The Huel Powder Formula Explained

Huel Powder is a nutritionally complete powdered food that is high in protein and fibre while being low in sugar and contains a balanced macro split of 37:30:30:3 (carbohydrate, protein, fat, fibre) and all 26 essential vitamins and minerals.

Additionally, it contains no lactose, animal products, or soy.

Huel Powder meets the EU Reference Nutrient Intake (RNI), Reference Intake (RI) and Nutrient Reference Value (NRV) for all macro- and micronutrients[1].

Continue reading to find out more about Huel Powder.

The Huel Powder Formula Explained

Nutritional Information and Ingredients of Huel Powder

Huel Powder is 37:30:30:3 Macro Split

The principle macronutrients that we obtain energy from food are carbohydrate, fat, protein and fibre, and in Huel Powder we’ve set them at the ratio of 37:30:30:3 respectively; i.e. 37% of the energy comes from carbohydrates, 30% from fats, 30% from proteins and 3% from fibre.

Amino acids are the most basic units of protein, and several amino acids are essential for life, with others being crucial for good health, so any diet has to contain a significant amount of protein.

There are also fatty acids that are essential for life and good health, so including sources of fat is crucial too. Additionally, sources of fat tend to contain fat-soluble vitamins and fat aids their absorption.

Carbohydrate, whilst not essential per se, does have significant health benefits.

The amounts of fat, protein and carbohydrate in Huel Powder are designed to cover the requirements for healthy individuals.

Carbohydrate in Huel Powder: Fine Powdered Oats and Tapioca

The carbs in Huel Powder are from ultra-fine powdered oats. Oats have been shown to have a low glycaemic index (GI); GI refers to the speed after which we ingest a carb source to the resulting rise in blood sugar, the higher the GI the quicker the carbohydrate-containing food is digested and absorbed[2]. Many of the formulas used in sports nutrition or for weight reduction use maltodextrin as the main carb source. Maltodextrin is cheap and easy to mix, so there’s a valid reason for its use. However, although it’s a ‘complex’ carb, it actually has a high GI[2]. Maltodextrin is also a synthetic carb so provides nothing more than carbohydrates for energy. The oat powder in Huel has been milled so finely that it’s readily soluble. Plus, as oats are natural, they provide so much more than just carbohydrates: many vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytonutrients too. Indeed, it could be said that the inclusion of oat powder is one of the main reasons why Huel could be considered superior to many foods readily consumed today.

Tapioca is a starch extracted from cassava, a root vegetable, similar to sweet potato. It's inclusion in Huel Powder provides additional carbohydrates and aids texture.

Fat in Huel Powder: Flaxseed, Sunflower and Coconut

The fats in Huel Powder provide 30% of the total energy and are made up from flaxseeds and sunflower seeds to ensure that the essential fatty acids are included in optimum amounts. We’ve also included coconut for very good reasons: the fats in coconut are known as medium-chain triglycerides, or MCTs, and these are treated much like carbohydrates[3].

There are two completely essential fatty acids (EFAs) that humans require: linoleic acid (LA – an omega-6 fatty acid) and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA – an omega-3)[4]. Using our blend of flaxseed and sunflower oil powder, we’ve ensured Huel Powder contains sufficient amounts of both of these EFAs as well as other omega-3 and -6 fatty acids.

Huel Powder is High-protein: Peas and Rice

The RDA for protein is 60g and 50g per day for adult men and women respectively[5], but this only covers our very basic needs and prevents protein deficiency[1, 5]. The Japanese diet typically provides more[6], and Huel Powder does too. All essential amino acids are included in adequate amounts from two vegan protein sources: pea and brown rice protein, as well as protein from the oat powder. Based on an average 2,000kcal intake, you’ll be consuming 148g protein per day from Huel Powder. This provides a good amount for maintaining a healthy body. Furthermore, protein is more satiating than other macronutrients[7].

Amino Acid Profile of Huel Powder

Protein is made up of amino acids. There are over 500 amino acids in nature, 20 of which are known as the standard amino acids, as these are the ones that are coded for genetically and are subsequently involved in primary protein synthesis in animals. Of these 20, nine are essential as they cannot be synthesised from other amino acids.

