Charly's Sustenance Goop - £156 startup - Gluten Free, Soy Free, Dairy Free

Last updated October 13, 2014 Copy
AmountIngredient£ / daySource
7gFlaxseed£0.01Real Foods
50gPeas, Split, Dry£0.08Real Foods
236gRice, white£0.37Real Foods
72gPea Protein Powder£0.54BulkPowders
76gsunflower seeds£0.27Real Foods
5gParsley Powder£0.04Real Foods
1portion1/5th of a ground up 100ug B12 tablet£0.01Real Foods
3gDried Green Bell Peppers£
1portion3/5ths of a crushed 1000 UI D-3 tablet£0.01eVitamins
5gDried Coriander Leaves£
1portion2mg Portions of crushed pantothenic acid tablets£0.00eVitamins
1.2gCholine bitartrate£0.01Amazon
2.6gCalcium Citrate£0.04eVitamins
5gPotassium chloride£0.05eVitamins
1portion4mg portion of crushed Zinc Gluconate£0.00eVitamins
1portion35mcg portion of crushed Chromium Picolinate tablet£0.00eVitamins
2portionMolybdenum Liquid - 25mcg / drop£0.02eVitamins
3portionIodine Liquid - 50 mcg / drop£0.01eVitamins
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This is my first attempt, please let me know if anything is wrong here, spent about 12 hours planning all this and learning about nutrition, the nutritional profile is based on me but shouldn't matter too much, 180cm & 73kg, i changed the sulphur to better represent suggestions on the internet, and biotin removed as it doesn't seem to be necessary in healthy individuals, all the vitamins are from natural sources apart from vitamin D and B12 which can only really be found in meat products without really expensive ingredients, the vitamin D is natural D3 instead of the nasty D2, also i have no qualms with cyanocobalamin, for the vitamins i tried to stay natural because of synthetic analogues not being fully compatible and the multivitamins providing too much putting extra stress on the human system, however when it comes to simple molecules like ions it is only sensible to use the cheapest synthetic chemicals, im tempted to make an edit of this one with links to alibaba and make it ridiculously cheap, i probably will when i get round to it, the peas in the mix would benefit from soaking and boiling to remove the taste but would convert fibre into absorbable carbohydrate, i am planning to live purely off of this for my second year at uni, probably a bad idea in case of my deficiency's affecting my cognitive performance but oh well. i really appreciate any feedback, anything you can correct me on to improve my recipe i will be very grateful for :)

Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Day
50% Carb, 25% Protein, 25% Fat
% Daily Values*
Total Carbohydrate221g
Dietary Fiber 28g
Total Fat49g
Saturated Fat4g
Monounsaturated Fat15g
Polyunsaturated Fat20g
Omega-3 Fatty Acids2g
Omega-6 Fatty Acids19g
* Percent Daily Values are based on "Nutrient Profile for a Charly - read description". You may use the Nutrient Calculator to personalise your own profile, then select it from the list on the Recipe Editor tab.
Nutrient Profile: Nutrient Profile for a Charly - read descriptionChange

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