RAMEN NOODLES: After Watching This Video, You Will NEVER Eat Them Again! Yuck!

As college students living in dorms, we usually live off of fast food, food from the commons, frozen food that you pop in the microwave, or simple food that takes three minutes to prepare, such as easy mac or Ramen Noodles. I for one love Ramen Noodles and I think they are the the food that every college student needs. All Ramen Noodles are is noodles with flavored salt packages.

South Korean women who ate the most processed ramen noodles were demonstrably more likely to suffer from metabolic syndrome, according to the study. Here’s the kicker: This was true no matter what other foods they regularly ate or how much they exercised.

“It is important for consumers to remember, regardless of age, that though we most definitely eat for pleasure and enjoyment, our number one goal when eating is to nourish our bodies, Gregg said. “If we only eat foods that have had the health providing components such as vitamins, minerals and fiber removed, we are doing ourselves an injustice.”

“It is important for consumers to remember, regardless of age, that though we most definitely eat for pleasure and enjoyment, our number one goal when eating is to nourish our bodies, Gregg said. “If we only eat foods that have had the health providing components such as vitamins, minerals and fiber removed, we are doing ourselves an injustice.”

Ramen noodles contain Tertiary-butyl hydroquinone (TBHQ), which is a byproduct of the petroleum industry and food additive frequently to preserve cheap processed foods. It is one of those chemicals that is neither digestible or beneficial in any way for your body. A gastrointestinal specialist conducted an experiment with a time lapse video inside the stomach, comparing both fresh and preserved ramen noodles. After two hours of digestion, the results were staggering:

 

 

 

Source: naturalmedicinebox.net
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