|Amount||Volume||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|200||g||Optimum Nutrition 100% Whey Gold Standard, Double Rich Chocolate, 10 Pounds Bag||$4.93||Amazon|
|25||g||Optimum Nutrition Fitness Fiber (Pack of 2=390g)||$0.70||Amazon|
|25||ml||Zoye Premium Low Saturated Fat Vegetable (i.e. Soybean) Oil||$0.46||Amazon|
|5||g||NOW Foods Potassium Chloride Powder, 8 Ounces (Pack of 4 = 908g)||$0.22||Amazon|
|3||g||Morton Salt Regular Table Salt - 26 oz||$0.03||Amazon|
|2||pill||Source Naturals Inositol & Choline||$0.19||Amazon|
|1||g||Jarrow Formulas MSM Sulfur Powder, 35.3 oz||$0.03||Amazon|
|1||pill||Kirkland Signature Daily Multi Vitamins & Minerals Tablets, 500-Count Bottle||$0.03||Amazon|
|1||pill||NOW Foods Vitamin K-2,100mcg, 100 Vcaps 2 Pack||$0.09||Amazon|
|1||portion||Daily Sunshine :)||$0.00||Outside|
Total Daily Cost:
|$8.19||Add Ingredients |
to Amazon Cart
I thought Coach Grady's Soylent was a great and simple recipe. However, the protein was crazy high with respect to the calories per day. This recipe tries to level out the protein with carbs while adding a bit more fat.
2200 kcal is still very little for bodybuilding/weightlifting purposes, but 200g of protein for a ~170lb person is pretty good.
Basically I tune my calorie intake with bananas. Starting with 4 bananas a day and decreasing until my weight gain is level.