The Beginner’s DIY Soylent Recipe (New and Improved)

Many of you have offered great suggestions to improve the Poor Man’s Soylent Recipe and furthermore Rob has made changes to his recipe based on his 3 months experience on Soylent, so I’ve decided to write up a new recipe outlining these changes. This DIY Soylent recipe is not as cost-effective as the Poor Man’s Recipe but is ideal for those who want to start making a Soylent shake and want a fair degree of control over the proportion of protein, carbohydrates, fat and vitamins.

In this blog post, I will be going over the ingredients you will need, the amount of each ingredient for each serving, the cost and how the total nutrients of this Soylent recipe stacks up to Rob’s recommended values.

The Beginner’s DIY Recipe Rundown

This recipe contains a much more comprehensive list of ingredients and requires some level of precision when dealing with ingredients. If you do not already have one, you should consider purchasing a kitchen scale and a blender. There are many cheap options on Amazon such as this scale and this blender.  Many of the ingredients can also be measured in the scoops that come with the product or tablespoons/teaspoons in the steps below. Furthermore, this recipe is intended to be much more encompassing of the required nutrition that Rob recommends with major changes compared to the Poor Man’s Recipe, for example Serious Mass not included in this recipe.

Major Changes

1. Added table salt to provide daily recommended of chloride and sodium.

2. Took out Serious Mass and replaced with protein powder, whole oat powder and maltodextrin giving more control over the proportions and adding whole oat powder as a significant source of carbohydrates (53g out of 232.8g)

3. Added a source of fiber reaching 28 g of fiber daily

4. Added 6g of MSM sulfur powder as per Rob’s suggestion

Nutritional/Cost Comparison

Please take a look at this Google spreadsheet for a detailed comparison of the nutritional value and cost of the Beginner’s Soylent Recipe. (Layout by JTown)

Steps and Ingredients

1. Add 1 oz of Alive! Multivitamins

2. Add 2 scoops (80g) of Whole Oat Powder

3. Add 2 scoops (60.8g) of Optimum Nutrition 100% Whey Gold Standard

4. Add 4 teaspoons (26g) of Fitness Fiber

5. Add 6 teaspoons of NOW Potassium Gluconate

6. Add 4 tablespoons of Olive Oil

7. Add 6g of Jarrow Formulas MSM Sulfur Powder(In accordance to Rob’s update)

8. Add 0.9 teaspoons of table salt

9. Add 1/2 teaspoon (2g) of Swanson Monosodium Phosphate

10. Add 2 cups (200g) of NOW Foods Carbo Gain Maltodextrin

11. Pour water to desired consistency

12. Take 1 per day of NOW Iron Supplements for 18 mg of Iron-$1.89

13. Take 2 per day of NOW Calcium and Magnesium-$2.25

14. Take 1 per day of Nature’s Way Choline











15. Optional (Add whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles for taste)

And that’s it, you’ve just created your very first Soylent drink!





  1. coasternd says:

    This is what I’ve been looking for! Just ordered everything!

  2. RHOPKINS13 says:

    Is this recipe ideal for replacing all food intake? Also, how many servings of this should a person take in a day? If only 1, could I add enough water and separate it to 3 servings a day?

  3. GrooGrux says:

    I really like this list. I have

  4. JTown says:

    Looking pretty good :)

    Haven’t looked at everything, but you’re not getting a full 2g of sulfur with 2g of your sulfur source.

    It’s MSM:

    Put that formula into this molar mass calculator

    It’s about 34% sulfur, which means to get 2g sulfur you need 5-6g of that powder.

    • SoylentAdmin says:

      Hey Matthias, if you’re referring to the Acesulfame potassium it’s because it’s an artificial sweetener that’s 200x sweeter than sucrose so it’s present in very low levels. If you look at the Nutrition Facts there isn’t a mention of Potassium so I believe the level of Potassium is negligible.

  5. Ado says:

    I was going to try out your recipe but alas I was shot down by Amazons shipping policies for some products only shipping within the US. Wonder why they wont ship some items outside the US?

    • SoylentAdmin says:

      Hm, I’m not sure. If you’re from Canada I’m going to make a post soon about where to buy ingredients for Canadians since doesn’t seem to ship many of the items.

  6. Sam says:

    Thanks. Most appreciative.

