Each morning, I drank my Soylent Cafe on an empty stomach (minus maybe one glass of water) around 10 a.m., and I didn’t even think about eating again until well past 1 p.m., which — if you know anything about me — you’d know this is literally a miracle. I recommend this product for healthy, active individuals who are either pressed for meal prep time in the morning or looking for a more convenient option on-the-go. The takeaway here: The ingredient list may look long and scary, but the main components in Soylent Cafe — soy protein, sunflower oil, caffeine, and l-theanine — are all plant-based, nutrient-dense, and serve a specific role.


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