New to the US market, but available and popular in over 20 countries around the globe, Skinny Pasta aids in weight management with a delicious food staple that's completely free of sugar, gluten , wheat, lactose, soy, salt, cholesterol, fat and preservatives. Available in a traditional noodle shape, couscous, spaghetti, lasagna, fettuccini and rice, its main ingredient, the Konjac plant, is native to Southeast Asia and contains Glucomannan, a dietary fiber. As a result, unlike traditional pastas which contains around 200 calories, Skinny Pasta only has nine calories per serving. With Skinny Pasta's weight management benefits, it has been endorsed by Weight Watchers as just one SmartPoint per serving.
Konjac-based pasta, Skinny Pasta promotes healthy weight loss with a delicious food staple that's only nine calories per serving. Available in a traditional noodle shape, couscous, spaghetti, lasagna, fettuccini and rice, each is completely free of sugar, gluten, starch, wheat, lactose, soy, salt, cholesterol, fat and preservatives.
Skinny Pasta is made with a unique ingredient known as the Konjac plant, a native to Southeast Asia, and contains Glucomannan, a healthy and all-natural, water-soluble fiber that aids in digestion and weight loss.
When combined with one to two glasses of water, Skinny Pasta allows you to enjoy a great tasting pasta, while eliminating your appetite. The Konjac fibers found in each Skinny Pasta dish has the superb ability to absorb liquids. Once these fibers come into contact with water upon digestion, this helps to fill the stomach, creating a sense of satisfaction and aiding in weight loss.
Though other Konjac noodles are known to have a poignant smell as a result of the methods used to preserve them, Skinny Pasta does not, and each mimics the taste and texture of its traditional counterpart.
Skinny Pasta is a safe and healthy option for vegetarians, vegans, and those who are diabetic or sensitive to gluten. Skinny Pasta has been endorsed by Weight Watchers as just one smart point per serving.