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Are Maifun noodles unhealthy?
I love maifun noodles but with them being full of carbs I am starting to worry about the health side of eating them. I have been eating them 2 or 3 times a day with veggies mixed in for the last few days. Are they healthy to eat so much of?
they don't have much food value .. empty calories. rate those at a c-
They are fine if you are monitoring the amount you are eating. It's simple if you are eating too much you'll gain weight, if you maintain weight then go ahead and eat them. Carbohydrates are not "bad" so go ahead and enjoy them.
I'll preface my answer by saying that I'm not a health expert of any sort. That being said, I don't believe that mai fun noodles themselves are unhealthy. As far as I know the noodles are simply rice based noodles that are relatively low in fat. If you're not overdoing it on the portion size, they can certainly be a part of a healthy diet even if you're eating them several times a day. You also mentioned combining them with other ingredients like the veggies which sounds like a good strategy for keeping the noodle portion on the smaller side. I'd also suggest adding a source of protein to the meal as I believe that protein helps to keep your appetite in check for a longer period once the meal is finished. Most mai fun noodles are also gluten free although some unorthodox producers add other non rice starches to them so people following a gluten free diet are advised to check the ingredients to make sure they are gluten free.
Thanks for the answers. They are very hard to eat too much of. Very filling and I add in eggs for protein with the veggies to make a stirfry. Thing is I haven't been eating any other meals, just some fruit for snacks in between. No weight gain so far. I bought several packs not realizing how much one pack made. So now I'm trying to use them up. Thanks again for the answers.
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