Are Konjac Noodles Keto Friendly?

Have you heard of konjac noodles? Find out what they are and if you can have them on the keto diet.

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0:00 What are konjac noodles? 
0:18 Are konjac noodles keto-friendly? 
0:48 Is it ok to consume konjac noodles? 
1:20 Benefits of konjac noodles 
2:00 Other keto-friendly pasta alternatives
2:12 Bulletproof your immune system *free course! 

Are konjac noodles keto-friendly? Other names for konjac noodles are miracle noodles or shirataki noodles. Konjac noodles are keto-friendly. They are 97% water and 3% fiber. Fiber is a carb, but it doesn’t have any effect on insulin. 

This type of fiber can have some interesting effects, including:
• It may act as a detox 
• It may help support weight loss
• It may help loosen mucus 

Something to keep in mind about these noodles is that they are flavorless. So, you’ll have to add things to them to make them flavorful. These noodles do not have the same texture as pasta noodles, but they’re similar. You may also get very thirsty if you consume these noodles. 

Benefits of konjac noodles:
• They can decrease hunger
• They may help stabilize your blood sugars
• They may help decrease constipation 
• They don’t have any calories 

Other keto pasta alternatives: 
• Spaghetti squash 
• Zucchini noodles 

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