Recent studies such as this one, https://www.nature.com/nutd/journal/v7/n3/full/nutd20173a.html, have demonstrated that one of the most healthful diets is a low-fat plant-based diet. With this in mind, I’d really like to reduce my fat consumption. Problem is, due to gastroparesis, I have to eat a lot of liquid meals and I rely on Soylent for half my calories each day. And Soylent’s fat content is a lot higher than what I want to be eating.
My first choice would be to go back to the last version of powdered Soylent where the fat came in the form of an extra oil bottle to be added separately. First, that was the best tasting of all the versions of Soylent. Second, that would allow me to control the amount of fat in the drink. But Rosa Labs doesn’t seem interested in selling older versions of their product.
So what to do? Has anyone identified a good low-fat vegan alternative to Soylent? (Low glycemic index would also be desirable).