This post is a sister post to my ProLon review (get $25 off with this coupon code). Below is a list of the products contained within the Prolon FMD diet, including their total calories, macronutrients and ingredients.

Note that I’ve added a section at the bottom for the Soup Variety 2 box that ProLon have added – with some pictures of, and ingredients for, the new soups.

The first image shows the distribution of food across each of the 5 days, this is the version for “soup variety 1”, rather than the new soup options:

 

For “soup variety 2” this is the meal card:

Soups

Minestrone & Quinoa Blend Soup

Minestrone Soup

Mushroom Soup

Tomato Soup

Vegetable Soup

Bars, Crackers & Olives

L-Bar Nut-Based

L-Bar Choco Crisp

L-Bar Kale Crackers

Olives – Garlic Flavored

Olives – Sea Salt Flavored

Teas

L-Drinks

 

Supplements

Algae Oil (200mg Omega-3)

NR-3 Vitamin, Mineral & Amino Acid Supplement

Soup Variety 2 (New)

Unfortunately I haven’t seen the nutritional facts for these soups yet, however we can at least look at the ingredients. I think the ingredients list could be particularly useful for people with intolerances or allergies.

Butternut Squash Soup

Butternut Squash & Quinoa Soup

White Bean & Spinach Soup

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Doug
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Doug

Is there a reason organic ingredients aren’t used in the products? Only the teas use them. Also, what is the source of the vitamin complex, synthetic, or whole food? I ask because the vitamin source is not listed! For example “vitamin C” from ascorbic acid.
Thanks

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I notice that the pourcentage of carbs/protrein/fat in ProLon does not match what is published by Valter Longo ( 47% carb 9% prot 44% fat)
For day 3 for example proteines are much higher (13%).