New poster here!
Have been using Huel for the past 2 months and am very much a huge fan. It’s helped me achieve everything I needed it to - saved me money, helped me clear my headspace around food after some years of really disordered eating, helped me lose weight (down 15 kilos now!), helped me get my health up, activity up and has made eating something positive and healthful rather than the stress/panic -> binge -> illness -> comfort eating -> stress/panic cycle it had been before.
The only thing I’m not impressed with is the level of fiber in Huel even though it’s partially oat-based. I’ve had a new set of blood work come through from the doctor who says that I need to up my intake of fiber massively. Inputting my daily eating into Cronometer, I’m sad to see I only get 40% of my daily fiber on average.
I take two scoops of Huel twice a day, snack on fruit/nuits and either have raw fruits or some grilled protein for dinner, or if I’m having an active evening, will usually fast until morning.
Are there any plans in the works about increasing the fiber content of Huel that anyone knows of? It really does seem to be the key point that it’s lacking for a full nutritional profile, apart from Potassium, which also seems low.