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Warning: Spicy Chicken Ramen Sends Woman to Hospital in Agony

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Korea’s Buldak (Hot Spicy Chicken) Ramen Noodles have recently gained tremendous popularity in the United States. Amid this craze, a woman who claims that eating these noodles caused her to develop kidney stones has emerged and sparked a buzz.

On the 29th, the Daily Mail mentioned a video by TikTocker Lucy Mourad, who lives in Washington State, USA, stating, “This popular spicy ramen could potentially cause kidney disease.”

The video, titled “RIP to Buldak, I’ll miss you but my kidneys won’t,” posted by Mourad on the 14th of last month, gained 17.8 million views and became a topic of discussion. She explained that she was admitted to the emergency room after experiencing severe spasms and symptoms of hematuria with tremendous abdominal pain due to the formation of kidney stones.

Mourad pointed out the Buldak Ramen Noodles as the cause of her kidney stones, stating she had eaten one packet of these noodles every week for six months before her hospital admission. She also mentioned making tteokbokki (stir-fried rice cake) with the Buldak Hot Spicy Liquid sauce she bought from a nearby Asian market. The sodium content per serving of Buldak Ramen Noodles is 1280mg, half of the daily sodium intake recommended by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

Netizens who saw the video responded with comments like “I’m going to live as if I didn’t see this video” and “I’ll keep eating it until I end up in the emergency room too.”

Daniel Kim
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