  7. Ado says:

    Just noticed that your Amazonlisting for NOW Cal+Mag tablets have Vit D in them but you dont list it in your spreadsheet. Also there serving size is 2 tablets so to get the 500mg of calcium you need to take 2 tablets per day. You will also get 500UI of Vit-D, 7.5mg of Zinc, 0.5mg of copper and 2.5mg of Manganese.

    This one just has 1000mg of Calcium and 500mg Magnesium (2 tabs) which is closer to Robs recommended values. Not sure if this is the one you were meant to link at amazon as it matches your spreadsheet more?

  8. DanH says:

    I this a daily recipe, or something I would have to make 3x a day?

  9. Ryan says:

    Nice work. This seems actually doable and a whole lot less intimidating than the full recipe. :) I have a few questions, if you don’t mind.

    Do you know approximately how many calories this is per mix?

    Since this is a whole day recipe, how much water do you personally add to the mix to last?

    Like Rob’s, can this replace all meals? How is it at keeping you feel full? I’m a bigger guy, so that last bit is quite important to me. ;)

    • Groogrux says:

      This is is meant to replace all meals. This recipe is rather filling for me. Today’s batch I could not finish.

  10. Ash says:

    Has anyone tried this recipe yet? How was the taste? Was it filling? General thoughts? I’d love to try it, unfortunately it may be a challenge to acquire all the ingredients in Canada though.

  11. Groogrux says:

    Hi all. I just did day 1 of this, very filling and I feel fine. Easy to make. The only hurdle is the taste. The oat powder has a very strong flavor. Day 2 I plan to skip the oat powder and add more malodrextrin, fat, and protein to balance it and see how it tastes. Will keep you updated.

    • GrooGrux says:

      So, I also bought choline and inostiol instead of just choline, be aware, adjusting to inositol can be uncomfortable. Get just the choline!

      • Chris Bacon says:

        How much water did you put in for this? And is it the kind of thing you just spend all day nursing or is it more like drink a bit in the morning, a bit midday and the rest in the evening?

  12. Fiver2 says:

    What about replacing the liquid Alive! multivitamin with a ground up 1-a day mens pill.
    Heres a pic of the label.

    Also found you can get just about everything on this list from and shipping is free over $25

  13. RL says:

    Just did day 1 and my experience was the same as Groogrux–very filling, but the oats made it taste pretty nasty.

    I solved this problem by doing two things. First, I stopped trying to cram a third of my daily allotment into one shake, and spread it out into 6-8 shakes per day. I’ve been combining all the powders into a big bowl in the morning, and each shake has been 1/2 cup of the powders, 1/2 tbl of olive oil, 1/4 tbl of multivitamins, and then about 12 oz of water. This makes it taste okay, but not that great either.

    The breakthrough I just made though is to ADD CINNAMON TO TASTE. Taste-wise, you’re basically drinking liquefied oatmeal. Anything you add to oatmeal to make it taste better is going to make this soylent taste better. I’ve always loved apple and cinnamon oatmeal, so when I sprinkled some cinnamon into my most recent shake, it was good enough that I downed it in 5 minutes and immediately made myself a second one.

    To recap: don’t make it thick, or you’re gonna have a bad time. And add cinnamon.

    • SoylentAdmin says:

      That’s a great tip, I’ve tried adding chocolate syrup in mine and it tastes a lot better but I’ll definitely give cinnamon a go-gotta get some variety.

  14. Jake says:

    I have only just started reading about soylent so excuse my lack of knowledge. First thing I want to verify is that this is safe to totally replace food with? The second is that I am a bigger guy and want to use this to replace the unhealthy food I eat to help lose weight but I think the 2077 is a bit low for what I should be consuming at a healthy level. With that said what do I add in order to simply up the calories a bit, more oat powder? Lastly is the spread sheet and the amazon links that are provided meant for a month of this soylent mix?

    Thanks any help would be very much appreciated!

    • Rob S says:

      I’d recommend starting with a 75%-90% commitment to a soylent diet to start with, especially if you are heavier set. Do this for 3-5 days and see how it affects you. If you want to slightly increase caloric intake you could tweak the amount of maltodextrin, oat powder, or whey in the diet. Don’t go overboard though and be careful.

      Of course, if you’re trying to lose weight, exercise is necessary as well as a change in diet. Good luck

      • Rhett W says:

        Is that you, Rob?

