What does the ProLon ReSet kit contain?
ProLon ReSet consists of plant-based soups, bars, snacks, herbal teas, and supplements designed to help support your fasting. The menu suggests which items to eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but the order in which you consume your food is up to you. Eat and drink only what is in the kit except for water and herbal teas.
Is ProLon ReSet vegan?
ProLon ReSet is mostly vegetarian, although not 100 % vegan. Our bars contain plant-based protein and are made with honey.
Does ProLon ReSet contain gluten?
ProLon ReSet is gluten-free. However, they are produced in facilities that also process wheat, so we recommend you review the list of ingredients here: nutritional information
L-Nutra is concerned about cross-contamination, and we take the quality of our products seriously. As such, we meet or exceed current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) as well as applicable regulatory standards. Please read our nutritional information for more on potential food allergens.
Does ProLon ReSet contain soy?
ProLon ReSet is not formulated nor designed with soy ingredients. However, some of the items are produced in facilities that also process soy. Importantly, these facilities follow or exceed the current GoodManufacturing Practices (cGMPs) which ensure there are allergen control programs in place. Please read our nutritional information for more on potential food allergens.
Does ProLon ReSet contain dairy?
ProLon ReSet contents are dairy-free. However, they are produced in facilities that also process milk or products containing milk, so we recommend you review the list of ingredients here: nutritional information.
How many calories are in ProLon ReSet?
Each kit contains 750 total calories. For additional information on caloric content from each item in ReSet, please read nutritional information.
Is fasting healthy and safe?
Yes of it is done in a controlled fashion that is 100% scientifically proven, such as all Prolon FMT nutrition programs. Due to nature of fasting, there may be some common complaints associated with it including fatigue, headache, dizziness / lightheadedness, musculoskeletal pain, nausea, and difficulty with concentration during the fasting period. Complaints are mild and tolerated for most people.
ProLon ReSet is a food-based programme. Any significant change in diet (including fiber intake) can contribute to changes in your gut such as bloating, cramping and gassiness, constipation or diarrhea.
Although ProLon ReSet is designed to reduce many of these risks of fasting by providing specific macro and micronutrients, because it is still a low-calorie diet, we encourage you to discuss with your healthcare provider whether the practice of fasting or the use of fasting mimicking diet is right for you. Please avoid the following during the 1-day program:
- Any strenuous exercising or activities that may consume a high level of calories.
- Extreme temperature environments like hot tubs and saunas, or driving long distances under strong sun or heat exposure.
Since ProLon ReSet is a food-based programme, please stop the product should you experience any symptom of an allergic reaction such as a rash, change in voice, swelling or fever.
If you feel light-headed or faint, you should eat something, drink juice, or consume a beverage with sugar. If your symptoms do not subside, please contact your health care provider, or if you feel this is a life- threatening emergency, call 118.
I am on ProLon ReSet and have a medical emergency
We're so sorry to hear about your experience. If at any time you're unsure of your well-being or have concerns regarding anything you are experiencing, contact us for nutritional attention at firstname.lastname@example.org or +39 346 082 0000.
I am experiencing adverse effects (headache, fatigue etc.) what should I do?
Individuals experience fasting differently, which may be based on several contributing factors. If you’re unable to tolerate the side effects and you feel that your health is a concern at any time, we recommend consulting with your primary health care provider. If they have any questions, they can contact us directly via e-mail or phone call at email@example.com or +39 346 082 0000, or book an e-consultation with our nutritional coaches by using this link: https://prolon.eu/pages/scientific-team-prolon
If I have a health condition, can I still do ProLon ReSet?
If you have diabetes or are taking any medication that affects blood sugar, please consult with a healthcare provider prior to attempting fasting, including use of with ProLon ReSet, or a low-calorie diet.
Although fasting for short periods is safe for most generally healthy people, you should talk to your healthcare provider before beginning any diet or diet program to ensure it is safe and right for you. Anyone with a pre-existing condition or taking any prescription medications should consult with a healthcare professional before fasting.
Do not fast or use any products for fasting purposes if:
- You have a fever, cough, diarrhea, signs of an active infection, or are at risk for recurrent infection,
- You are underweight, breastfeeding, or pregnant,
- You have dietary restrictions,
- You have a known, suspected, or diagnosed eating disorder, or
- You are under the age of 18 or over the age of 70 unless you are under the supervision of a healthcare provider.