Dreamfields Pasta comes in a variety of conventional forms including spaghetti, elbows, lasagna, rotini, linguini, angel hair and penne rigate. Feast on your favorite dishes with no guilt or worries when you include delicious Dreamfields low carb pasta in the recipe.
Known to many as a comfort food, people with diabetes rarely want to give up their favorite pasta dishes. Dreamfields lasagna, macaroni and cheese casserole, spaghetti and meatballs and pasta soups are all popular menu items. Many who could not eat pasta before are discovering a new way to enjoy it whenever they have the craving.
Dreamfield Pasta has fewer digestible carbohydrates with about the same high fiber as traditional whole wheat pasta. Just like authentic pasta, Dreamfields Pasta has an al dente texture and delicious taste because it is made with durum wheat semolina.
Unique Dreamfields Pasta protects all but 5 grams of carbs per serving. As a result, blood glucose levels do not rise as much as when you consume traditional pasta products. Dreamfields also contains a natural prebiotic fiber called inulin. The same natural fiber is found in foods such as raisins, garlic and asparagus. Prebiotics support a healthy immune system, better digestion and help your body absorb calcium. Besides satisfying your palate, you’re doing healthy things for your body when you eat Dreamfields Pasta.
Unlike any other pasta product, Dreamfield has a glycemic index (GI) that is 65 percent lower than traditional pasta. These results are based on actual clinical testing, not estimates. Dreamfields Pasta is also free of saturated fat and cholesterol. Enjoy the full pleasure of eating pasta without compromising on texture or taste. Remember, always follow a healthy diabetes diet plan that includes tasty choices such as Dreamfields Pasta.
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