I have Cystic Fibrosis with is a gene defect that affects my nutritional intake a lot.
My physician told me that I need to have about 130 % of calories that “normal people” need. Basically I would run through Soylent faster than others, then. Except if I tune up with regular food and still take a day’s worth of Soylent. Given that I probably can’t get Soylent (or an alternative like Schmoylent) right now anyway (I am in Europe), I should probably opt for DiY. I figure I just increase the flour and oils (since I can’t ingest fats right) to get a larger amount of calories… Any comments?
To offset my bad capabilities to absorb fats and fat-related vitamins (A D E K) I get the prescribed pill described here: http://diy.soylent.me/recipes/reinfarn .
Should I even account for this pill? Should I ignore it’s existance in soylent-related DiYs? Because some DiYs tend to go OVER the maximum allowed amount for a vitamin when I add this pill. I figure that because I absorb it badly, it actually will be a lot less (and under the maximum?) for me. But I don’t know. Anyone have any advice in this direction?