We’ve listened to your feedback and that of many other Hueligan’s over the years and have taken some of the most requested changes and combined them into an alternative Huel: Huel Black Edition.
Huel Black Edition has an alternative macronutritional ratio to Huel Powder and will give more Hueligans flexibility in their day-to-day diet.
Here is a rundown of everything you need to know! You can head here to get yours - https://huel.com/products/huel-black-edition
Here you can read some more detailed information - https://huel.com/pages/the-huel-black-edition-formula-explained
and you can read a comparison page - https://huel.com/pages/which-huel-powder-is-right-for-me
- 50% lower carbs
- 33% more protein (40g protein per serving)
- no artificial sweeteners (sweetened with stevia + organic coconut sugar)
- <5g sugar per serving
- kombucha for B-vitamins
- added probiotics
- green tea extract for polyphenol antioxidants
- available in Vanilla and Chocolate flavors
- plus all the other great things you’d expect from Huel, eg all 27 vitamins and minerals, high in omega-3s, high fiber, low sugar (less than 5% sugar), phytonutrients; like all Huel products, Huel Black Edition is nutritionally complete at 2,000 calories and each meal contains the right amounts of essential nutrients.
Some of our biggest requests are around a reduced carb version of Huel and this version has a macronutrient ratio of 17:40:40:3 (carbs:fat:protein:fiber). This is genuinely our most requested Huel ever and we’re so excited to release it.
Add two scoops of Huel Black Edition (90g) to water in a shaker, shake well and consume.
Why there’s no kelp in Black Edition
You might be wondering why Black doesn’t contain Kelp. We wanted to give you a little more backstory about kelp.
- We’ve removed kelp from Black Edition based on feedback from Hueligans here about its inclusion in v3.0
- We are seriously considering removing it from v3.0 in time, but nothing is confirmed yet
- The reason kelp was included is that we needed a source of natural iodine to sell Huel directly in Japan. Kelp was, and still is, a great solution for this.
- The intention was always to get a source with no risk of contamination, which as you’ve pointed out does exist; however, this has proven difficult to source and was not possible further down the line.