Soylent formula #3 Update:
This time no oats and no soy beans. Pure carbs, whey protein and about 140g of rice as the main ingredients. Polished rice due to low amounts of phytate acid, cheap and decent amount of carbs. Its expensive to push 2500kcal plus.
Some things in the formula are marked red, meaning its too much, however, as far as I know, no problems have been linked to overdosing on those. My fat ratio is a little skewed, with an over a 2:1 ratio in favour of omega 3 fatty acids and a lot of monounsaturated fat. All fat comes from flaxseed and olive oil.
Improvements: Price price price price. I gotta be on the lookout for cheap carbs and protein, and also dipotassium phosphate would be decent to find in bulk. Tips anyone? Not amazon.
Original message follows:
Hi. Since I am from norway, amazon cant send/wont send health/beauty/medical products over our borders, probably since we are quite strict. So I have created a DIY formula based around two not very soylent products, but very cheap. The main thing in norway is that everything is very expensive, but quality is usually good.
The two main ingredients are soybeans, dried and oatmeal. Rich in many vitamins and minerals, and most importantly carbs and protein. Also potassium.
Values are lifted from the FDA, and dobbel checked with norwegian values which seem mostly equal or lower. Ive also checked toxicity of all nutrients that exceed the daily value (most do). The only problematic one is Folat Acid (B9). Im at 0,8 mg right now, wich is noted as “consult your doctor before taking this”. However, the only problem as far as I can see with this amount is that it hides symptoms of B12 deficiency.
Anybody care to take a look? I miss fluoride (but I kind of assume that one accidently swallows enough from brushing teeth and from oat/soy, but i cant find information on it)
Im also a little on the low side of calcium. Choline and betaine im not sure on the actual recomended values.
Edit: New recipe based on oatmeal and carb/protein concentrate: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7AzMX6mUM4YSThIOWpZa2VpVVE/edit?usp=sharing
Old recipe based on soy and oatmeal: