Shirataki Nutritional Facts

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Glucomannan based shirataki noodles is a calorie-free, natural plant fiber that helps to remove fat from the colon wall and gently cleanse the intestines and relieve constipation.

Shirataki noodles come in two forms, tofu shirataki and regular shirataki. Both types contain a the glucomannan base. The difference with tofu shirataki is the addition of a small amount of tofu.

Shirataki noodles contain 0 calories per serving because they are almost entirely made of fiber.  Shirataki noodles, when eaten in their pure form have NO fat, NO net carbs, NO calories, NO sugar, NO protein, and NO gluten and are rich in fiber.

Tofu shirataki noodles contain 20 calories per serving because of the addition of tofu. In a four ounce serving, tofu shirataki noodles have 0.5 grams of fat, 3 grams of carbohydrates, 1 gram of protein and 2 grams of fiber.

Many people prefer tofu shirataki noodles to regular shirataki noodles because the texture is more pasta-like. Regardless of which you choose, both types make great pasta substitutes.

If you would like to see the full nutritional breakdown of each type of shirataki noodle, including calories, fat, fiber, vitamins, etc., please view more shirataki noodel nutritional facts.

You can purchase shirataki noodles in a variety of pasta shapes, including angel hair, spaghetti and fettuccine in the Shirataki eStore.

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