Been using Huel for almost 75% of my daily calorie intake since 2018 and absolutely love it!
However there are almost always things to improve and one of them would be to eradicate Sucralose as a sweetener. I started with Original Huel and tried other tastes back n forth but Original is the one for me, however my belly really doesn’t like Sucralose even in the small amounts that is in Huel.
Sucralose is often being ignored as any culprit due to the small amounts used in Huel which is understandable if you only have Huel occasionally but if you consume Huel daily, then it’s another ballgame in my opinion. There are multiple threads about Sucralose not only on this forum but many more which all describes a pretty similar outcome/reaction.
I’ve since then toned down the sweetness of Original with U&U which has shown noticeable difference. And before anyone says it’s probably something else that I changed with my diet, I will reply with that I have tested this on multiple occasions to have a few more scoops of Original (and thus more Sucralose) and less U&U and every time (after a few days), my belly will get more upset and stinky while it will normalize a few days after as soon as I have taken less of the Original Huel.
My current mix: I have a hard time eating just U&U so I use the stevia flavor boost pouches to compensate and that works fairly well in terms of taste and no impact on belly. Usually 3 scoops of U&U and 2 scoops of Original (old scoops) and half a teaspoon of flavor boost (stevia) with 6dl distilled water and 2dl plant milk (yeah thats thick! but I don’t like peeing more than necessary)
The other suggestion is about prepared food which many of us are so fond of
I recently got myself an Instant-pot and that was a really great investment I wished I bought sooner. So my thought is what if you could make some meals that are made for instant-pots which is often more healthy than using a pan due to the more controlled cooking method with less risk for burned food.
Like you get most of the bulk from Huel and then possibly add some vegetables and/or other additions to your likings in the pot and start cooking (potting?).