Hey @flavflav, thanks so much for these additional points of discussion and welcome to the US Huel forum!
A majority of the video discusses the issue of oxidation as well as omega-6 consumption when it comes to plant-based oils. Huel is vegan and will contain plant-based sources of essential nutrients, including omega-6s, to be nutritionally complete too.
This is all discussed in the pages I linked in the previous post, but I wanted to briefly highlight a couple points below:
When it comes to Huel, there have been steps taken to decrease risk of oxidation or stop it from occurring. These include, for example, using cold-pressed sunflower oil and the packaging of the products.
Omega-6s are essential to include in appropriate, not excessive, amounts relative to omega-3s. Huel contains both omega-3s, mainly from flaxseed, and omega-6s, mainly from sunflower oil powder and/or canola oil (in RTD).
You can find the amounts of omega-3s and omega-6s on the nutrition pages for each of our products under the “Full Nutritional Profile” section, if you are interested.
Some plant-based oils also provide other nutrients like vitamins E and K.