Hey all, this is a question I’ve had for quite a while and one that I’ve been asked by friends a lot, but I could not find an answer on this forum.
I understand that Huel is nutrionally complete, which I take to mean that one could theoretically live off just that and still be healthy, but what about if (like almost everyone buying this) you don’t live off just that? What if you replace only one or two meals a day? What if you (like I do) tend to have some of your powder with (light soy) milk?
Huel is nutritionally complete at 2,000 calories, so at this intake, you’ll have sufficient of all nutrients for optimal health. Milk does not ‘jepardise nutritional completeness’. If you do not consume a 100% Huel diet (like most people) then you’ll have to look after the rest of your nutrition yourself.
It almost seems like you are trying to pick a fight/argument with people all the time by the way you come across and I’m not entirely sure what you are trying to achieve. I know that no matter my response to your question you will likely disagree so I will leave it there.