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…
Ramen Noodles Don’t Break Down After Hours of Digestion
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