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The Alternative To Pasta For Weight Loss
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Once upon a time, garlic was only for the late, brilliant chef Keith Floyd and Frenchies (like the author of this post). However recent studies extolling the wonder effects of the garlic bulb have indicated it can do anything from prevent common cold, reduce high blood pressure, lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of a number of cancers.

http://ow.ly/DGnlB

Moreover it tastes absolutely great in stir-fries, in fact we add it to most Zero Noodles recipes (I did say that the author of this post was French).

While the extent of garlic's magical powers, like anything related to nutrition, are subject to intense debate, Medical News Today has written a detailed low-down on garlic’s health benefits: http://ow.ly/DgAYj

At any rate it's low in calories, rich in vitamins C and B6 and gives really great flavour to food!


#superfood #healthy #garlic #fitness #fitfam #breast #cancer #lowcarb #lowcal #noodles #stirfry
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Going low-carb? Try this delicious Spicy Moroccan Fish Stew.

http://ow.ly/DGnkm 

This wonderfully exotic but low-carb dish will really warm you through and get your circulation moving – and it’s quick to make so you’ll have a hearty mid-week meal in no time. With tender fish, flavoured with delicate spices, it's sure to become a favourite. 

http://www.nourishbooks.com/spicy-moroccan-fish-stew/
From Laura Lamont’s The New Low-Carb Cookbook.This wonderfully exotic but low-carb dish will really warm you through and get your circulation moving – and it’s quick to make so you’ll have a hearty mid-week meal in no time. The tender fish, flavoured with delicate spices, is sure to become one that the whole family will enjoy.  Spicy Moroccan Fish StewServes: 2Preparation time: 15 minutesCooking time: 20 minutes   2 tbsp olive oil ½ onion, finely chopped 1 large carrot, finely chopped ½ red pepper, deseeded and finely chopped 1 garlic clove, crushed 1 tsp ground cumin 1 tsp crushed dried red chilli flakes ½ tsp ground cinnamon a pinch of cayenne pepper 250ml/9fl oz/1 cup fish stock 400g/14oz tinned chopped plum tomatoes 1 tbsp tomato purée juice of ½ lemon 20 green olives, pitted 1 tsp stevia powder ½ tsp smoked paprika 400g/14oz skinless cod fillet, cut into chunks 1 handful of coriander leaves, chopped freshly ground black pepper  1. Put the oil, onion, carrot, red pepper, garlic, cumin, crushed chilli flakes, cinnamon and cayenne in a large, heavy-based saucepan over a medium heat, season to taste with pepper and cook for about 5 minutes, stirring regularly. Add the stock, tomatoes, tomato purée, lemon juice and olives and bring to the boil. Turn down the heat to low and leave to simmer, uncovered, for 10 minutes.2. Add the stevia powder, paprika and cod and cook for a further 5–10 minutes until the fish flakes easily and the sauce is well blended. Serve the cod sprinkled with the chopped coriander.  If you’re looking for a new approach to healthy eating and weight loss, nutritional therapist Laura Lamont’s The New Low-Carb Diet is the effective long-term answer.  “Groundbreaking recipes for healthy, long-term weight loss”The New Low-Carb Diet by Laura Lamont  Find out more, and get free postage on all UK orders   
From Laura Lamont’s The New Low-Carb Cookbook.This wonderfully exotic but low-carb dish will really warm you through and get your circulation moving – and it’s quick to make so you’ll have a hearty mid-week meal in no time. The tender fish, flavoured with delicate spices, is sure to become one that the whole family will enjoy.  Spicy Moroccan Fish StewServes: 2Preparation time: 15 minutesCooking time: 20 minutes   2 tbsp olive oil ½ onion, finely chopped 1 large carrot, finely chopped ½ red pepper, deseeded and finely chopped 1 garlic clove, crushed 1 tsp ground cumin 1 tsp crushed dried red chilli flakes ½ tsp ground cinnamon a pinch of cayenne pepper 250ml/9fl oz/1 cup fish stock 400g/14oz tinned chopped plum tomatoes 1 tbsp tomato purée juice of ½ lemon 20 green olives, pitted 1 tsp stevia powder ½ tsp smoked paprika 400g/14oz skinless cod fillet, cut into chunks 1 handful of coriander leaves, chopped freshly ground black pepper  1. Put the oil, onion, carrot, red pepper, garlic, cumin, crushed chilli flakes, cinnamon and cayenne in a large, heavy-based saucepan over a medium heat, season to taste with pepper and cook for about 5 minutes, stirring regularly. Add the stock, tomatoes, tomato purée, lemon juice and olives and bring to the boil. Turn down the heat to low and leave to simmer, uncovered, for 10 minutes.2. Add the stevia powder, paprika and cod and cook for a further 5–10 minutes until the fish flakes easily and the sauce is well blended. Serve the cod sprinkled with the chopped coriander.  If you’re looking for a new approach to healthy eating and weight loss, nutritional therapist Laura Lamont’s The New Low-Carb Diet is the effective long-term answer.  “Groundbreaking recipes for healthy, long-term weight loss”The New Low-Carb Diet by Laura Lamont  Find out more, and get free postage on all UK orders   
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Low-carb burger, would you eat this?

http://ow.ly/DGngq 

The world’s first low-carb burger, created by an Australian burger chain, apparently has less carbs than sushi rolls and less than 10% of the overall burger is carbohydrate.

If you eat properly and lead a healthy lifestyle, you can afford to indulge in a treat like a hamburger from time to time even if you're following a low-carb diet. Is a burger with a bun made from eggs, coconut cream, honey and psyllium husk really necessary?

