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The new diet revolution is finally here to kick start our weight loss and shrink our waist lines without having to go hungry and cut out the things we love. The long awaited Zero Noodles have finally hit our shores in order to reinvent the way we eat. This diet food has been eaten in Japan for centuries, and it seems that they forgot to let us in on this little secret… until now.
 
Used throughout Asia as a popular diet food, Zero Noodles are eaten as a replacement for rice and pasta and can be incorporated into almost any dish in order to bulk and satisfy as would pasta, bread, rice or potato. The great thing about these noodles is that they are net carbohydrate, fat, sugar and gluten free as well as containing only 4 Calories per 100g serving. Along with this they are also high in soluble fibre and have been shown to help maintain normal blood cholesterol levels as well as contributing towards weight loss in the context of a energy restricted diet.
 
Just by simply changing the carbohydrate from your evening meal with a pack of Zero Noodles you can dramatically reduce your overall calorie intake for the day.
 
Zero Noodles are suitable for vegans as well as people with wheat intolerance or allergies to gluten or soy. Each 100g serving is sugar free and contains only 0.1g of carbobydrate, so Zero Noodles are ideal for people on low carb, low sugar diets.
 
Although Zero Noodles are predominantly used as a pasta alternative in the UK, they are actually not a carbohydrate at all. They are classed as a vegetable and are made up of only water and fibre but have a similar, but slightly more gelatinous, consistency to pasta. Being relatively flavour free, they take up the flavour of whatever sauce they are combined with when cooked.
 
Zero Noodles originate from Japan and are made from a root plant called the Konjac plant. They are largely composed of the soluble fibre Glucomannan along with water and it's this fibre that has been shown to help maintain normal blood cholesterol levels and contribute towards weight loss in the context of a energy restricted diet.
 
 
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