The nine essential amino acids are:

    • Histidine
    • Isoleucine
    • Leucine
    • Lysine
    • Methionine
    • Phenylalanine
    • Threonine
    • Tryptophan
    • Valine

    The other 11 are:

      • Alanine
      • Arginine
      • Asparagine
      • Aspartic acid
      • Cysteine
      • Glutamine
      • Glutamic acid
      • Glycine
      • Proline
      • Serine
      • Tyrosine

      Amino Acid Content of Huel Powder (based on v3.0 Vanilla - amounts will differ slightly for other flavours)

      Amino Acid (mg) Per 100g Per 2000kcal RDA* %RDA per 100g
      Tryptophan 358 1790 280 128%
      Threonine 1068 5338 1050 102%
      Isoleucine 1166 5831 1400 83%
      Leucine 2311 11554 2730 85%
      Lysine 1663 8314 2100 79%
      Methionine 482 2411 1050** 89%
      Cysteine 453 2264
      Phenylalanine 1564 7820 1750*** 155%
      Tyrosine 1144 5720
      Valine 1511 7555 1820 83%
      Histidine 981 4904 700 140%
      Arginine 2296 11478
      Alanine 1364 6819
      Aspartic acid**** 3051 15256
      Glutamic acid***** 5324 26619
      Glycine 1285 6424
      Proline 1300 6500
      Serine 1487 7434
      • *WHO (2007) recommended daily amounts for essential amino acids for a 70kg adult
      • **Combined total for methionine + cysteine
      • ***Combined total for phenylalanine + tyrosine
      • ****Figure includes asparagine
      • *****Figure includes glutamine

      All protein sources are not equal: some are classed as ‘complete proteins’ and some are not. A complete protein is one that contains sufficient quantities of all nine essential amino acids.

      Generally, proteins derived from animal foods (meats, fish, poultry, milk and eggs) are complete. Indeed, some proteins derived from plant foods (legumes, seeds, grains and vegetables) are often complete as well; examples include chickpeas, black beans, pumpkin seeds, cashews, cauliflower, quinoa, pistachios, turnip greens, black-eyed peas and soya. Many plant foods have insufficient amounts of one or more of the essential amino acids. Some are notably low, such as corn protein, which is low in lysine and isoleucine.

      The protein in Huel Powder comes from four of the main six ingredients: pea protein, oats, brown rice protein and flaxseed. This ensures a good range of all amino acids and that there are sufficient amounts of the essential amino acids. Rice protein is high in the sulphur-containing amino acids cysteine and methionine, plus it contains good amounts of all the others, but is very low in lysine. Pea protein is low in cysteine and methionine but high in lysine. This is why we selected these two sources, ensuring everything was covered whilst keeping Huel Powder vegan. Plus there’s additional protein from the oats, which are reasonably high in all essential aminos, and the flaxseeds.

      Huel Powder Is High-fibre: Oats and Flaxseed

      Huel Powder contains 116-152% (based on European v3.0 formula, varies between flavour/variety) of the recommended daily amount of fibre. The fibre in Huel Powder is a mixture of soluble and insoluble forms all naturally supplied from the food ingredients, mainly from oats and flaxseed, and provides more than most modern solid diets. The high-fibre content of Huel Powder helps provide nutritional support to healthy users. Fibre acts like a sponge, so it’s important to consume lots of water when using Huel Powder[10].

      Vitamins and Minerals in Huel Powder

      A bulk of the vitamins and minerals – also known as micronutrients – in Huel are from natural ingredients. However, in order to meet the demands of the Japanese lifestyle, we've added a unique vitamin and mineral formula to provide, in some cases, more than 100% of the recommended amounts.

      The vitamin C in Huel Powder is provided by the acerola cherries. The inclusion of kelp in Huel is to provide a natural source of iodine.

      There has been some concern about phytic acid: a naturally occurring substance in some cereals including oats. Phytic acid can chelate (bind) some minerals meaning that they’re less bioavailable[8]. As oat powder is a fundamental ingredient of Huel, we've ensured the levels of some minerals, like iron and zinc, are higher, to accommodate any issues with phytic acid chelation[9].

      Phytonutrients in Huel Powder

      Phytonutrients are substances found in plant foods which, whilst not essential, may maintain the health of healthy individuals. Junk food diets and many synthetic liquid diets that aren’t based on real food miss out on these phytonutrients.

      The fundamental ingredients in Huel Powder v3.0 are plant-based foods which are already phytonutrient-rich. We've also added some additional phytonutrients to optimise the Huel formula such as lycopene and zeaxanthin.

