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Instant Noodles May Provide Important Micronutrients

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DONGFANG NAOMU
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Release time:
2019/03/19
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Instant Noodles May Provide Important Micronutrients

Despite being relatively low in some nutrients like fiber and protein, instant noodles contain several micronutrients, including iron, manganese, folate and B vitamins.

Some instant noodles are also fortified with additional nutrients.

In Indonesia, about half of instant noodles are fortified with vitamins and minerals, including iron. One study actually found that consuming iron-fortified milk and noodles can decrease the risk of anemia, a condition caused by iron deficiency.

Additionally, some instant noodles are made using fortified wheat flour, which has shown potential in increasing micronutrient intake without changing the taste or texture of the final product.

Research has also shown that eating instant noodles could be associated with an increase in the intake of certain micronutrients.

A 2011 study compared the nutrient intake of 6,440 instant noodle consumers and non-instant noodle consumers.

Those who consumed instant noodles had a 31% greater intake of thiamine and a 16% higher intake of riboflavin than those who did not eat instant noodles.

 

SUMMARY: Some types of instant noodles are fortified to add extra vitamins and minerals. Instant noodle intake may be linked to a higher intake of riboflavin and thiamine.

Excerpt from Are Instant Noodles Bad for You?

 

Written by Rachael Link, MS, RD on April 15, 2017