Hi again, @axcho here! After getting some insightful responses and feedback about my company Super Body Fuel in this thread, I’ve gotten the clarity to make a big decision: discontinuing Schmoylent. Here’s why:
We’re tired of being the Soylent knockoff.
That made sense back when you had to wait for months for your Soylent, but now you can get it right away.
At Super Body Fuel, we’ve honed an inclusive but minimal selection of product lines to cater to all needs, from cheap and tasty Schmilk, to dairy-free ketogenic Keto Fuel. But we still sell Schmoylent, simply because there are people who have been using it for a long time now, and they want to keep using it because it works for them and they like the taste.
It’s time to make a change.
Coming from a Paleo dietary background, Richard and myself at Super Body Fuel like to encourage lower-carb eating habits versus the more conventionally high-carb Soylent 1.x and Schmoylent. It’s been gratifying see Soylent’s carb content gradually come further and further down, until with Soylent 2.0 the carbs measure at just 33% of total calories - close to the carb count of our low-carb Light Fuel blend!
But we’ve kept Schmoylent at the 50/20/30 carb/protein/fat ratio that Soylent 1.0 introduced. And that no longer makes sense. If you want high-carb, Schmilk is a much better choice than Schmoylent - it’s cheaper, tastier, and if you can’t drink dairy milk than you can use soy milk instead. There’s no reason to have two high-carb products when one is clearly better in multiple ways.
And if you want Schmoylent because of the taste and you’d rather use oil and water instead of milk because of an issue with dairy and soy, we have a new solution for you:
A new Light Fuel, redesigned to have a higher protein content, along with the oat-based taste of Schmoylent, while still fulfilling its low-carb function. It’s basically a merging of Schmoylent and Light Fuel. You could call it Schmoylent if you want, but we’re going to call it Light Fuel. Coming to a Super Body Fuel near you on February 1st.
All our Light Fuel customers are enthusiastically on board with the upgrade, and our Schmoylent customers will be switching to the new Light Fuel, the high-protein Athlete Fuel, or the conventional Schmilk, depending on their needs.
So what does this mean for you?
It means that if you want to try the old Schmoylent, you’ll want order it now before it’s gone forever: http://superbodyfuel.com/shop/schmoylent/
But also, it means that we’re putting the old Light Fuel on sale (20% off!) until it’s all gone, hopefully before the end of this month. So get it while it’s hot - on sale at $40/pack, $8/day, plus shipping. Moderately-low-carb, gluten-free, dairy-free, almost-vegan* Light Fuel, right here: http://superbodyfuel.com/shop/light-fuel/
So, what do you think? Are we finally getting with the times and getting in touch with our values as a company, or making a grave mistake? Let us know.
*There’s some gelatin in the Kirkland Signature multivitamins. Thanks Costco.