Whilst researching supplements and nutritionally complete food products, I read that there have been problems with some established companies legally selling products that contain potentially harmful levels of heavy metals. This is due to them sourcing rice ingredients from countries where they have fewer restrictions and testing on heavy metal content.
How safe is this product? Aside from what’s in it that’s good, what kind of tests have been done on Huel to ensure it is not toxic for long term use?
I’m looking forward to results of the year long study Huel will be conducting. Will this include measuring health and how the body processes Huel, or mainly to do with if a person enjoys the experience? (other people’s short term tests seem to always be about whether they could stomach a liquid diet for a period of time, rather than nutritional benefit)