Regardless of the lack of proper studies into ground flax seed, it’s undeniable that there are hundreds of people worldwide that have consumed Huel fairly regularly wouldn’t you say? Or do you think all of these people or those offering their personal anecdotes of using Huel are lying and secretly it’s a big conspiracy?
Unless people are buying it and not consuming it, Huel would have gone out of business if it wasn’t regularly purchased and used by people.
I’ve consumed Huel for over 5 months now, at least once, often twice a day and apart from the occasional, often reported flatulence, I’ve suffered no other effects and feel great. Had a blood test a few weeks ago and all of my results were improved from 5 months prior.
Huel has been around long enough now, that if there were any side effects from consuming ground flaxseed regularly it would have become apparent.
In addition, it’s undeniable that thousands of people worldwide regularly consume ground flaxseed daily as a fat source, especially vegans - it’s sold in every supermarket in the UK. Again, if there was a serious concern or side effect regarding it and cyanide, it would have become apparent by now.
Studies or not, common sense has to play a part in all this instead of scaremongering.
EDIT: ALSO - many, many reputable studies are based largely on anecdotal evidence and surveys with large sample sizes and questionnaires being sent, with responses 100% based on trust/anecdotal evidence. It’s nothing to turn your nose up at.