      Probiotics and Kombucha

      Huel Powder contains the probiotic Bacillus coagulans MTCC 5856. Probiotics are ‘good’ bacteria which, when consumed in adequate amounts, may have health benefits[30-32].

      Kombucha is a fermented product that is made using a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast (SCOBY). Kombucha provides B-vitamins which are produced when the SCOBY breaks down the sugars present[33].

      Huel Powder and FODMAPs

      Huel is low in FODMAPs constituents so is suitable for people who follow a low-FODMAP diet.

      Summary - Huel Powder is Food

      Huel Powder v3.0 can be consumed as an individual meal or even as a between-meal snack. In this way, it can be an add-on improvement to your diet to provide nutritional support.

      Ingredients of Huel Powder

      Vanilla v3.0

      Oats, Pea protein, Coarse grinding flaxseed, Brown rice protein, Tapioca starch, Powdered vegetable oil, Medium-chain triglyceride powder, Acerola cherry powder, corn starch, Kombucha tea powder, Knotted kelp powder, Lactic acid bacterium powder (maltodextrin, lactic acid bacteria), Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Vitamin K2 containing fat powder/Flavouring, Stabiliser (Xanthan gum), Potassium citrate, Potassium chloride, Calcium carbonate, Emulsifier, Sweetener (Sucralose), Niacin, Calcium-D-pantothenate, V.B6, V.B2, V.B1, V.A, Folic acid, V.D, V.B12.

      The kelp used in this product is collected in the sea area where shrimps and crabs inhabit.

      We recommend one serving a day if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

      Unflavoured & Unsweetened v3.0

      Oats, Pea protein, Coarse grinding flaxseed, Brown rice protein, Tapioca starch, Powdered vegetable oil, Medium-chain triglyceride powder, Acerola cherry powder, corn starch, Kombucha tea powder, Knotted kelp powder, Lactic acid bacterium powder (maltodextrin, lactic acid bacteria), Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Vitamin K2 containing fat powder/Stabiliser (Xanthan gum), Potassium citrate, Potassium chloride, Calcium carbonate, Emulsifier, Niacin, Calcium-D-pantothenate, vitamin .B6, vitamin B2, vitamin B1, vitamin A, Folic acid, vitamin D, vitamin B12.

      The kelp used in this product is collected in the sea area where shrimps and crabs inhabit.

      We recommend one serving a day if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

      Coffee v3.0

      Oats, Pea protein, Coarse grinding flaxseed, Brown rice protein, Tapioca starch, Coffee powder, Powdered vegetable oil, Medium-chain triglyceride powder, Acerola cherry powder, corn starch, Kombucha tea powder, Knotted kelp powder, Lactic acid bacterium powder (maltodextrin, lactic acid bacteria), Lutein,, Zeaxanthin, Vitamin K2 containing fat powder/Flavouring, Stabiliser (Xanthan gum), Potassium citrate, Potassium chloride, Calcium carbonate, Emulsifier, Sweetener (Sucralose), Niacin, Calcium-D-pantothenate, vitamin .B6, vitamin B2, vitamin B1, vitamin A, Folic acid, vitamin D, vitamin B12.

      The kelp used in this product is collected in the sea area where shrimps and crabs inhabit.

      Please note - Coffee v3.0 contains caffeine.

      We recommend one serving a day if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

      Berry v3.0

      Oats, Pea protein, Coarse grinding flaxseed, Brown rice protein, Tapioca starch, Powdered vegetable oil, Medium-chain triglyceride powder, Carrot concentrate paste, Acerola cherry powder, corn starch, Kombucha tea powder, Knotted kelp powder, Lactic acid bacterium powder (maltodextrin, lactic acid bacteria) Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Vitamin K2 containing fat powder/Flavouring, Stabiliser (Xanthan gum), Beet red colour, Potassium citrate, Potassium chloride, Calcium carbonate, Emulsifier, Sweetener (Sucralose), Niacin, Calcium-D-pantothenate, vitamin B6, vitamin B2, vitamin B1, vitamin A, Folic acid, vitamin D, vitamin B12.

      The kelp used in this product is collected in the sea area where shrimps and crabs inhabit.

