Alright, I stated working on this soylent roughly6 months ago, and I’ve been using it for roughly 60% of my meals since then. I’ve been adjusting it for taste and based on how I’ve felt since then, and I finally think I found a recipe that I can commit to 100%.
It’s got a high initial startup cost but I’m not worried about the cost really, as I’ve been buying the pieces as I go kind of. Some notes:
- I eat about 100g of romaine lettuce in the form of a salad, it’s not actually added to the drink
2.My doctor told me I was at high risk for diabetes, due to both my parents having it, and me being overweight. He told me I should avoid eating a lot of carbs, which is why I chose to be so low in carbs and high in protein.
- I live a very active lifestyle, and I generally would like to consume about 2500 calories in a day. I chose to just give myself 400 calories of breathing room for the occasional snack, salad dressing or whatever.
- This recipe has been working exceptionally well at cutting fat while maintaining muscle, and it tastes amazing.
Now what I’d like to know from you smart folks here, is if anything in my recipe looks glaringly dangerous to my health, and if it’d be safe to take the plunge and start going at it 100% of the time, with only 400 calories or less on the side. Any tips or questions or general feedback would be greatly appreciated.