I mentioned previously that I wanted to do the ProLon FMD quarterly. Since I completed the last “fast” in January, I’m now due. I don’t know about you, but I’m anxious to get back to normalcy in both diet and exercise. After every round of the FMD, I feel like I’ve re-set my nutritional mindset and body performance. I could use that about now.
Please be aware of the following formal disclosure from ProLon regarding fasting during the COVID crisis:
“We hope that you and your loved ones are healthy and safe during this time! Many are asking whether it is advised to use ProLon® Fasting Mimicking Diet® in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. L-Nutra did not test nor has data on fasting mimicking concurrent with or around viral infections. We advise that:
- If you are healthy and if you are practicing social distancing, then you may consider ProLon for supporting your general health.
- if you are over 65 years old, are at higher risk (see www.cdc.gov), or currently have an active infection or symptoms of an infection, and either are planning to start ProLon, or are using ProLon; please do not start or please discontinue its use and return to a high nourishment diet until all symptoms have resolved and you are well again.
- If you have any additional questions on whether fasting is right for you during this period, we advise you to contact your health care provider.
For general healthy eating at home, you can consider our division called Nutrition for Longevity® (N4L), where we own our organic farm and source our seeds and grains. From our farm, we make our meals and can ship them directly to your home. We also ship boxes of Fast Bar® directly to your home, which is designed for Intermittent Fasting and can be used as a healthy snack alternative.”
If ProLon is new to you, please read my previous posts on the FMD protocol here.
ProLon is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease and these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.
The information and opinions expressed are my own. I am not a healthcare professional and you should always consult your physician, doctor, or healthcare provider before beginning any weight loss, nutrition or exercise program.