Unless you live under a rock, odds are you've heard of Soylent before. This meal replacement drink has been the center of attention for quite some time, and people seem to really love it. Right now, you can save 20% on a variety of flavors by clipping the on-page coupon here before checking out. These rarely go on sale during the year, and most of the discounts tend to take place during January for those kickstarting a New Year's resolution.
This deal must be completed using Amazon's Subscribe & Save option. That will sign you up to receive shipments of Soylent at monthly intervals of your choice, however you can cancel your subscription immediately after this purchase is made so it doesn't renew or charge you anything else.
This discount drops a 12-pack of the original flavor down to just $25.50, or you can try the coffee flavor or vanilla for less than $4 more. If you don't need the premade drinks, you can pick up just over 2 pounds of the powder for $25.50 as well.
With Soylent being a full meal replacement, this is a great way to get those meals in during your busy times. We've all been there before, caught up at the office, sitting for long hours in front of our monitors, and the last thing on our mind is food. It's not healthy, so stop doing it and put the excuses behind. Use this discount to make the first step towards a healthier you.
Our pal Mark Guim has had amazing success using Soylent. He says:
I've been drinking Soylent for about two years and I absolutely love it. When I have a busy schedule, I prefer to drink it rather than order delivery or cook a meal. Ordering out can get very expensive and cooking can take a long time.
When trying to lose weight in the past year, counting calories has been important. Tracking with Soylent is easy because I know every bottle is 400 calories. I don't drink Soylent for all my meals, but I've lost over 30 pounds this year by going to the gym 3-4 times a week and keeping my intake to about 2,000 calories a day.
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