Integrate ProLon in Your Practice

Any registered or accredited Health Care Provider (HCP) such as medical doctor, doctor of osteopathy, naturopath, nutritionist, podiatrist, dentist, chiropractor, clinical psychologist, optometrist, nurse practitioner, nurse-midwife, or a clinical social worker can register with ProLon and then approve their patients or consumers to purchase ProLon.

How Often Should Your Patients Take
the 5-Day ProLon® Diet?

The ProLon clinical trials protocol included three consecutive cycles of
ProLon (5-days per month over three consecutive months). It’s up to the
healthcare professional to decide the best protocol to use for each patient.

For those who are overweight,
we suggest they use ProLon for one four
cycle protocol. You should then re-assess
to determine if they’ve met their goals
or if more cycles would be helpful.

For those non-overweight patients
who eat well and exercise regularly, we
suggest using ProLon 1-4 times a year.

Who Should NOT Use ProLon®

  • Children under the age of 18
  • Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Individuals who are allergic to nuts, celeriac/celery, oats, sesame (see nutrition statement for complete contents).
  • Underweight individuals
  • Individuals diagnosed with a serious medical condition or disease, unless approved by an appropriate healthcare provider.
  • Individuals who, in the opinion of a healthcare provider should not fast or using fasting products for fasting purposes.
  • Individuals with a known, suspected, or diagnosed eating disorder, unless otherwise determined by an appropriate healthcare provider
  • Individuals with a history of cancer, diabetes type 1 or 2, congestive heart failure, or syncope (fainting) unless approved by an appropriate healthcare professional.
  • Individuals who have special dietary needs that are incompatible with the ProLon® meal plan
  • Individuals over the age of 70 unless approved by an appropriate healthcare provider.