Up to this point, instant noodles (or instant noodles) are a dish that has never been "hot" in Vietnam and in the world. This dish has too many advantages such as convenience, delicious and cheap price, each of which is not fat. Many people even argue that instant noodles have a lot of toxic risks, easy to pick up on people and should minimize. But is this concept really right? Let Mr. Japanese Mr. Momofuku Ando – who has 60 years of experience eating instant noodles except for the meal give an answer.
Momofuku Ando – the golden name in the pasta village
His grandfather was no stranger but the "father" of instant noodles, and the founder of the famous Nissin noodle. He was also the one who thought of the legendary cup noodles. At 48, Mr. Ando succeeded in creating instant noodles for long-term preservation without being broken. Since then, he and instant noodles have become good friends early in the evening, each day has to make a package.
Instant chicken noodle soup – the first product of Nissin firm
Being able to eat the noodle is "grown by the house" so he can eat comfortably without fear of pain, there are enough different flavors to choose to support boredom. Just like that, Mr. Ando ate more, ate until he died in 2007. His roughness was 97 years old, even though he had been eating instant noodles for 60 years.
A bowl of noodles every day
Living nearly 100 years old
Still know Japanese people who live long, good Japanese capital but instant noodles are the same everywhere, also additives, salt sauce, grease. Yet Mr. Ando is still nearly a hundred years old, proving that instant noodles are not as toxic as many people think. It is important that the frequency of eating should not be too frequent. Mr. Ando is right to eat noodles except for the real meal but only one meal a day. The remaining two meals are still vegetables. Not to mention if adding eggs, meat, vegetables to the bowl of noodles is also not afraid of imbalance nutrition.
In addition, Japanese noodles are a little less salted and oily than most in other countries, so don't rush to follow the procession.