      We recommend one serving a day if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

      Chocolate v3.0

      Oats, Pea protein, Coarse grinding flaxseed, Brown rice protein, Tapioca starch, Cocoa powder, Powdered vegetable oil, Medium-chain triglyceride powder, Acerola cherry powder, corn starch, Kombucha tea powder, Knotted kelp powder, Lactic acid bacterium powder (maltodextrin, lactic acid bacteria), Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Vitamin K2 containing fat powder/Flavouring, Stabiliser (Xanthan gum), Potassium citrate, Potassium chloride, Calcium carbonate, V.C, Sweetener (Sucralose), Niacin, Calcium-D-pantothenate, vitamin .B6, vitamin B2, vitamin B1, vitamin A, Folic acid, vitamin D, vitamin B12.

      The kelp used in this product is collected in the sea area where shrimps and crabs inhabit.

      We recommend one serving a day if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

      Banana v3.0

      Oats, Pea protein, Coarse grinding flaxseed, Brown rice protein, Tapioca starch, Powdered vegetable oil, Medium-chain triglyceride powder, Acerola cherry powder, Lemon concentrate paste, Corn starch, Kombucha tea powder, Knotted kelp powder, Lactic acid bacterium powder (maltodextrin, lactic acid bacteria), Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Vitamin K2 containing fat powder/Flavouring, Stabiliser (Xanthan gum), Colouring (Carthamus), Potassium citrate, Potassium chloride, Calcium carbonate, Emulsifier, Sweetener (Sucralose), Niacin, Calcium-D-pantothenate, vitamin B6, vitamin B2, vitamin B1, vitamin A, Folic acid, vitamin D, vitamin B12.

      The kelp used in this product is collected in the sea area where shrimps and crabs inhabit.

      We recommend one serving a day if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

      Nutritional Profile of Huel Powder

      Vanilla v3.0

      Each bag contains 1.71kg

      Serving size: 100g x 5 meals per day

      Per 100g serving Per 2000kcal Per 100g serving compared to Japanese guidelines (%)* Per 2000kcal compared to Japanese guidelines (%)*
      Energy 400kcal 2000kcal 18% 91%**
      Protein 29g 145g 36% 179%
      Fat 13g 64g 21% 103%
      saturated fatty acids 2.2g 11g 14% 69%
      n-3 Fatty Acids 3.6g 18g 180% 900%
      n-6 Fatty Acids 3.2g 16g 36% 178%
      trans fat 0g 0g
      cholesterol 0mg 0mg
      Total Carbohydrate 45g 225g 14% 70%
      carbohydrate 38g 190g
      sugar content 0.8g 4.2g
      fibre 7.0g 35g 37% 184%
      Sodium 283mg 1417mg 10% 49%
      Salt Equivalent 0.72g 3.6g

      Vitamins & Minerals

      Per 100g serving Per 2000kcal Per 100g serving compared to Japanese guidelines (%)* Per 2000kcal compared to Japanese guidelines (%)*
      Zinc 3.6mg 18mg 41% 205%
      Potassium 700mg 3500mg 25% 125%
      Calcium 260mg 1300mg 38% 191%
      Chromium 8.0µg 40µg 80% 400%
      Selenium 20µg 100µg 71% 357%
      Iron 8.0mg 39mg 118% 574%
      Copper 0.26mg 1.3mg 29% 144%
      Magnesium 90mg 450mg 28% 141%
      Manganese 1.3mg 6.5mg 34% 171%
      Molybdenum 33µg 170µg 132% 680%
      Iodine 30µg 150µg 23% 115%
      Phosphorus 310mg 1550mg 34% 172%
      Niacin 3.2mg 16mg 25% 123%
      Pantothenic Acid 1.2mg 6.0mg 25% 125%
      Biotin 10µg 50µg 20% 100%
      Vitamin A 180µg 900µg 23% 117%
      Vitamin B1 0.24mg 1.2mg 20% 100%
      Vitamin B2 0.28mg 1.4mg 20% 100%
      Vitamin B6 0.34mg 1.7mg 26% 131%
      Vitamin B12 0.8µg 4.0µg 33% 167%
      Vitamin C 60mg 300mg 60% 300%
      Vitamin D 4.0µg 20µg 73% 364%
      Vitamin E 2.0mg 10mg 32% 159%
      Vitamin K 35µg 175µg 23% 117%
      Folic Acid 80µg 400µg 33% 167%

