Noodles are a Chinese cuisine which involves strings of fine flour that has been processed and dried before it is available for use. There are different types of noodles made from various raw materials like wheat, rice and corn. Different types of noodles have different nutrition value. Noodles are certainly not very healthy but they are really tasty and people like to have them on daily basis. The pan fried noodles are slightly more in fat content than the normal noodles.
The noodles have about 2000 kcal which is about 49% of the daily intake of calories required for proper functioning of body of a normal human being. The noodles contain 986 kcal of them which is a high calorie content. The average fat required by the human body is about 65 grams and a dishful of noodles provide 44 grams of those which is about 67% of the total fats.
The Trans fats content is not determined but it has sodium in it which ranges to about 400mg with a little cholesterol of about 300mg. The total carbohydrate content is 114g which is about 38% of the required amount which is of 300g.
The human body is a complex machine and it requires dietary fibre in the food which is consumed. This is because the fibre in the food helps in proper digestion and also reduces the body cholesterol. Noodles have about 25g of fibre when served in a medium sized serving dish.
Protein content in noodles amount to 30 grams which is about 60% percent of the total percentage of protein required. The required amount for the protein in human body is 50 grams per day. Protein helps in building muscles and hence it is required on daily basis.
It also contains different vitamins like A and C but in a very small amount. Noodles also contain calcium which is about 100mg.