High in carbohydrates, pasta has traditionally been off the menu for those either bulking up on muscle or watching their waistline.
Now, lovers of the Italian staple can enjoy a high protein pasta dish, without sacrificing on flavour or quality.
The protein pasta is composed of just three natural ingredients, Pea Protein Isolate, Durum Wheat Semolina, and fresh eggs.
The pasta is fortified with the finest natural pea protein isolates, to produce a high quality product which tastes just as good as the original.
The pasta contains 50g of protein per 100g, a staggering 309.8 per cent higher than the leading supermarket brand.
What’s more, it has around 50 per cent of the carbohydrates found in traditional pasta, down from 62g to 31g per 100g.
Priced at £4.95 for 400g, or £4.20 when buying multiple, the pasta keeps you fuller for longer and remains fresh for at least six months.
“Everyone who is trying to lose weight and build muscle knows that a high protein, low carbohydrate diet is essential,” said Darren Beale, managing director of MuscleFood.com.
“However, it’s never easy to avoid carbs, especially pasta. For years, dieters and those passionate about fitness have had to forgo of some of their favourite Italian dishes. But now, pasta is back on the menu.
“With its low carb, high protein structure, the new pasta releases its energy slowly, keeping you going for longer. So a simple chicken and protein pasta meal will provide you with 80g-100g of healthy, natural protein.
“The pasta is already receiving excellent reviews from customers, with many commenting on the quality of its taste and texture. It has an amazing flavour, and is almost indistinguishable from the real thing – because it is the real thing, just better.
“So far the demand for the product has astounded us, we have had thousands of pre-orders prior to launch and we really think it could lead to change in attitude towards weight loss and muscle building because pasta is now no longer a nutritional no no.”
To discover where you can buy the pasta, please visit http://www.dr-zaks.com/store/where-to-buy.html
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