In order to get all of the calories I need in a day after exercise (~3000), I have been eating about 2 extra full meals of normal foods that are largely starch based. Is this safe? it seems like I might be hitting the upper limit on a lot of these micro-nutrients after consuming a full 2000 calorie bag of Soylent, but I’m not sure.
I generally eat Soylent all throughout the day and then some brown rice with vegetables, supplemented with some type of protein like steak or chicken for dinner. Then I eat some sourdough bread with peanut butter and raisins. I’m generally walking around 10+ miles a day and also running several miles for exercise afterward, so this amount of calories definitely feels necessary.
Anybody else doing this? I know the bioavailbility of these micronutrients from normal foods makes it so you really don’t absorb as much as the raw vitamin form from Soylent, but I’ve just wanted to make sure this is a healthy routine for the long term.