Are you always in a rush? Then I’m pretty sure this has been one of your go-to food!
Way back in college, I can still remember how much I’ve been eating this the entire semester. And yes, I wish I could’ve done something better.
What food am I referring to? Take a guess. Let’s see if you know this one.
Okay, I’m actually referring to instant noodles.
I know it has been one of the go-to instant food for college students who’s on a budget and who’s always in a rush. But are we really saving money and time from eating this food? Let’s find out.
Instant noodles are a popular go-to lunch or dinner for those who are strapped for time (or cash), like college students. While you probably don’t consider them a health food, you may think they’re not that bad, or, at least, not as bad as eating a burger and fries or a fast-food burrito.
In a first-of-its-kind experiment, however, Dr. Braden Kuo of Massachusetts General Hospital may make you reconsider your love of instant noodles (assuming you have one).
He used a pill-sized camera to see what happens inside your stomach and digestive tract after you eat ramen noodles, one common type of instant noodles. The results were astonishing…