As a student, I can definitely say that you can eat at least 2 times a week, 2 packs at a time and stay absolutely healthy (we regularly go through all kinds of medical commissions).
No matter how much I try to avoid regular The use of this delicacy is still taken by surprise by such moments when, involuntarily, being in a cozy dorm, you vigorously jump from the bed, throw your dull notes to hell, click on the teapot switch with your little finger, like an aristocrat and brew an appetizing whippack.
In principle, as much as you like - I think among your friends or acquaintances there are those who eat exclusively "unhealthy" food. Let's figure it out. Here is the composition, for example, Doshirak - Noodles: premium wheat flour, palm oil, modified starch, salt, dried onions, dried kelp (powder), gluten, thickening emulsifier (soybean oil, lecithins, sorbitol), Beta dye carotene ", complex food additive" Premix "(guar gum, riboflavin, sodium carbonate, sodium polyphosphate), seasoning extract. Seasoning broth: salt, flavor enhancer (monosodium glutamate), flavor identical to natural, maltodextrin, garlic powder, black pepper, onion powder. Ginger. Dried vegetable seasoning: soy texturate, onions, carrots, dried seaweed (flakes)
This composition is from the official site. Here is BJU Doshirak -
Proteins 7.71 g 11%
Fats 17.14 g 23%
Carbohydrates 57.14 g 21%
Calories 413.71 kcal
In total, we have a very high percentage of carbohydrates (and simple ones) and fats, with a fairly low protein, which is not good. It's difficult to say unequivocally what is the optimal dose of protein for the body. to function normally, but according to the norms of a healthy diet, protein should not fall below 0.8 grams per kg of body weight, that is, if you weigh, for example, 100 kg, then you must consume at least 80 grams of protein per day. Calculate yourself. However, I would recommend increasing the protein to 1-1.5 grams per kg of weight, because protein supports our muscles and is a kind of "building block" in the construction of the body (and as we remember, our body is constantly renewing itself).
Yes, you can eat Doshirak alone as much as you want, but at the same time you have a risk of getting diabetes (a lot of carbohydrates), excess weight (high calorie content) and muscle wasting (the body will "eat" your muscles to function properly).
However, there is one ambiguous conclusion from her own life - my wife eats mainly carbohydrates all her life (cereals, pasta, even bp noodles, almost does not eat meat and other protein), but at the same time her weight and figure is normal, she at one time, engaged in biathlon, managed to build large and strong muscles of the lower extremities and all this with low protein.
But in any case, I would not recommend such nutrition, since in our era gastritis is very common (if you are not afraid of obesity or diabetes), which BP products can easily provoke. So everything needs a measure.