Is Maggi fattening? Is Maggi bad for weight loss?
Regularly eating Maggi can contribute to fattening as its a processed food. Maggi is bad to your weight loss and also detrimental to your health if you consume too regularly. For that matter eating any processed food amounts to gaining calories and also the harmful effects of food additives on your body. Maggi gives approximately 407 calories for every 100 grams consumed. Maggi has very low protein and fiber content and hence not beneficial to weight loss regimens.
Always note: Any product above 8 grams of fat for every 100 grams is a fattening product
and also note fat is not bad for health. Our body needs some amount of fat everyday (based on weight).
For 100 grams which is a bit more than a small Maggi packet (85 grams), there are 427 calories. So if you eat one portion of Maggi then you are eating about 299 calories and 11 grams of fat. Any product above 8 grams of fat for every 100 grams is a fattening product and this includes these favorite noodles.
if you are in weight loss program you need to avoid high sodium and sugar intake foods like Maggi.
How is Maggi Making FAT?
As stated above Maggi ( if you eat more large quantities) has high levels of sugar and sodium. High consumption of sodium increases the water storage in the human body and because of this increases your body weight. On the other hand the sugar(glucose levels) increases your fat storage in the body.