Have you given up pasta for weight loss and health reasons? Are you afraid of a plate of pasta that can contain 1,000 calories and 100 grams of carbs? Are you cutting back on refined starches so you can avoid blood sugar spikes? There is no longer any need to choose between temptation and your health. Now, you can have both.
With NutriNoodle Organic Protein Pasta - Variety Pack, you can welcome back your favorite pasta dishes without bringing back the excessive carbs and the guilt. This pasta has less than one-third the net carbs of regular pasta, making it less likely to spike blood sugar and lead to cravings for starchy, sugary, or fatty foods.
Each serving has 20-21 grams of protein. That is three times the amount as in regular pasta and is equivalent to the amount of protein in a 3-ounce serving of chicken, fish, or ground turkey. Protein is a filling nutrient, which helps with weight loss, and it is the focus of low-carb and bariatric surgery diets.
NutriNoodle Organic Protein Pasta - Variety Pack is hearty and satisfying, and you can use it just as you would regular pasta. You may notice that dishes such as chicken or shrimp fettuccine alfredo or tuna noodle casserole taste even better when you know that they are good for you. This pasta is organic and gluten-free.
This variety pack includes the following items:
- NutriNoodle Organic Black Bean Protein Spaghetti
- NutriNoodle Organic Black Bean Protein Fettuccine
- NutriNoodle Organic Edamame Protein Fettuccine
- NutriNoodle Organic Edamame Protein Spaghetti
- NutriNoodle Organic Soybean Protein Fettuccine
- NutriNoodle Organic Soybean Protein Spaghetti
Weight Loss Benefits:
Because it is high in protein and low in carbs compared to regular pasta, NutriNoodle Black Bean Fettuccine is a good alternative when you are trying to lose weight. Each serving can stave off hunger for longer due to the protein and fiber it contains.
The only ingredients in NutriNoodles Black Bean Fettuccine are organic black beans and water. There is nothing artificial in them. Black beans have soluble and insoluble fiber, which are known to lower cholesterol, help stabilize blood sugar, and support gastrointestinal health.