I’ve been lifeblogging, vlogging, and extensively data collecting on my health for over 3 years. I live with PCOS (genetic) and metabolic syndrome/insulin resistance and have chronicled my experiences trying to reverse damage done to my body both with and without medications. I’m quite a data fanatic and have binders full of notes from over a 5 year period with and without insurance trying to manage my conditions. While I don’t expect anyone to read through 3+ years of information on my blogs and on G+, you may find it fascinating to see how difficult it is to live with PCOS, how complicated metabolic syndrome is, and to know all the hell I’ve been through with doctors, nutritional changes, and various exercise all having failed.
I have been looking forward to starting a new journey with Soylent for a long while so that I can study and document the effects of soylent on someone with these conditions. This information I believe will be especially useful to people with Type 2 Diabetes or insulin resistance. PCOS is a woman specific disorder and I believe that this information could also be of interest to the soylent team since I’m pretty sure they’re all guys
Yesterday I received my tracking number for my 13 weeks of soylent so I’ll begin documenting data both on and off medications on or around 6/3 when my soylent is scheduled to arrive. I hope people will find my journey interesting and helpful especially if you’re dealing with any similar issues. I look forward to chronicling my life on soylent and seeing how it effects my health for better or worse.