Just ordered my first batch of Huel after umming and ahhing for the last week.
So my first question is based on things like various MLM companies I’ve reviewed (I do business development and have often helped MLM people sell more, so learned a lot about the various products), has anyone had any MLM type body effects?
For instance, constant users of Juice+ report glowing/vibrant skin and sparkly eyes and great hair growth.
Users of Forever Living report similar results, as well as increased energy etc.
Maybe a bit of perspective will help; I’m a very fit and active person, but my diet is TERRIBLE. I’ve done freerunning and acrobatics and martial arts and dance for 12 years or so, but suffered some major injuries in the ankles and knees which has made me stop, although more recently I’ve got patella tendonitis in both knees, so once I manage to fix that, I’ll be spending more time in the gym.
As my diet mainly consists of dominos, jars of nutella, takeaways and steak dinners (I mean, I do eat healthy meals, but like 80% junk), will switching to Huel increase my overall health and vitality?
There will be obvious changes from cutting a lot of the junk out, but could I expect to see things like glowing skin or increased blood flow or consistent energy?
What about things like increased joint function? I know it probably can’t advertise things like that, but has anyone noticed things like that?
I see a lot of advertising that says Huel can replace meals and supply all the RDA’s, but where does that sit in comparison to say, a Raw Vegan Athlete or BodyBuilder that eats clean?
I plan on having 2 or 3 Huels per day, with a healthy dinner, lots of snacking on fruit and the odd meal out.
When I start back at the gym, I’ll probably add some protein powder into each shake and a meal and fruit.
(Apologies if this doesn’t seem like a structured question, I’m exhausted and excited haha).