If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to make ramen for lunch or dinner, the best option is probably a ramen joint, according to new research.
Ramen can have health benefits and can be healthy for people who aren’t vegetarian or vegan, according a study by a company called Kikkoman.
Kikkom said that there are a variety of ramen shops that are vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free.
The company said that its study looked at a variety people, ranging from young people to people over 65 years old.
The company said the study included about 1,000 people and that they were mostly between the ages of 18 and 40.
Kaminoman said that it looked at the health benefits of a variety types of ramens and that it found that the most popular type was the karaage, which is a ramenchou ramen made with black beans, seaweed, soy sauce, mirin and vinegar.
It’s a lot like a regular ramen, but instead of noodles, it’s filled with meat and a spicy soy sauce sauce sauce.
Kikkoman said the company has been doing this kind of study for about a year.
It found that people who were more likely to eat ramen were younger, more overweight and were more than twice as likely to have diabetes than those who were not eating ramen.
Kampan said that these people are more likely than those not eating the type of ramden that it studied to develop certain diseases.
This study suggests that ramen could be good at helping people who are not already at high risk for developing certain types of diseases, like obesity, heart disease and diabetes.
The study said that people eating the kamchi, or white noodle soup, were more satisfied with their health and less likely to experience a lot of chronic illness.
It also found that those who ate kampan had less diabetes and more weight loss.
The Kampon company said this study does not prove that ramens cause diabetes or heart disease.
But, it does suggest that people may eat a healthier ramen if they eat it in moderation.
Kampan is a subsidiary of Kikkomon Inc. in the United States.
Kampsen did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment.