A few years ago I wrote a book called "Tiny and Full” the premise of this book was talking about calorie density. Not all food are the same, some foods are more calorically dense than others.
One of my favorite topics for years has been understanding how certain foods, such as Shirataki noodles, are a substitute for traditional pasta. Main reason being, it's zero calories.
One of my favorite products is the Shirataki noodle and one of my favorite brands is the Miracle Noodle. If you make it into a pasta including sauce or meat, the calories would all be coming from the extra ingredients. Some other brands you can get are by House Food and Nasoya.
The Shirataki noodle is made from the fiber of the Konnyaku Imo (konjac) plant. These noodles are made from 97% water and 3% fiber and are naturally low in calories. This natural fiber makes you feel full while still enjoying the satisfaction of eating noodles.
Other options I like as well are zucchini noodles and carrot noodles. The downside to these is that it’s more fresh and they expire very quickly. The Miracle noodles are super practical, great for on the go and can keep fresh for up to a year.
Try to make a meal this week with these noodles! These are a great way to get your fiber, stay full, and have some delicious zero calorie pasta!
Go to www.facebook.com/jorgecruise to learn more about zero calorie noodles oday at 4:00pm PST! Miracle Noodles is even giving away some of it’s delicious product!
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