      Additional Information

      Per 100g Serving Per 2000kcal
      Chloride 160mg 800mg
      Choline 114mg 570mg
      Lutein 1.2mg 6mg
      Zeaxanthin 0.1mg 0.5mg
      Monounsaturated Fatty Acids 2.4g 12g
      Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids 7.8g 39g
      MCTs 1.1g 5.5g
      Bacilus Coagulans MTCC 5856 200(mn) 1000(mn)

      *The percentage of nutrients standard values (in 2015) (18 years old or more, standard calorie 2,200kcal)

      **Huel is nutritionally complete per 2000kcal and the Japanese nutrition guidelines are per 2200kcal.

      Unflavoured & Unsweetened v3.0

      Each bag contains 1.71kg

      Serving size: 100g x 5 meals per day

      Per 100g serving Per 2000kcal Per 100g serving compared to Japanese guidelines (%)* Per 2000kcal compared to Japanese guidelines (%)*
      Energy 400kcal 2000kcal 18% 91%**
      Protein 29g 146g 36% 180%
      Fat 13g 65g 21% 105%
      saturated fatty acids 2.4g 12g 15% 75%
      n-3 Fatty Acids 3.7g 19g 185% 950%
      n-6 Fatty Acids 3.4g 17g 38% 189%
      trans fat 0g 0g
      cholesterol 0mg 0mg
      Total Carbohydrate 44g 222g 14% 69%
      carbohydrate 37g 186g
      sugar content 0.6g 2.9g
      fibre 7.2g 36g 38% 189%
      Sodium 280mg 1417mg 10% 49%
      Salt Equivalent 0.71g 3.6g

      Vitamins & Minerals

      Per 100g serving Per 2000kcal Per 100g serving compared to Japanese guidelines (%)* Per 2000kcal compared to Japanese guidelines (%)*
      Zinc 3.6mg 18mg 41% 205%
      Potassium 700mg 3500mg 25% 125%
      Calcium 260mg 1300mg 38% 191%
      Chromium 8.0µg 40µg 80% 400%
      Selenium 20µg 100µg 71% 357%
      Iron 7.0mg 37mg 103% 544%
      Copper 0.26mg 1.3mg 29% 144%
      Magnesium 92mg 460mg 29% 144%
      Manganese 1.3mg 6.5mg 34% 171%
      Molybdenum 34µg 170µg 136% 680%
      Iodine 30µg 150µg 23% 115%
      Phosphorus 310mg 1550mg 34% 172%
      Niacin 3.2mg 16mg 25% 123%
      Pantothenic Acid 1.2mg 6.0mg 25% 125%
      Biotin 10µg 50µg 20% 100%
      Vitamin A 180µg 900µg 23% 117%
      Vitamin B1 0.24mg 1.2mg 20% 100%
      Vitamin B2 0.28mg 1.4mg 20% 100%
      Vitamin B6 0.34mg 1.7mg 26% 131%
      Vitamin B12 0.8µg 4.0µg 33% 167%
      Vitamin C 60mg 300mg 60% 300%
      Vitamin D 4.0µg 20µg 73% 364%
      Vitamin E 2.0mg 10mg 32% 159%
      Vitamin K 35µg 175µg 23% 117%
      Folic Acid 80µg 400µg 33% 167%

      Additional Information

      Per 100g Serving Per 2000kcal
      Chloride 160mg 800mg
      Choline 116mg 580mg
      Lutein 1.2mg 6mg
      Zeaxanthin 0.1mg 0.5mg
      Monounsaturated Fatty Acids 2.4g 12g
      Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids 7.8g 39g
      MCTs 1.1g 5.5g
      Bacilus Coagulans MTCC 5856 200(mn) 1000(mn)

      *The percentage of nutrients standard values (in 2015) (18 years old or more, standard calorie 2,200kcal)

      **Huel is nutritionally complete per 2000kcal and the Japanese nutrition guidelines are per 2200kcal.

      Coffee v3.0

      Each bag contains 1.71kg

      Serving size: 100g x 5 meals per day

      Per 100g serving Per 2000kcal Per 100g serving compared to Japanese guidelines (%)* Per 2000kcal compared to Japanese guidelines (%)*
      Energy 400kcal 2000kcal 18% 91%**
      Protein 29g 146g 36% 180%
      Fat 13g 65g 21% 105%
      saturated fatty acids 2.2g 11g 14% 69%
      n-3 Fatty Acids 3.6g 18g 180% 900%
      n-6 Fatty Acids 3.0g 15g 33% 167%
      trans fat 0g 0g
      cholesterol 0mg 0mg
      Total Carbohydrate 46g 230g 14% 72%
      carbohydrate 37g 186g
      sugar content 0.6g 3.2g
      fibre 9.0g 45g 47% 237%
      Sodium 362mg 1811mg 12% 62%
      Salt Equivalent 0.92g 4.6g

