After Watching This You Will Never Eat Instant Noodles Again!
It’s convenient, cheap and best served hot, but how healthy is it? If instant noodles are your favorite meal, it is time you abandon this habit this very moment. Instant noodles are very popular meal for those who lack time and money. Maybe you think they are not the best healthy choice you have made, but they are not so bad for your health like the fast food. Well, you are wrong!
In a first-of-its kind experiment, Dr. Braden Kuo of the Massachusetts General uses a camera inside the digestive tract to find out what happens there when you eat processed noodles. Even after two hours, they are remarkably intact, much more so than the homemade ramen noodles, which were used as a comparison. This is concerning for a number of reasons.
For starters, it could be putting a strain on your digestive system, which is forced to work for hours to break down this highly processed food (ironically, most processed food is so devoid of fiber that it gets broken down very quickly, interfering with your blood sugar levels and insulin release).
When food remains in your digestive tract for such a long time, it will also impact nutrient absorption, but, in the case of processed ramen noodles, there isn’t much nutrition to be had. Instead, there is a long list of additives, including the toxic preservative tertiary-butyl hydroquinone (TBHQ).
This additive will likely remain in your stomach along with the seemingly invincible noodles, and no one knows what this extended exposure time may do to your health
Watching this video will make you reconsider your love of instant noodles the next time you decide to eat this fast meal. The results are frightening!