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Healthy Ramen Noodles 19 recipes

Not all Japanese food is nutritious—an obvious example being ramen noodles. One bowl could range from 600-1000 calories, and the salty soup broth adds up as well. If you're watching your weight, ramen would definitely count as a vice to stay away from. However, people have been taking advantage of an ingenious ramen loophole by replacing konnakyu or cellophane noodles, making it relatively healthier. Try not to chug down the all of the soup, though, since it's still sodium-rich!