      Vitamins & Minerals

      Per 100g serving Per 2000kcal Per 100g serving compared to Japanese guidelines (%)* Per 2000kcal compared to Japanese guidelines (%)*
      Zinc 3.6mg 18mg 41% 205%
      Potassium 700mg 3500mg 25% 125%
      Calcium 260mg 1300mg 38% 191%
      Chromium 8.0µg 40µg 80% 400%
      Selenium 20µg 100µg 71% 357%
      Iron 7.4mg 37mg 109% 544%
      Copper 0.26mg 1.3mg 29% 144%
      Magnesium 92mg 460mg 29% 144%
      Manganese 1.3mg 6.5mg 34% 171%
      Molybdenum 34µg 170µg 136% 680%
      Iodine 30µg 150µg 23% 115%
      Phosphorus 340mg 1700mg 38% 189%
      Niacin 3.2mg 16mg 25% 123%
      Pantothenic Acid 1.2mg 6.0mg 25% 125%
      Biotin 10µg 50µg 20% 100%
      Vitamin A 180µg 900µg 23% 117%
      Vitamin B1 0.24mg 1.2mg 20% 100%
      Vitamin B2 0.26mg 1.3mg 19% 93%
      Vitamin B6 0.34mg 1.7mg 26% 131%
      Vitamin B12 0.8µg 4.0µg 33% 167%
      Vitamin C 60mg 300mg 60% 300%
      Vitamin D 4.0µg 20µg 73% 364%
      Vitamin E 2.0mg 10mg 32% 159%
      Vitamin K 35µg 175µg 23% 117%
      Folic Acid 80µg 400µg 33% 167%

      Additional Information

      Per 100g Serving Per 2000kcal
      Chloride 160mg 800mg
      Choline 110mg 550mg
      Lutein 1.2mg 6mg
      Zeaxanthin 0.1mg 0.5mg
      Monounsaturated Fatty Acids 2.4g 12g
      Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids 7.8g 39g
      MCTs 1.1g 5.5g
      Caffeine 88mg 438mg
      Bacilus Coagulans MTCC 5856 200(mn) 1000(mn)

      *The percentage of nutrients standard values (in 2015) (18 years old or more, standard calorie 2,200kcal)

      **Huel is nutritionally complete per 2000kcal and the Japanese nutrition guidelines are per 2200kcal.

      Berry v3.0

      Each bag contains 1.71kg

      Serving size: 100g x 5 meals per day

      Per 100g serving Per 2000kcal Per 100g serving compared to Japanese guidelines (%)* Per 2000kcal compared to Japanese guidelines (%)*
      Energy 400kcal 2000kcal 18% 91%**
      Protein 29g 145g 36% 179%
      Fat 13g 65g 21% 105%
      saturated fatty acids 2.3g 12g 14% 75%
      n-3 Fatty Acids 3.6g 18g 180% 900%
      n-6 Fatty Acids 3.4g 17g 38% 189%
      trans fat 0g 0g
      cholesterol 0mg 0mg
      Total Carbohydrate 45g 223g 14% 70%
      carbohydrate 38g 188g
      sugar content 0.9g 4.3g
      fibre 7.0g 35g 37% 184%
      Sodium 280mg 1417mg 10% 49%
      Salt Equivalent 0.71g 3.6g

