Did Ramen Noodles—Gasp!—Just Become Healthy?

Ramen isn't going to be the next superfood, but it's a little better than before.

Ramen!

Ramen noodles: the mainstay of broke students, bad cooks, and the working poor everywhere. Designed to have a long shelf-life, the high salt content of these noodles is well known, with a single brick of the noodles having more than half of the FDA-recommended daily sodium intake. Such a high salt content is a common thing among processed foods, and has been an element of the noodles since they were introduced in the seventies.

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