In Huel there is 3.5 g potassium per 8 MJ (2000 kcal), equal to the recommended value as the EFSA. In Jimmy Joy there is 2 g / 8 MJ. Someone commented the following:
I’ve looked into this a bit more and since sodium and potassium levels are interlinked, low sodium levels cause higher potassium levels and vice versa. Based off what I’ve read my guess is that the DRIs are based off the average diet with high sodium (2300mg / day) which also increases your potassium needs. The sodium levels in Plenny are relatively low (600 mg / day) which decreases your needs for potassium.
What are the thoughts on this regarding Huel? Is there too much potassium since Huel also doesn’t have that much sodium? Or is there too little in Jimmy Joy?