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Just looking to get some thoughts on the use of meal replacement products in a normal diet. I typically eat pretty healthy - omnivore but with lots of fruits and veggies and few processed foods, but there are some work days where I don’t have meal prep ready to go and it’s easier to replace a meal than to go buy something that isn’t that good for me. I use Huel (powder formula) when I supplement meals, which is usually just a few times a week, but I was wondering if this is as good as eating “real” food. It seems to have lots of good micro-nutrients. Are there advantages/disadvantages of using these types of products; are there pros/cons to drinking your food vs eating it? Any input would be appreciated, thanks!