        I just got in all my ingredients… and it was very useful purchasing a 9-cup capacity blender to hurl the ingredients into one giant smoothie… this is easier to store for later day consumption (and you only have to blend once for the days intake). Tomorrow I will take the recommendation to add cinamon, that sounded delicious.

  15. Natalie Jackson says:

    Okay, I just started my first day on this and I already have some thoughts and ideas.

    First off, as mentioned above, this stuff is incredibly filling, so anyone wanting to try this is definitely going to want to split it into more than three servings. I just tried a third of a day’s worth, and I could just barely get through it.

    Second, for the love of god, do not mix the liquid multivitamin in. Find a way to tolerate the taste separately. The smell and taste of it is overwhelming, even beyond the oats, and it really makes everything kind of horrid. I was able to overcome it with a ton of cinnamon, but it was still pretty unpleasant. I think I’m going to try splitting it into servings just like with the rest, but just add each serving to a large glass of water and drink it that way. Hopefully if I dilute it enough, I won’t be able to taste it.

    Also, I’ve noticed that no matter how much water I added or how much I blended, I could never get everything to fully mix, so it was always a little powdery, which was not so much fun to drink. I think for the next meal, I’m going to try stirring it up with some hot water from my electric kettle first, at least until everything is properly dissolved, add cold water until I get the desired consistency, then pour it over ice. I’ve noticed that the colder it gets, the more palatable it becomes.

    One more warning… the calcium/magnesium and choline pills are very large. If you’re like me and have trouble with large pills, you’re definitely going to need to split them in half to be able to swallow them. I tried the cal/mag one whole and the damn thing got caught in my throat. I got it down eventually, but ugh.

  16. Michael C says:

    I just ordered all the items (sans salt and olive oil) from Amazon! Should get it all by the 24th.

  17. coasternd says:

    I’m still waiting on my last two ingredients Nutricity, an Amazon Seller, is being so so so slow.

  18. Michael C says:

    I was wondering, in the spreadsheet, which is awesome by the way along with the recipe, shows the fiber to be around 25% less that Rob’s recommendation. Is that ok? By that I mean it is known and acknowledged?

  19. Rob says:

    Very useful… may try this beginning in July when I move to my new place.

  20. SirZerty says:

    I just started this a few days ago. The taste is a little salty/oaty but it’s totally drinkable. splitting it in half and doing it in a Hamilton Beach 14oz blender, mixed perfectly, only used about 3-4 oz of water. I’m still sticking to 50% food during the week and 100% soylent on weekends. going to start a vlog to document it all soon. before I down it I just tell myself “this is a thousand times better than an MRE”

  21. NZ says:

    Hi! Thanks for posting all this information for everyone. I just ordered everything needed to make 2 weeks worth.

    I have 2 quick questions:

    1) Do you put all the Soylent into one cup and sip on it all day?

    2) How big a cup is needed for a day’s worth of Soylent?

    • SoylentAdmin says:

      Yah I tend to bring all my Soylent so I can drink it throughout the day and I use a 1.5L bottle

    • Ado says:

      Some people mix the whole lot.. some people mix it in a shaker before they drink it.

      Im going to try both to see how it works.. when my stuff eventually arrives. Ordered the stuff from the US.. for some reason DHL has decided to take it for a trip to Germany.. im in Australia. *boggled*

  22. coasternd says:

    Made my first batch tonight for dinner. Wow that was disgusting. I’m burping Vitamins now. It was also very salty. I think I am going to leave out the salt and Alive tomorrow morning and take the Alive straight up and add Caramel Syrup to it.

    • Michael C says:

      The salt for your dinner, was it 1/3 of the recipe? That would be 1/3 teaspoon of salt. That seems like very little. I agree about the vitamin taste. I have the vitamin drink bottle now while I am waiting for the rest to show up and yah I will not mix it in that is for dang sure.

    • Michael C says:

      I just finished whipping up my first batch. I found it salty as well.

      I am going to chill it overnight to deaden the taste or rather how the my taste buds perceive it, and to let the flavors blend and meld :-)

      I get to use my thermos again! (good for both hot and cold)

  23. coasternd says:

    Yeah, it was salty. I left the salt out this morning. *shrug* See what will happen. I guess I should add it back in at lunch.

  24. pvaughan says:

    Has anyone looked at Agave Necter vs maltodextrin? It looks like it has a lower glycemic index, it’s one less powder to try to mix in, and may be a little cheaper.

