I totally remember this feeling, and I can say that for me it settled down and your body gets used to it (in MY experience at least).
I’ve been on Huel for Breakfast - 2 scoops - and Lunch - 2 or 3 scoops depending on if I have a gym class in the evening - since March.
When I started I only switched my breakfasts, I would have 3 scoops at around 8am, it took around 40 minutes to drink the damn thing and I would start feeling peckish again around 10:30am. I wasn’t full blown hungry, but I craved all kinds of things I was used to eating, and even just craved the chewing sensation. Then at 12 I would just wolf down whatever I had for lunch.
After 4-5 days my body adjusted, and it was like I suddenly didn’t feel like snacking all the time. I then started to switch out my lunch as well, and that took another 5-6 days to get used to.
If I think I’m a little peckish, say I’m more tired than usual or did a run that morning, I will supplement the huel with I have some fruit or veg - not mixed in (I know that’s what other people do but I use a shaker not a blender).
I think at only 2 days it might be too early to say, with any change to a diet it can take a long time for your body to get used to it, which might be annoying but it’s worth it if it works in the end!
I had two weeks off from Huel at the end of May as I went abroad and craved it the whole time, then when I came back I found it really hard to get back on the wagon the first few days - I just wanted bread and cheese
I think 3 scoops is a huge amount and I really struggle to have any more than 2 first thing in the morning BUT I’ve always struggled to eat breakfast, and everyone is different.
Let us know how you feel after a couple more days maybe?