I ask because if people drink the same volume from 1.0/1.2 as from 1.1, and yet experience a “fuller” feeling from 1.0/1.2 … it isn’t really because you’ve just eaten more food.
And it is also known (khaleesi) that one of the main symptoms of indigestion is a “full feeling”.
I love soylent except for the fact that I’ve had major heartburn problems that were only slightly ameliorated by 1.1 . It’s probably related to the same thing that is causing gas in other people. Since they’re bring back the “satiety” in 1.2, I’m having to put my subscription on pause until they figure it out. But I’m also thinking it’s possible that by the time they figure it out, people are going to have to say goodbye to that “full feeling” since they might just be celebrating their own indigestion.
BTW, just one data point of many. I’ve had borderline high cholesterol for 2-3 years now. I just had my physical after three months of 75% soylent (25% normal food, probably healthier than I normally eat). My LDL didn’t budge, my HDL went down 20% (bad, but I’m still above average), and my Trigs went way up (still in normal range, but on the high side). Disappointing. Blood sugar levels were outstanding, though.