I wouldn’t say its a British thing - cinnamon is used in many cultures cooking around the world and cinnamon buns/swirls/rolls are a Swedish invention I think ( ? ) but are very popular all over Northern Europe, USA and Asia.
BE version ordered so looking forward to trying it out at some point in the near future…
As with other Huel Powders, Cinnamon Swirl in v3 and Black Ed are both low histamine. I can’t comment on mast cell problems without more specific info including the medical background of the condition and medication.
I wish I had more info, but it’s Long Covid so it’s all pretty vague. A lot of us are on a low-histamine diet and anti-histamines as all of our symptoms worsen otherwise. Some papers refer to it as MCAS but who knows if it’s actually that… Huel Black has been my go-to safe food.
The reason I was asking is because on a lot of websites they say cinnamon is bad for people with these conditions. But so are chocolate and strawberries, and I’m fine with those shakes.
I’ll add some bags to my next order and see what it does.
Cinnamon Swirl is a little more expensive than the rest of our flavours. This isn’t a price increase, all our other flavours are the same, it’s just Cinnamon Swirl costs more to make. It is delish though!