      Vitamins & Minerals

      Per 100g serving Per 2000kcal Per 100g serving compared to Japanese guidelines (%)* Per 2000kcal compared to Japanese guidelines (%)*
      Zinc 3.6mg 18mg 41% 205%
      Potassium 700mg 3500mg 25% 125%
      Calcium 260mg 1300mg 38% 191%
      Chromium 8.0µg 40µg 80% 400%
      Selenium 20µg 100µg 71% 357%
      Iron 7.4mg 37mg 109% 544%
      Copper 0.26mg 1.3mg 29% 144%
      Magnesium 90mg 450mg 28% 141%
      Manganese 1.3mg 6.5mg 34% 171%
      Molybdenum 33µg 170µg 132% 680%
      Iodine 30µg 150µg 23% 115%
      Phosphorus 310mg 1550mg 34% 172%
      Niacin 3.2mg 16mg 25% 123%
      Pantothenic Acid 1.2mg 6.0mg 25% 125%
      Biotin 10µg 50µg 20% 100%
      Vitamin A 180µg 900µg 23% 117%
      Vitamin B1 0.24mg 1.2mg 20% 100%
      Vitamin B2 0.28mg 1.4mg 20% 100%
      Vitamin B6 0.34mg 1.7mg 26% 131%
      Vitamin B12 0.8µg 4.0µg 33% 167%
      Vitamin C 60mg 300mg 60% 300%
      Vitamin D 4.0µg 20µg 73% 364%
      Vitamin E 3.0mg 10mg 48% 159%
      Vitamin K 34µg 175µg 23% 117%
      Folic Acid 80µg 400µg 33% 167%

      Additional Information

      Per 100g Serving Per 2000kcal
      Chloride 160mg 800mg
      Choline 112mg 550mg
      Lutein 1.2mg 6mg
      Zeaxanthin 0.1mg 0.5mg
      Monounsaturated Fatty Acids 2.4g 12g
      Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids 7.8g 39g
      MCTs 1.1g 5.5g
      Bacilus Coagulans MTCC 5856 200(mn) 1000(mn)

      *The percentage of nutrients standard values (in 2015) (18 years old or more, standard calorie 2,200kcal)

      **Huel is nutritionally complete per 2000kcal and the Japanese nutrition guidelines are per 2200kcal.

      Chocolate v3.0

      Each bag contains 1.71kg

      Serving size: 100g x 5 meals per day

      Per 100g serving Per 2000kcal Per 100g serving compared to Japanese guidelines (%)* Per 2000kcal compared to Japanese guidelines (%)*
      Energy 400kcal 2000kcal 18% 91%**
      Protein 29g 146g 36% 180%
      Fat 13g 65g 21% 105%
      saturated fatty acids 3.0g 15g 19% 94%
      n-3 Fatty Acids 3.0g 15g 150% 750%
      n-6 Fatty Acids 2.8g 14g 31% 156%
      trans fat 0g 0g
      cholesterol 0mg 0mg
      Total Carbohydrate 45g 225g 14% 70%
      carbohydrate 37g 183g
      sugar content 0.6g 3.0g
      fibre 8g 40g 42% 211%
      Sodium 323mg 1614mg 11% 56%
      Salt Equivalent 0.82g 4.1g

      Vitamins & Minerals

      Per 100g serving Per 2000kcal Per 100g serving compared to Japanese guidelines (%)* Per 2000kcal compared to Japanese guidelines (%)*
      Zinc 3.6mg 18mg 41% 205%
      Potassium 760mg 3800mg 27% 136%
      Calcium 260mg 1300mg 38% 191%
      Chromium 8.0µg 40µg 80% 400%
      Selenium 18µg 90µg 64% 321%
      Iron 8.0mg 39mg 118% 574%
      Copper 0.3mg 1.5mg 33% 167%
      Magnesium 98mg 490mg 31% 153%
      Manganese 1.3mg 6.4mg 34% 168%
      Molybdenum 33µg 165µg 132% 660%
      Iodine 30µg 150µg 23% 115%
      Phosphorus 340mg 1700mg 38% 189%
      Niacin 3.2mg 16mg 25% 123%
      Pantothenic Acid 1.2mg 6.0mg 25% 125%
      Biotin 10µg 50µg 20% 100%
      Vitamin A 180µg 900µg 23% 117%
      Vitamin B1 0.24mg 1.2mg 20% 100%
      Vitamin B2 0.28mg 1.4mg 20% 100%
      Vitamin B6 0.34mg 1.7mg 26% 131%
      Vitamin B12 0.8µg 4.0µg 33% 167%
      Vitamin C 60mg 300mg 60% 300%
      Vitamin D 4.0µg 20µg 73% 364%
      Vitamin E 2.0mg 10mg 32% 159%
      Vitamin K 35µg 175µg 23% 117%
      Folic Acid 80µg 400µg 33% 167%

