Low-Fat or Low-Carb
 
With Zero Noodles being low in both fats and carbohydrates, they can be used as part of pretty much any calorie-controlled, low-fat or low-carb diet, but we’re aware that our customers have strong opinions on the best way to use them.
 
The latest piece of research in the seemingly endless debate on the merits of the low-carb and low-fat dieting says that while both have equal effects on weight loss, a low-carb diet benefits the general health, physical functions and bodily pain...
 
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Training School Reviews Zero Noodles
 
Phew, at the end of a tough, no-nonsense appraisal by Future Fit Training School of Nutrition, it concludes that Zero Noodles are worth a try!
 
Its recent review definitely pulled no punches and we’re very happy that the conclusion was a positive one for us, even though we were never really in doubt over the outcome because we know how good Zero Noodles are!
 
They gave a detailed assessment of the nutritional composition and looked at whether there were any proven benefits or...
 
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Low-Carb USA
 
Americans take low-carb dieting more seriously than Brits
 
The recent study showing how a low-carbohydrate diet is better for weight loss than a low-fat diet (See Blog post for 11/9/2014) may have been big news in America, garnering serious national news coverage, but sadly barely registered in the UK.
 
Outside specialist and online news sources, it was largely ignored, although the Daily Mail did publish a piece about the study, Effects of Low-Carbohydrate and Low-Fat Diets, online.
 
In America however the New York Times...
 
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Including Dairy Food In Your Diet
 
Traditional views that fatty foods such as dairy are detrimental to health and dieting, with a low-carb approach now being seen as more effective, are being challenged by a recent study showing that a small daily serving of dairy food may reduce the risk of heart disease or stroke.
 
A study of nearly 4000 Taiwanese, led by Mark Wahlqvist from Australia’s Monash University's Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine and the Monash Asia Institute, considered the role increased consumption of dairy foods...
 
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New Landmark Study Highlights Effectiveness Of Low-Carb Diet!
 
Health authorities are facing increased calls to revise dietary regulations in the light of a new study which finds that people who avoid carbohydrates and eat more fat, even saturated fat, are likely to lose more body fat and have fewer cardiovascular risks than people who follow a low-fat regime.
 
It found that by avoiding carbohydrates and eating more fat, dieters can significantly lower their body fat. At the same time, they are less apt to experience cardiovascular problems. A significant aspect...
 
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Sweden Supports Use Of Low-Carb Diet To Tackle Obesity
 
Swedish meatballs are fine without potatoes according to government guidelines.
 
There's more proof, if you needed it, that a low-carb diet is a great weapon for fighting obesity, after Sweden's implementation of national dietary guidelines backing a low-carb diet to counter the problem.
 
The move follows the publication of Dietary Treatment for Obesity, a two-year study by the independent Swedish Council on Health Technology Assessment, according to Scandinavian health blogger, doctor Andreas Eenfeldt on his DietDoctor site.
 
Eenfeldt, who advocates the low-carb high fat...
 
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Call For Nutrition To Be Part Of Medical Training
 
Top US doctors call for nutrition to be part of medical training
 
It is both surprising and worrying how the importance of nutrition can often be undervalued in healthcare, so it’s great when some of the leading lights in the medical profession call attention to just how crucial a role it plays. A study in September's American Journal of Medicine by some of the leading physicians in the US says that doctors often lack adequate training in nutrition to give patients the...
 
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JustGiving's Charity Of The Year
 
We love the Child's i Foundation, and everyone here at Zero Noodles has voted for them to become JustGiving's Charity of the Year.
 
If you don't know about them yet, check out the amazing work they're doing by visiting their website: http://www.childsifoundation.org
 
The Foundation provides care for orphaned children, tracing their extended families and reuniting them. If no families are found it finds foster or adopted families, in order to ensure that children do not grow up in orphanages. Having successfully established it’s...
 
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Zero Noodles on Pinterest
 
We know that one of the things you like hearing about most from us are quick and delicious recipe ideas you can make with Zero Noodles.
 
