Diabetes Reversal Program
with Fasting Mimicking Technology (FMT)
FMT: What Is it?
Developed at the Longevity Institute of USC, the FMT is a structured dietary protocol designed to mimic the effects of fasting while still providing necessary nourishment to the body.
During the FMT, you consume a specialized low-calorie, plant-based diet for five days. This unique dietary composition allows the body to experience the beneficial effects of fasting, such as cellular rejuvenation and activation of various repair mechanisms, while still providing essential nutrients. LEARN MORE
FMT may help modulate immune responses and reduce inflammation, potentially offering relief to individuals with autoimmune disorders, including ulcerative colitis, multiple sclerosis, & rheumatoid arthritis.
Belly Fat & Weight Loss
Belly fat, particularly visceral fat, has been linked to an increased risk of various health conditions. FMT has shown promising results in targeting and reducing belly fat by supporting fat metabolism and promoting weight loss.
High blood pressure is a common risk factor for cardiovascular disease. FMT has been shown to support blood pressure reduction and improve overall cardiovascular health.
Elevated cholesterol levels can contribute to heart disease. FMT has the potential to lower LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglyceride levels, thus promoting a healthier lipid profile.
Diabetes & Insulin Resistance
FMT has demonstrated positive effects on blood sugar control and insulin sensitivity. By optimizing insulin levels and promoting metabolic flexibility, FMT may aid in managing diabetes and reducing the risk of insulin resistance.
Preliminary studies indicate FMT may benefit cognitive and neurodegenerative disorders, such as dementia. FMT may also improve cancer therapies.