    • Ado says:

      Agave Necter is 71% sugar
      Maltodextrin is 8% sugar

      Maltodextrin is used for the immediate energy while the oats powder is for the lasting energy.

  25. Matt K says:

    How long should the ingredients you listed on Amazon last?

  26. Matt K says:

    Rob added creatine recently, might be worth tossing in there.

  27. SoylenTed says:

    You’re not accounting for a lot of the micronutrients in the Oat Powder.
    Nutrition Fact labels aren’t required to list everything.

  28. Andrew Josuweit says:

    It would be nice to know which variables in the recipe can be altered and not hurt your diet. For example, carb, protein, and total caloric intake would be variables due to exercise/body size. But I am wondering which variables I don’t want to mess with that can cause vitamin/mineral deficiencies and/or overdoses.

  29. Nick T says:

    Hi! How did you establish the figure of 2mg sulfur (translating to 6mg of the powder)?

    • SoylentAdmin says:

      Hey! MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) is only 34% sulphur which is why its 6mg to get 2mg of sulphur, someone informed me of that when this recipe was made, thanks!

  30. Wiktor says:

    I would reduce Sodium to 2.65 grams to achieve 1.5467 in a table.

    Recommended sodium intake

    The Institute of Medicine (IOM)1 recommends the following “adequate intakes,” or AIs, per day:

    1,000 milligrams (mg) for children aged 1 to 3
    1,200 mg for children aged 4 to 8
    1,500 mg for people aged 9 to 50
    1,300 mg for adults aged 51 to 70
    1,200 mg for seniors over 70 years of age.
    The IOM has also established a “tolerable upper intake level,” or UL (see Definitions and Limitations), which ranges from 1,500 mg to 2,200 mg of sodium per day for children and adolescents aged 1 to 13, up to 2,300 mg per day for people aged 14 or older. Consumption exceeding these limits increases the risks of adverse health effects, especially those linked to

  31. Byron says:

    You may cover this in your update, but I believe the calories for the olive oil in the spreadsheet are off. 4 tbsp are listed in the spreadsheet, which would be 480 calories, not 300. This brings the total calories to 1857.

    What sort of container do you use to carry it around all day? Would you mind giving a link to amazon or maybe just the brand/size/etc ? Thanks.

    Also, at nearly 1 tsp of salt, the taste is overwhelmingly salty. I personally add a quarter cup of splenda and a quarter teaspoon of salt and it tastes great. I’m thinking maybe adding salt tablets to get that extra 3/4tsp of salt would be ideal rather than having to taste it. What do you think?

  32. Kate says:

    Regarding the edit on the 22nd May:

    I can’t wait!! My husband and I live way out of the USA, and can’t purchase many vitamins etc. locally. Worse, Amazon etc. don’t usually ship to us. We can’t wait to buy several days’ worth of Soylent to try it out before spending the substantially higher amount of money on fancy expensive shipping to build our own supply!

    Thank you so very, very much for making this available worldwide! I hope that ultimately, you can sell not just single day amounts worldwide, but also week batches, and month batches. How customisable will the day batches be? Do you mix it yourself or is it pre-mixed to some degree? Ahh I can’t wait!

    Sometime next week means the 2nd June at the latest… Counting down the days now…

    • SoylentAdmin says:

      Hey Kate, I’m glad you’re excited! I’m hoping to have it available to order by June 1. I’m trying several ways to optimize the taste of the Soylent so it doesn’t turn anyone off from it since there have been several issues regarding the taste. It’ll be premixed but you will need oil/water, each order will come with the proper instructions. I’m looking forward to hearing from your feedback (and everyone else’s) so that I can fix the recipe and optimize the Soylent recipe here.

      • Kate says:

        Oh wow, June 1st? That’s fantastic! So you’ll be shipping the dry powdered ingredients mixed up; and on our (the consumers’) end, we just add the olive oil and water? Very convenient!

        I’m looking forward to trying it with vanilla and cinnamon depending on how it tastes, although taste is kind of secondary to the point of it all, considering. A not-required but nice-to-have luxury.

        Thank you so much for your reply! I can’t wait to try soylent! Most of the ingredients (or similar alternatives) aren’t available where I am and many don’t ship here either, so this may be my only chance at trying it for a while until things get to the stage where it can be sold in larger quantities. Thank you!!

