Hiya, I’m quite new to all this but discovered yesterday that there is aprox 45 scoops per bag. So for the £50 gluten free order I made i got 2 bags so a total of 90 scoops which will last me approx 9 days fr my macros . Hope this helps. I’ve been 100% Huel since yesterday and am loving it!
Look for the Mathematical Diet post on this forum. There is a spreadsheet you can download. Fill in a few boxes and it gives you an entire plan!!! Just brilliant, I’ve been using it for four months and been pretty much exactly on plan all the way through (excluding a holiday which set me back two weeks )
Hi, I’m doing 100% Huel for the month of September. I’m still learning but here is what I’ve figured out so far:
One level scoop of Huel is approx 38g which is 157 calories. I need to aim for around 1200 calories per day to lose. Given that I intend to add soy milk to my shakes and other flavours, I must take into account the additional calories. With that in mind, if I consume 6 scoops per day (2 scoops per shake to be consumed 3 times per day), that’ll bring me to around 912 calories in Huel alone. One litre of Tesco Organic Sweetened Soy Milk contains 420 calories. Let’s assume that if I mix each shake partly with soy and partly with water that I’ll be consuming roughly 600ml of soy per day, which is 252 calories, bringing me up to 1,164 calories per day. That’s a fairly decent base to work from and any additional flavours can quite easily be calculated in without bringing me excessively over my aim. Of course, activity levels will also impact this and assuming I do around 30 mins of HIIT running each day then I can reasonably expect to burn around 200-400 calories depending on intensity and therefore could increase my intake accordingly.
Do remember to calculate in any calories consumed from drinking tea or juice. Good luck
I’m not sure why people keep worrying about precise amounts when it comes to ordering. If you run out, just order some more, there’s next day delivery so I’m sure you can figure out if you’re about to run out in plenty of time. Unless you’re outside the UK and want to minimise overheads, I guess.