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Huel Cookies

Posted by Mario Tarantino on

Makes up to 10 cookies depending on the size you want to make them 100g GF plain flour, 100g Vanilla Huel, 1g baking powder, 1g baking soda, ¼ tsp fine sea salt, 75g vegan chocolate chips, 50g soft brown sugar, 50g granulated sugar, 50g melted coconut oil, 50 ml water, In a bowl combine the flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Combine and add the chocolate chips and toss to coat. [/step] In another bowl, combine sugar, oil and water and whisk until the sugar has incorporated into the oil and the mixture is smooth (about 1-2 min)[/step] Add...

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Low Carb Huel - Two Hacks

Posted by Carolina Andrea Diaz on

People’s definitions of ‘low carb’ vary considerably from anything below 40% of total energy coming from the total carbohydrate content of a diet, down to as low as 10 or even 5%. However, most people feel that a level of around 20% of total energy coming from carbs is considered ‘low carb’. Huel provides 40% of total energy from carbohydrates, and we’ve had requests from Huelers for a ‘low carb’ version of Huel and, as we have no plans to produce this at the moment, this article provides a couple of Huel ‘hack’ recipe options. How many calories do the...

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The Role of Vitamin K2 in the Human Diet

Posted by James Collier on

Vitamin K is an essential micronutrient. The EU nutrient reference value (NRV) is 75µg(1) and the US Reference Daily Intake (RDI) is 120(2). Both intakes are easy to achieve with a varied Western diet. Vitamin K's primary function is that it's needed for efficient blood clotting and vessel integrity, and it therefore has a role in wound healing. In addition, vitamin K is also involved in maintaining bone health. The primary form of vitamin K is phylloquinone, which is also known as vitamin K1. This is found naturally in plant products and is abundant in a varied diet, and this...

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Introducing the Huel Advisory Panel

Posted by James Collier on

At Huel, the quality of what we supply is important and we are continually reviewing and developing our products. The same applies to the nutritional information we provide on our website, labels and printed literature. Huel products have been developed by a strong team who work directly for Huel, and we have also worked with other organisations and individuals to ensure we’re providing the best quality products and information. As we are continually striving to be better than we are already, we’ve enrolled the services of other nutrition and product development experts. This enables the team to have an even...

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Huel Version 2.1 - the principal changes

Posted by Tim Urch on

In June 2015 we launched Huel and shortly after we incorporated a couple of formula tweaks. We sold Huel v1.2 successfully for over 9 months. Always innovating, we felt there were changes we could make to further improve Huel.  In August 2016 we launched v2.0 and you can read these changes here. Now we’ve launched Huel v2.1 which features some further improvements which follow both feedback from regular Huelers as well as our own research. As before, the main ingredients in Huel are unchanged. Primarily, Huel remains as: oats, pea protein, flaxseeds, brown rice protein, MCT from coconut and sunflower...

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