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While we did not measure muscle mass, ProLon® demonstrated preservation of lean body mass. Lean body mass is (bone + muscle/ everything else in your body) in clinical trials.
We recommend to follow the clinical trial once per month for three consecutive months. After completing the 1st three cycles, you can do the program from time to time when you are looking for rejuvenation.
EFSA has set average requirements (ARs) for energy intake for adults, infants and children, and pregnant and breastfeeding women. The ARs provide a best estimate of the energy needs of population groups within Europe and will help policymakers to develop and monitor nutrition programmes to promote public health including the establishment of food-based dietary guidelines. More information can be found here: https://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/press/news/130110
ProLon® FMD® is well tolerated by most individuals. Common complaints reported in our clinical trial were fatigue, headache, and difficulty with concentration. Complaints are mild and tolerated for most people.
ProLon® provides the body with a scientifically developed combination of micro and macronutrients designed to keep the body nourished while going through the rejuvenating process of the fasting state.
ProLon® has been studied in a wide range of individuals with different caloric needs and found to be safe. The overall meal program was effective at inducing a fasting state in people with a wide range of body mass index (BMI), and the L-Drink is dosed per individual body weight to provide just enough glycerin to support fasting mode.
ProLon® contains some products that are made with organic ingredients, but they are not certified organic.
As food, ProLon® does not require FDA approval.
You can find a list of the science and research behind FMD on our website: Scientific Studies
The proprietary dietary formulation is based on decades of scientific research, including preclinical and clinical trials put together to mimic fasting, while optimizing nourishment. A published clinical trial supports ProLon®.