If your food is highly energy dense, it is easy to overshoot.
It doesn't matter if you "overshoot", as it just means there will be a longer time until you get hungry. The human body is way more precise in long-term energy intake regulation than any bean-counting diet can ever be. Just have a look at groups of people who diet mostly on energy-dense food, like those on ketogenic diets or ethnic groups eating mostly fatty fish and whale meat etc. - those sure don't have an obesity epidemic because of that.
Combine artificial food with an artificial avoidance of motion, and you are much more likely to become obese.
These artificial noodles are as useless to fight obesity as are artificial sweeteners and "fat-substitutes" in dairy products.