Demographics: Main goal=Weightloss/Main goal=Convenience


#1

Main goal=Convenience


#2

Main goal=Convenience


#3

Main goal=Convenience.

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#4

Main goal=Convenience/Health


#5

Main goal=Convenience
Seondary goal=Improved mental performance


#6

Main goal= Performance, Time


#7

Both?

I want convenience and at the same time getting something healthy and easy will help me stop eating fast/junk food for breakfast and lunch. I’m hoping that with a mild workout routine and better soylent-based diet I’ll be able to lose weight.


#8

Same as above. A constant healthy diet that’s easy to use.


#9

45% convenience
45% weight management/health
10% for backpacking


#10

convenience

I just got my bloodwork done (been 15 years, doctor wanted it), and the results were extremely good. So I don’t need soylent for health. I love exercise, do so 4 times a week, and am fit so I don’t need it for weight loss. When I first backed soylent, over a year ago, I was having annoying allergy problems; I figured that trying soylent would give me a strong indication whether my allergies were from food or air. But since then I’ve discovered that a daily nasal rinse keeps the allergies tolerable, so I don’t care so much where they come from at this point.

Suddenly it seems weird that I’m trying it at all. Oh well.


#11

Regarding allergies, keep in mind that airborne allergies can still be impacted by a change in diet. My gal’s allergies completely vanished when she started on Soylent. And they were all very directly attributable to air - pollen, dust, and related airborne stuff from all the gardening & yard work she does. Now none of her former allergies bother her at all, no more congestion, stuffy headaches, itchy eyes, etc. etc.


#12

Main goal=Convenience

Actually…
Main goal=Only what my body needs

EDIT: Removed rant


#13

Main Goal= Health

I eat horribly, although the last 2 years I have been improving my diet by introducing new things. I started seeing a psychologist 2 years ago to help me broaden my diet.


#14

Main Goal=Health

My diet was pretty bad. As in very narrow and pretty much all unhealthy. I actually am trying to gain a little weight. I haven’t got Soylent yet but have been doing DIY for 4+ months. I lost a couple pounds and then stabilized. I decided to try to gain a little weight so have been over 2000 calories a day for a while. I am 5’11" male and am just under 170 pounds. I’ve been exercising a bit so that uses most of the calories over 2000. Before DIY soylent, I didn’t have enough calories (or protein) to put on enough muscle to look “normal”.


#15

Health, Convenience, Price Factor, Weight Loss. In that order.


#16

Main goal=Convenience


#17

Main goal=weight loss


#18

Main goal, convenience and health. I’ve been eating too much highly processed food.


#19

Main goal=Weight Loss


#20

Main goal is convenient complete nutrition. I was hoping for some natural weight loss but on fact in gaining weight on Soylent. I’m not 100% Soylent but it is allowing me to efficiently consume calories.