When Soylent first adopted algae oil, everybody cheered, because apparently algae oil contains EPA and DHA, and these omega-3 fats are super healthy or important or some such. Now that Soylent seems to be moving away from algae oil, and going for high-oleic sunflower oil instead, will we still get the EPA and DHA? If not, will it matter? Or was EPA/DHA not that important in the first place?
Just trying to understand things. There are big gaps in my nutrition knowledge and I'm trying to figure out what this change will mean!