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Chinese herbal medicine with acupuncture needles and asian script. Translation describes chinese herbal medicine as increasing the bodys ability to maintain body and spirit health and balance energy.

Konjac – 2000 year old super food and traditional Japanese medicine

Konjac root fibre (Glucomannan fibre) from which ZERO Slim & Healthy Noodles, Rice & Pasta have been made, has been grown and used in Japan and China  since the 6th century as both a healthy food and a traditional medicine to excrete waste and toxic elements from the body.

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Glucomannan (Konjac) fibre produces amazing weight loss results

Glucomannan (Konjac) fibre produces amazing weight loss results

A 16 week study reported that glucomannan (konjac) fibre can aid weight loss even without altering your diet or exercise routine. The subjects were told not to change anything regarding their diet or exercise routine. The only change they made was to take one quarter teaspoon of glucomannan fibre (or … Continue reading

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Konjac root fibre (Glucomannan) listed in top ten healthiest foods by World Health Organization.

Konjac root fibre (Glucomannan) listed in top ten healthiest foods by World Health Organization.

Our ZERO Slim & Healthy Noodles are made out of all natural vegetable Glucomannan fibre, a water-soluble dietary fiber derived from the root of the Konjac plant. Konjac is the best and the most secure form of soluble dietary fibre and detoxification food provided by nature to humans. It is … Continue reading

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Anthony Robbins, author of “Awaken The Giant Within” recommends alkaline foods

Anthony Robbins, author of “Awaken The Giant Within” recommends alkaline foods

“Alkalize your body and live a healthier, more energized, and ultimately more fulfilling life. Our acid-alkaline balance is a baseline determinant of our physical health. When you break your old eating patterns, you will find yourself getting back to the real you, filled with the vitality and energy that you … Continue reading

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