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Konjac Glucomannan Powder 500g bag

4.2 out of 5 stars 131 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Use it as thickener
  • Drink it with water
  • Gluten Free - Wheat Free
  • Low Carb - Sugar Free

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Product Description

Konjac glucomanan powder is pure soluble fiber, no protein, no fat, no sugar, no starch, it is also gluten free and wheat free. Nutrition Facts: Serving Size 1 Teaspoon (5g), Servings Per Container 100, Calories 0, Calories from Fat 0, Total Fat 0g, Saturated Fat 0g, Trans Fat 0g, Cholesterol 0mg, Sodium 0mg, Total Carbohydrate 5g, Dietary Fiber 5g (soluble fiber), Sugars 0g, Protein 0g. Ingredients: Konjac glucomannan fiber. How to use Konjac Glucomannan Powder: Drink it with water: Three times daily before each meal, briskly stir one level teasponn konjac powder (about 4 gram) in 8 ounces of water, drink immediatly before the begins to gel. Use it as thickener The most popular food thickener is the starch type thickener, such as cornstarch. Konjac glucomannan is a natural, odorless soluble fiber that is found in the konjac plant. The konjac glucomanan is the most viscosity food gum in nature. It has about ten times the viscosity than the cornstarch. Konjac glucomannan is also called konjac flour or konjac gum. Unlike the cornstarch, the konjac powder is the soluble fiber, which does not contain starch and sugar, it does not have calories.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002AISTA8
  • UPC: 180245000017
  • Item model number: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (131 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,655 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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Konjac powder is an ingredient to thicken sauces and gravies or any other cooked recipe. To use konjac powder as a thickening agent, first disperse it in a little cold water or other "watery" ingredients such as soy sauce, and slowly add it (with constant stirring) to the other ingredients while they are cooking. About 1 teaspoon of konjac powder will gel about one cup of liquid. If you have not used konjac powder as a thickening agent before, it is best to experiment with it by beginning with lesser amounts, and adding as necessary until the desired consistency is reached.

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This is a great product if you are practicing low carb or paleo lifestyle and diet! However, look for it elsewhere. I found the same product for $18 in other sites (such as carbsmart dot com)
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Being a bit frugal, I was reluctant to try this powder at first. I am so glad that I did, though. My fiance and I are on the HCG protocol and are losing a lot of weight, but really were missing gravy on some of our meats. On HCG you really need to watch fat & calories, so dark meat chicken and turkey are out. White meat can be a bit dry, even when brined. I made a wonderful chicken gravy by heating 2 Cups of organic fat free chicken broth and whisking in 1/2 cup cool broth, mixed with just one teaspoon of Konjac powder. It thickened in no time and my fiance loved it too. The texture is a bit different than using wheat flour, but we got used to it quickly, there is no off-taste and it thickens very nicely. Konjac powder adds no starch & no calories! Its like magic. I have begun using it for stir "fry" sauces and the like and it is really, really good. I can't wait to do konjac angelhair noodles & clam sauce with this powder.
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I am using this because it's a primary ingredient in the vast majority of dieting supplements these days. Back in the 80s I ate some diet "cookies" that were full of some sort of fiber that you drank a lot of water with, and, it made you feel full. I'm convinced this was the type of fiber.

It works great. I've seen some folks complain about taste and that it "gels" too quickly (not this product but other glucomannan powders). The trick is to stir QUICKLY and RAPIDLY then drink it down. As for taste, I've started stirring it into some low sugar orange juice.

It works great for dieting purposes, definitely keeps you "regular," and would certainly work as a thickener for cooking as I've seen some people use it for as well.
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Years ago I used this but I used one rounded tsp 3 times a day along with a healthy diet. I gradually lost 56 pounds and lowered my blood sugar levels, and my cholesterol levels dramatically.

Since that time I went off of it, returned to my bad ways of eating, regained the weight, and blood sugar and cholesterol went way up again.

For the past several months I have once again been taking fiber supplements. I had been taking Konjac Glucommanan Powder and have been very pleased with it. But, I decided to try Konsyl again since I can just go to the store and buy it instead of ordering online like I have to do with Konjac Glucomannan.

I do not like taking the Konsyl as well as I like the Konjac Glucomannan. And, there is some differences in the two fibers. Konjac Glucomannan is solely a soluable fiber (which will more effectively lower your cholesterol), while Konsyl is a mixture of both soluable fiber and non-soluable fiber (the non-soluable fiber helps 'sweep' your colon and creates faster transit, while the soluable fiber lowers the cholesterol but doesn't increase the speed of transit).

So, if your transit time is too fast you may want to look more at taking Konjac Glucomannan. But, if your transit time is too slow Konsyl would be better. If you want (more) lowering of cholesterol than Konjac Glucomannan would be the way to go. If you want faster transit along with cholesterol lowering than Konsyl is the way to go.

I have decided to alternate using both products; one product at one meal, the other product at the other meal. So, alternating both products should give me the best of both.

Konjac Glucomannan sticks to the side of the glass if you don't mix and drink fast enough, but it goes down smoothe.
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I want to write my review before I forget to. This product showed up the next day after I bought it and I didn't even pay for next day shipping! So, last night I took a little less than a teaspoon and quickly mixed it in some water and drank as fast as I could . Towards the end I could tell it was gelling so I am glad I drank fast. There was a slight taste, but it was nearly tasteless and it didn't bother me at all. I've had other fiber drinks that have atrocious tastes and so much plant parts and grittiness that I gag and almost throw up what I just drank. Bleh. The GC powder was very easy to drink down with about 8 ounces of water. I immediately followed that up with about another 8 ounces of water to make sure it gets all the way down to my stomach. I did this about 10 minutes before eating dinner and I felt like I got a little fuller off less food.

Now, this morning, I took a heaping teaspoon and used a funnel to put it in a water bottle so I could shake it really good. I put the heaping teaspoon in about 12-14 ounces of water. I tried to drink it down as fast as I could, but it gelled up at the bottom before I could drink down that far. I just added a little more water and swished it around and drank the rest. That was at 8:35 am this morning. I've had a few cups of coffee and then at 10:00 am I wanted to eat my yogurt. For fun, I sprinkled a little bit of it in my yogurt. It thickened it up a little, but it was greek yogurt so it wasn't that noticeable. It did make it a little gritty and not as enjoyable, so I will probably stick to just drinking it.
Anyways, after only having coffee, a 160 cal yogurt, and a significant amount of GC, I feel stuffed . So much that I feel like I went out to Denny's for breakfast and cleared my whole plate.
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