What are the dangers for toddlers?

Suara.com – Instant noodles are not recommended for toddlers. Therefore, when she found out that her youngest son Rayyanza Malik Ahmad had tasted the dish, Nagita Slavina strictly forbade it.

This can be seen in the video clip uploaded by the TikTok account @rayyanzatv. In the video, Rayyanza, who is familiarly called Cipung, is seen asking for the instant noodle dish that his older brother Rafathar is enjoying.

Even though the woman in the video has forbidden it, Rafathar is heard wanting to feed his younger sibling the instant noodles. Finally, Rayyanza Cipung was seen tasting a piece of instant noodle cooked with the egg.

“A little love A’,” said the woman in the video.

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“Hmm delicious,” he said again when Rayyanza finally tasted Rafathar’s instant noodles.

Hearing this, Nagita Slavina looked surprised. He asked what his eldest son was eating. When she found out that the dish was instant noodles, Raffi Ahmad’s wife immediately asked why she gave it to Rayyanza.

“Why did you give it?” Asked Gigi, her nickname.

“Same Rafathar,” said the woman who was holding Rayyanza.

Hearing this, Gigi said that Rayyanza was not allowed to eat instant noodles, even if he only tasted them.

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“I can’t eat that sister, ouch. I can’t eat noodles, I can’t eat those noodles,” said the 35-year-old woman.

“That’s all,” answered the woman who was with Rafathar and Rayyanza.

“I’ll ask again later,” Gigi said curtly.

Instant noodles are not recommended for toddlers, even older children. This has several reasons, including the nutritional content in it.

Here’s why instant noodles are not a healthy choice for children Halodoc.

Noodles are Processed Foods

Instant noodles are highly processed foods consisting mostly of refined flour (maida). These foods are devoid of any essential vitamins and minerals and therefore have no nutritional value. So it’s no wonder that many nutritionists call instant noodles empty food.

Contains Trans Fats

The noodles will be steamed and then fried in oil to extend their shelf life. This causes trans fat from the oil to become part of the noodles. As a result, this food causes weight gain in children.

There is a layer of wax in the noodles

The noodles need to look good, and to achieve this they are coated with a layer of wax in the manufacturing process. Candles are particularly dangerous for children as they are known to cause liver damage.

Contains Propylene Glycol

Instant noodles cannot dry out and it needs to retain internal moisture. For this reason, the noodles are added with propylene glycol. Children are at higher risk with this chemical because it can cause long-term damage to the heart, liver, and kidneys because it can accumulate in them.

Contains MSG

MSG, as it is famously abbreviated and reported in the news, is widely used in instant noodles to improve taste. These chemicals are dangerous for both children and adults, because they are thought to affect brain function, but the link is not known with certainty.

Contains Sodium As Preservative

Noodles contain high amounts of salt to be preserved for a long time. Sodium, which is a type of salt that is included in noodle ingredients, is an ingredient that can be dangerous because it can directly affect vital organs. This substance can also cause damage when consumed in excess.

Contains Other Hazardous Chemicals

Apart from the reasons mentioned above, various chemicals such as plasticizers and dioxins are present in the materials used to package noodles. This chemical is carcinogenic and stays in the noodles even though you have cooked it.

One might assume that the amount of consumption is not high or that they are careful when cooking, but certain factors can lead to a higher risk of cancer if one consumes it too often.

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