AUG 25, 2014 10:09 AM PDT

Ramen Health Risks: The Dark Side of the Noodle

WRITTEN BY: Judy O'Rourke


Boil water. Toss in ramen. Eat.

But eater beware: the occasional bite may save you time, yet a steady diet of this high-sodium fast food has been linked with chronic disease.

A recent study by the Baylor Heart and Vascular Hospital, Dallas, has found excessive consumption of ramen is linked with increased risks of diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.

[Souce: AP]

 
About the Author
  • Judy O'Rourke worked as a newspaper reporter before becoming chief editor of Clinical Lab Products magazine. As a freelance writer today, she is interested in finding the story behind the latest developments in medicine and science, and in learning what lies ahead.
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