Our Good Non-Pasta Consumption

Ngebray.com,- What’s the best non-pasta pasta? Fresh vegetables used in the place of noodles are the healthiest option. The downside is it’s a lot more work, and you will need equipment to make it.

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Bean-based pastas are also a good option. Dried pastas made from chickpeas, lentils or black beans have more protein and fiber than regular pasta. Quinoa pasta is a good gluten-free option. Quinoa tends to be higher in protein than regular pasta and has lots of fiber and iron.

Still, even regular pasta can be healthy. Pasta is not a matter of yes or no, it’s a matter of how much and how often.