Dukan Diet Shirataki Noodles
- Dukan Diet Shirataki Noodles - Also called the 'Dukan Noodles'!
- Any Phase - Unlimited!
- Try our Spinach Fettuccine Shirataki Noodles!
What make Shirataki Noodles your best ally to lose weight?
-Taste great, and can be combined with many sauces like our Marinara Sauce!
-Effective food to compliment a diet (makes you full)
-Shirataki noodles have excellent health benefits
-For the whole family, and are affordable for every budget!
Where do they come from?
Shirataki noodles are thin, low carb translucent traditional Japanese noodles. They are also sometimes called yam noodles. They are mostly composed of a dietary fiber called glucomannan and contain very few calories and carbohydrates (sometimes even zero).
They do not have much flavor by themselves, but will absorb any sauce or spice that you combine with them. Shirataki noodles are made from yam flour, which comes from the roots of the yam-like Konjac plant grown in Japan and China.
Dukan Diet Shirataki Noodles are made in the USA.
Health & weight loss benefits of eating Shirataki Noodles
The soluble fiber found in Shirataki Noodles slows digestion and prolongs the sensation of fullness and is an essential part of any weight loss program. Replacing one meal per day with our noodles will significantly raise your needed fiber intake and dramatically lower your total calorie intake. Shirataki Noodles may help balance blood sugar levels 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.
How should Shirataki Noodles be prepared?
Though Shirataki Noodles are getting more and more popular in the USA, most people have never heard nor tasted Shirataki Noodles. Therefore, there is some basic information to know. When opening the Shirataki Noodle pouch, it may smell a bit fishy, so it is important to know how to prepare them... because they really taste great! Dukan Diet Shirataki Noodles do not need to be refrigerated. However, to extend their shelf life, you can put them in your fridge and still eat them up to 2 months after the expiration date.Last Updated: 2015-08-27 17:04:29