Someone I was discussing Soylent with raised a concern; what kind of effects on oral health would a liquid diet have over “normal” food?
The concern specifically was, since you don’t have to chew Soylent, that the teeth and gums won’t be as supportive over-time.
I haven’t heard of such a concern before, but I’m wondering if anyone else has any discussion to contribute about it? In a hypothetical situation, say I use Soylent exclusively for a year or two, and then attempt to eat a medium-well-done steak. Would I be able to chew the steak comfortably?