Eat too much instant noodles can lead to diabetes

Instant noodles are one of the favorite foods of most people, even foreigners like to eat Instant noodles. Besides being easy to make, Instant Noodles are also delicious and filling.

Indeed, there is nothing wrong with consuming Instant Noodles on the market, but it should be noted, consuming large amounts of it can actually have a negative impact on health.

It is true that Instant Noodles on the market have received security guarantees from the BPOM (Food and Drug Supervisory Agency). However, please note that the content contained in Instant Noodles is indeed less healthy if consumed in excess.

Maybe you have previously heard that instant noodles have high enough carbohydrate levels so that if they are consumed in excess, they will make blood sugar levels rise quickly.

In other words, consuming instant noodles in excess has the potential for obesity to diabetes.

Not to mention, given the fact that many nutrients are not contained in these foods such as protein, fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B12, calcium, magnesium, and potassium. This news was confirmed by Dr. Endang as a Nutritionist.

“Noodles themselves are actually in the staple food because they contain carbohydrates, but if they are consumed only noodles it means that they are not healthy because the nutrition is incomplete,” said nutritionist Prof. Dr. Endang L Achadi, MPH, Dr.PH to Detikcom.

We also cannot argue with the fact that the spices in Instant Noodles have a high salt content, as well as quite a lot of Monosodium Glutamate (MSG). Well, that content can trigger various diseases including Hypertension and Diabetes.

Several studies have found that eating too many instant noodles is associated with poor overall nutritional quality. In addition, there are several other diseases that can arise due to the habit of eating Instant Noodles such as Metabolic Syndrome, Heart and Stroke.

Yes, in essence, Instant Noodles and other delicious foods can be consumed if in reasonable amounts. Any food, even water, if consumed in excess can also have a bad impact on health.

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