|Amount||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|1||pill||rainbow light just once women's one multivitamin||$0.12||Amazon|
|4||g||Iodized Salt||$0.00||Local (HT)|
|1||pill||Nature's Way Choline bitartrate||$0.09||Amazon|
|2||g||MSM Sulfur Powder (Doctor's Best)||$0.06||Amazon|
|35||g||Natural Cacao Powder||$0.77||Amazon|
|130||g||Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Oat Flour||$0.70||Amazon|
|50||g||Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Corn Flour||$0.15||Amazon|
|4||g||Now Foods Calcium Citrate||$0.15||Amazon|
|25||g||Light Muscovado Sugar||$0.20||Amazon|
|80||g||Plant Fusion Protein Powder (2lb Chocolate)||$2.89||Amazon|
|$5.92||Add Ingredients |
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Edit---Did some tweaking. It doesn't seem the sugar is tracked in the recipe editor so I did some looking and according to the WHO (World Health Organization) a person should get 6-10% of their calories from sugar. Working that out comes to 35 grams of sugar. Between the muscovado sugar and the protein powder you would be consuming exactly that after decreasing the plain sugar a bit. This means if you do decide to still eat a meal you can have additional sugar with it as well because it's based on a percentage. You should be aware of this number in case you decide to have any sugary drinks or snacks in addition.
This soylent is meant to allow you one meal a day if you so choose, but it has enough in it to be sufficient on it's own. It meets a 1400 calorie 50/25/25 percentages. I worked to have it free of gluten and lactose though some supplements it's hard to verify. For some this is alright as you still make some lactase but not enough for 3 cups of milk or heavy cream sauces. I have not tested this myself yet so I'm unsure how the taste will go. It is based off of the Bachelorette Chow so that may give you some guidance but the bulk of the main ingredients have been changed. If you do try this or if you have recommendations please let me know and I'll update as soon as I get my hands on everything!
Some selling points here for why I used different ingredients
Convenience- Everything is Amazon or in your cupboard most likely, and with some pricing you'll save money versus others if you have Amazon Prime and/or use Subscribe and Save, I use both of these so it personally works for me.
Organic Raw Cacao - Not dutch processed, source of antioxidants, magnesium, iron and fiber, gluten free, non-gmo, several "good mood" phytochemicals including anandamine and phenylethylamine
Bob's Red Mill Flours - Gluten free, all grains are non-gmo, higher quality (in my opinion)
Coconut oil- can help with decreasing belly weight and heart disease, potential metabolism boosting properties.