I’m so hungry

Today was day #1 of the Soylent experiment but not the first day I ate nothing but Soylent.

Day #0 happened July 2nd and it happened because I was too late to make lunch and had a shelf full of Soylent. My experience with Soylent on that particular day is quite similar to how today went.

I didn’t quite feel full by the time I finished the last sip of the bag. I did the standard fill instructions: 4 scoops and 1L of water, shake, rest of bag, top off with water, shake, and chill. I might not be drinking enough water throughout the day which is part of the recommended intake.

soylent

The instructions recommend allowing my body to adjust to Soylent, perhaps I’m rushing this.

It begins again…

Soylent

I’m back to blogging. Mostly focused on the junk foods I acquire on a weekly basis. Though to start off, the blog will be mostly about Soylent.

Soylent is a different kind of food, the essentials of keeping a human alive in powdered form and mixed with water. I’ve been asked by many people why I’m attempting this. For starters, I’m not doing this to lose weight. I’m a bit on the bigger size of most humans but Soylent was never an attempt to shed extra weight. I see this as an experiment. In almost all of the articles I’ve read and videos I’ve watched, the people reviewing Soylent seem to be fit individuals. I want to see how well it does for someone who’s unfit.

Other than Soylent, I plan to post short reviews of junk foods I find during my grocery trips every week. I’ll also be visiting the USA every few months and loading up on junk food you can only get over there and give a Canadian take on their food.