Natty problems lol
I am about 20lbs heavier now than what I was when I first started posting in RHET.
Do that for a month and see how you feel. In addition to all the vitamins we've identified as necessary, there's a bunch of shit in food that nutritionists don't really understand but are pretty sure play important roles in a lot of bodily functions i.e. lycopene
Goaded by “the silence of the yams,” Mr. Pollan wants to help old-fashioned edibles fight back. So he has written “In Defense of Food,” a tough, witty, cogent rebuttal to the proposition that food can be reduced to its nutritional components without the loss of something essential. “We know how to break down a kernel of corn or grain of wheat into its chemical parts, but we have no idea how to put it back together again,” he writes.
In this lively, invaluable book — which grew out of an essay Mr. Pollan wrote for The New York Times Magazine, for which he is a contributing writer — he assails some of the most fundamental tenets of nutritionism: that food is simply the sum of its parts, that the effects of individual nutrients can be scientifically measured, that the primary purpose of eating is to maintain health, and that eating requires expert advice. Experts, he says, often do a better job of muddying these issues than of shedding light on them. And it serves their own purposes to create confusion. In his opinion the industry-financed branch of nutritional science is “remarkably reliable in its ability to find a health benefit in whatever food it has been commissioned to study.”
tl;dr we don't know enough about the human diet to figure it out, but we do know that eating stuff that isn't 'real food' makes people sick and that you can't create a diet based off macros + micronutrients and be healthy.
Vice is blocked here but if that's the dude that made a gross vitamin shake to subsist on, check in on him in a year or two and see how healthy he is.