This is a companion post to my ProLon review. Below is a list of the products contained within ProLon, allowing people with allergies or special dietary needs to easily check the 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

John Alexander

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Alexis
Alexis
3 months ago

Does it matter if you eat the entire day’s food at once?

Leilah
Leilah
3 months ago

I’m curious what your thoughts are on the L-drink? Does this provide anything that is valuable or is it essentially the same/healthier to just drink water?

Doug
Doug
11 months ago

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

Doug
Doug
Reply to  John Alexander
11 months ago

Thanks John for the feed back to my questions.

Phil
Phil
1 year ago

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%).