Ample Vs. Soylent - Big Differences Between the Biggest Meal Replacements

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Today, we're breaking down Ample versus Soylent! Which meal replacement supplement could be right for you?

Soylent changed the way people think about meal replacements. Targeting techies and busy entrepreneurs, Soylent wanted customers to look at meal replacements as a crucial part of their productivity routine. What if you could cut food prep, eating, and cleanup out of the equation?

Ample came hot on the heels of this meal replacement revolution. Launched a couple of year's after Soylent's debut, it takes a different approach: instead of delivering a ton of nutrients encased in soy and seed oil, what if we had a super satiating, all-natural meal replacement that improved gut health and delivered antioxidants?

One serving of Soylent is two scoops, which comes to 400 calories: 20 grams of protein, 39 grams of carbohydrates (5 grams of soluble fiber, 15 grams of sugar), and 20 grams of fat (1.5 grams saturated, 3.5 grams polyunsaturated, 14 grams monounsaturated, no trans fat).

If you're looking at 400 calories of Ample — the same amount in one "meal" of Soylent — you'll get 27 grams of protein, 25 grams of carbs (10 grams fiber, 4 grams sugar), and 21 grams of fat (10 grams saturated). Unlike with Soylent, there's no info about polyunsaturated fats.

Soylent is cheaper and more nutritious, though it has more artificial and non-Paleo ingredients, plus it doesn't taste amazing.

Ample tastes great and has way more ingredients for gut health, but there are few vitamins or minerals and it's much more expensive.

Find out more of our thoughts in our full review at the link above! And if you've tried either of these popular meal replacements, let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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