Perricone Prescription Overview
Dr. Nicholas Perricone is known as the ‘Father of the anti-inflammation theory’ and with good reason. Dr. Perricone has spent many years exploring the link between how what we put into our bodies can affect the way we age, particularly in terms of our skin. He claims that aging and wrinkled skin is a disease that can be treated with the right combination of foods and topical applications.
The Perricone Cosmeceuticals website is a very clinical and straightforward site. It covers all aspects of The Perricone Prescription, including skin care products, supplements and best selling books. There is a lot of information about Perricone himself including his background and his theories. There are also links to his appearances in the media, which include the Oprah show and CNN.
The site details Perricone’s 28-day diet plus his famed 3-day facelift, which is often called a ‘facelift in your fridge’. The site features absolutely no testimonials or success stories although good reviews of both the regime and the books can be found on many independent websites. There is a brief FAQ section although this mainly addresses the site’s ordering process.
Perricone Prescription – Product Description
The range of books by Dr. Perricone is all available through major online retailers such as Amazon which is linked on the website. The price of the Perricone Prescription diet book was $27.95 for the hardcover, although it costs less if bought either used or in paperback.
There is not much information regarding the actual Perricone 28-day diet on the website, although it does detail the theory and basics of the plan. The overall diet is based on low glycemic index foods such as whole grains, vegetables and seeds, which allow the user to feel satisfied for longer, plus good fats and essential fatty acids which are found in some fish and nuts. The diet prohibits processed foods, alcohol and caffeine but encourages drinking 8-10 glasses of pure water per day and the anti-oxidant rich Green Tea. The diet consists of 3 meals a day and two snacks plus up to 25 supplements.
The 3-day facelift is a stricter version of the above and, amongst other foods, requires two servings of salmon per day, obviously not suitable if one either dislikes the fish or is a vegetarian.
Perricone Prescription Advantage
- The Perricone Prescription addresses anti-aging and weight loss
- Dr. Perricone has a good reputation and is an in-demand expert on health issues
- The Perricone Diet includes a good variety of food including the often ‘forbidden’ fats
- The diet encourages a regular exercise routine
- The diet book can be bought from independent retailers for a discounted price
- The website details the ‘science’ behind the Perricone theory
Perricone Prescription Drawbacks
- Some experts are sceptical about Perricone’s ‘inflammation theory’
- The diet can be expensive, requiring costly ingredients
- The plan calls for a large amount of additional supplements to be taken
- The plan is not suitable for vegetarians
- Dr. Perricones skin care treatments are very expensive (for example, the popular Face Firming Activator costs $120.00 for a 1.7oz bottle)
Perricone Prescription – The Bottom Line
Overall, it seems as though the Perricone Prescription is designed for the older client who has the financial means to be able to follow Dr. Perricones advice. Nowhere on the website does it state how much weight one can expect to lose and it probably would not be the right plan for anyone more concerned with their weight than the state of their skin.
**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available informations and our estimation of efficacy.
*Result may vary. If you are pregnant, nursing, have a serious medical condition, or have a history of heart conditions we suggest consulting with a physician before using any supplement. The information contained in this website is provided for general informational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease and should not be relied upon as a medical advice. Always consult your doctor before using any supplements.
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