EDIT: My point with this thread is to question and find out if I should settle with Huel, or if there are ANY benefits from trying competing products.
Also to question if there is anything I could add to Huel, to make it better for my body and health.
Obviously our bodies are all different and what works for me might not work for someone else, but that means the only to learn this, is to test it. Therefor I’m very interested if anyone have taken note on ingredients you think Huel is lacking or had good results mixing food supplements with Huel?
Even though I would like a cheap product (who wouldn’t?), my focus is manly on health (body and mind, and long term effects). IMO the food we eat is the worst place to cut down on quality only to save money.
My least concern is actually the taste. Better taste is not the reason I’m buying powdered food ;).
I’ve also learned that even if something tastes bad to begin with, my body is quite good at adapting and learning to like it, if it feels better after eating it. Much like you didn’t like certain vegetables as a child. I didn’t like the taste of Huel at first either, but now I sometimes crave it
I’ve tried Jake before and my stomach didn’t feel so good on days where I only ate Jake. They got a new recipe, but I’m not sure if I will give it another go.
I’m now running on Huel Gluten Free (56 packs) and tried Huel Original (56 packs) before that.
I’d be very interested in learning more about the more expensive alternatives as well, that market themselves as “superfood”, “organic”, “whole food”, “real food”, “natural”, etc.
I’m taking about products like Ambronite (too expensive), Bertrand (will try next week!), Nutberg, VEXX, Veetal, 100percentfood, etc. and hope to settle if there is any benefit at all to these products over Huel or if I should stick with Huel.
Therefor I’m very interested in you guys experience with Huel and with these alternatives, and if you feel there’s anything Huel is missing.
I would also like to know if anyone can claim there is absolutely no benefit at all from using these more expensive alternatives over Huel, and why that is?