Looks like this is debatable, but as a nutritious time & money saver, I imagine it's something that Tynan has already researched. What do you guys think?
My energy level had skyrocketed at this point, I felt like a kid again. But on day 3 I noticed my heart was racing and my energy level was suddenly dropping. Hemoglobin! I think, my heart is having trouble getting enough oxygen to all my organs. I check my formula and realize iron is completely absent. I quickly purchase an iron supplement and add it to the mixture the next day. I have to be more careful not to leave anything out.
This paragraph is worrysome. Two days without any iron intake are not enough to produce a iron definincy. Red blood cells have a half-life of 50-55 days. Everyone who knows much about nutrition should know that there won't be a effect from 2-3 days without iron. If you market your product to a health conscious audience it's strange to have "soy" in the name when there no soy in the product.
This means that the guy isn't someone who's nutrition expertise I would hold as an authority.for the amount that we need of various substances.
For others such as K, P, Ca, Mg, check your local lab supply store or university
This seems again naive. I wouldn't trust those substances to have a high bioavailability when you buy them straight from the lab supply store.
In general I find the idea however interesting. I wouldn't switch my whole nutritition permanently for supplements but doing it every second day seems plausible.
for a quick, but natural, non-synthetic approach to food, look up "juice feasting" or the "fat sick and nearly dead" documentary. you can blend a lot of fruits and vegetables into a juice. i'm sure most who have read steve pavlina are familiar with this, but it's a similar alternative, so i just shout it out there. http://www.stevepavlina.com/blog/2008/10/juice-feasting/
i think rob's approach can theoretically work. but really good nutrition is the coming together of thousands of components, which can be hard for him to manufacture and sell at a price that helps him make reasonable profit.
Annie and I went to the Sony Store, where I bought a Vaio P laptop. I need a new laptop, and it's one of the ones I'm considering, so I figured I'd buy it and return it if I didn't like it.
The sales rep who approached me was a genuinely cheerful and earnest girl with an Argentinean accent. She came up to us we were checking out the ebook readers (which I love, by the way), she helpfully demonstrated the features and answered questions well.
So far so good.