are any meal replacements reasonably healthy?
in my research onions is the most famous. it's cheap, the taste is fine. but who the fuck wants to consume that much onions? fuck that shit.
Ample seemed like a great alternative but I tried it and it tastes like shit. Who cares about the health factor is the taste is bad?
Huel, I'm currently looking into. The only problem is, I think I would have to buy a $50 12 pack to try it. I'm not seeing anyway to get it for less in the US. You can't buy a single bottle.
Ketochow seems like an okay option but you have to mix it yourself, and you have to add butter that you melt, and then let the whole thing sit in the fridge for a few hours before you drink it which is a minor inconvenience. but it also means washing out a blender bottle everyday. and i don't particularly care about a ketogenic diet. i just want to cut calories and save time. though, i think it's great to use butter as your fat instead of seed oils.
Super body fuel I have tried. Similar to ketochow, you have to mix it on your own and you have to refrigerate it before you drink it. The taste is fine. If Huel doesn't work out, I guess I'll go with this slop.
Any other suggestions? I'm not even working out. I just want to lose like 20 or 30 pounds by consooming less. Honestly, I don't want to lift, I want to do yoga or something and increase flexibility and lower bodyfat.
My joints and tendons are fucked.