Carba-Nada Low Carb Fettuccine Pasta 10 oz. bag by Al Dente Pasta

Carba-Nada Lower Carb Pasta

Not For Induction or Ongoing Weight Loss Phases of The Atkins Diet!
Carba Nada Pasta is a great tasting reduced carb pasta and not an ultra low carb pasta.

Carb Nada Pasta. A reduced-carb pasta with wonderful taste and texture! To top it off, because Al Dente pasta cooks in just 3 minutes, it has a remarkably low glycemic index, slowing the rate at which it is digested. Healthy and all-natural, now you can have your pasta and eat it too!

Since 1981, Al Dente’s reputation has been based on its famous “tender but firm” texture that tastes just like home made. Their Carba-Nada line includes Roasted Garlic Fettuccine, Lemon Pepper Fettuccine and Egg Fettuccine. By substituting wheat gluten, fiber, and high-protein soy flour for some of the semolina of normal pasta, Al Dente has succeeded in bringing the total carbohydrate count down to 18 net grams per serving.

Al Dente has succeeded in making a great tasting, low-carb noodle when others have failed. Because Al Dente is one of the few pasta companies in the country to sheet rather than extrude their dough, they are able to achieve a texture that is more similar to traditional fresh egg pasta. This method, along with the great, all-natural flavors, give a real taste treat to the millions of people who do not want to give up pasta even though they are on low-carb diets.

CarbSmart has sold low carb pastas in the past that were mostly soy flour-based and honestly not that great in taste. Al Dente Pasta Company has found a wonderful balance – a great tasting noodle with a lower carb count (18g net carbs per serving) vs. regular pasta (45g or more per serving). Now we know 18g Net Carbs is not right for everyone but when you are close to your goal or want to have that occasional pasta treat, Carba-Nada will satisfy you.

Carbonada pasta that is low in carbs.

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  1. I am trying to purchase the Carba-nada fettuccine in the Danbury, CT area. Where is it available?

  2. Carbonara’s noodle net carb count used to be 17 gms per 2oz. Suddenly, the prominent 17 was replaced with 24. No explanation.

    • Thank you for your comment. Carba-Nada has been a commercial product for 13-15 years and it is possible they could have changed their ingredients over that time.


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