|Amount||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|175||g||Oat Flour||$0.70||Bin Inn|
|15||g||Peanuts Raw||$0.14||Bin Inn|
|16||ml||Soya bean Oil||$0.06||Bin Inn|
|1.5||pill||Healtheries Calcium 1000 Plus||$0.26||Health Post|
|74||g||Rice protein powder||$3.48||Healthpost Online|
|8||g||Coconut Palm Sugar||$0.20||Living Foods Lifestyle|
|10||g||Organic Apple Fibre||$0.14||MyBreadMix Online Store|
|4||g||Cerebos Table Salt||$0.01||Pak n Save|
|40||g||Coconut Cream||$0.19||Pak n Save (Trident Brand)|
|5||g||Cream of Tartar||$0.28||Pak n Save|
|150||g||Soymilk||$0.43||Pak n Save|
|6||g||MSM Sulfur Powder||$0.81||Tasman Health|
|1.5||pill||NOW Foods Choline Inositol||$0.34||Tasman Health|
|5||pill||NOW Foods Potassium Citrate||$0.49||Tasman Health|
|7||g||Sesame Seeds (unhulled)||$0.14||Trademe|
Total Daily Cost:
|$8.05||Add Ingredients |
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This is a complete overhaul (original by denielretief) for Whey free. It isn't perfect but its just about there.
The original had levels of manganese that was over the max. daily intake by a third despite green bars. The point is argued that you can only overdose from unnatural sources so its all good, but it made me realise it was based on a modified RDI chart. I have left the RDI chart unmodified in order to get a more transparent result, while also not 'loading' on extras either, and trying to keep this as bare bones as possible. Currently this is based on, from my small amount of research, an optimal low-carb hi-fat diet. The calories are set at 1500 and it seems to be the norm on alot of RDI charts on this website, however a quick search online using multiple calculators gave me another answer in the ballpark of about 2100 - 2500 per day for a low activity mid aged male lifestyle, so if you are hungry and trying to lost weight then I'd simply say, deal with it, but if you hunger and are not actually about losing anything and just want a meal replacement then I would suggest a light meal at some point to throw on a few extra calories for energy. If you do that and its healthy (like fruit, veg, meat) you will want to add this to the list to make sure you are not overdosing on any one intake, because some of them have limits (e.g. manganese overdose from supplements or other unnatural sources can cause parkinsons-like side effects, etc..) so be wary of what you put in. Fresh stuff is okay but vit and supplements can be dangerous if not researched fully. Or on the flip side, useless if they aren't the right molecule, or consumed with other vits, like the Vitamin B group, and the other aminos, etc.
Something that blew me away re-making this recipe though was of how little my actual diet is lacking in just about everything that a body needs to function. I'll tell you right now, I'm in no way an expert I only read what I can and there's always alot more to learn. Reading a few books and getting a vague understanding of the processes within the body and the compounds required to do it though, are pretty mind blowing and I suggest you do more than just follow any recipe. In particular, Google search books on adrenal fatigue because its more common than people think (if even aware at all) and while you may not think you have it, the intake requirements of repairing your adrenal glands actually apply to other things like sleep etc.
In a few weeks from now I'm going to be able to afford all this stuff and I'm going to give it a try, consuming the right parts of the days intake at the right time too, because that will play a role as well.
When that happen's I'll let you know how it goes but in the meantime I seriously recommend you take this as a suggestion only and may still not be suitable to survive on (or even tasty!). And I still have to actually go correct the prices of alot of these foods, they are close but not exact and may not include postage etc if found online.
Let me know though if you try it at all