This has been asked by a few people and it is certainly something we can look into.
Most of your questions @5kg2go are not easy to answer as pardon the pun, it’s not black or white. There’s many things that go into a persons’ lifestyle and people react differently to the same thing.
Gaining/losing weight is about calories in calories out, whatever the source. If you were somehow able to consume 5000kcal of celery you will gain weight. However, there’s so much more to our health than weight which is where eating the “right” foods comes in.
I wouldn’t say one is more beneficial than the other. It’s down to the individual and what works for them. You can create the healthiest diet in the world but it doesn’t matter if you don’t eat it or stop following it after a month - keeping healthy habits up for the long term is the tricky bit.
Check out this article to see if it can answer some of your questions.
A lower carb high protein powder was entirely intentional. Oats are high in carbs so they don’t fit in the nutritional profile we created.
It’s possible Huel Black Edition may be more suitable for your digestion. It’s hard to say without knowing much information.
Sorry I haven’t explained this well. We define nutritionally complete as providing at least 100% of the recommended amounts of all essential nutrients per 2000kcal (these amounts are set by governments). So products can differ slighlty e.g. Black Edition has more protein than v3.0 but both have more protein than is recommend (more detail on this here) Carbs are technically not essential so have no RDA although they have loads of uses.