Introducing ZeroCarb Noodles

Melissa Kay Roberts



Introducing ZeroCarb Noodles. This is the latest highly popular offering from GoNutrition. With zero carbs, sugars and fats and only seven calories per 100g, this blog expands on why this fantastic food is turning heads in the nutrition market.

Introducing ZeroCarb Noodles

They taste great and have fewer calories than celery - are ZeroCarb Noodles the holy grail of weight loss? If low carb diets leave you dreaming about bread and reaching for the biscuit tin you aren't alone. Despite people knowing that cutting down on carbs is one way to guarantee your body will start to shed fat, there’s only so much chicken and broccoli one can eat before the boredom kicks in.

The benefits of a low carb diet

When you’re on a low carb diet, the results are almost immediately noticeable. Your stomach becomes flatter you start to look more toned. If you eat fewer carbs, the body can turn into a fat-burning machine as we move into ketosis. Ketosis is a state at which the body has a high fat-burning rate as the body moves from burning glucose for energy to fat. To achieve this state, the amount of insulin in your bloodstream must be low so you need to cut way back on the carbs. Whilst this is all great, the limited food choices can become quite monotonous so it’s easy to see why people give up. Whereas traditional low calorie diets often leave dieters hungry and fail for this reason, there’s no reason to go hungry on a low carb diet. Diets like the Atkins promote eating protein rich and filling meats and eggs, but low carb diets often fail due to boredom and lack of food variety. It has been proven that substituting foods rather than cutting them out is one of the best ways to lose weight and keep dieters motivated, so you can enjoy lower calorie options of the same foods you enjoy so you don’t feel like you’re doing without. However, if you’re living la vida low-carb, unfortunately, up until now there hasn’t been any zero carb options for bread and pasta lovers.

ZeroCarb Noodles

The new ZeroCarb Noodles from GoNutrition are the perfect product for carb lovers on a low carb diet. With just seven calories per 100 gram serving, you can eat these with every meal and still remain in a fat burning state whilst you feel like you are eating normal carb laden noodles. A typical cup of cooked egg noodles has 219 calories including 40 grams of carbohydrates and just 1.9 grams of fibre. Carbohydrates cause a spike in blood sugar whilst fibre helps to keep you full, so it’s obvious why typical egg noodles are a dieter’s nightmare. It takes 3500 extra calories to gain one pound of fat, so if you substituted 16 servings of noodles for ZeroCarb Noodles without making any other changes to your diet, you would lose a pound. Easy!

The taste

Have you ever wished that celery could taste like one of your favourite treats? With half the calorie count of celery per 100 grams, these ZeroCarb Noodles taste like an indulgent snack whilst you cut back. Whether you’re on a low carb diet or simply trying to cut down on calories, these ZeroCarb diets will support your diet. They taste great when combined with sauces, as like regular noodles, they take on the flavour of whatever they are combined with making them perfect for stir-fries. The ZeroCarb Noodles are made from glucomannan flour making them gluten, carbohydrate, sugar and fat free so they are the perfect substitute for carb dense noodles and pasta. Studies have shown that this type of flour can help to reduce cholesterol and blood sugar, so it can keep you healthy as well as helping you shed the pounds. Each pack of these noodles contains 7 grams of fibre which helps to control your blood sugar and keep you feeling full and satisfied for longer.

Summary thoughts

ZeroCarb Noodles are the perfect bulking food that taste great and help you shed the pounds. Give them a try, and you will find it much easier to stick to your low calorie or carb diet plan!

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