I gave up solid food for a week and lived on meal replacement drink Huel
One year ago - By Business Insider
You don't realise just how good food is until you lose it.
Earlier this year, I stopped eating for a week. I wasn't fasting, or on hunger strike - I was trying out Huel, a far-out food-replacement drink that promises to give you all the nutrients and vitamins you need to stay alive.
You don't need to stop eating food to drink Huel, and many users use it to supplement existing diets when they can't be bothered to cook, or don't have the time to.
But some customers swear by a more extreme 100%, Huel-only diet - so I wanted to put it to the test.
The rules were simple: No food, ever. (Other...
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