I’ve been on 75% Soylent 2.0 for a little over 2 weeks now. I’ve decided to use Soylent in order to have quick nutritious meals instead of eating all the crap I typically ate. I have breakfast/lunch/snack of Soylent (7a/10a/2p) and then I have dinner which is usually chicken breast/fish and a side dish (potatoes/rice/vegies varies) around 5pm. Saturday’s are a bit different since I typically eat less.
I’ve noticed I get nauseas after eating dinner. Sort of like that “I ate too much” gross feeling. Last night was a bit different where I almost threw up. This seemed a bit troubling to me (I’ll be scheduling an appointment with my doctor once he gets back from vacation). It could be that it is entirely psychological in nature. I’m considering moving over to 100% Soylent with Protein shakes and the occasional meal out with the fiancée. Has anyone had any of the same issues I’ve been experiencing with dinner nausea?
I’ve started doing strength training 4 days a week with cardio all days + 1 extra day of cardio at the same time I switched to the diet above. I’ve gone up and down 1 lb but to me it’s been surprising due to my calorie deficit. I’m in no means taking it easy on myself during these workouts. While I don’t expect “crazy” results immediately I just don’t feel like I’m getting anywhere. My stats are as follows.
BMR: 1900 (depending on the site)
TDEE: 2462 (I’m using “light exercise” as the option. I prefer being conservative.)
Does anyone have any tips? Am I consuming too little calories and my body is going into conserve mode? Any other tips anyone can suggest I would greatly appreciate it.
Thank you in advance.