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On Days 1 and 2, I drank about half of my supply by 8pm when I got home, and on the days that I tried to drink 3/4 of my supply by mid-afternoon, I felt great. I didn’t get the afternoon doldrums, I wasn’t starving, and had plenty of energy for my regular, 3-mile run along the West Side of Manhattan. It was around this time that something I should have anticipated—but hadn’t—finally happened. Typically (and forgive me if this is TMI) I have a bowel movement once a day; it’s rare that I don’t. And by the time everything from before made it out of my system, said infrequent bowel movements became extremely sticky and, ahem… For the last few days, I’d tried swallowing the white chunks down and gagged on them. I’m pretty sure the white chunks were the rice protein, and perhaps something else important.

On the first day, I was struck with a wave of exhaustion around , and I had a “tired headache” the rest of the afternoon.

If Soylent removes these delay tactics, is the improvement due to biochemical change or a behavioral change? In the meeting, we were served pasta salad and melty cheese sandwiches, which I promptly devoured.

] Also by this time, the canker sore was completely gone (I am told it was stress), and there was still no more sign of the reflux (perhaps also stress? And then felt like a camel had kicked me in the intestines.

The formula isn’t final yet.) Vitamin A: 100% Vitamin C: 100% Calcium: 100% Iron: 100% Vitamin D: 100% Thiamin: 100% Niacin: 100 % Folate: 100% Biotin: 100% Phosphorus: 140% Magnesium: 112% Copper: 100% Vitamin E: 100% Riboflavin: 100% Vitamin B6: 100% Vitamin B12: 100% Pantothenic Acid: 100% Iodine: 100% Zinc: 100% Chromium: 100% $9 / day (at the crowdfunding campaign price) The day before Soylent, I went in to my doctor for some fasting blood tests.