Alkali-free, zero-calorie, low-calorie konjac noodles are on promotion, they are ketogenic friendly.
You might be wondering what konjac is and how can it be eaten in noodle or powder form. Well, both forms serve great purposes. If you eat the powder with green tea, it helps with digestive problems thanks to its high dietary fiber content which contains glucomannan. The konjac plant is normally eaten raw in the form of either noodles or powder. Konjac noodles act as a diet food because they have only 3% protein, 2% fat, and about 97% water which has a laxative effect on the body. Glucomannan is a soluble dietary fiber that blocks the digestive enzymes from digesting food so it takes a lot longer to digest, acting as a natural weight loss supplement. It is a popular treatment for obesity, and it may provide beneficial effects on body weight, blood sugar levels, and other health conditions such as diabetes.
A serving of konjac noodles has almost zero calories, about 97% is water, 3% is dietary fiber, and dietary fiber contains glucomannan. Therefore, the main component of konjac is glucomannan, which not only contains more than 10 kinds of amino acids and various trace elements needed by the human body, but also has the characteristics of low protein, low fat, high fiber, strong water absorption, and high expansion rate. It is a healthy diet. Or the perfect addition to your weight loss regimen.
DIET COOKER Konjac Noodles are made from konjac flour, low calorie, zero carbs, a good substitute for regular noodles, and help with weight loss. FDA, Vegetarian, Kosher, Halal, and International Food Standard (IFS) certified. And ketogenic friendly, the noodles contain no gluten, fat, sugar, soy, corn, or eggs, no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives, no alkali flavors, and are easy to cook, just bring the flavor of your favorite sauce, only A healthy and delicious meal in just a few minutes.
DIET COOKER homemade, organic and vegan noodles has attracted many customers with its all natural, no carbs and being a quick carb alternative. DIET COOKER Konjac Noodles are made from water, konjac flour, tapioca flour (natural tapioca starch), vitamin E supplement. With such ingredients, you can only imagine the amount of nutrients crammed into each ingredient-dense noodle serving. For chefs that may want to create some variety in their diet but also on a budget - this Konjac Noodle is an easy go-to.
I personally think its only disadvantage is that it is expensive. The original price is 2-3 times the price of konjac silk in the supermarket, but the supermarket konjac silk has a fishy smell. The most important thing is that a pack is only 10kcal! I am very satisfied with these points. Also, using konjac noodles greatly speeds up cooking.
Production method: Rinse the noodles several times, squeeze out the excess water as much as possible, stir fry the side dishes, pour in the pasta sauce, and stir well, then put the noodles in and stir-fry for a minute or two to heat up. The noodles must be squeezed out of the water as much as possible, and they should not be fried for too long, otherwise, there will be a lot of water out of the pot, and the sauce will be too thin to hang.
Below are a couple of photos of simple konjac noodle dishes you can make:
There are 6 packs in a box, and a pack doesn't look like a lot, but I think girls eat a lot. I think a pack of noodles can be good enough if you add more side dishes like meat and vegetables.
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