FAQs

What is the purpose of rice flour in the soups?
Rice flour is a non-gluten thickening agent used to give the soups body and make them more filling.
Is the sunflower oil in the kale crackers hydrogenated or not?
The sunflower oil in the kale crackers is NOT hydrogenated.
Salt content in ProLon:
The sodium content varies slightly between the days, ranging between 1.7 and 1.9 grams per day. This amount meets the criteria for the American Heart Association’s recommended daily salt intake for a heart-healthy diet.  Sodium helps your body hold onto...
Is ProLon FODMAP-friendly?
ProLon does include ingredients like peas, beans, coconut flour, onion, garlic, and more. It’s extremely difficult to quantify the specific amount due to how the soups are made, so ultimately, it’s up to you and your healthcare provider to determine...
Is ProLon kosher?
We are currently working on kosher certification for ProLon.
Is ProLon certified as Halal?
Yes, ProLon is certified as halal
Is the gelatin capsule vegan?
The gelatin capsule is vegan. At this time are currently transitioning so the capsule also contains only vegan ingredients.
Is there wheat in the product?
ProLon is not formulated or designed with any ingredients containing wheat, but some of the products are made in places that also process wheat. If you have a severe allergy to wheat, please consult with your healthcare professional and read...
Are there "natural flavors" in any of the ingredients?
Yes. The L-Bars and L-Drink are made using natural flavors. In addition, the soups have natural flavors which are a proprietary blend of plant-derived herbs and spices for unique flavor.
What is DHA in the algal oil?
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) is an omega-3 fatty acid.
Are the foods sweetened with Stevia?
No, ProLon does not contain Stevia.
Is there soy in ProLon?
ProLon is not formulated or designed with soy ingredients with the exception of the soy lecithin found in the Algal Oil soft gel.
Are all of the components of ProLon considered organic?
ProLon contains some products that are made with organic ingredients, but they are not certified organic
Is ProLon FODMAP-friendly?
ProLon does include ingredients like peas, beans, coconut flour, onion, garlic, and more. It’s extremely difficult to quantify the specific amount due to how the soups are made, so ultimately, it’s up to you and your healthcare provider to determine...
I'm sensitive or allergic to certain food. Can I still do ProLon®?
We can’t predict how everyone will respond to the program, or to a particular ingredient in the food. If you're concerned, you should discuss your food sensitivities with a healthcare provider before starting.   ProLon contains nuts, celeriac/celery, oats, and...
Are all of the components of ProLon considered organic?
ProLon contains some products that are made with organic ingredients, but they are not certified organic.
Is ProLon gluten-free?
ProLon is free of gluten-containing ingredients. Any individual with a medical condition (such as Celiac Disease) should consult and work with their health care team to establish suitability. ProLon is composed of various different food items, which are gluten-free. L-Nutra...
Does ProLon® contain gluten or ingredients from Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)?
L-Nutra is working to ensure all of our products are and remain GMO-free. Please read nutrition information for more on potential food allergens.
Is there soy in ProLon?
ProLon is not formulated or designed with soy ingredients with the exception of the soy lecithin found in the Algal Oil soft gel.
Is ProLon manufactured in facilities which also process soy?
There is no soy in the product in the US market. Some of the ProLon foods are manufactured in facilities which process other foods containing soy. However, these facilities follow or exceed the current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) which ensure...