Health and Wellness : Ramen Noodles May Lead to Chronic Illness

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    Ramen Noodles May Lead to Chronic Illness

    This may not come as a shock to you, but instant noodles have been proven to be terrible for some people.

    We came up with a list of the eight biggest reasons instant noodles can be bad for your health, using data from WebMD and, most importantly, findings from a new study by Baylor University. The study was published in The Journal of Nutrition and shows that consumption of instant noodles significantly ups the risk of a scary condition for certain groups of people. This same condition has been linked to heart disease, diabetes and even a stroke. Read to the end of this article to learn more about that scary reason to limit your ramen consumption.

    And that's not all you should be concerned about -- what follows are a total of eight reasons that ramen noodles may be bad for your health...

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    Ramen Noodles May Lead to Chronic Illness

    Here are the 8 biggest reasons why instant noodles can be bad for you.

    8. Fat

    Mmm...looks good? Well, it contains a lot of fat. One 85 gram package of ramen noodles has 14.5 grams of fat.

    The unhealthy saturated fats make up 6.5 grams, which is about one third of your daily allowance. The remainder of the fats are polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats.