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Limit 4 per order, but I was able to use it on 2 orders back to back to get 8 packs with no problem.

Smaller than the standard bottles, but equivalent to $1.88 per 400 Cal. standard serving, as compared to $3 normally at my local Walmart per 14oz. / 400 Cal. bottle, or $3.09 from Soylent.com with subscription.

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Hello I am a doctor who fact-checks thing on Slickdeals as a hobby. I saw your comments and encourage you to delete it as you are spreading factually false information.

Maltodextrin is not a molecule, as you claim. It is a polymer that can vary in length from 3 to 17 units. The Glycemic index (GI) also varies by length. Table sugar has a HIGH GI which means it is absorbed quickly which is BAD. Soylent has a LOW GI which means carbohydrates are absorbed slowly which is GOOD. They publish the independently tested data on their website. So that claim of yours is completely wrong and a myth that has been dispelled many times.

The bioavailability of vitamins is not a good point either. There is no difference between taking 400 mg of a vitamin that is 25% bioavailable and taking 100 mg of a vitamin that is 100% bioavailable. Also people in the USA that are not starving almost never have a vitamin deficiency except vitamin D.

The GMO thing is a big topic but if you avoid GMOs, you need to be avoiding a LOT of foods, not just this.

Overall your comment was devoid of any helpful info. Pleas me delete it before people believe you.
Great find OP, much appreciated and ordered 4. Total after taxes and 5% off from REDcard -> $22.99.

Shelf stable, taste pretty darn decent (better than Carnation Breakfast) and keep you full for a few hours. If you're on the fence on Strawberry vs. Vanilla, Vanilla is the better flavor IMO. There are better flavors, but at these prices, I'll take the maximum.

Here's my ranking of flavors:

Mint Chocolate -> Cacao -> Vanilla --> Cafe Mocha --> Cafe Vanilla --> Cafe Chai --> Strawberry

Haven't tried original or the other flavors

UPDATE: Thought these were in the Tetra-Pak cartons, but they're not. They're 11oz bottles, shaped like the 14oz ones.
Was thinking about buying a bunch of these... But I think I want to try learning to cook healthier instead. Things like stir fries, salads, paninis, etc.

I'm also unsure how satisfying a liquid diet would be. I feel like if you want to lose weight - the best way is to address your eating habits etc, rather than trying to find a fast solution where you may regress anyway

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I like the strawberry one, but it makes me poop like crazy. Don't know why. Stick Out Tongue
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I like the strawberry one, but it makes me poop like crazy. Don't know why. Stick Out Tongue

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FILTERED WATER, SOY PROTEIN ISOLATE, MALTODEXTRIN, HIGH OLEIC SUNFLOWER OIL, ISOMALTULOSE, CANOLA OIL, NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS, CELLULOSE, SOLUBLE CORN FIBER, SOY LECITHIN, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, CALCIUM PHOSPHATE, MAGNESIUM PHOSPHATE, ASCORBIC ACID, SALT, DIPOTASSIUM PHOSPHATE, CHOLINE CHLORIDE, GELLAN GUM, SUCRALOSE, DL-ALPHA-TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, D-CALCIUM PANTOTHENATE, NIACINAMIDE, FERROUS BISGLYCINATE, ZINC OXIDE, COPPER GLUCONATE, THIAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE, MANGANESE SULFATE, PYRIDOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE, RIBOFLAVIN, VITAMIN A PALMITATE, CHROMIUM CHLORIDE, BIOTIN, POTASSIUM IODIDE, FOLIC ACID, SODIUM MOLYB-DATE, SODIUM SELENITE, PHYTONADIONE, VITAMIN D, VITAMIN B12.




maltodexrin and probably a lot of other stuff is why
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Great find OP, much appreciated and ordered 4. Total after taxes and 5% off from REDcard -> $22.99.

Shelf stable, taste pretty darn decent (better than Carnation Breakfast) and keep you full for a few hours. If you're on the fence on Strawberry vs. Vanilla, Vanilla is the better flavor IMO. There are better flavors, but at these prices, I'll take the maximum.

Here's my ranking of flavors:

Mint Chocolate -> Cacao -> Vanilla --> Cafe Mocha --> Cafe Vanilla --> Cafe Chai --> Strawberry

Haven't tried original or the other flavors

UPDATE: Thought these were in the Tetra-Pak cartons, but they're not. They're 11oz bottles, shaped like the 14oz ones.
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Great find OP, much appreciated and ordered 4. Total after taxes and 5% off from REDcard -> $22.99.

Shelf stable, taste pretty darn decent (better than Carnation Breakfast) and keep you full for a few hours. If you're on the fence on Strawberry vs. Vanilla, Vanilla is the better flavor IMO. There are better flavors, but at these prices, I'll take the maximum.

Here's my ranking of flavors:

Mint Chocolate -> Mocha -> Vanilla --> Cafe Mocha --> Cafe Vanilla --> Cafe Chai --> Strawberry

Haven't tried original or the other flavors
all this just for 15% of the daily vitamin and minerals per bottle? thats kinda low.
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all this just for 15% of the daily vitamin and minerals per bottle? thats kinda low.
It looks like these are short/smaller bottles than they sell on their store or through Amazon. It shouldn't come as a surprise that about 1/6 of a 2000 calorie standard daily ration is going to be adjusted to provide around 1/6 (or 1/7) of the RDV of stuff. It's actually a little odd as their 14oz bottles are 400cal and 20% down the label (1/5 v 1/5). It's not a health drink, a diet drink, or a protein shake. It was only even meant to be a replacement for a meal.
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Was thinking about buying a bunch of these... But I think I want to try learning to cook healthier instead. Things like stir fries, salads, paninis, etc.

I'm also unsure how satisfying a liquid diet would be. I feel like if you want to lose weight - the best way is to address your eating habits etc, rather than trying to find a fast solution where you may regress anyway
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Was thinking about buying a bunch of these... But I think I want to try learning to cook healthier instead. Things like stir fries, salads, paninis, etc.

I'm also unsure how satisfying a liquid diet would be. I feel like if you want to lose weight - the best way is to address your eating habits etc, rather than trying to find a fast solution where you may regress anyway
Most people including myself only replace one meal. I replace breakfast.
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I am very familiar with Soylent have tried them and researched these a ton. Soylent is trash reasons being, the maltodextrin is empty calories made from corn cores, the protein is gmo (if that matters to you) soy derived. Those being two biggest ingredients will leave at that, but many of the other ingredients are low quality as well. It's basically corn and soy, while the vitamins are the least bioavailable form.

If you want a good meal replacement get orgain, though not perfect (uses cyancobalomin instead of methyl) it is leagues better than this trash and about same price, often less.
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Same price on Amazon not including subscribe and save discounts. Can be used on up to 4

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085FFX...aFbE2Y5PGD
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Wow surprised that there's no "Soylent green is people" comments so far from the usual morons
This is only for vanilla or strawberry though. /s
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