Confessions of a diabetic pasta lover

Did you know that when you eat a very large serving of pasta, what you are actually doing is feeding the brain’s reward circuitry, firing up the pleasure centers of the brain’s neurons.

But how do you feel, say, within a couple hours of overindulging on pasta? Chances are, not very energetic. Though eating lots of pasta can trigger the brain’s reward or pleasure center, there’s actually very little reward felt by the rest of your body. Instead, what is actually happening is the “Wanting or motivation by the brain to obtain the stimulation,” according to a study by psychologists at the University of Michigan.


Besides the risk of becoming diabetic, or failing to improve or manage it if you already have, there are lots of other health reasons why you should consider trying to kick your pasta addiction. These include:

  • Obesity and complications arising from it

  • Lack of energy due to blood sugar level fluctuations

  • Heart disease

  • Irritability or mood disorders also due to blood sugar fluctuation

Respect the ritual to help kick pasta addiction

When you’re at home cooking your favorite pasta, do you watch your favorite TV show? Do you have your favorite wine glass you sneak sips from in between stirring the sauce, sprinkling some spice and chopping vegetables to add to your mountain of incredible-tasting pasta?

Continue this routine of eating your favorite comfort food. In fact, you can enjoy this ritual every single day, not only, say, on pasta night, which some families have only once per week. If you have your favorite dining ware set aside for pasta night, use it often.

So how can I stop my addiction if you’re telling me to continue to cook pasta?

There’s good news and bad news. Bad news first: You’ll never be able to fully kick your pasta habit but the good news is now you don’t ever have to, thanks to a net-zero calorie and net-zero carbohydrate pasta called Miracle Noodle. A food that bills itself as a “Miracle” product better back its claim.

Based on hundreds of testimonials, Miracle Noodle has certainly helped many people improve their health, including managing diabetes. These flour noodles, which have been a staple of Japanese diets for over 2000 years, comes from the root of a plant and is comprised almost entirely of fiber. The fibrous plant matter is shaped like regular pasta and has the same texture of several pasta products and easily absorbs the sauces, spices and herbs of any pasta recipe. (Miracle Noodle also offers Miracle Rice.)

Miracle Noodle has been mentioned by name by numerous news programs, Dr. Oz, Rachael Ray, and celebrity chefs like Rocco Dispiroto in his cookbooks, but what is really rewarding for the company is the daily emails and letters received from people who, for whatever reason, can longer eat noodles such as gluten-free dieters, diabetics and people on weight loss plans.

Should I quit pasta cold turkey?

There’s now no longer any reason to quit eating pasta with Miracle Noodle. Again, just in case you didn’t catch it the first time, or didn’t believe it, Miracle Noodle is calorie-free and will not raise your blood sugar levels at all. And cooking Miracle Noodle takes way less time than conventional pasta. Simply remove, rinse and boil for a couple minutes.

Quitting cold turkey, besides being totally unnecessary thanks to Miracle Noodle, could lead to nasty withdrawal, and eventually, bingeing. But since Miracle Noodle is calorie-free, and as long as you are primarily eating vegetables along with Miracle Noodle, you don’t have to worry about eating seconds, or even thirds!

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Miracle Noodle is now sold in retail outlets throughout the U.S. and even internationally. If you’re a diabetic pasta lover, consider Miracle Noodle’s auto delivery program, where you can select which Miracle Noodle products you want and how often you want them delivered to your front door.


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