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Spiralized food | © Jules/Flickr
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Spiralize Your Way to Clean Eating

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Updated: 8 June 2017
Love carbs but need a more nutritious alternative? Your solution: a spiralizer that turns vegetables and fruit into thin strips that resemble spaghetti or noodles. A simple way to trick your brain!

This kitchen gadget has become popular across the globe due to the clean eating trend, with over 7,000 photos using the #spiralizer hashtag on Instagram.

Spiralizing has taken the food world by storm, with bloggers such as Deliciously Ella promoting her various spiralizers on ITV’s This Morning.

Ranging from the most basic handheld models that cost less than £10, to fancier electric machines going up to £65, there’s one for everyone. Whether you are trying to cut the carbs, or you are following a gluten-free or vegan diet and are looking for new ways to spice up your meals, this is the perfect solution.

If you are looking to live a healthier lifestyle, and perhaps drop a few pounds, then you need this product. It allows you to switch up a regular carbonara dish stuffed full of carbohydrates, to a healthier version consisting of deliciously nutritious vegetable noodles, leaving your stomach as well as your waistline satisfied, and no nasty feelings of guilt.

It is also ideal for cooking up a meal in no time at all – no need to wait for your pasta or noodles to cook, just spiralize your veg and you’re good to go! The ultimate option for people who hate cooking or struggle to find the time to do it.

From courgettes and carrots, to cucumbers, apples, parsnips and beetroot, there are endless recipe ideas to try at home.

Not only will your body thank you for this invention, but guaranteed, you will have fun transforming your fruit and vegetables.

10-a-day, anyone?