You may be aware that Huel v2.0 has been released, with the addition of Sodium Fluoride at 3.5mg per 2000 calories.
The changlog can be seen here:
and the nutritional information can be seen here:
note that a reason wasn’t given in the changelog but James Collier stated that Sodium Fluoride was needed for Huel to make it more nutritionally complete. Here:
What we know about Sodium Fluoride
It is the active chemical in toothpaste which makes teeth stronger and more resistant to decay.
It is already added to the water supply across England and Ireland, but rejected in Wales and Scotland.
Low amounts can lead to dental fluorisis in children.
Higher amounts of Fluoride can lead to staining or pitting of teeth.
Allergic reaction is unlikely, but possible.
It is an inorganic chemical with no nutritional benefit.
It doesn’t have to be digested to have beneficial effects on teeth.
It is still debated whether it is safe or not and if it should be added to the water supply or digested at all.
- Yes, I think Sodium Fluoride should be added to Huel.
- No, I do not think Sodium Fluoride should be added to Huel.