Slim Me Noodles are a pre-cooked vegetable pasta that you can use to replace any pasta, noodle or rice meal. If you want something quick, easy and healthy to prepare, then Slim Me Noodles are the perfect choice.
What's so good about Slim Me Noodles? They are suitable for diabetics, coeliacs, gluten intolerant and any weight loss program
Used throughout Asia as a popular diet food, Slim Me Noodles are eaten as a replacement for high carb foods and are a smart and healthy alternative.
Slim Me Noodles are all natural and are made from Konjac Glucomanna (KGM) which is a water soluble fibre derived from the root of the Konjac plant. The Konjac vegetable is high in fibre and is a low calorie and low carbohydrate food.
Following is a list of why Slim Me Noodles are so beneficial:
· Zero fat
· Zero sugar
· Zero gluten
· Zero soy
· Very low calories
· Very low carbohydrates
· High in soluble fibre
· No preservatives
· All natural
· Low GI
· Fast and easy to prepare
· Helps with weight loss
· Makes you feel fuller for longer
What are Slim Me Noodles made from?
There are 3 ingredients in our Slim Me Noodles. Organic glucomannan, water and a calcium additive.
What is Glucomannan fibre?
Glucomannan fibre is a water soluble fibre derived from the root of the Konjac plant, (Amorphophallus Konjac). Cultures in East Asia have used Konjac for more than fifteen hundred years. The fibre can be made into many different styles and shapes of noodles such as angel hair, fettuccine, and rice.
Glucomannan fibre is the most absorbent soluble fibres in nature and can absorb up to 200 times its weight in water. Because of this property glucomannan fibre has many health benefits. Glucomannan also contains a number of amino acids that are not produced by the human body that are essential for our health.
Glucomannan fibre aids the digestion system and is beneficial to the prevention of constipation. It has also been used for the treatment of heart disease and diabetes.
Soluble fibre has been scientifically proven to lower cholesterol, which can help prevent heart disease. Konjac is served to patients in some hospitals who suffer from overweight/obese/type 2 diabetes and lifestyle-related illnesses to manage their weight loss and health. This is because konjac is low in calories and has many other benefits.
Why are Slim Me Noodles so popular and so tasty?
Slim Me Noodles as so popular because they are healthy and so very easy to cook. You can use them for soups, stir-fry and add them to sauces...yummy! The only limit is your imagination.
The best thing about Slim Me Noodles is that you can prepare them with any of your favourite sauces, flavours, spices and herbs and they will absorb the rich flavours making for a great tasting and very healthy meal that your family and friends will love.
Slim Me Noodles Q & A
Are Slim Me Noodles organic?
Yes they are. Slim Me Noodles are Japanese Organic Certified. (JAS)
What does the symbol on the Slim Me Noodle package mean?
The sign means that the plastic used for the packaging of Slim Me Noodles is free of Bisphenol A which is an industrial chemical used in some plastics that is reported to leach into the food contents.
How should I prepare my Slim Me Noodles?
Preparing Slim Me Noodles is very quick and easy. No cooking is required at all, how cool is that! All you need to do is:
1. Drain and rinse noodles thoroughly in a strainer under running water for 5 to 10 seconds
2. Stand noodles in hot water for 2 - 3 minutes
3. Add to soups, stir-fry or add them to sauces
Fast and easy, just the way you like it!
Can a Coeliac eat Slim Me Noodles?
Yes, absolutely as there is no gluten in Slim Me Noodles.
Can a vegetarian / vegan eat Slim Me Noodles?
Yes, absolutely, there are no animal produces in Slim Me Noodles.
Are Slim Me Noodles gluten free?
What are the benefits of Slim Me Noodles?
Studies have shown that Glucomannan Fibre which is the main ingredient of Slim Me Noodles, can help with the following:
· Weight loss
· Appetite control
· Stabilising blood sugar levels
· High Cholesterol
· High Blood Pressure
· Type II Diabetes
How long can I store unopened Slim Me Noodles?
You can store unopened Slim Me Noodles for 12 months at room temperature.
How could Slim Me Noodles help me lose weight?
The Glucomannan fibre in Slim Me Noodles expands in the digestive system and gives the feeling that the stomach is full and as a result you will eat less. This in turn reduces the amount of calories your body absorbs and greatly reduces hunger cravings to accelerate weight loss.
Glucomannan fibre is very popular in weight loss plans, coupled with exercise and drinking plenty of water, as it is reported to produce positive results in the treatment of obesity. Glucomannan fibre can be also be used safely as an appetite suppressant because it swells when consumed, making a person feel full. Therefore, it can be an excellent dietary aid in combination with raising your metabolic rate with moderate exercise.
Anyone considering using Slim Me Noodles in a weight loss plan should consult a registered professional for advice.
Are Slim Me Noodles potentially beneficial for diabetics?
The Glucomannan fibre in Slim Me Noodles slows down the digestive process which is reported to slow down the bodies absorption of glucose which then stimulates a slower release of insulin from the pancreas. This metabolic process therefore aids in the normalization of blood glucose after eating a meals.
How could Slim Me Noodles help my cholesterol?
Glucomannan fibre works in a similar manner to other water-soluble fibres. It is able to attach itself to bile acids in the gastrointestinal system and move them out of the body in the form of excrement.
This process helps lower cholesterol and reduce the amount of fat in the blood. Like many soluble fibres, glucomannan can bind with a variety of substances in the digestive tract to slow digestion, relieve constipation and reduce the absorption of fat and carbohydrates.
Are Slim Me Noodles the same as Konjac Noodles and Shirataki Noodles?
Shirataki Noodles are made from the same ingredient as Slim Me Noodles – we think our packaging and marketing is a lot sexier though.