Huel vs. 310 Shake
Our Full 310 Meal Replacement Shake vs. Huel Breakdown
The 310 Meal Replacement Shake is an organic and vegan meal replacement shake, available in various flavors, including vanilla, chocolate mint, toasted coconut, and chocolate. It is Keto and Paleo-friendly, gluten free, and organic. These are available in various sizes. A special shaker is available.
Huel Nutritionally Complete Food Powder is a 100% vegan powdered meal. It has gluten-free options and is fortified with a carefully chosen blend of pea and rice protein, oats, flaxseed, sunflower seeds, and coconut. Huel is designed to complement an intense workout routine focused on building muscle.
310 Meal Replacement Shake: Reviewers were thrilled by the nutrition of this shake. At 110 calories, 2g of fat, and 7g of carbs, it is the perfect balanced shake to help with weight loss or maintenance. It’s also packed with protein (15g per serving) and dietary fiber (5g per serving). It contains 0g of sugar.
Huel Nutritionally Complete Food Powder is for a very different use than 310 and therefore the nutrition is quite different. One serving contains 400 calories, 12 g of fat, 42g of carbs, and 9g of dietary fiber. Users were not happy that the product uses artificial sweeteners.
Flavors and uses
310 Meal Replacement Shake: These shakes come in a variety of useful sizes, including on-the-go shakes and larger servings for those who want to commit to using the product long term. They also offer a starter kit and numerous recipes on their website. The company encourages users to mix the shakes with milk, fruits, and other items for variety and taste. Customers report a very good taste and enjoy the variety.
Huel Nutritionally Complete Food Powder is also mixed as a shake. Users generally found the flavor satisfying. Others said they added honey or other ingredients to make the shake more texturally enjoyable. It comes in a bag of 14 meals.
310 Meal Replacement Shake: With a variety of sizes, this shake averages out to about $2.43 per serving.
Huel Nutritionally Complete Food Powder: This product actually averaged out to a lower cost per serving at $1.75.
Users much preferred 310 Meal Replacement Shake in this instance, with a score of 9.1 out of 10 stars to Huel’s much lower 4.9 out of 10. However, it is worth nothing that the two shakes do not serve the same purpose. While 310 Meal Replacement Shake is aimed specifically at weight loss, Huel’s food powder is meant to fortify an intense gym routine with a heavy weightlifting regime. The nutritional needs for each situation are very different, and therefore comparison to each other is likely to get biased results. Comparing Huel Nutritionally Complete Food Powder to other products meant to help build muscle would be a better way to understand users’ opinions.