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A study published in The Journal of Nutrition examined a possible link between consuming ramen and heart attacks and strokes in Japan. Researchers discovered that a higher intake of ramen showed a potentially higher risk of having a heart health scare.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork believes this may be due to the sodium content in ramen, which can lead to high blood pressure.
The Doctors note this study a great reminder to always keep track of how much sodium you are consuming throughout the day, and say can still eat the noodles, but remember that moderation -- like always -- is important.
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