You may have heard of the korean noodle, or “soy sauce,” but it may not be something you think about.
In fact, it’s actually not that common in the U.S. And, according to the National Institute of Health, there’s not much science to back it up.
In a recent article for the journal Nutrition Science and Practice, researchers from Harvard Medical School, Johns Hopkins University and University of Utah examined how well the Korean noodles and soy sauce actually work in the body and found that it was likely due to a combination of factors.
For starters, the study found that the soy sauce was not a major factor in causing weight gain, while the noodles themselves had a small effect.
In addition, it turns out that people who ate more protein had less of an effect on their weight, as well as the amount of fat they absorbed.
But, while eating the kong-style noodles might help you lose weight, it might not be the healthiest choice for your body if you are worried about the amount and type of fat you’re absorbing from the dish.
“If you are concerned about eating too much protein, the Korean noodle might be a great choice,” said the study’s lead author, James L. Peebles, M.D., an assistant professor of medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.
“But, in my experience, that’s not necessarily true.
I don’t think you should be worrying about this.
It’s a lot of misinformation.”
In addition to the protein content of the noodles, they also contain a number of other healthful ingredients that are known to help the body fight inflammation, including probiotics, flavonoids, vitamins and minerals.
So, while you can make your own kong noodles from scratch at home, it can be tough to get the best possible result.
Here are some of the health benefits of the Korean food, according a 2015 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association:It’s not a healthy choice for weight lossIf you’re worried about gaining weight, try to cut down on your intake of protein, which is why the health claims about the Korean dish have been so hard to prove.
But the study, Peeples and colleagues found, the noodles were effective in keeping you in a healthy weight range.
They also found that there was no significant difference in weight loss after just a few weeks of eating the Korean style noodles.
And there was little evidence that eating the dish at all was harmful, which suggests that it might be safe to eat.
In short, the researchers said, you might be better off just sticking to the traditional Korean style of noodles and eating your regular foods.
In addition, the scientists said that the health of the noodle itself isn’t very important.
It only counts as a component of the “so-called normal diet,” meaning the foods you eat every day.
This includes fruits and vegetables, whole grains and legumes, nuts, seeds, fish and poultry, and red meat.
“People generally don’t go overboard on protein,” said Peeles, “and so the protein you do consume is very important.”
And, of course, if you do want to add some kong flavor to your noodles, you can do so at home.
“There’s no way you can substitute kong for soy sauce in terms of protein and calories,” said Lacey J. Smith, a professor of nutrition and food science at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
“So it’s best to go with soy sauce.”
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