  33. Darryl Weaver says:


    Soylent is one hell of a great concept which
    Has the potential of doing a lot of good for a
    Lot of people!


    Have you given consideration to create soylent
    Based: ice cream, soups, soft drinks, etc…
    My thought is the more varied the product the better
    The possibility that it can be mass distributed.

    Second question; why not algae based proteins, carbs and lipids?

    Whey is great when you have millions of lactating cattle around , but the places where soylent would be
    Most beneficial may not have that situation.

    Additional , you are only an hour or so away for Solazyme Inc. they are growing algae for fuel as well
    As nutrition supplements
    for people..

    Just wondering.

    Great concept.

    Godspeed on you endeavors!!!

  34. JH says:


    Your total amount of carbs is 280 grams, Rob’s recipe says 200 grams. Is there a reason for this difference?

    You could for example decrease the Maltodextrin from 200 grams to 130 grams, that would give you a total # of carbohydrates of 195.


  35. fred says:

    do you sell premixed soylent and ship to canada? how do i buy and how much does it cost?

    • SoylentAdmin says:

      I will be selling a 3 day supply of Soylent soon just to get some feedback on it, the projected cost is $20+shipping which is approximately the cost of the ingredients in the Beginner’s DIY recipe. I’m working on improving the taste at the moment but it will be available to purchase sometime this weekend.

  36. ClearNoise1969 says:

    For people living in Canada who would like to compile this formula a good place to purchase many of the ingredients including the liquid multivitamin, mineral tablets and maltodextrin is They are located in the United States but have low cost DHL shipping to Canada. You will still have to pay taxes and duty when receiving the parcel though. A Whole Oat Powder alternative can be purchased in Canada at Bulk Barn, it is essentially just Oat Flour which is sold at Bulk Barn. In terms of fiber Psyllium Husk can also be purchased at Bulk Barn to replace the fitness fiber. As for the Optimum Nutrition Whey that can be purchased at Popeye’s supplements which has locations across the country. Whey Powder is also available at Bulk Barn if you want to buy it from there. Olive Oil and Salt you can buy at any grocery store. The only difficult ingredient to locate is Monosodium Phosphate. If somebody could offer another alternative for chemical phosphorus available in Canada it would be appreciated.

    Also admin could you please incorporate the minerals found in the Oat Powder into your spreadsheet. Currently your spreadsheet shows the Oats as having 0% Iron and 0% Calcium as the values but the Oat Flour I consume is at 45% Iron and 8% Calcium per hundred grams. I don’t know how it compares to the Oat Powder in your formula but it’s probably similar.

    See ratings here:

    Thank you admin for taking the time to put this formula together and helping us create an accessible Soylent formula for ordinary people.

  37. Kate says:

    Is the 3 day supply of Soylent coming soon? I saw a button with a dead link to a store for a while at the top of this site, but then it disappeared… It hasn’t been abandoned, has it?

    Sorry, I’m sure you’re working very hard and are quite busy. A delay is understandable. It is just a delay, right?

    • Kate says:

      Ahh… My internet is gone for a week, and when it comes back, the page for buying soylent no longer exists. Did anyone buy any? I’m so, so sad that I missed out :(

      Looks like I’ll just have to wait for two years when Rob thinks he’ll be able to sell it himself. This absolutely sucks. Ah well; it was too good to be true I suppose. If only I lived in the US and I’d be able to buy or ship the ingredients directly and make it myself.

  38. Ben Isgur says:

    For anyone encountering problems with taste:

    I went through a fairly long process trying various taste solutions on this page and on the Soylent discourse, and here are my findings:

    1. Cinnamon is helpful, as is cocoa
    2. Taking some micronutrients on the side can be helpful
    3. Water!

    Digging through the discourse, I found a post from Rob where he said that he uses 2.5 Liters of water per day with it. I’d been using nowhere near that much–not even close. So I took 20% of a days serving and added a half liter of water, along with cinnamon, and that worked perfectly–it’s easy to drink and pleasant tasting without a strong taste. Adding much more water is easily my number one suggestion–it solved it for me 100%.

    • SoylentAdmin says:

      If you’re blending it, try putting in a banana, 2 tablespoons of nutella or peanut butter and try going half and half with coconut oil and olive oil or vegetable oil. These are some of the changes I’ve made that makes it taste so much better!

