I understand Huel uses a macronutrient ratio of 37% carb, 30% protein, 30% fat, 3% fiber.
I would like the Huel dietitician to share his or her opinion on the use of Huel following a gall bladder removal surgery. When the post-op dietary advice says “low fat diet” - does that mean avoid the burgers and bacon and cheese, or fried foods that is the typical American diet… or unilaterally reduced fat of any type or source (saturated, trans, poly/mono unsaturated or animal vs plant vs seed)
If the purpose of low fat is to minimize the discomfort of learning how to process food without the bursts of bile that the gall bladder provides in response to a large load of fat, would the fat in Huel be generally well tolerated? Would it be sensible to introduce lower amount of Huel more frequently? Ex: instead of 90g as a breakast with none until lunch, make 45g for breakfast then another 45g for “second breakfast”? (to quote a famous Hobbit)
I love using Huel to get the nutrition in moments where I would skip food because I can’t decide what to eat. My newest challenge is going to be finding gluten and dairy free, and now, low fat meals for my wife after this cholecystectomy.