New Zero Noodles only contain 10 calories but are enough to fill you up for the day!
Dieters have been flocking to buy the newest food wonder – Japanese Zero Noodles that claim to fill you up for the day but only contain a miniscule 10 calories!
Zero Noodles are marketed as an alternative to pasta and they claim they can help you lose weight by tricking your brain into thinking you’re full when you’ve hardly made a dent in your daily allowance.
The noodles are made of konjac – a type of Asian vegetable making them suitable for nearly everyone. But they contain 96% water which could help explain why the nutritional and calorific content is so low.
And if you think it might be too good to be true you’re probably right as experts are warning people that they must eat other foods alongside the noodles because they have almost no nutritional benefits.
Holland and Barrett says they completely sold out of the £1.99 noodles in the trial week and that they’re now going to stock them nationwide but they also echo the experts’ warnings.
Are you tempted to try Zero Noodles or do you think they’re a dangerous fad food?