Research and engineering. It's our favorite part of eating.
We thought a lot about what goes into Soylent, so you wouldn't have to.
Soy Protein Isolate
Soy protein isolate provides a smooth texture and robust amino acid profile.
Sunflower and Canola Oil
High oleic sunflower and canola oils are a high-quality sources of monounsaturated fats and contain 0g trans fat per serving.
A slow-metabolizing disaccharide synthesized from beets offers sustained energy without the spikes of refined sugar.
Vitamins + minerals
Each bottle of Soylent Drink provides an array of micronutrients.
In Each Bottle
20G | Protein
20 grams of highly digestible soybean protein = Plenty of all of the essential amino acids, and the only plant protein to achieve the "Perfect 1.0" protein digestibility score so you get more from your plant protein. But it's not just all about nutrition; Our soy protein has a neutral flavor and creamy texture -- it's not gritty or chalky, like pea or rice protein.
28 | Essential Micros
Our cells need vitamins and minerals to get through the day, which we must get through our diet. Soylent drinks have 15-20% of the recommended value of 28 essential micronutrients making it easy to get a balance of nutrients all in one place and stay on track with your nutrition goals.
500mg | Omega-3 PUFA
Soylent is rich in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, or PUFA. Soylent's PUFA powerhouses include the omega-3 alpha-linolenic acid, or ALA. Our plant-based fats are free of trans fatty acids, and are widely studied for their health benefits.
Soylent is designed with a 'slow-carb' approach. Sure, it's low in sugar (< 10g per serving) and provides a good source of dietary fiber to aid digestion. Instead of cane sugar, glucose or fructose, we use isomaltulose, a slowly digestible sugar. The result? Steady, sustained energy, without heavy spikes in blood sugar.
Animal-Free | Plant Based
Soylent is plants. We're all about harnessing the nutrition of plants. No animals are harmed when its comes to Soylent, and who wouldn't moo to that?