      Additional Information

      Per 100g Serving Per 2000kcal
      Chloride 160mg 800mg
      Choline 110mg 550mg
      Lutein 1.2mg 6mg
      Zeaxanthin 0.1mg 0.5mg
      Monounsaturated Fatty Acids 2.6g 13g
      Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids 6.8g 34g
      MCTs 1.1g 5.5g
      Bacilus Coagulans MTCC 5856 200(mn) 1000(mn)

      *The percentage of nutrients standard values (in 2015) (18 years old or more, standard calorie 2,200kcal)

      **Huel is nutritionally complete per 2000kcal and the Japanese nutrition guidelines are per 2200kcal.

      Banana v3.0

      Each bag contains 1.71kg

      Serving size: 100g x 5 meals per day

      Per 100g serving Per 2000kcal Per 100g serving compared to Japanese guidelines (%)* Per 2000kcal compared to Japanese guidelines (%)*
      Energy 400kcal 2000kcal 18% 91%**
      Protein 29g 145g 36% 179%
      Fat 13g 65g 21% 105%
      saturated fatty acids 2.4g 12g 15% 75%
      n-3 Fatty Acids 3.6g 18g 180% 900%
      n-6 Fatty Acids 3.4g 17g 38% 189%
      trans fat 0g 0g
      cholesterol 0mg 0mg
      Total Carbohydrate 44.6g 223g 14% 70%
      carbohydrate 38g 188g
      sugar content 0.7g 3.4g
      fibre 7.1g 35g 37% 184%
      Sodium 283mg 1417mg 10% 49%
      Salt Equivalent 0.72g 3.6g

      Vitamins & Minerals

      Per 100g serving Per 2000kcal Per 100g serving compared to Japanese guidelines (%)* Per 2000kcal compared to Japanese guidelines (%)*
      Zinc 3.6mg 18mg 41% 205%
      Potassium 700mg 3500mg 25% 125%
      Calcium 260mg 1300mg 38% 191%
      Chromium 8.0µg 40µg 80% 400%
      Selenium 20µg 100µg 71% 357%
      Iron 7.4mg 37mg 109% 544%
      Copper 0.26mg 1.3mg 29% 144%
      Magnesium 90mg 450mg 28% 141%
      Manganese 1.3mg 6.5mg 34% 171%
      Molybdenum 33µg 165µg 132% 660%
      Iodine 30µg 150µg 23% 115%
      Phosphorus 310mg 1550mg 34% 172%
      Niacin 3.2mg 16mg 25% 123%
      Pantothenic Acid 1.2mg 6.0mg 25% 125%
      Biotin 10µg 50µg 20% 100%
      Vitamin A 180µg 900µg 23% 117%
      Vitamin B1 0.24mg 1.2mg 20% 100%
      Vitamin B2 0.28mg 1.4mg 20% 100%
      Vitamin B6 0.34mg 1.7mg 26% 131%
      Vitamin B12 0.8µg 4.0µg 33% 167%
      Vitamin C 60mg 300mg 60% 300%
      Vitamin D 4.0µg 20µg 73% 364%
      Vitamin E 2.0mg 10mg 32% 159%
      Vitamin K 35µg 175µg 23% 117%
      Folic Acid 80µg 400µg 33% 167%

      Additional Information

      Per 100g Serving Per 2000kcal
      Chloride 160mg 800mg
      Choline 114mg 570mg
      Lutein 1.2mg 6mg
      Zeaxanthin 0.1mg 0.5mg
      Monounsaturated Fatty Acids 2.4g 12g
      Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids 7.8g 39g
      MCTs 1.1g 5.5g
      Bacilus Coagulans MTCC 5856 200(mn) 1000(mn)

      *The percentage of nutrients standard values (in 2015) (18 years old or more, standard calorie 2,200kcal)

      **Huel is nutritionally complete per 2000kcal and the Japanese nutrition guidelines are per 2200kcal.

      Huel Powder Allergen Advice

      All Huel products are 100% vegan. We thoroughly assess our ingredients and the processes we use to make Huel and whenever we identify potential routes of allergen contamination we will first take steps to eliminate the possibility of any contamination of our product. However, where it is not possible to remove the risk we will clearly highlight any allergens that might be present on our product packaging.

      However, we recognise that individuals can have allergens to any protein in any ingredient therefore if you have a specific allergy that is outside of the remit above, please contact us directly and we will do our best to guide you on which products are suitable.

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