Mixing my new Huel 2.0 in the nutribullet it releases streaks of red in it which look just like just like blood in water. There’s also an orange/yellow colour too which doesn’t bother me as much. I must say I find the blood looking streaks very off putting. Is anyone else getting this or is it just me. Can’t upload a picture.
Nothing to worry about. See here - https://huel.com/pages/huel-version-2-0-the-principal-changes.
[quote]2) Addition of Lycopene
Lycopene is a naturally occurring carotenoid phytonutrient. Lycopene
is especially high in tomatoes and is partly responsible for their red
colour (meaning that Huel may have a slight red fleck). Lycopene is a
potent antioxidant with a range of benefits (2). Antioxidants
are required to quash free radicals, and can slow the aging process,
reduce cardiovascular disease risk and reduce the risk of some cancers.
There is particularly good evidenced that the long term use of lycopene
reduces the risk of prostate cancer (4,5,6,7). We’ve added lycopene to Huel v2.0 as we feel its inclusion is of significant benefit to health.[/quote]
Ok I guess this makes me feel better. But its seriously off putting. Guess It’ll take some getting used to.
So glad someone else has noticed this! I just came on here to ask about it. My first thought was that I’d cut myself and dripped blood in my huel