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    miracle noodles

    hey has anyone been eating miracle noodles on p2? if so have they affected you by gaining or not losing? any info on this would be awesome

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    I did, I just didn't like the gummy texture.....I ate like 2 fork fulls and couldn't eat anymore. I threw the rest in the trash. I think it made me gain 1 pound the next day but it's different for certain body types.

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    miracle noodles

    I had them with meatballs and sauce. They were ok, but not really anything that I found I wanted to eat. They wernt bad but they don't give you the pasta comfort factor so it seemed pointless eating them. I had 2 bites, no effect on my losses the next day. But I would have much preferred just thin sliced long strands of cooked cabbage as a pasta substitute. That's what I will do next time.
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    I do use the miracle rice and noodles. I beleive they are great fillers. I use rice in the meatballs and noodles in soups or stews (P2 stirfries I call them). Noodles remind me rice noodles and rice is like topioca grains. They come in fishy smelly water, you need to drain them and thouroghly wash. They take flouver of waterever sauce you use in your cooking. I will buy them again. Just the noodles this time, not rice. And they do not affect my weight loss.

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    I just came from asian store. You can buy there Shirataki noodles, which are exactly the same as miracle noodles but cheaper

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    I thought they tasted just ok. I think they slowed down my losses. I bought them in the beginning because I was worried I would be hungry but I didn't get hungry after all. I think you can do without them. Loving Terra is right, they only cost $1.50 a packet from the asian food store so if you decide to use them dont get ripped off buying miracle noodles.

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    When I was trying them, I was not on the hcg diet but rather the dukan diet which is low carb. I thought they were ok, I prefer thin cabbage as well, it seems more satisfying. I think if you try them use don't anything else new to see if they cause a gain. For me, I did not like the taste enough to take a risk in phase2.
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    I used them almost daily the last 3 rounds- I used the cheaper shirataki noodles- and I would actually eat a whole package of them every day- I eat them in p2 soups so the texture is not a problem. I absolutely love them.
    They can't really prevent fat loss as far as I'm concerned- on the scale it could appear that you "stalled" or "gained" but this is really just the extra bulk of the noodles and liquids they absorb in your intestines. That's my take anyway. I have hydrostatic body fat testing done before and after every round so that I can be sure how much of my weightloss from each round is fat, so I really feel these noodles do not affect my fat loss. They are just soluble fiber.

    Hope that helps!

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    I only tried them twice & stalled both times. By all means give them a go, but be prepared for a stall...

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    I love them! this is my third round, and im only on VLCD2, but last round I lost 30 pounds and ate them every day. I would even use two packages some days. I bought mine from an asian grocery store so that they were the pure shiritaki noodles and not the miracle noodles that have soy in them... shiritaki noodles are totally 0 calorie, 0 carb, 0 everything but the miracle noodles or some brands of them add soy and have some calories..

    the trick to these things is that you HAVE TO RINSE THEM. Put them in a strainer, turn on the faucet and WALK AWAY. come back 5 minuets later, put them in a pot, and boil them. then strain them again and leave them in a container with filtered water to use when you want..

    There is no way I could eat these things out of the bag and I hope no one else even tries to, whatever they're soaked in is so gross. But make an awesome P2 tomato sauce with some fresh herbs like basil, oregano, lots of garlic and onion, a full tomato, little bit of braggs, stevia powder, veggie salt and some P2 mustard and they are soooo good! I make a chicken and red sauce and pour it over these almost every night!

    I know they dont effect my losses... And I'm always satisfied at meal times

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    Quote Originally Posted by LovingTerra View Post
    I do use the miracle rice and noodles. I beleive they are great fillers. I use rice in the meatballs and noodles in soups or stews (P2 stirfries I call them). Noodles remind me rice noodles and rice is like topioca grains. They come in fishy smelly water, you need to drain them and thouroghly wash. They take flouver of waterever sauce you use in your cooking. I will buy them again. Just the noodles this time, not rice. And they do not affect my weight loss.
    Thank you. I never thought of using them as fillers on meat balls. I will also try them as fillers in meatloaf & salisbury steaks.


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    I purchase the Shirataki noodles from a local Asian store & prepare them by draining, rinsing, microwaving and drying on paper towels. In the winter, I place the noodles in a blender and cook them like I would oatmeal or cream of wheat & eat as a hot (no/lo calorie no/lo carb) cereal.


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