Also, if you analyze the contents, there is fiber in the mix.
I'm highly intrigued, and I might sign up to be a test subject.
Edit: I just sent in an application to be a test subject.
Is he asking for volunteers? I would apply as well, I didn't see any requests for volunteers.
Yes, he's asking. Here's the signup form:
As soon as I get quotes back as to pre- and post- blood work, I'll make the decision on signing up:
What is the difference between his formula and baby formula?
His notion of a drink that replaces all food is not exactly new, babies that do not consume breast milk, or with breast milk, take formula and prosper.
What is the long term effects to the jaw, teeth and GI tract.. I don't think we will get to find out, cause people will break and "cheat" once in a while with real food.
Also why deny yourself the pleasure of a slice of pizza with friends or a good dinner in a restaurant with your spouse once in a while?
Thanks, just applied.
Does it come in bacon flavor? Or just people flavor?
I applied as well.
The least expensive I've found so far, for blood tests, is an online deal. Seems sorta legit, gonna check them out a bit more before I commit. The full workup that Rob Rhinehart is asking for is available as a package for $69. PM me if you want a link to their site.
(edit: I signed up for Soylent, too)