HEALTHY LIVING . GUIDE



Ramen noodles still feel thick and springy even if you exceed the time to cook them, let alone if you just soak it in hot water and hence these noodles do not break down easily even after hours of digestion. The inclusion of MSG and TBHQ among the other non-nutritional value ingredients is something you need to consider when wanting to eat them.

Women who ate instant noodles more than twice a week were 68% more likely to have metabolic syndrome -- a group of symptoms such as low levels of HDL cholesterol, central obesity, elevated fasting blood sugar, elevated blood pressure and even elevated fasting triglycerides. Risk of developing cardiovascular disease and diabetes is even higher if an individual has three or more of those symptoms.

MSG is an excitotoxin, which overexcites your nerve cells to the point of damage or even death, causing brain damage and dysfunction to varying degrees -- and potentially even triggering or worsening learning disabilities such as Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease and Lou Gehrig's disease.






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