Calories in biscuits come from basic ingredients such as refined flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, and butter or oil used in the cooking process.
But, additional calories may come from additives such as flavors and preservatives used.
Nutrients especially commercially made biscuits, may include a higher amount of carbohydrates, some fats and proteins, sodium and sugar.
However, most commercially contain little to no dietary fiber.
Nutritional details of biscuits also include ‘hydrogenated oil’ or hardened vegetable oil.
Hydrogenated oil and saturated fats prevalent in many store may cause ill health.
Moreover, they can further contribute to obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and so on.
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