Monday, March 26, 2012


I’ve been meaning to make a blog post about this incredible, life-changing miracle noodle that I have been incorporating into my diet for several months now.

I know, I know- you’re thinking:

“Jeff, pasta? really? doesn’t this slow fat loss?”

Well, most pastas will slow fat loss, even if they do happen to be whole grain.

But like I stress all the time, you must think fiber first when it comes to carbs.

For example, fibrous, cruciferous green veggies doesn’t significantly impact blood sugar and keeps insulin at bay to allow your body to get all of its vital micronutrition while simultaneously starving body fat stores.

But, here’s where the good news come into play baby…

What if I told you there existed a type of noodle that was all fiber that not only DOESN’T slow fat loss, but due to it’s ability to fill you up fast and keep you more satisfied between feedings, it can actually help your burn belly fat?

Ladies and gentlemen, without further adieu, I’d like to introduce the Shirataki Noodle!

Check out the video of this product on the news, plus the men’s health review below to learn more about this:

Halloumi/Queso Blanco with Noodles- Females (men, simply double the serving sizes of all protein and fat sources)

2 oz. of Halloumi or Queso Blanco for frying, cut into large cubes or slices
1 Package of Shirataki Angel Hair
1⁄2 Red Bell Pepper, sliced
1⁄2 Green Bell Pepper, sliced
1⁄2 Yellow Bell Pepper, sliced
1⁄2 Onion, cut into chunks
1 Cup of Mushrooms
2 Cloves of Garlic
1⁄4 Cup of White Wine
Salt and Pepper to Taste
Italian Spices (I love Pasta Sprinkle from Spice House in the Public Market)
Non-Stick Olive Oil Spray


Spray a large skillet with the non-stick spray over medium heat. Add cheese to pan.
Once browned on one side, flip over the cheese. Add all the peppers, onions, garlic
and mushrooms. Pour the white wine into the pan. Prepare noodles according to
package directions while the veggies cook. Once the veggies sweat and are cooked,
but are not soggy, add the noodles to the pan. Sprinkle the Italian spices to taste. Use
a large fork or tongs to mix everything together. Enjoy.

Get Fit!


PS- Who else has been using this noodle? Please post a comment to this blog post to let us know if you’ve been rocking the shirataki noodle and please feel free to share a recipe or two for everyone to benefit ;)

PPS- For more info on the shirataki noodle, check out

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