Now available in 7 cuts:
Dreamfields Pasta – Dreamfields low carb pasta is the real deal because it looks and tastes just like the Pasta you’ve always enjoyed – except it’s healthier! Dream fields pasta is not no carb pasta or carb free pasta – dreamfield pasta is as close as you can get with the real taste of pasta.
Just one bite of Dreamfields pasta with your favorite spaghetti sauce will convince you that pasta is indeed back on your low-carb lifestyle. Unlike other low-carb pastas, Dreamfields gets very high marks from its customers for incredible taste and texture that’s almost like the real thing!
A typical 2-oz serving of regular pasta is an astounding 41g carbs, but Dreamfields pasta has only 5g digestible carbs. You will NEVER believe this stuff is low-carb. Try all dreamfields spaghetti cuts.
Astound your friends and family with this “diet” pasta that will have them begging for more. Get your stash of Dreamfields pasta while it lasts!
Make the Healthy Switch To Dreamfields
- Only 5 grams of digestible carbs per serving
- 65% lower glycemic index than regular pasta
- Twice the fiber of regular pasta
- Naturally cholesterol free
- 0 grams of trans fat
Total Carbs: 41g
Controlled Carbs: -36g
Net Digestible Carbs: 5 g
According to the Dreamfields Pasta Label: Count 5 grams of carbohydrates per each 56 g serving when controlling carbohydrate intake and blood sugar levels to promote good health and weight control. Dreamfields offers significant health benefits, and has been clinically tested to establish digestible carbohydrate levels.
Dreamfields Pasta Frequesntly Asked Questions
How does Dreamfields make its pasta lower in carbohydrates?
Dreamfields Pasta is lower in digestible carbohydrates. What that means is that while the total number of carbohydrates is the same as typical pasta, their unique blend of dietary fibers and proteins protects all but about 5 grams of these carbohydrates from being digested. These protected, or “controlled,” carbohydrates pass to the colon where they provide the health benefits of dietary fiber.
How is the level of digestible carbohydrate established for Dreamfields pasta?
A clinical testing method utilizing healthy human subjects is used to measure the levels of digestible carbohydrate contained in Dreamfields Pasta. The clinical tests are designated as “in vivo” testing or testing that utilizes a living being, as this is the only known way to establish how the body will process a specific food to create a blood glucose response. The shape and area under a blood glucose response curve is used to determine the level of digestible carbohydrate in a food and if the body is properly processing digested carbohydrates appropriately. Dreamfields clinical testing is conducted at an independent laboratory that complies with FDA guidelines.
How is Dreamfields different from other “healthy” pastas?
Dreamfields Pasta has largely the same level of durum semolina as traditional pastas, with a low level of their unique blend of fibers and proteins and no soy fillers. The Dreamfields approach means fewer carbohydrates get digested that will increase blood glucose response. So you get the authentic taste and texture you expect from pasta, but with only 5 grams of digestible carbs. Dreamfields also contains twice the fiber of regular pasta, including a special fiber called Inulin that has been shown scientifically to promote digestive health and support a healthy immune system, while enhancing calcium absorption for strong bones and teeth.
What is the special fiber called Inulin?
Inulin, unlike insulin, is a naturally-occurring, plant storage non-digestible carbohydrate found in over 36,000 plants worldwide. It helps control insulin levels in the body. Inulin naturally occurs in cereal grains, onions, asparagus, tomatoes, bananas, raisins, garlic and many other commonly consumed plants. Unlike normal starch, Inulin is not digested by the body, but is used as preferred food (dietary fiber) by a select group of health-promoting bacteria called lactic-acid producing bacteria (bifidobacteria and lactobacilli); the same bacteria as those found as active cultures in many yogurts and fermented dairy products. These bacteria grow and produce fermentation products to help support a healthy immune system, modulate glucose and lipid metabolism in the liver, help improve calcium absorption, and help keep the colon functioning properly for recycling of water and electrolytes.
How are “digestible carbs” different from “net carbs”?
Dreamfields “digestible carbs” are determined by a clinical method that measures the blood glucose response of the whole food to establish its glycemic load or content of digestible carbohydrates. This is unlike net carbs which is simply determined by estimating the digestibility of individual food components. The clinical testing is conducted at an independent clinical laboratory.