLE solution because everything you need for a full 5 days is contained in the ProlonFMD box that you purchase.
If you are interested, contact DoctorHelman at gmail dot com
as the Prolon product must be obtained through the oversight of a physician. We can give you a code to buy the product through the PROLON official site (only if you have been seen in-person by Dr. Josh). Alternatively you can call Prolon and ask them to refer you to a doctor near where you live.
More questions? Dr. Josh is available for coaching sessions.

DISCLAIMER: This is not intended to be medical advice. Always consult with your physician first.



Benefits of Prolon

Here is the book which explains all about the 5 day Fasting Mimicking Diet:
See this movie about the health benefits of fasting:

Fasting – the movie


DISCLAIMER: This is not intended to be medical advice. Always consult with your physician first.