I don’t go 100% every day, but I do on many days. On days when I work out, I’m never quite sure what the ideal pre-workout or post-workout foods are and I got into Soylent because I like simplicity, so if I’d otherwise be aiming for 100% Soylent, I’d like to at least get as close to that as possible.
What I do now when I’m aiming for 100%ish:
NON-WORKOUT DAYS: 2000 calories (5 bottles) of Soylent 2.0, often supplemented by an RX Bar (usually 210 calories).
WORKOUT DAYS: same amount of Soylent (make sure one is about an hour before the gym), 2 RX Bars, sometimes an RTD post-workout drink like Muscle Milk but usually not because honestly I’m still not clear on which of these drinks are worthwhile and which are just garbage.
What I’m thinking might make sense:
NON-WORKOUT DAYS: replace the RX Bar with Squared, on the assumption that’d be more nutritionally balanced (although I haven’t researched that yet)
WORKOUT DAYS: 2000 calories of Soylent and a post-workout Bridge? (And maybe also Squared if I’m hungry, and maybe also RX Bars if I want something higher in protein?)
Iffy about that use of Bridge because I know carbs are your friend post-workout, but maybe my next regular Soylent would have me covered there? (In case anyone asks, my primary workout goal right now is weight loss, with building muscle as a secondary goal.)
Thanks for any advice!