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Are instant noodles healthy?

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Are instant noodles healthy?

I don't know when instant noodles first became associated with "unhealthy" and became a "heinous" food. Today we are going to discuss, instant noodles after all where is not healthy?

1. Is nutrition unhealthy?
First of all, instant noodles are not without nutrition, but declared incomplete nutrition. As with all foods, you cannot get all the nutrients you need from just one food.
Lettuce may look healthy, but eating instant noodles will help you live longer than eating only lettuce. If you eat only one kind of food, there is nothing like instant noodles. In the case of food shortage in disaster areas, most of them are delivering instant noodles. Not to mention the reasons for preservation, when it comes to nutrition, instant noodles are also much better than delivering apples.
For children, instant noodles as an energy food are essentially the same as rice or noodles. It can also be a normal food source for growing children.

2. Is Fried food unhealthy?
Fried food and non-fried food are the technology of drying bread. The Fried food dehydrates the instant noodles with the Fried food, while the non-fried food is dried with hot air and microwave. Both methods lose less nutrients in the drying process, and frying first does not lose more.
Chinese people like Fried food, British people also eat Fried food, Americans like Fried chicken, the whole world likes Fried food. But edible oil itself contains monounsaturated fatty acid, polyunsaturated fatty acid, linoleic acid, linolenic acid and other nutrients.
In other words, if you can't eat instant noodles, you can't fry dumplings, deep-fried dough sticks, spring rolls, steamed buns, and hemp balls in a pan.

3. Are preservatives unhealthy?
This is the biggest rumor of all. Because instant noodles need no preservatives compared to other foods.
Instant noodles mainly consist of flour cakes, dehydrated vegetables and bean paste. The cake is dry and high in oil, the vegetables are dry and taste high in salt. These properties are not afraid of corruption. Who pays the dues? Some soy sauce, vinegar, and cooking oil contain preservatives themselves, but instant noodle companies don't need to actively add preservatives from a cost management and taste point of view.

4. Are instant noodles unhealthy?
Whether packaged or packaged instant noodles, paper, polyethylene, polypropylene, polystyrene and other materials in the packaging container are odorless, non-toxic, odorless, tasteless and corrosion-resistant. It must be known that they are common food packaging materials in the world.
Almost all the food you buy in the supermarket these days is packaged with these ingredients. Why are you unhealthy when you get to instant noodles?

Is too much salt unhealthy?
The sodium content in instant noodles is above standard. Take the common example of instant noodles. It's a whopping 2,300 milligrams in nanometers, or 2.3 grams.
China's dietary guidelines call for eating less than 6 grams of salt a day. People with mild hypertension should limit themselves to 4 grams, with about 40 percent sodium, or less than 2,400 milligrams, in salt. A packet of instant noodles is 2300 mg, which is almost a day's sodium intake for the average person and over the limit for people with high blood pressure. The salt in instant noodles is really too much, except for the sodium in the bread, which is mainly in the powder bag. However, look at the small print below and add as much as you like. Don't tell me you breathe a sigh of relief every time.
Whether excessive salt, or mainly control in their own hands.
Of course, if you want to become healthier, eat instant noodles with less salt and fresh vegetables, fruits, eggs and milk.

The instant noodles themselves are not harmful, but if your overall food combination is not healthy, don't put the pot on the convenient surface!
Eating instant noodles for a long time is not healthy, just false proposition. But eating instant noodles without other foods for a long time is definitely not healthy.