No Calorie Noodle Rice Pearls 200g

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BENEFITS OF NO CALORIE NOODLES Typical noodles and pasta varieties are comprised mainly of starch, resulting in high calorie and carbohydrate content. The nutritional advantages of shirataki noodles appear to far surpass the negligible calories they deliver. By including No Calorie Noodles, not only are you able to enjoy the perfect alternative, you can also reap the benefits of their consumption: Because Glucomannan is a water-soluble dietary fibre, it has the ability to absorb water and slow digestion of the meal with which your noodles are incorporated.


NCN - Rice Pearls 200g


Glucomannan, Calcium Hydroxide (preservative).

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  • Gluten Free

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