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SlideshowI Ate Soylent for a Day: 'Food' Special

You Sure There's No Cat in There?
Sammy dubiously examines a jug of Soylent.
Sammy dubiously examines a jug of Soylent.

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Susan Fourtané 8/2/2015 | 7:14:58 PM
Re: Ambronite - organic real-food version Indeed, Mike. Nothing more powerful than your will. 

-Susan 
MikeP688 8/2/2015 | 5:17:29 PM
Re: Ambronite - organic real-food version Happy August to all throughout our Community!!!

Beyond a Doubt M'aam :-)   I have been fascinated also by the likes of Blue Apron that has some very interesting meals at $ 9/Box :-)   We can always be enterprising and creative.   I have been reading Michael Chang's Biography and he reflects upon how his mother cooked rice in the rice cooker while they stayed at the Sofitel in Paris during the French Open--that he won.    It goes to your implicit message:  When there is will, there is a way.   

 
Susan Fourtané 8/2/2015 | 7:35:33 AM
Re: Ambronite - organic real-food version Mike, remember any of these is a food replacement, You still need to cook and eat. :D There are some simple recipes to cook, or prepare healthy meals in just a few minutes. -Susan
MikeP688 7/29/2015 | 5:47:50 AM
Re: Follow-up (Thank You!!) I just signed up for their newsletter and will be on the "Hunt" for them to assess it.   Some very interesting ideas to think about and reflect upon.     
MikeP688 7/29/2015 | 5:42:57 AM
Re: Ambronite - organic real-food version As someone who is a bit "Lazy" to cook, I will be on the hunt to get these and test them out.   As the saying goes, "You are What you eat".     
Susan Fourtané 7/29/2015 | 5:24:55 AM
Re: Ambronite - organic real-food version Kruz, yes, I try to do the same. I also get smoothies and fruit juice (not from concentrate) to carry in my bag along the day. That's why I thought either Ambronite or Soylent would be good to carry in my bag in the same way, they could be even mixed with the juice. I love a good breakfast. :) -Susan
Kruz 7/29/2015 | 4:55:00 AM
Re: Ambronite - organic real-food version Another thing I do whenever I travel is I try to go to the groceries my first night there and buy what I need for the week(yogurt snacks, fruits etc). This way I ll have fruits for snacks(replacing the buttery snacks). I also focus on having a good brekfast to be able to withstand the hunger. Breakfast is your most essential meal, and you have to have it like a king.
Susan Fourtané 7/29/2015 | 4:18:51 AM
Re: Ambronite - organic real-food version Kruz, your two last lines sound like the recommendations you read all over the supplements, and other stuff. :D I am now consuming surimi fish protein sticks as protein snacks. I already mentioned the cherries below. But, as the discussion goes here, the problem is to keep your healthy snacking up when you travel. I have to say that this topic here is being of great help in triggering thoughts about finding ways of keeping your own healthy habits when you travel. -Susan
Kruz 7/27/2015 | 5:03:58 AM
Re: Ambronite - organic real-food version It is a real pain having to mess up your diet whenever you travel. It is an issue I deal with all the time. I haven't tried Soylent, but will do after this article (hoping this ships to where I am), but I have a good solution for this and at a cheaper price. As an athelete, I use some types of protein to be able to sustain the workout. I would suggest trying a good caseine shake. This are delicious, instant with great mixability, and can help you feel full for at leats 12 hours without upsetting your stomach(when dealing with a good brand).

Nothing replaces the realy meal and the nutrient absorption rate is the highest in this case. These will remain supplement and should be used for a limited time period.
Susan Fourtané 7/27/2015 | 3:55:36 AM
Re: Ambronite - organic real-food version The product is great, it tastes great, and I would love to replace all my snacks with it. Don't you think it's a little too expensive, though? :( Is it a limit of how much you can drink of it per day? I am now snacking on cherries. I may not get all the nutrients that come in Ambronite, but cherries are also healthy. I thought that maybe I could use the shake when I travel only, sort of what Mitch was thinking. -Susan
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