Fortified Noodles :
Although noodles lack many nutrients, some of them are fortified with many of those elements, such as iron, manganese, folate, and B vitamins dissolved in water. A 2011 study compared 6,440 noodles consumers and non-consumers of them, and found that those who consumed them got more 31% more than thiamine, which is vitamin B1, and 16% more than riboflavin, which is vitamin B2
Ways to make noodles healthier :
A person can reduce the risks associated with eating noodles by making them less dangerous by following the following methods:
- Choose types of noodles that contain less sodium and fat, and are made from whole grains, making them richer in fiber that promotes the feeling of satiety.
- A person can reduce the amount of sodium they consume, by adding half the spice envelope that comes with the package, or less than half, and he can make his own mixture with less salt.
- You can get rid of a large amount of salt and fat, by getting rid of the extra fluids (i.e. the water in which the noodles were boiled).
- You can make noodles healthier by adding foods rich in nutrients to them, such as boiled eggs, cooked chicken, and vegetables such as spinach and broccoli, mushrooms, beans, carrots, peas, capsicum, and cabbage.
- Noodles can be part of a healthy diet that does not cause weight gain, if a person consumes small amounts of them and in moderation, as only one portion of a package that contains two servings can be eaten as part of a healthy integrated meal that contains vegetables, fruits, and proteins so that Noodles are not an essential part of the diet.