There's no one way to define a cleanse. There are juice cleanses, gut cleanses, liver cleanses, etc., each with various ingredients and protocols. But none produce the deepest form of cleansing called autophangy - cleansing at the cellular level.
Autophagy is the state in which the worn-out parts of cells are gathered and discarded. This is followed by the release of molecules that rejuvenate existing cells. It's your body's way of cleaning
house. But autophagy can only be attained through a prolonged fast.
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ProLon unlocks the power fasting and rejuvenates the body at a cellular level. Here's what happens when you harness the power of fasting
Transforming to a Fasting State: This triggers fat-buring mode.
Fat Burning & Ketogenesis: Fat-burning ramps up. Ketosis may occur.
Autophagy Clean-Up State: Fat-burning and ketosis increase.
Cellular Rejuvenation: Cellular renewal & fat-burning continues.
Renewal & Change: Fast completed, yet cellular renewal continues.
ProLon offers the benefit of a cleanse at the cellular level.
Cells go through a self-cleaning and renewal process (autophagy) during a prolonged fast such as ProLon, so you can experience the ultimate cleanse - one at the cellular level.
A survey of real ProLon users revealed many emotional benefits, after the completion of the 5-day fast:
- + Greater energy
- + Diminished Cravings
- + Better portion control
- + More mindful of what they ate
- + Motivated to adopt a healthier lifestyle
Deeper into the science of fasting mimicking nutrition.
There is no other Fasting Mimicking nutrition plan on the market that has been clinically studied like the FMD, which has published peer-reviewed clinical research to support its effectiveness and benefits at the cellular level.
ProLon was developed by Valter Longo, PhD, director of the Longevity Institute at University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles. ProLon’s research partners include well respected organizations, such as Mayo Clinic and Stanford University in the United States, as well as Leiden University in the Netherlands, Humboldt University in Germany, and the University of Genoa