This post was SPONSORED by ProLon. All opinions are my own.
Wouldn’t it be sublime if you could finally get rid of the visceral fat around your belly, have more energy, and help your cells act like they did when you were younger, in only three months?
You wouldn’t have to starve, suffer on a never-ending diet where you deprive yourself of so many foods you enjoy, or exercise incessantly to ensure that all these awesome things actually do take place in your body.
Here’s what you’ll have to do: Eat a meticulously formulated, strictly controlled assortment of food with high healthy fat, very low protein, a moderate amount of carbs, low sugar and salt for only five days a month, for three consecutive months. You’ll accomplish all the really good things that fasting does, but it’ll be safer and easier, give you more energy, and, you’ll get to eat!
This game-changing dietary program, called the ProLon® Fasting Mimicking Diet (FMD™), has been scientifically proven to positively impact biological aging and related health risk factors. Those are pretty weighty claims, but considering more than $26 million of federally funded research went into creating the program, and it was in development for 20 years, I wanted to give it a try and tell you about it!
Throughout my experience (at the time of writing this it was day 4!) I’ve lost weight; my mind is clearer and brighter; my insides feel ‘cleaner’, and I have plenty of energy. Going on the plan isn’t the easiest undertaking (I felt a bit headachy on the second and third days), but I forge on when I think of all the great things it’s doing for me. Eating like this for five days isn’t an insurmountable goal. Over 20,000 people have already experienced the diet.
Fasting Isn’t Fun, But It Really Makes Sense
Improving our health by fasting dates back many centuries; as a matter of fact, Hippocrates and Plato were big fans of fasting. Can’t get better endorsements than theirs, even if they’re not on Yelp! And, scientists believe that ever since hunter-gatherers had erratic access to food, humans have evolved with livers and muscles that store quickly accessible carbohydrates in the form of glycogen, and fat tissue holding long-lasting energy reserves. We could sustain ourselves for weeks without food, as long as we had water!