The Healthy Alternative to Noodles & Pasta!

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A bowl full of noodles may seem like an unlikely health and weight-loss aid, but our ZERO Slim & Healthy Noodles can help you lose weight by keeping you full longer and improve your health.

Made of a soluble dietary glucomann fibre, scientifically proven to make you feel full faster, they can be helpful as part of any weight loss, low carb diet program or weight management.

The glucomann fibre has also has been scientifically proven to lower cholesterol and high blood sugar which can prevent heart disease and diabetes, to aid the digestive system and assisting with elimination and the prevention of constipation and diverticulosis.

And with only 5 calories per serve, you can eat ZERO Slim & Healthy Noodles every day without gaining weight and improve your health at the same time.

If you’re on a low calorie, low carbohydrate, low GI, fat free, sugar free or detox diet, ZERO Slim & Healthy Noodles is the perfect alternative. ZERO Slim & Healthy Noodles are also suitable for vegetarians, vegans and people with diabetes, as well as people with wheat intolerance or allergies to gluten or soy.

Just add ZERO Slim & healthy Noodles to your meals instead of noodles or pasta.

 

History of ZERO Slim & Healthy Noodles

ZERO Slim & Healthy Noodles(called Konnyaku/Shirataki noodles in Asian countries) have been used in Japan and China for over 2000 years. In the beginning, it was a precious gift between monks in the form of medicine and cakes.

The first documented use of Konnyaku tubers as food source in Japan was found in an ancient Japanese writing entitled, Man-you-shuu, which was edited in the 8th century. According to this writing, Konnyaku came from the southeast island region of Japan and was recognized and used as herbal medicine. It was first consumed in a form of a serving-size block. In later years, it was transformed into thin, gelatinous noodles known as “Shirataki” which literally means “white waterfall.”

During Japan’s Muromachi dynasty (14th – 15th century), Dr. Dosan Manabe described in his writing that a daily diet of Konnyaku is good for diabetes and certain types of cancers. During the Edo era, a well-known medical publication entitled Wakan Sannsai Zue (Japanese & Chinese herbal medicine manual) states that “Konnyaku is good for cleansing our intestine,”. Through generations, Japanese were told from their parents that “Konnyaku is helpful in cleansing one’s digestive tract of irritating and harmful substances, and for maintaining young, healthy and clean internal organs”.

Konjac is quite popular in Japan; almost every family eats Konjac in every meal. It is still the most favored food in Japan. The Ministry of Health in Japan implemented that konjac food should be used in the cafeteria for all schools. Right now, Japan is the largest consumer of konjac foods.

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