|Amount||Volume||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|125||g||Trader Joe's Unflavored Soy Protein||$2.20||Trader Joe's|
|3||g||NOW Foods Lecithin Granules||$0.06||Amazon|
|2||pill||1||capsule||Vegan DHA & EPA - Delayed Release||$0.49||Amazon|
|6||g||MSM Sulfur Powder||$0.34||Amazon|
|51||g||Now Foods Psyllium Husk Powder||$1.06||Amazon|
|165||g||Organic Extra Virgin Mediterranean Olive Oil||$3.27||iHerb|
Total Daily Cost:
|$8.08||Add Ingredients |
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ALA is not a good source of Omega 3, so I added DHA & EPA. I made it vegan so vegetarians can do this too (I say vegetarians because the soy protein has non-vegan vitamin D).
Chloride says 0, but it should actually be close to the sodium amount. Table salt could be added if desired.
This tastes basically like the Trader Joe's soy protein. It's not the tastiest thing in the world... I tried adding some sugar, but the amount I could use while still keeping this low carb wasn't enough to do anything.
Fiber should be reduced for women (25g instead of 38g).
None of these ingredients are GE (in case somebody cares) & most of them are organic.
It should be noted that the calories showed in every recipe here are wrong: it's calculating 4 Kcal per gram of carb instead of per gram of net carb. Fiber is not a source of Kcal for humans. To get the actual calories multiply protein and net carbs (carbs minus fiber) by 4 and fat by 9. In this case the Kcal is actually 1994.