From what I can tell, Soylent is 10% over the fat limit but well below the protein limit. Though over the minimum protein of course. Without increasing yuky carbs, they could increase the protein. However, this might increase price perhaps? Is soy protein more expensive than canola oil??? As a person who has issues with fat absorption, I would be into this idea. As of right now, I can’t do 100% soylent because that much fat does mess up my stomach. I suspect it’s what causes a small amount of the population to have issues with diarrhea etc. I think of myself as the canary in the coalmine as I have crohn’s and have had a large section of my intestines removed surgically. Specifically the section that is (partly?) responsible for fat absorption. I have to take pills to bind with fat so it passes through me without issue. Basically I have the most delicate digestive system on the planet, which is what got me into meal replacements in the first place. No dairy, no gluten, not too much fat, not too much sugar, must have lots of probiotics… all the stuff that (I believe) is good for most people turned up to 11! Would you guys prefer the 10% to be replaced with carbs or protein??? With the popularity of keto, I’m sure people are divided.