Scientists Reveal Ramen Noodles Cause Heart Disease, Stroke & Metabolic Syndrome

1 Oct 2017Viral News
We are sure that after reading this, you will stop feeding your kids with Ramen noodles. If you want to know why, just read the whole article!

People that enjoy eating noodles are the ones that will never accept the fact that these noodles are very bad for the health. In fact, noodles are linked to the risk of getting metabolic changes that are linked to heart diseases and strokes.

The TBHQ (Tertiary-butyl hydroquinone) is often found in cheap processes foods, such as noodles. The TBHQ is by-product used in food and petroleum industries.

This chemical is neither digestible nor beneficial for your body in any way. A research was conducted by Journal of Nutrition which concluded that after consuming the Tertiary-butyl hydroquinone chemical for a longer period of time, like the woman in South Korea, the metabolic syndrome is likely to occur, which cannot be cured, exercising and eating healthy, even changing the diet, will not change anything.

People with metabolic syndrome generally have increased risk of getting heart diseases, high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke and high levels of sugar in their blood.

A doctoral candidate from Bostons Harvard School of Public Health, Hyun Shin, said that even though noodles are very delicious their high sodium amounts, their glycemic loads and unhealthy saturated fats are very bad for our overall health. This health based research involved 11,000 South Korean people aged between 19 and 64. He asked them how many times a week they have been consuming noodles and told them to list the things they have been eating recently.

The number one country in which noodles are mostly consumed per-capita is South Korea. According to World Instant Noodles Association, United States are at number 6 on this list. USA is just behind Japan, Vietnam, India and China on this list.

Here are some other TBHQ food products:

      • Microwave popcorn
      • Wrigleys gum
      • Teddy Grahams
      • McDonalds chicken nuggets and french fries
      • Keebler Cookies
      • CHEEZ-IT Crackers made by Kelloggs
      • Many Kelloggs products
      • Wheat Thins
      • Little Debbies nutty bars and some M&M products
      • Taco bell beans and some taco shells
      • KFC beans and fried chicken
      • Red Barron frozen pizza
      • Crisco oil
      • Some forms of soymilk
      • Keebler Club crackers
      • Nestle Crunch
      • Some pet foods
      • Some hair dyes lipsticks and eyeshadows
      • Homestyle Peanut butter cookies
      • Kelloggs Pop-Tarts
      • Different breads cereals and crackers could contain TBHQ
      • Butterfinger chocolate and Reeses Peanut butter cups
      • Little Debbie
      • Many baby products and cosmetic products

The list is so long because there are way too many TBHQ products worldwide. The biggest problem is that when it comes to whether the food is safe for consumption or not, our regulatory agencies do not act responsibly. Most of the people, know that processed foods are very bad for the overall health because who knows how many chemicals are used in that kind of food.

A time lapse video inside the stomach was made by a gastrointestinal specialist. He compared both fresh ramen noodles and the preserved ones. Just two hours after consumption, the results came out. They were mind blowing! So, remember to watch the video below, before you eat your next bowl of processed noodles.

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