Most people who follow a low-lectin diet try to omit lectins entirely, including legumes, nightshade vegetables, and certain grains. ProLon does contain lectins, however we believe the health benefits outweigh the concerns for most people, and most people tolerate ProLon well, without any side effects directly attributable to the lectins.
We are developing a version of ProLon for healthcare professionals that contains less lectins, among other things, but that version will only be available through healthcare providers. If you need to contact such a provider, you can find one at our website: https://prolonprofessional.com/pages/find-provider.It is ultimately up to you to determine if ProLon has too many lectins for your particular dietary needs. Unfortunately, there are no good substitutes for any of the items in the program at this time, but it may be possible to obtain extra soups to swap for those you feel you should avoid.