Health Benefits of Miracle Noodle
Why is the Miracle Noodle so healthy?
The answer to this questions lies in understanding the role of fiber in our diets. Our noodle is made mainly of soluble fiber. Soluble fiber acts to slow digestion. By doing this, it allows for the slower absorption of glucose and is the reason behind its beneficial effects in diabetes.
The soluble fiber found in the Miracle Noodle slows digestion and prolongs the sensation of fullness and is an essential part of any weight loss program. You also absorb more nutrients in the foods you eat with The Miracle Noodle due to the slowing of digestion.
How can the Miracle Noodle help me in my weight loss goal?
Just by replacing one meal per day with our noodles will significantly raise your needed fiber 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 soluble fiber in the Miracle Noodle help my cholesterol?
Yes! Soluble fiber binds bile acids that are secreted from the gall bladder. These bile acids have cholesterol in them and are bound up by the soluble fiber in the Miracle Noodle and then excreted.
How does the 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.
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“Love, love, love the noodles! Best discovery in a long time!” -Sallie
“My husband likes them too and they are so easy to make. I put panko bread crumbs on boneless chicken breasts and place them in a roasting pan with a touch of olive. On the edge I put the rinse noodles and baked about 45 min on 350. This dried out the noodles really well and I flipped the breasts midway. Then I added tomato sauce with a half of low fat poly o string cheese on each breast to finish it off for the last 15 minutes. I threw in some artichoke hearts too. Unbelievably delicious!” -Diane
“I am now down 65.0 lbs in 96 days of Dieting. I think the Miracle Noodle has been the right compliment for my diet.” -Alan
“I love these noodles, I have even added warmed blueberries to them, you can do anything with them, the are the best.”
“I opened my first pack of noodles today. Following the directions I rinsed them thoroughly and left them in the strainer covered with a paper towel. I looked in my frig for something to eat with them.I sauteed some green onions, radishes, mushrooms and celery in a little sesame oil. I added a can of beef broth and cooked all this up and then added a touch of low sodium soy to taste…..then added all my noodles……what a treat! You are right. I ate the whole thing and wasn’t hungry for supper. I hope eating the whole pack was OK. I was hungry and although the package says it serves three, it was just right for me alone! I love this type of diet!” -Barbara
“Wow, truly surprised! Great product and definitely a Godsend. I have once before tried these type of noodles, not the Miracle Noodle brand, but something in the store, and I did not like the odor or flavor for that matter at all. Now, maybe I didn’t do them right, even though I read the instructions, or I got a bad batch - who knows. But I just got my angel hair Miracle Noodle, followed your instructions and they are great! I tried them with some pasta sauce and turkey cutlets and they were delicious. I, like many, have to watch the carbs and sugar for diabetic concerns, and am constantly on the lookout for new ideas and products. My response mirrors many others in the sense that I can now have a great substitute for pasta. -Lisa
“WE LOVE the NOODLES!!!! I have thru hard work, exercise and diet been able to lose almost 300 pounds on my own (298 to be exact) and my husband has lost 70! we have always loved pasta and it has been a real sore spot with us cause we feel deprived. But since finding you guys, you have made dinners fun again! We have been recreating all of our favorite dishes using your products and fat free low calorie ingredients to make the most amazing dishes! As soon as we perfect them completely we will send you the recipes and share with others promise! Just wanted you to know you made two used to be morbidly obese individuals very, very happy!!!! Here’s to enjoying the rest of our lives being skinny, healthy and eating like kings.” -M.
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What are Yam Noodles?
We have received many inquires about the difference between yam noodles, shirataki, and konnyaku.
The short answer is that they are all the same.
Konnyaku is the general name for this product in Japan. When it is made into noodles it is called Shirataki (not to be confused with Shiitake which is a mushroom) which means white waterfall.
The Japanese buy konnyaku in blocks that they then slice like a vegetarian sashimi and dip in soy sauce or even yummy to us a sweet miso.
The term yam noodles is a term that has come about in the US as another way to describe this. The konnyaku plant is not in anyway related to the yam that we know but since it is a tuber some people in the US have been calling this noodle a yam noodle.
In respect of the Japanese who came up with this amazing, dare I say miraculous noodle, we prefer to use the Japanese term shirataki!! Some businesses have been calling them yam noodles and saying that it is new creation ֠this we believe to be unethical and misleading.
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