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Batchelors Super Noodles Chicken Flavour Instant Pots 16 X 75g

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Consuming too much saturated fat can raise your cholesterol and increase your risk of heart disease. However, if you decide to eat noodle pots, we suggest opting for either the Itsu Katsu Noodle Cup with 0.9g fat, or the ASDA Free From Singapore Curry Rice Noodle Pot with 1.5g fat per portion. Salt in pot noodles They also contain maltodextrin, which is a carbohydrate and a sweetener with no nutritional value, adding to the empty calories you’ll consume. Healthy alternatives to pot noodles Noodles (wheat or rice): The dehydrated noodles are mainly produced from wheat, although some noodle pots—such as the Itsu and ASDA brands—use a rice noodle.

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NO MSG) Rice Noodles (63%): Rice (85%), Modified Tapioca Starch, Sugar, Salt, Stabiliser: Guar Gum, Broth Paste (36%): Soybean Paste (Water, Soya Beans, Rice, Salt), Sugar, Seasoned Bonito Extract (Bonito Extract [Fish] Water, Tamari Soy Sauce (Soya Beans, Salt, Alcohol), Rice Bran Oil, Alcohol, Yeast Extract Powder, Curry Powder (contains Mustard), Spice Mix, Salt, Paprika Powder, Garlic Powder, Ginger Powder, Coriander, Dried Vegetable Sachet: Spring Onion Main Promotion: On each Friday following a Promotion Week, 100 winners will be selected at random for each available Prize, by an independent adjudicator from all valid entries received in the previous Promotion Week. There will be 13 weekly draws (1 per Promotion Week, 100 Prizes per draw). Entrants who have a non-winning entry in the Main Promotion will have the option to opt-in to enter the Wrap Up Draw. Noodle mix (96%): Dried noodles (65%) [WHEAT flour (contains calcium carbonate, iron, niacin, thiamin), palm oil, salt, firming agents (potassium carbonate, sodium carbonates)], maltodextrin, WHEAT flour, curry (coriander, cumin, turmeric, pepper, aniseed, cinnamon, fennel seed, ginger, lovage root, cayenne pepper, allspice), yeast extract, garlic†, sweetcorn, peas†, sugar, salt, onion powder†, palm fat, BARLEY malt extract, potato starch, soy sauce (SOYBEANS, WHEAT), flavourings, acid (citric acid), paprika†. Sauce Sachet (4%): Chilli sauce (water, spirit vinegar, modified corn starch, salt, cumin, cayenne pepper, flavourings). †From sustainable agriculture May contain milk, egg, celery and mustard Despite a high-calorie count, pot noodles are not very filling, so if you are trying to lose weight, they are not a healthy choice as you’ll soon feel hungry again after eating one. Consuming too much salt can cause high blood pressure, which may increase your risk of heart disease or stroke. The producers of Pot Noodle reduced the amount of salt in their products by 50% in 2007, but even with the reduction, the salt levels are still high.But are pot noodles considered a healthy meal? We’ve investigated the different types of instant noodle to discover if they are good or bad for you. What ingredients are in Pot Noodles? Flavour enhancers: Pot noodles are flavoured with a variety of herbs such as chive, sage, cumin and cayenne pepper. Some also contain monosodium glutamate (MSG) which could prove harmful in large quantities. While further studies are needed, MSG has been linked to obesity. Some varieties contain fewer calories (these are generally the ones that list rice noodles as the main ingredient) such as the Itsu Katsu Noodle Cup and the ASDA Free From Singapore Curry Rice Noodle Pot.

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Noodle pots contain very little fibre. The recommended daily fibre intake for adults is 30g per day, but most adults do not consume enough fibre (the daily average intake for a UK adult is just 17.2g for women and 20.1g for men). A diet that is low in fibre is linked to constipation and certain types of diseases including bowel cancer. Vitamins and minerals As with any food where you ‘just add hot water,’ the nutritional values can be easily manipulated. In this type of product, the key numbers are not the per 100g figures but the ‘per pot’ rehydrated figures which give you a true picture of what you are consuming.Here is a detailed breakdown of the nutritional values of noodle pots per 100g. Remember to keep in mind that the per pot values are much higher: BRAND/SUPERMARKET Salt: The UK Government recommends adults should consume no more than 6g salt per day. Depending on the brand, instant noodles contain an average of 1.99g of salt per pot, which is a third of the recommended daily RDI for salt. Palm oil: This is often used as an ingredient in processed foods. It is high in saturated fats but does include monosaturated fats as well. Due to the way palm oil is harvested, it has also been negatively linked to environmental concerns.

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