Low-Carb and Low-Calorie Noodles? Yes, It’s Possible


Science findings have shown that it is usually carbs and not fats that lead to weight gain. However, noodles and rice are omnipresent in Asian meals and it’s hard to avoid eating carbs. How then can you have your noodles and rice without the guilt?

Konnyaku yam. Photo © jreika | Shutterstock

Enter Miracle Noodle. Popularly referred to as shirataki noodles, Miracle Noodle is made mostly of water and konnyaku (konjac yam). The latter is largely composed of glucomannan, a water-soluble dietary fibre that has been proven to help lower blood sugar levels in diabetics. The fibre in Miracle Noodle slows down digestion and prolongs the sensation of fullness, thus helping you to avoid eating more than necessary.

Miracle Noodle offers a range of ready-to-eat meals such as Tom Yam, Green Curry and Spaghetti Bolognese, as well as regular noodles that can be customised with other ingredients based on individual preferences. Miracle Noodle is also available as rice, an innovative blend of konjac flour and white long grain rice that is vegan and gluten-free with only 4% carbohydrates and 1/3 the calories of regular rice.

Miracle Noodle is now available online.


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