Well, I personally feel much better with 100% Huel than eating “real food” (I know, Huel is also real food, but you know what I mean) or just replacing two meals a day. I never felt tired after my meals again, I felt satiated throughout the day and to me the most convincing fact is, that my dyshidrotic eczema absolutely vanished just because of Huel. Obviously there are some ingredients in “normal” food, that are not good for my body, but unfortunately I still don’t know what they are. Huel helped me immensely there. I have been trying to find out about my triggers for the last decade.
The interesting thing here is, as soon as I started eating vegetarian meals again, the eczema returned. So I am going back to 100% Huel as soon as possible (waiting for my next delivery) and I will also try to identify my triggers with the help of Huel. Before Huel, my only option to do this was to eat cooked white rice and then slowly adding ingredient after ingredient, until I would show a reaction. That was grueling and took weeks over weeks, and so I didn’t stick to it. But with Huel, I know that my body is healthy and I can take my time to find the foods that cause my skin troubles.
So yes, from my experience, 100% Huel feels good :).
I know that this is not a clinically verified answer, but from my subjective experience, I can really recommend going 100%.
Maybe some of you guys out there have similar problems.