You can find protein powder in the cupboards of many households. Bodybuilders, vegans, and just those who generally would like to consume more protein, rely on protein powder to do so. Protein powder is a concentrated protein source that comes from animals or plants. For a full breakdown of the importance of protein in your […]
Powders are about to go through some major changes as they mature into their v3 recipe. – and forum users aren’t happy.
Recently I snagged a few of Queal’s updated Go Bars and gave them a taste test. I used these as my main snack for about a week and as of today, they’re two of my favourite nutritionally complete snack options available – but I’m getting ahead of myself.
Lengthy title, short article 🙂 Last week Huel picked up the award for most Innovative Food-to-Go Product of the Year at Food Matters Live.
Sad times for powder loving caffeine fans, Soylent has decided to discontinue Cafe Mocha Powder
In an email today Ambronite founder Simo discusses his difficulty finding plant based treats/snacks that taste nice but aren’t filled with preservatives or artificial flavourings etc etc. He runs through what he doesn’t like, a few tips on what to check for, and how he finds things to snack on that are genuinely enjoyable and […]
More often than not you’ll use water with Meal Replacement powders and Complete Foods. It mixes quickly and it’s free, but if you’re looking to add some more flavour, or creaminess, then milk is where it’s at. Quite a few Complete Foods suggest whole milk, but for my part I really like using nut milk […]
It’s was early September that I heard Huel was quietly starting to appear on the shelves of a few big Sainsbury’s, with various stores appearing without flair or big announcement on an all new Huel store locator. This was pretty exciting for me for a couple of reasons. For the main part; I just really […]
Every time I visit Facebook I see Huel ads, it’s been like that for what feels like years and a new article from Campaign Live shows why that’s not all that surprising.
Huel’s new RTD is official and is almost here. I’ve been patiently waiting for this to be announced since Soylent 2.0 was first released and I was super excited to rush to Huel and place a pre-order – but then I changed my mind, and now I might not buy any at all. But I’m […]
Had to chuckle when I saw this. Uncanny.
First we Feast interviews Marques Brownlee aka MKBHD, youtubes hottest tech reviewer, and he’s not particularly kind about Soylent.
When I first found out about YFood my interest was instantly piqued. Not only was it the third European Complete Food I’d heard of that had opted for the Ready to Drink format, but it eschewed the usual reliance on soy in favour of… milk, and that’s relatively usual for Complete Foods.
There’s a new ramen coming; one that’ll help you stay healthy whilst keeping your laze on. Vite Ramen contains 25g protein and 25% DV of every essential vitamin and mineral per 500kcal packet. There’s low sodium and no preservatives or deep frying; and a Kickstarter launch coming April 16th, 2018.
Huel treat us to a look behind the curtain thanks to an interview with Wired. Still no official mention, but new products and an all new ready to drink Huel is apparently close to launch.
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Discovering Complete Foods started me along a path that led to looking into the lesser nootropics and other bio-hacking techniques. HVMN are one of the fancier brands growing in that space, with a line of products and series of guides to help us tweak ourselves or optimise our lives (they’re a natural fit with Complete […]
With the end of the world is nigh levels of snow and cold weather here in England I’m excitedly looking forward to waking up to spring, whenever that happens, in the meantime we can get a little taste of summer with Jimmy Joy’s latest limited edition release: Raspberry Plenny Shake. While (un)patiently waiting for the […]
Interesting this, and thanks to /u/runrvs for helping pull back the curtain on exactly what happened to cut off Canadian’s Soylent supply. We covered this previously and as we understood at the time, fat content was likely to blame. Why has Canada banned Soylent€ Seems that was only part of the problem. In a reddit […]