Integrate ProLon in Your Practice

Any licensed Health Care Provider (HCP) such as medical doctor, doctor of osteopathy, 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 obese or overweight,
we suggest they use ProLon for one three
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 1-2 times a year.

Who Should NOT Use ProLon®

  • Children under the age of 18
  • Women who are pregnant or nursing
  • Individuals who are allergic to nuts or soy
  • Individuals with a Body Mass Index (BMI) <18
  • Individuals diagnosed with serious medical condition or disease, unless approved in writing by a physician appropriately trained to treat that condition
  • Individuals who have been severely weakened by a disease or medical procedure
  • Individuals who are taking medications which may not be safely consumed with a calorie restricted diet unless authorized in writing by a licensed physician
  • Individuals with Diabetes (type 1 and type 2), cardiovascular disease and cancer, unless approved in writing by a licensed physician. ProLon® should never be combined with glucose lowering drugs, such as metformin or insulin
  • Fasting is prohibited for individuals with particular metabolic diseases, such as those affecting gluconeogenesis.
  • Individuals with a history of significant cardiac disease, particularly uncompensated congestive heart failure NYHA grade 2 or more or LVEF <40% on any prior assessment
  • Individuals with a history of syncope (fainting) with calorie restriction or other medical co-morbidities
  • Individuals who have special dietary needs that are incompatible with the ProLon® meal plan
  • Individuals with liver or kidney disorders that may be affected by the very low glucose and protein content of the diet