Besides if you really want a burger, but are strictly adhering to a low-carb regime, isn't removing the bun a good compromise?

Anyway here’s what the Guardian’s writers made of it:
http://gu.com/p/42y29

#lowcarb #burger #theguardian #fitness #superfood
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You all remember the late great Hollywood star Paul Newman right? Butch in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid? Luke in Coolhand Luke? 'Fast Eddie' Felson in The Hustler and the Color of Money? 

http://ow.ly/DGnaf

But did you know that he had his own food brand, Newman's Own that produce fantastic sauces, dressings and marinades? 

If you did, did you also know that 100% of profits from Newman's Own products goes to charity.

What's more their range of pasta sauces go brilliantly with ZeroNoodles

Try this hearty Tomato & Basil Pot Roasted Chicken with Zero Noodles Penne and Newman’s Own Basilico sauce: http://ow.ly/DoEOX and check out the full range of pasta sauces here: http://ow.ly/DoCBs 

#penne #pasta #sauces #delicious #paulnewman #lowcarb #lowfat #lowcal #foodlovers
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Do you sell Zero Noodles? Do you have a promotion on in your store that we can help you publicise through our social media accounts?

If you’re selling our products, wherever you are in the world, we’re happy to retweet or share your promotions! Let us help you spread the word, whether you’re a branch or official social media account of a high street retailer like Holland & Barrett, GNC UK, Honest to Goodness or Boots UK, or an independent health food shop or online retailer like Superfooduk, Body en Fitshop, Approved Food, Gorilla Nutrition, or thehealthbay

#promotion #lowcarb #lowcal #fitfam #diet #health #fitness #weightloss
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You probably know that Zero Noodles are low-calorie and low-carb as well as containing zero fat and zero sugar? But do you know they’re also high in fibre, which also helps weight loss?

Soluble’ fibre which is found in foods like fruit, vegetables, pulses and oats, and helps to control blood glucose by slowing down the rate at which food is digested. 

Studies have shown that glucomannan, the principal ingredient in Zero Noodles along with water, relieves constipation and aids weight loss as well as reducing cholesterol and blood sugar levels. A review of 14 studies on glucomannan in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in 2008 showed that glucomannan fibre lowers LDL cholesterol - the ‘bad’ cholesterol - and helps with weight loss.

All of which means that whatever diet you’re following whether it’s low-calorie, low-fat or low-carb you should be making Zero Noodles part of it!

#fibre #diet #weightloss #weightwatchers #health #fitness #fitfam #lowfat #lowcal #lowcarb #fruit
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20% off Zero Noodles Penne and Fettuccine!

Have you tried our delicious Penne and Fettuccine varieties yet? Well now’s the time to do so because for one week we’re giving a 20% discount to customers on our website!

Just enter the voucher code NEW20 in the Zero Noodles online shop: http://ow.ly/D9zRI

And if you need any inspiration for what to do with them, we’ve got dozens of recipes on our Zero Noodles Pinterest boards here: http://ow.ly/D9zWy

#discount #specialoffer #promotion #lowcarb #lowcal #fibre #diet #fitfam #health #weightloss #weightwatchers #fitness
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Who says you can't have everything?

This fantastic Mediterranean Chicken, Olive and Sun-dried Tomato Pasta is something you'd be proud to treat someone to, is full of flavour, super-healthy and can be cooked in only 10 minutes!!!!!!!

Use Zero Noodles Original or Fettuccine with a top quality pasta sauce such as Mezzetta if you're in the USA. They supply high-quality olives and peppers as well as pretty decent pasta sauces.
If you're going to make this as a romantic meal, why not try it with a nice bottle of Cotes de Provence rose, white or even a red.

 http://ow.ly/CXVgq
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Do you believe in low-carbohydrate or low-fat dieting?

Here's the latest piece of research to offer a take on the issue:
While low-carb and low-fat diets have equal effects on weight loss, a low-carb diet benefits the general health, physical functions and bodily pain of diabetes sufferers according to the study.

The two-year trial at Linköping University in Sweden saw 61 patients with type 2 diabetes divided into two groups following low-carb and low-fat diets to study the effects on blood glucose.

http://ow.ly/CUlWV 

It found that while both diet groups reduced weight equally, the effect on blood glucose was better in the low-carb group.
The results also provided additional benefits of low-carb diet for people with type 2 diabetes after twelve months, which weren't seen in the low-fat dieters despite the weight loss. The low-carb group also felt less hungry and their appetite for sweets disappeared.

For the full story click here: http://ow.ly/CjTHY 
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Let's face it, pasta sauce can often be a little uninspiring.
We often want to eat healthily in a hurry and simply want to throw some Zero Noodles in a pan with some sauce and heat it up with something like chicken.
But don’t let a boring sauce ruin your meal though!

If you’re in the USA or the UK, give Bertolli pasta sauces a try. We’re fans of the Gold Label sauces and Organic pasta sauces in particular. A great complimentary pairing with Zero Noodles

http://ow.ly/CUlf3 

For other great-tasting food ideas, check-out the new book from Zero Noodles creator, nutritionist and diet coach, Laura Lamont, The New Low-Carb Diet Cookbook: http://ow.ly/AgZOk

‪#‎pasta‬ ‪#‎sauce‬ ‪#‎noodles‬ ‪#‎foodlovers‬ ‪#‎healthy‬ ‪#‎delicious‬ ‪#‎lowcarb‬ ‪#‎lowcal‬
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