To help inspire you to cook great-tasting, healthy meals, we’ve created three boards on the social sharing site Pinterest, one for each variety of Zero Noodles, Original, Fettuccine and Penne. We’ve already posted some recipes you can cook using all three types of Zero Noodles as well as where you can buy them already cooked for...
 
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Low Carb Diets
 
The importance of a low-carbohydrate diet to diabetics has been highlighted in study by the University of Alabama at Birmingham in the USA.
 
A low-carbohydrate regimen, in which Zero Noodles can play a valuable part, should be the first step in treating both type 1 and type 2 diabetes according to the research carried out by the University along with other institutions.
“Diabetes is a disease of carbohydrate intolerance,” says professor Barbara Gower, one of the study’s authors. “Reducing carbohydrates is the obvious...
 
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Amazing 11st 5lb Weight Loss Aided By Zero Noodles
 
I Halved My Weight To Save My Life...
 
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THE TIMES - Nigella Lawson's Weight Loss & Zero Noodles
 
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No-calorie noodles that could create new look (By Lucy Holden)
 
As Nigella Lawson walked into court this week, the question on some lips was not about her marriage but about her diet. How had she done it? One reported theory is that she’s a fan of Zero Noodles.
 
An alternative to pasta, they are gluten free and contain zero net calories — the four calories per portion are burnt off as you eat. They are imported from China by a...
 
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The Telegraph Looks At The Ingredients In Zero Noodles
 
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A-Z of unusual ingredients: Konnyaku (By Rachel Smith)
 
Rachel Smith serves up exciting ingredients from all over the world. This week: konnyaku, the gelatinous Japanese substance now embraced as a miracle diet food.
 
Off the south west coast of Japan is an island which Chinese legend once referred to as "the land of happy immortals". Today, the "immortal" islanders living on Okinawa enjoy the longest life expectancy in the world. The population boasts a disproportionately high number of centenarians. And...
 
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The 5-2 Diet's Michael Mosley Tries Zero Noodles For Lunch
 
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Lunch with Michael Mosley, the guru behind the 5:2 diet (By Xanthe Clay)
 
After losing a stone and a half in five months, Xanthe Clay talks to Michael Mosley, the writer and broadcaster who popularised the hugely influential intermittent fasting diet.
 
Was this how the young David Cameron felt when he first met Thatcher? Or Stanley when he encountered Livingstone? I’m cooking lunch for Michael Mosley, the medical journalist whose Horizon programme and Telegraph article last August launched the 5:2...
 
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The Daily Mail's Independent Look Into Zero Noodles
 
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(By David Derbyshire)
Filling, healthy food with fewer calories than you burn to eat it sounds too good to be true. But... Are 'no calorie' noodles the Holy Grail of dieting? Filling, healthy food with fewer calories than you burn to eat it sounds too good to be true... They have zero fat, zero sugar, zero taste and a slightly fishy odour. Yet according to a growing army of health-conscious dieters, these white rubbery noodles could be the ultimate weight-watching...
 
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Celebrity Health Cheat With Zero Noodles
 
Emma McQueen From Entertainment Wise - Celebrity Health Cheat! With Zero Noodles...
 
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Alex James's Recipe Idea
 
Blur's Alex James - Miso Soup Idea For Zero Noodles...
 
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The Sunday Mirror Recommends Zero Noodles
 
The Sunday Mirror's Celebs On Sunday Magazine Recommends Zero Noodles...
 
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Love It ! Recommends Switching To Zero Noodles
 
Love It ! Magazine Suggests Eating Zero Noodles Instead of Regular Noodles...
 
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Zero Noodles Rated As Top 5 Detox Aid By OK!
 
OK! Magazine Rate Zero Noodles As One Of The Top 5 Detox Aids For Christmas...
 
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The Grocer Revisits Zero Noodles
 
Industry Magazine - The Grocer - Revisits Zero Noodles...
 
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The Grocer Discovers Zero Noodles
 
Industry Magazine - The Grocer - Talks About Zero Noodles...
 
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Chris Evans Talks About Zero Noodles On BBC Radio 2
 
"You Could Have 200 Pots A Day!"
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The Daily Mail Discovers Zero Noodles
 
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