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In 2016, the company announced it would halt sales of the Soylent Bar due to reports of gastrointestinal illness, including nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. The company asked customers to discard any unconsumed bars and said it would offer full refunds. On October 21, 2016, the company triggered a product recall. On October 27, 2016, the company also halted sales of Soylent Powder. The company said tests on the bar had not shown contamination[clarification needed] but also said that some powder users had reported stomach-related symptoms from consuming the powder. Both Manjoo and Ziegler said they had experienced some gastrointestinal problems from drinking it. Lee Hutchinson of Ars Technica also reported a brief period of "adaptation gas" at the beginning of a four-day experiment. See More
Solid food requires chewing, which exercises muscles, stimulating saliva production which contains ions to remineralize teeth. It uses more calories to digest, and doesn't cause as much of an insulin spike as a liquid meal. "In a 2012 study in the journal Obesity, researchers found that 80% of those consuming liquid meals were hungry after 2hrs of eating, compared to only 5% of those consuming a solid meal (with the same macronutrient composition)." See More
No wheat, soy, corn, or peanuts. Does contain eggs however. Unfortunately their current manufacturing facilities use equipment that processes some of these ingredients, so it's not safe for those with a severe peanut allergy. This may change in the future. See More
Some products are designed to use Milk as a base, others are designed for addition of oil for fat content. So the ultimate price tag will depend on the cost of supplementary ingredients. On the other hand, this can save money in terms of shipping costs, and shelf life, texture etc. See More
This company makes products that target different needs such as, athletes (more protein), health maintenance (low carb), people after weight loss or wanting to achieve the stable energy burning experience of ketosis (this keto version, ultra low carb) and one for mixing with milk for those who like flavored milk. Each product line has the basic flavors covered (Chocolate, Cinnamon, Vanilla, Plain/unsweetened) See More