Hello. I tried Huel a couple of years back and wasn’t convinced for some reason, although I liked the taste. However, I’m having dental surgery next week and thought I’d give it another go as I won’t be able to chew. I started using it a few days ago to allow my stomach to get used to it before an enforced 80-100% Huel diet for a bit.
I love it! I’m finding it really filling, and the Chocolate Mint flavour is great. It’s also just as great mixed 50/50 with New Vanilla. I’ve had no stomach issues, feel really energised as I’m finding it a great way to keep calories down.
My job is food-related and I have to eat out a lot, and I think this will be a great antidote to that, with the added bonus of helping me shed a few pounds (I need to lose about 20lb).
So yes, that’s it. Just thought I’d introduce myself. I’m recovering from my operation at my mum’s house so will need to give her Huel-making instructions - I’m not sure what she’ll make of it.
Not sure what surgery you had … BUT I had a similar operation in May and 2 weeks of liquid food only helped my introduction into Huel
Recovery was quick and despite the initial pain I experienced … I am fully recovered and the result is great
I’m still having 2 meals of Huel per day plus a proper cooked meal
Huel is now part of my life, and I am thankful that Huel helped me through my 2 weeks after surgery and has helped me lose weight and feel much better since the operation date
Good luck with yours and within a few months you will forget the pain you went through
I had 4 teeth removed (front 4 !.. already had 2 middle lower missing !) … 4 instant load long metal implants installed (not quite as instant as you think !)
And 2 weeks later my 7 teeth, set in place …
Now I can enjoy the results … I had 2 weeks looking like Jaws from 007 !!
Great to hear you aren’t suffering (too much)
Huel is indeed a lifesaver when on a liquid only intake … @JamesCollier , this could be an ideal application in hospitals etc etc (where’s my % share for this suggestion)