Another Soylent Recipe


#1

I would very much appreciate it if y’all would review it, and make any comments on it.

I decided not to stick with the potassium gluconate, because I thought i could economize the ingredients by using potassium chloride, which in turn, affects my other ingredients.

It isn’t finished because I want to make sure all of the ingredients and ratio’s are right before I buy the material.

I’m still in the process of adding more ingredients to it to finish off the minerals.



#2

3.3 Liters of water? In one go?


#3

My recommendation:
Recheck your numbers.

Calcium Sulfate is 29,4% Calcium and 23,6% Sulfur. Also, why do you have so much of it?

Your sheet currently contains dangerours overdoses of:
Selenium => Selenosis
Molybdenum => Copper deficiency
Calcium => Burnett’s Syndrome
Sulfur => will make the Copper deficiency from your Molybdenum overdose worse, and will also make you fart a lot.

I might of course have missed something.


#4

Thanks a bunch for the recommendations and I will make the changes to the spreadsheet when I get home. the 3.3 liters of water is for the day, and I was going to dilute it in that much water, but I’ve seen posts where people say that soylent is palatable when diluted too far. Therefore, I was going to test how diluted I wanted it to be after I had all the ingredients.


#5

I am not sure, but I think that sulfate is not bioavailable form of sulfur. Your body will not take it as sulfur source.


#6

I researched what you said about sulfate and found something that makes sulfate sound like your body needs it. I’m not too good at researching online, but I will post the link on here. I would appreciate it if you told me what you thought about it. Also, how did you come to find out that sulfate isn’t a bio available source of sulfur? I’m not well versed in nutrition, so if you could tell me your source that might help with my research. thanks



#7

After an afternoon on working on the formula, I have almost completed it, I think. However, I’m still want more feedback on the formula. I’m also going to try to get input from some of the teachers at my school, and I will report my findings on the forum. Please be careful with document. I’m hoping people wont trash the recipe like they did the other guy’s. (I’m keeping a separate copy (you can email me if you want a copy))



#8

How did you get the “needed” figures?


#9

This is for the micro nutrients. However, I wouldn’t follow the calorie figures.
http://fnic.nal.usda.gov/fnic/interactiveDRI/


This is for the Calorie Consumption.
http://www.freedieting.com/tools/calorie_calculator.htm


The Protein largely consists of your own goals. However if you’re trying to maintain normal weight, I would recommend for every kilogram of weight, use .8 grams of protein.