In our country where most of the people can’t afford to buy expensive meals for their lunch and dinner, eating noodles is like a part of our daily food. It’s good taste and warm soup that can ease starving stomach is like heaven for many of us. But what after watching this video on the viral truth about noodle digestion inside a human’s stomach, I think many of us will rethink on opening a new pack of our everyday favorite.
This said video that has gone viral online and it is currently being a major trend topic in the world this week.
As been mentioned in this video, chemically preserved for a long shelf life, and easy on the budget at four packages for $1, packaged Ramen Noodles are a staple in many homes. But until now, no one's ever gotten a look at what happens to them inside the stomach.
After Massachusetts General Hospital found a couple of test subjects willing to swallow the processed meal along with a tiny video camera, we can now see what happens to the noodles as they digest. The smart pill camera, roughly the size of a large multivitamin, has given researchers an unprecedented 32 hours of video from the stomach to the small intestine.
It is also mentioned that for comparison, the study subjects also ate fresh, homemade ramen noodles -- on a different day. When viewed side by side, the results were significantly different.
"The most striking thing about our experiment was when you looked at a time interval, say one or two hours, we noticed the processed Ramen Noodles were less broken down than the homemade," said Kuo.
"I realize that the video is out there and it’s provocative," Kuo said, but added this study is too small to be conclusive about anything. He and his team are planning more research studies.
"It’s still not really clear the impact it has on the GI tract," said Kuo. "Many things are good in moderation. I think processed foods still need to be investigated further."
Inside stomach Ramen Noodle digestion goes viral
Posted by David Wolfe on Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Lastly, it is clearly stated in the video that this experiment is a small one and processed foods are need to be investigated more to prove the truth behind it.
What are your ideas about this? Do you like noodles for dinner?
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