  39. NZ says:

    My first experience with soylent went something like this:

    Far too little water for the mix, wound up having moderate dehydration issues.
    Breathing issue – not like an asthma attack, or allergy reaction, I just kept feeling like I’d just run a marathon.

    Second experience:

    More severe breathing issue – same symptoms, just worse, and lasting for a few days.

    I’m wondering if it’s the maltodextrin, as I can vaguely remember hating whoppers, and malts (not milkshakes, malts).

    I’ll be trying the mix tomorrow without the maltodextrin while eating food as well.

    My question:

    If I have no problems with the mix-sans-maltodextrin, is there a decent replacement I can use?

    • Henry Scepurek says:

      Have you looked into the Life Extension Mix Vitamin?
      Rated #1
      Also available are allot of the other Soylent ingredients.

      There is a yearly fee for membership ($45 first year and $75 a year there after) but you get more then that in product (I think over $100 worth) with your sign-up.
      If you call to sign up you can choose what that product is.

      They have a monthly auto-ship you can change mo. very nice.

      The Capsule type is 14 per day if you don’t want to add the powder to your soylent

      Available in capsule, tab or powder.


      Supplement Facts
      Serving Size 3 scoops (12 grams) (per day)
      Servings Per Container 35
      Amount Per Serving
      Vitamin A (as 90% Betatene®1 D. salina natural beta-carotene with mixed carotenoids and 10% acetate)
      5000 IU
      Vitamin C (as calcium ascorbate, ascorbic acid, ascorbyl palmitate, magnesium ascorbate, niacinamide ascorbate, acerola extract)
      2000 mg
      Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol)
      2000 IU
      Vitamin E (as D-alpha tocopheryl succinate and D-alpha tocopherol)
      100 IU
      Thiamine (vitamin B1) (as thiamine HCl)
      125 mg
      Riboflavin (vitamin B2) (with 2 mg riboflavin 5’-phosphate coenzyme)
      50 mg
      Niacin (vitamin B3) (as 53% niacinamide, 38% niacin, 9% niacinamide ascorbate)
      190 mg
      Vitamin B6 (as 100 mg pyridoxal 5’-phosphate coenzyme and 5 mg pyridoxine HCl)
      105 mg
      Folate [from lemon (Citrus limon) extract (peel)]
      400 mcg
      Vitamin B12 (as hydroxocobalamin acetate)
      600 mcg
      3000 mcg
      Pantothenic acid (as D-calcium pantothenate with 5 mg pantethine)
      600 mg
      Calcium (as calcium carbonate, calcium ascorbate, D-calcium pantothenate, Calcium D-Glucurate2)
      218 mg
      Iodine (as potassium iodide)
      150 mcg
      Magnesium (as magnesium oxide, citrate, glycinate taurinate, arginate, ascorbate)
      400 mg
      Zinc (as OptiZinc®3 zinc monomethionine, zinc succinate)
      35 mg
      Selenium [as 50% Se-Methyl L-Selenocysteine, 25% L-selenomethionine (yeast free) (SelenoPure™4), 25% sodium selenite]
      200 mcg
      Copper (as TRAACS®14 copper glycinate chelate)
      1 mg
      Manganese (as manganese gluconate)
      1 mg
      Chromium [as Crominex®5 3+ chromium stabilized with Capros® (Phyllanthus emblica) extract (fruit) and PrimaVie® Shilajit]
      500 mcg
      Molybdenum (as sodium molybdate)
      125 mcg
      Potassium (as potassium chloride)
      37.4 mg
      N-acetyl-L-cysteine (NAC)
      600 mg
      200 mg
      250 mg
      Phosphatidylcholine (from soy)
      150 mg
      Choline (as choline bitartrate)
      120 mg
      Boron (as boron citrate/aspartate/glycinate complex)
      3 mg
      Ascorbyl palmitate (fat-soluble vitamin C)
      250 mg
      Trimethylglycine (TMG) (as betaine anhydrous) (from sugar beets)
      100 mg
      Citrus bioflavonoid complex (Citrus aurantium L.) (peel and fruit) [std. to 50% hesperidin (100 mg)]
      200 mg
      Broccoli sprout concentrate (A proprietary blend of broccoli sprout concentrates and Calcium D-Glucarate2) (providing glucosinolates, sulforaphane, D-3T, PEITC)
      525 mg
      Calcium D-Glucarate2
      200 mg
      Decaffeinated green tea (Camellia sinensis) extract (leaf) [standardized to 45% epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) (146.25 mg)]
