Here’s the recipie I put together, although the nutritional info isn’t complete on some of the items… http://diy.soylent.me/recipes/whole-food-soylent-w-avacado?nutrientProfile=524df97e2066a9020000006c
Here’s the recipie on Cronometer: http://cronometer.com/food.html?food=391966&grams=1901.6495231&measure=872358
Unfortunately, Cronometer didn’t have avacado, I don’t know how to add it >:
It takes a lot of inspiration from this thread: http://discourse.soylent.me/t/my-whole-foods-blended-version/4144
It’s low on Vitamins A, E, and Niacin, and minerals Iron, Chloride, and Zinc, and it has low Omega-3s.
I’ll take a fish oil suppliment, but I want to avoid adding vitamin suppliments to it of I can. As for Biotin and Sulfur, I know eggs are great for those but I can’t seem to find exactly how much is in them. Likewise, chocolate is great for Chromium, at 24 micrograms per 100g of milk chocolate, but I can’t seem to find an exact amount anywhere of how much is in cocoa powder. As for the Iodine, I’m using iodized salt. Chloride is still a bit low, but I’m loath to add even more salt to the mix- 4.5 grams is kind of pushing it taste-wise, even split between the eggs and the shake. The other thing is that the calories are already kind of high, and I would like to add a protein powder to it at some point later- perhaps dropping the milk for water and whey protein? Except, the milk is where all my Vitamin D is coming from…
As for the cholesterol, well, it’s from the eggs so it’s fine. If anything, egg cholesterol is good for you.
Any ideas for improving it some? I’m open to anything, although I will have to make sure everything else in there is enough to mask any veggies.