Long time readers know I’ve had great success with ProLon FMD. I began my first round in 2019 and felt the results both physically and mentally. The FMD kick started my journey to a healthier me I didn’t think was possible at my age. But recently, life and stress interfered with my focus and I needed a “push” to get back on track. That’s a key reason I return to the FMD a couple of times a year. I refer to these subsequent rounds as my ProLon Push. They help me regain my focus and motivation to lead a healthier lifestyle.
In previous posts, all linked below, I talk in detail about my experience with the FMD, plus some tips that helped me along the way.
I want to add here one thing I’ve noticed that makes a big difference for me in maintaining any weight loss and good eating habits. Although the FMD is a five day program, if I use Day Six and the following few days as a transitional continuation of the program, the results from the FMD stick. This may sound obvious and is part of ProLon’s recommendation, but some people ignore this detail and jump right back into their old ways.
One of my favorite benefits from ProLon is a renewed approach to eating and recognition of how much I actually need to feel satisfied. Treating the days following the FMD equally as important as the five day fast is key for me to ensure long lasting results.
The last couple of years, I’ve done a round of ProLon at the end of summer. It sets the tone and pushes me both mentally and physically to maintain good habits as we approach the upcoming holiday season.
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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.