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The Calorie Content Of Ramen Noodles Without Seasoning
Look on the package: See how many calories are listed on the pack and divide that number by two. ...Read more
A calorie is the amount of heat energy needed to increase a mililiter of water 1 degree centigrade, the calorie we talk about in foods is really a kilocalorie, that is the amount of energy needed to increase a liter of water 1 degree centigrade... So if you eat a food that is 500 calories that food if burned completely has enough energy to heat a liter of ...Read more
Need answer. Thinking about having chicken flavored ramen noodles that has veggies in it already- not most nutritious but would it help - iHave aCold?
Chicken soup better: Chicken issue may will make a better choice. You need to keep up your fluids during this cold and you may need to see your physician clarify if it is a cold or something more, ...Read more
Probably not: These noodles, cooked for a lengthy time will degenerate and become a slurry. This is not really palatable although it is not harmful - it would be like eating congee. Leave the noodles out if that is part of a recipe, cook them when the rest is done and then mix them in. ...Read more
BF thinks my hypothyroidism and addison's (diagnosed 12 years ago) were caused by ramen noodles. Is it a possibility?
I am on a college budget, what is a cheap, easy, filling, and healthy diet plan I can follow (ie. Not ramen noodles).?
Cheap and easy: I am a fan of weight watchers but it does cost something per month. Basically you should eat all types of foods, watch your portions (very important), eat more vegetables and fruits, stay away from fast food or packaged food, and most importantly, exercise. Even going for a long walk is exercise. Don't forget a multivitamin each day. Good luck. ...Read more
I recently had my wisdom teeth taken out this morning and my favorite kind of ramen noodles is very spicy. Is it ok for me to eat it?
Yes: If spicy ramen noodles is part of your normal diet, you can eat them following your surgery. If your mouth is still numb, you will need to make sure that the noodles and liquid they are cooked in are not too hot, as you could experience a burn to the mouth and not feel it until the local anesthetic wears off. ...Read more
Soft food: After extraction, eating soft food like noodles--ramen, spaghetti, pho, soba, etc.--is an excellent choice. Make sure food is not too hot. Important: do not slurp noodles but eat like you'd do with pasta. This is because slurping or any sucking motion will cause the clotting blood to come off--a major issue that leads to dry socket! Fyi: ramen has little nutritional value so take supplements also. ...Read more
I was eating ramen/cup of noodles for a couple of months everyday. Now I am worried I had too much sodium?
Yup: That is a worry. That stuff is loaded with sodium. Assuming you're otherwise healthy and don't have hypertension, just lay off that and watch your sodium intake now. See your doctor at least once a year if you're healthy. Otherwise, bring it up at your next visit. If you have headaches, dizziness, change in urinary habits, chest pain, or shortness of breath, see your doctor soon. ...Read more
Ok, if seldom eaten: Instant noodles are not good for a person who has access to other healthier foods. Most instant noodles are high in fat and salt, and contain msg flavor enhancer (similar to eating potato chips with added msg). A few "healthier" instant noodles have less fat, less salt, and no msg; but the "healthier" noodles are hard to find in stores. It is better to eat noodles without using the flavor packet. ...Read more
Instant noodles: I have no idea why you were told that. If they are cooked and within the date advised they should do you no harm unless you have an allergy ...Read more
I'm worried as I eat fattis and monis instant noodles atleast once every 5 days, can it cause cancer or is very bad for me?
Instant noodles: Can contain a lot of sodium and other chemicals. So, try to eat them sparingly rather than every 5 days. A regular diet of them is not good for overall health and by themselves they don't cause cancer. Stick w/fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs, etc. It takes more time and work but it's worth it. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I'm addicted to instant noodles (the noodles you put in hot water and add favour and spices above). Is it so unhealthy and dangerous as some says?
Not really addiction: Many people really like a particular food and may overindulge in it, but that doesn't make it an "addiction, " which implies both loss of control and it doing far more harm than good. They have way too much salt and are pure starch, so moderation is better for your health. Over time, it can lead to obesity, diabetes and hypertension. Talk to a nutritionist about moderating it. ...Read more
Yes- it depends on::
Everything we eat affects our health. Instant noodles are mostly carbs; a high-carb diet raises blood sugar, increases obesity, causes inflammation etc. Most instant noodles are wheat ; thus have gluten, which adversely affects many people (but you could have rice or buckwheat noodles without gluten). Most have msg as a flavor-enhancer which may be toxic- see http://bit. Ly/1cj9f5f
best only on occ. ...Read more
Fully cook meat: If your hot dog and sausage are fully cooked, these should be fine. ...Read more
I just ate 2 packets of top ramen with Siracha hot sauce and it caused my stomach to bloat and it hurts?
Well: That's not unusual in general avoid things that upset your stomach and cause you pain ...Read more
Had a colonoscopy yesterday finally had my first meal today it was a top ramen soup but after I finished it I've been sweating is that normal?
I doubt it: In decades of looking over such issues, I have never seen any data suggenting a noodle fetish would affect fetal development. As a simple food source, it has no specific toxic element to trigger such a change. If you were downing a few beers at the same time, the beer would be a problem. ...Read more
I got 4 teeth extracted on thursday ffor braces! I really want to eat a spicy cup ramen soup! Will it be bad?
I've read some research that packaged ramen can lead to higher risk of heart attack and diabetes. I don't eat it every day, is it dangerous?
I assume you read this:
http://www. Washingtonpost. Com/national/health-science/all-those-instant-noodles-you-eat-may-put-you-at-risk-for-heart-problems/2014/08/29/e1181a32-2a36-11e4-958c-268a320a60ce_story. Html
I wouldn't get too nervous about it but would hold ramen consumption to once a week or less to be careful. ...Read more