ChuckMcGuyverNorris BodyBuild and Get Cut Weight LossBodybuilding

Last updated December 10, 2017 Copy
AmountVolumeIngredient$ / daySource
164gcupsWhey Protein Isolate$2.44Amazon
225g1cupMasa Harina - Milled to fine flour for no grit!$0.54Amazon
20g2tbspChia Seeds$0.21Amazon
10g1tbspPsyllium Husk Powder$0.26Amazon
7g1tspPotassium Citrate$0.29Amazon
4g½tspIodized Salt$0.02Amazon
1g¼tspCholine Bitartrate$0.04Amazon
3g¼tspCeylon Cinnamon$0.17Amazon
0.5gtspXanthan Gum$0.03Amazon
1pill2capsulegnc mega men energy & metabolism$0.14Amazon
50.5ml6tbspCanola Oil$0.41Amazon
2g2capsuleFish Oil $0.27Amazon
1pill1capsuleMagnesium $0.07Amazon
2g1tspSulfur Crytstals$0.12Amazon
6g1tbspViva Naturals Organic Coconut Sugar$0.06Amazon
80gOat Flour/Powder$0.19Amazon
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"Soylent" Original is too expensive and doesn't hit my macros like I want, but I do like the taste and the ease of use.

I wanted a Man's drink that packs on muscle while getting cut. Most of these Soylents don't have nearly the Protein, the calories, or the fiber I wanted. I used the Bodybuuilding.com calculator to find what macros I needed to be hitting and then took people fuel premium and made this from it. I hate stevia and fake sugar so that had to go. Fixed the cinnamon problem in the comments.

I used only what is on the labels from amazon to get these values (except the protein isolate, used a little information from the internets (https://www.nutritionvalue.org/Beverages%2C_Whey_protein_powder_isolate_nutritional_value.html)

OK I call B.S. on a ton of these Soylent recipes because when you actually look at the physical labels they don't have most of the stuff people list on here. Maybe I will learn more and eat my words but come on people.... WHERE ARE YOU COMING UP WITH THESE MAGICAL NUTRIENTS THAT AREN'T ON THE LABELS????? Once I hit the macros with the REAL labels, I added pills and powders to fill in the white lines where we were missing 100% goals.

vitamix the chia seeds to a powder with Psyllium Husk Powder, salt, Choline Bitartrate, Ceylon Cinnamon, Xanthan Gum, Sulfur Crytstals, and brown sugar(if you want a little sweetener)

add that to the protein and masa and mix. Store dry.

Daily take 1 Magnesium pill, 1 GNC mega men, 2 Fish oil when you wake up. That GNC pill will give you a boost. Mix water(however much gets it the thickness you like), powder, canola oil(1Tablespoon for 1/6th of a day) for each meal - don't let it set in the fridge, that's gross(the chia and xanthan gum and corn don't benifit from sitting, they just thicken). Shaker bottles only, slam that stuff.

I will update as I fine tune this. How much for a meal yadda yadda yadda. If someone gets back to me on where these folks are pulling nutrients out of thin air I can probably drop a few ingredients like phosphorus, magnesium, sulfur. Until then, they stay. I will play with the taste, maybe use some oat flour in place of some masa etc.

Any help is welcome.

sulfur info if you want to remove it. https://discourse.soylent.com/t/sulfur-in-cysteine-and-methionine/10626/5

edit: 12/4/17 - V2.0 I reduced the GNC to 1 pill and tried to do 1/3 of the fuel mass from oat flour. I just used my vitamix and did about a cup of oats at a time, dumped it out and did the next batch. it goes pretty fast and oat flour is expensive. I had to adjust everything else and was able to get rid of the phosphorus drops all together. I will mix up a batch and use it for a while to see what I think. The reasons I wanted to reduce the corn masa was, the grit, the serving size and the undigested poops(sorry) with the sandpaper wipes(not sorry). This is much better! I ran my masa through the vitamix before adding it to the recipe and it makes a HUGE difference in grit! way better you guys!

12/6/17 - Going full soylent. bought more masa to keep the ball rolling when this starts to run out. I also bought a flour mill to try and run the oats and masa through easier. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001UI37N8/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Day
40% Carb, 30% Protein, 30% Fat
Calories2416
% Daily Values*
100%
Total Carbohydrate240g
214%
Dietary Fiber 56g
100%
Protein180g
100%
Total Fat80g
Saturated Fat8g
Monounsaturated Fat34g
Polyunsaturated Fat17g
> 34210%
Omega-3 Fatty Acids705g
1959%
Omega-6 Fatty Acids12g
Cholesterol26mg
Calcium
275%
Vitamin A
109%
Chloride
139%
Vitamin B6
4873%
Chromium
171%
Vitamin B12
1042%
Copper
347%
Vitamin C
167%
Iodine
268%
Vitamin D
133%
Iron
164%
Vitamin E
228%
Magnesium
140%
Vitamin K
126%
Manganese
261%
Thiamin
2243%
Molybdenum
439%
Riboflavin
509%
Phosphorus
133%
Niacin
164%
Potassium
132%
Folate
183%
Selenium
231%
Pantothenic Acid
1159%
Sodium
127%
Biotin
500%
Sulfur
177%
Choline
141%
Zinc
137%
 
* Percent Daily Values are based on "ChuckMcGuyverNorris's QuidNYC's DRI for Him: Male, 31-50". You may use the Nutrient Calculator to personalise your own profile, then select it from the list on the Recipe Editor tab.
Nutrient Profile: ChuckMcGuyverNorris's QuidNYC's DRI for Him: Male, 31-50Change

2 Reviews

a year ago
Excellent overall taste
Higher than average energy level
Below average flatulence
Reviewer tried this recipe more than 10 times
Reviewer is currently using this recipe

Much better the finer it is milled. No grit, good taste, easy to make, easy to use, what more could you possibly want?

a year ago
Excellent overall taste
Higher than average energy level
Below average flatulence
Reviewer tried this recipe 2-5 times
Reviewer is currently using this recipe

V2 tested and it's great tasting. I will keep updating as I continue to use it. So far, much better