Why are Pot Noodles so bad for you?

Why are Pot Noodles so bad for you?

High intake of salt can cause high blood pressure – a major risk factor for coronary heart disease and stroke. Pot Noodle is also high in fat. That means that nearly 33 per cent of its calories come from fat. A low fat diet typically derives around 20 per cent of its calories from fat.

How do you make curry pot noodles better?

Here are some of ways to make your noodles a little more interesting:

  1. Add veg. At uni I tried to add veg to my noodles as much as possible.
  2. Add an egg. There are 3 ways of doing this.
  3. Add meat / fish / other protein.
  4. Stir in some sauce.

What is curry Pot Noodle?

Noodle mix (96%): Dried noodles (64%) [WHEAT flour (contains calcium carbonate, iron, niacin, thiamin), palm oil, salt, firming agents (potassium carbonate, sodium carbonates)], maltodextrin, WHEAT flour, sugar, glucose syrup, carrots†, peas†, acidity regulator (sodium acetates), onion powder†, palm fat, flavour …

Is The curry Pot Noodle good?

Great tasting pot noodle. This is definitely up there with one of my favourite flavours. Easy to make, and ideal as a quick snack.

What do you put in Curry Pot Noodle?

Handful of frozen vegetables (like kale, carrots, broccoli, sugar snap peas) Half a chicken stock cube. Sriracha sauce. Soy sauce.

How many calories are in Pot Noodle Curry?

442 Calories

Fat 16.5 g
Carbs 64.1 g
Fibre 3.7 g
Protein 8.5 g

How many calories in Koka noodles curry?

387 calories
There are 387 calories in 1 packet (85 g) of Koka Curry Noodles.

Are Koka noodles healthier?

Look for instant noodles with the Healthier Choice Symbol, like the packet of Koka Purple Wheat Noodles. Made from purple wheat and purple corn, these noodles are packed with antioxidants such as anthocyanins. They are steam-baked, thus lower in fat.