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Attention pasta lovers!  If you thought that because you’re sticking to a strict, low carb eating style, you can no longer indulge in you favorite pasta dishes, you can throw that idea out the window!  Fiber Gourmet makes it possible to enjoy the al dente classics while staying on track and shrinking your waist!  I know it’s hard to imagine, but these pasta products will have you wrapped around their finger in a heartbeat if you give them a shot!

The Fiber Gourmet Family.

Thanks to Ari, I got to try them for the review and I’m hooked!  Growing up, my Mom always made spaghetti with meatballs as a family dish that we all gathered round the table, mouths watering, to gobble up together.  What seemed like a “never-again” moment was made possible again after years of unneccesary pasta restricting.  Don’t get me wrong, the regular stuff isn’t terrible in moderation, but why settle for the old stuff when these are on the market!?

Each of the varieties (Rotini, Fettucini, & Penne) have the same astounding nutritional facts:

Boasting an amazing 18g of fiber and 6g of protein per 2 oz. serving with just 130 calories and 1g of fat (0g saturated)!  If this isn’t a dream come true, I don’t know what is.  You can’t argue with stats like that!

I know what you’re thinking.  That stuff cannot possibly taste like real fatty, carby pasta.  Let me assure you, you’re sadly mistaken.  Italian cuisine never tasted so good.  With mine, I cooked up some ground turkey, heated up some Light Ragu, and voila!  You’ve got a classic on your hands.  Not to mention, a nutritional powerhouse. 

If you’re a Weight Watchers counter, these babies are only 2 Points per serving!  With 72% of your DV fiber, that is an unbeatable source.  It’s made in the US of ALL American ingredients, contains no artificial coloring, no inulin, polydextrose, or other polyols. 

Still skeptical?  You can order your own “sampler packagehere, or build-your-own box! I promise you won’t be disappointed!

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