I’ve been pretty regular with huel now for over a year, esp. my breakfasts being predominantly huel, and i enjoy it. I recently chanced upon this NHS topic on vitamin A and wondered what the opinions here were. The main sentences I’m looking at are:
According to some research, having more than an average of 1.5mg a day of vitamin A over many years may affect your bones, making them more likely to fracture when you’re older.
If you take supplements containing vitamin A, make sure your daily intake from food and supplements doesn’t exceed 1.5mg. If you eat liver every week, don’t take supplements that contain vitamin A.
I didn’t find how to link sub-items to the topics so I just quoted them for yous to find in that page.
Finally, here’s the page where the NHS discusses vitamin-A. Huel, from ingredient, i can see has ~160ug/100g so was just wanting to know that having Huel along with normal regular meals (I don’t eat liver often though) shouldn’t really affect anything right ? Seems vitamin-A is readily stored instead of getting discarded, causing NHS to mention the above.