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Special Group Fast with ProLon Program

Mar 28, 2020 11:40AM ● By Shannon McKenzie

To help strengthen the immune system, which is especially critical now during the current outbreak of coronavirus in the U.S. and worldwide, Janis Thayer, an integrative natural medicine therapist, is offering the patented ProLon Fasting Mimicking Diet which she attests is the first clinically tested, scientific breakthrough that gives one’s body the cell-based rejuvenation of a five-day fast while getting to eat real food. Describing it as the best way to strengthen and rejuvenate one’s immune system, stem cells and health in only five days, she’s organizing a special Magic of 5 group fast using the low-calorie, plant-based meal program from April 26 through 30 at a special reduced cost.

“We call it fasting 2.0,” says Thayer, a traditional naturopath and board-certified health coach. “One of the most beneficial forms of fasting is what’s known as a ‘prolonged fast’ which is different from intermittent fasting. The magic number of five days is where remarkable healing and regeneration begins to take place. A new program to bypass a water-only fast, ProLon, [provides] the same benefits, but with food.”

She’ll be available to help all participants through the process, answer questions and share what others have experienced. No meetings are involved. After registering, Thayer will arrange for kits to be shipped to participants directly. 

 

Group fast cost: $199 including shipping, $50 off normal cost. For more information or to register (by April 18), call 704-455-4710 or email [email protected]. Also visit ProLonfmd.com.
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