|Amount||Volume||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|148||g||Isopure Zero/Low Carb (Creamy Vanilla)||$4.35||GNC|
|6000||ml||25.36||cups||Water, tap, municipal||$0.00|
|90||g||Great Value Canola Oil, 128 oz||$0.15||Walmart (In-Store)|
|30||g||NOW MCT 100% Oil, 32-Ounce||$0.47||GNC|
|1||g||Morton Iodized Salt, 26.0 OZ||$0.00||Walmart (In-Store)|
|1||pill||GNC Choline 250 MG||$0.08||GNC|
|50||g||Jarrow Formulas Gentle Fibers||$1.17||Amazon|
|1||pill||Equate Stay Awake||$0.05||Walmart (In-Store)|
|1||pill||Equate Multivitamin (Adult)||$0.03|
|6||g||NoSalt Original Sodium-Free Salt Alternative, 11 OZ||$0.10||Walmart (In-Store)|
Total Daily Cost:
|$6.40||Add Ingredients |
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--- TLDR ---
This is an extremely low-carb recipe. The fat:protein ratio is intended to target 67%:33%, with few carb calories, if any. Use this recipe at your own risk. Author assumes no liability or responsibility.
--- DESCRIPTION --- This DIY Soylent recipe is a work in progress and subject to revision as the author/designer continues to experiment and research. The author/designer has begun versioning with this published version. Changes will properly be made to copies of this recipe and will be published with updated versions independently.
This recipe is designed to be very low carb, targetting a fat/protein ratio of approximately 67%:33%. Note that this is a relatively high protein value and may have health impacts in its own right. It is also designed to be relatively low calorie over all.
--- INDEMNIFICATION --- Any person opting to use the presented recipe does so at their own risk; the author/designer explicitly denies all responsibility and liability for others using this recipe, and makes no assertion, guarantee, or assurance that the recipe will be healthful for any given person (the author/designer himself included!). As with all diets, seek medical advice before starting any diet and/or exercise plan. This recipe is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any condition, medical or otherwise. The author/designer recommends, in his purely amateur opinion, regular blood tests and consults with one's primary care physician or equivalent. Blood work that may be worth discussing with one's primary care physician or equivalent are the CMP, CBC, and Lipid panel. The low caloric intake may lead to weight loss at a rate considered unhealthy. In such a case, the author/designer suggests discontinuing use of the recipe and finding other recipes or options, under consultation from one's medical professionals.
--- CHANGELOG ---
v1.0 -- Baseline