Why Is Miracle Noodle So Healthy?
The answer to this question lies in understanding the role of fibre in our diets.
A Key Ingredient
Feel Full For Longer
Fibre Acts To Slow Digestion
Absorb More Nutrients
How Can Miracle Noodle Help Me In My Weight Loss Goal?
Just by replacing one meal per day with our noodles will significantly raise your needed fibre intake and dramatically lower your total calorie intake. In combination with raising your metabolic rate with moderate exercise, you have just found the tasty weight loss plan you have been looking for.
Can the fibre in Miracle Noodle® help my cholesterol?
Yes! Fibre binds bile acids that are secreted from the gall bladder. These bile acids have cholesterol in them and are bound up by the fibre in the Miracle Noodle® and then excreted.
How does Miracle Noodle® help Type II Diabetes?
By slowing the digestive process, there is a slower absorption of glucose which then requires a slower release of insulin from the pancreas which aids in the normalization of blood glucose after eating a meal.
Supporting Medical Studies
Why are celebrities and experts such as Dr. Oz, Rachel Ray, JJ Virgin buzzing about our Shirataki Noodles?
In business for over a decade, Miracle Noodle® has transformed the lives of over 200,000 customers and counting. Over 200,000 customers world-wide can’t be wrong.
Is there a secret to avoiding cravings for bad foods?
Yes, there is. And you just stumbled onto it 🙂
Our secret is that this is a Noodle with extremely low carbs but still satisfies your hunger just like regular pasta and noodles (so you never sabotage your own health again…).
These low-calorie, gluten-free noodles with zero net carbs are made out of water-soluble fibre made from the Konjac plant and eliminate temptation for any foods that you know are bad for you.
Not only are they yummy, but the pre-biotic properties of the konjac plant (what our shirataki noodles are made of) are vital when it comes to gut health, inner balance and well-being.
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