Zero calories noodles konjac skinny pasta Diabetes food | Ketoslim Mo
Zero calories noodles are made of konjac vegetable, a plant planted wildly in China, Japan and Southeast Asia. they are also called Shirataki noodles, originally they are from Japan and are popular parts of Japanese cuisine. However, because of their nutritional properties and versatility, they have gained popularity in other parts of the world, particularly among those who follow low carbohydrate diets. As a China noodles manufacturer, we produce more than shirataki noodles but also konjac foods like konjac rice, konajc snacks, konjac jelly, konajc vegetarian...Shirataki noodles themselves are tasteless, this product is not zero calories because added many other toppings to it, the flavor is spicy bamboo shoots taste. There are four flavors of instant noodles, you could pick one that you love.
|Product name:||Hot pot&Spicy Bamboo shotts Konjac insatnt noodles-Ketoslim Mo|
|Net weight for noodles:||180g|
|Primary Ingredient:||Konjac Flour, Water|
|Shelf life:||9 month|
|Features:||gluten free, /high fiber|
|Function:||lose weight, lower blood sugar|
|Certification:||BRC, HACCP, IFS, ISO, JAS, KOSHER, NOP, QS|
|Packaging:||Bag, Box, Sachet, Single Package, Vacuum Pack|
|Our Service:||1.One-stop supply china2. Over 10years experience3. OEM&ODM&OBM available
4. Free samples
1. Open the package.
2. Ready to eat. You may add some sauce you prefer to the noodles.
Shirataki noodles. around 20kJ per servings.
Yes, including weight loss, lower blood pressure, lower your blood sugar and improve cholesterol condition and so on..
Because it causes the stomach to swell to create the feeling of being full.
Yes but not every meal.
Ketoslim mo Co., Ltd. is a manufacturer of konjac food with well-equipped testing equipment and strong technical force. With a wide range, nice quality, reasonable prices and stylish designs, our products are extensively used in food industry and other industries.
• 10+ years industry experience;
• 6000+ square planting area;
• 5000+ tons annual output;
• 100+ employees;
• 40+ export countries.
Question: Are konjac noodles bad for you?
Answer: No, it’s safe for you to eat.
Question: Why are konjac noodles banned?
Answer: It’s banned in Australia due to potential risk of being chocked.
Question: Is it OK to eat konjac noodles everyday?
Answer: Yes but not constantly.