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Review of Nutberg with lots of pictures

Review of Nutberg with lots of pictures

Nutberg is a Czech eurosoylent offering free shipping across the EU. Prices are very expensive, possibly on account of their emphasis on more natural, simple ingredients – between 5,14 – 9,12€ per 1000kcal, compared to Joylent’s 2,38 – 2,86€.

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Coffee Flour — potential new DIY ingredient for fiber and bulk

Coffee flour is a new food product that is rich in dietary fiber, and as such may be of great value to makers of DIY meal replacements, and to the many who complain that Soylent and other commercial meal replacements lack fiber.

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Brief reviews of Feed, Runtime, Glycogenesis and Saturo

Brief reviews of Feed, Runtime, Glycogenesis and Saturo

After starting off on the wrong foot, I wanted to try out complete foods for my lunch again, and asked for advice on Reddit. Generously, a few european manufacturers offered to send me free samples, and after ordering a few packages of my own as well, I wanted to share my thoughts on what I’ve tried (so far).

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Nū Pods: startup wants to make meal replacements in biodegradable “pods”

Nū Pods: startup wants to make meal replacements in biodegradable “pods”

It’s like a K-Cup for food! This Australian startup hopes to sell a “complete meal” packaged in a disposable (biodegradable) plastic cup. The user attaches the pod to a custom Nū Pod shaker bottle, adds water, and shakes.

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Real research on effect of Soylent on gut biota — and good news

This is a very relevant issue to study, first because people often find that their digestive tracts behave differently (farts, diarrhea) on switching to a meal replacement, and second because of lingering questions on the long-term health effects of meal replacements.

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Detailed critical analysis of protein supplements

Detailed critical analysis of protein supplements

LabDoor is an independent testing firm that analyzes foods and supplements. In the linked report they compared 81 protein supplements, analyzing each for their actual nutritive contents as well as for contaminants like heavy metals.

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Genesis foods mulls Phytogenesis v2.0, Nutri-Nerds invited to join

Genesis foods mulls Phytogenesis v2.0, Nutri-Nerds invited to join

About a year ago Genesis Foods briefly offered a Phytogenesis product, a powdered mix of various phytonutrients. It’s coming back, but first; Genesis want your input.

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Soylent co-founder Coogan moves on

Soylent co-founder Coogan moves on

John Coogan, who had been CTO for Soylent since the beginning, has left the company to do other things.

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Meal worms and crickets galore! Its another entomophagy roundup!

Meal worms and crickets galore! Its another entomophagy roundup!

The COOP grocery chain, said to be one of the largest in Europe, has begun selling insect-based foods in its Switzerland stores. This did not happen easily.

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Keto Chow production reaches new high

Keto Chow production reaches new high

The Bair family converted Chris’s DIY keto recipe to a business in 2015; now two years later they have had their biggest month and day of sales.

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“Diets in Review” caught in blatant contradiction

“Diets in Review” caught in blatant contradiction

The Diets In Review web site calls itself “the largest and most trusted diet resource on the web”. They recently reviewed Soylent (the link above). The review is from the standpoint of weight loss, and of course Soylent is not intended as a weight-loss shake.

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