Remember, most regular Soylent consumers have variety in their diets. I don’t think we know how many 100% Soylent consumers there are, but my bet is that the numbers are very low, and even possibly zero. Even the inventor of Soylent only used it to the exclusion of everything else for a comparatively short time, and the last I heard, he typically has non-Soylent every week.
I spent a long time in Berkeley living on a very limited diet of falafels and halvah – I’m strange, sorry. But I never referred to nutritional charts --I just assumed that if what I was eating or not eating was bad for me, I would not feel good and would have to change my diet or see a doctor.
Do you think that people like me who tend to obsessively stay on the same diets should go to a doctor and check with him or her first? Because for reasons unrelated to Soylent I see lots of doctors and none of them seem very interested in what food I consume. Their attitude seems to be that I’m doing well, so they don’t care what I eat.