      325 mg
      Acerola (Malpighia punicifolia) extract 4:1 (berry)
      300 mg
      HiActives®13 fruit/berry complex (proprietary blend of blackberry, blueberry, cherry, cranberry, elderberry, persimmon, prune powders)
      200 mg
      Wild blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium) standardized anthocyanin extract (fruit)
      150 mg
      Milk thistle (Silybum marianum) extract (seeds) [std. to 85% silymarin (85 mg)]
      100 mg
      Maqui berry (Aristotelia chilensis) anthocyanin extract (fruit)
      100 mg
      Tart cherry (Prunus cerasus) proanthocyanidin extract (skin and pulp)
      85 mg
      POMELLA®10 pomegranate extract (fruit) [std. to 30% punicalagins (25.5 mg)]
      85 mg
      Natural mixed tocopherols (providing gamma, delta, alpha, beta tocopherols)
      60 mg
      MirtoSelect®12 bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) extract (fruit)
      30 mg
      Leucoselect®6 grape seed (Vitis vinifera) proanthocyanidin extract (seeds)
      25 mg
      BioVin®7 grape (Vitis vinifera) proanthocyanidin extract (whole grapes)
      25 mg
      Bromelain (from pineapple) (Ananas comosus) (stem) (2400 gelatin digestive units per gram)
      15 mg
      Lutein [from marigold (Tagetes erecta) extract (flower)] (providing 465 mcg trans-zeaxanthin)
      15 mg
      Olive juice (Olea europea) extract (fresh fruit) (providing polyphenols, hydroxytyrosol, tyrosol and oleuropein)
      12.5 mg
      Sesame seed (Sesamum indicum) lignan extract
      10 mg
      Luteolin [from Pureolin™ and SMART™8 (Cynara cardunculus) extract (leaf)]
      8 mg
      Lycopene [from Tomat-O-Red®9 natural tomato extract (fruit)]
      3 mg
      Cyanidin-3-glucoside (C3G) [from black currant (Ribes nigrum) extract (fruit)]
      1.25 mg
      trans-Pterostilbene (from pTeroPure™11)
      0.5 mg
      Other ingredients: maltodextrin, natural orange flavor, stevia extract, silica.
      Contains soybeans.
      1- Betatene® is a registered trademark of Cognis Nutrition and Health.
      2- The use of Calcium D-Glucarate is licensed from Applied Food Sciences, LLC under U.S. Patent No. 5,561,160.
      3- OptiZinc® is a registered trademark of InterHealth Nutritionals, Inc.
      4- SelenoPure™ is a trademark of Nutrition 21.
      5- Crominex® 3+, Capros® and PrimaVie® are registered trademarks of Natreon, Inc.
      6- Leucoselect® is a registered trademark of Indena S.p.A.
      7- BioVin® is a registered trademark of Cyvex Nutrition.
      8- Pureolin™ and SMART™ are trademarks of Pharma Science Nutrients, Inc., and are used here under license. All rights reserved worldwide.
      9- Tomat-O-Red® is a registered trademark of LycoRed LTD.
      10- POMELLA® Extract is covered under U.S. Patent 7,638,640 and POMELLA® is a registered trademark of Verdure Sciences, Inc.
      11- pTeroPure™ is a trademark of ChromaDex, Inc.
      12- MirtoSelect® is a registered trademark of Indena, S.p.A., Milan, Italy.
      13- HiActives® is a registered trademark of VDF FutureCeuticals, Inc.
      14- TRAACS® is a registered trademark of Albion Laboratories, Inc.

      Dosage and Use
      Take three scoops per day in divided doses with meals, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
      Powder may not completely dissolve.
      Temporary flushing, itching, rash or gastric disturbances may occur. Liver function testing is recommended when niacin is taken in excess of 500 mg daily. Those with gout or liver diseases should avoid taking high doses of niacin. Consult with your doctor before using this product if you are taking anticoagulant medications. Individuals consuming more than 2,000 IU/day of vitamin D (from diet and supplements) should periodically obtain a serum 25-hydroxy vitamin D measurement. Vitamin D supplementation is not recommended for individuals with high blood calcium levels. Individuals with in-born errors of copper metabolism (e.g. Wilson’s disease) should avoid daily, chronic use of this product.


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