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Parle Actifit Cream cracker Sugarless

Healthy-Light Biscuits

  • 112
  • 24 gm(3-4 nos)
  • 2.1 km
Nutrients Good & Bad for you

Products in ‘Healthy-Light Biscuits’ category range from 1.5 - 3

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  • Low in Sugar
    Carbohydrate is a energy giving nutrient present in significant percentage in most of the food especially packaged ones. Energy from Carbohydrate is mainly due to Starch and Sugar . In fact the ideal ratio for energy giving nutrients in food suggests that carbohydrates should give about 65% of total energy available in the food. Lots of packaged foods get more than 4%-5% of their energy from sugar unless it uses sugar substitutes. Products like this one, which have low sugar not using sugar substitutes are in a minority and are preferable to the ones with higher sugar.
  • Food Sensitivity Alert - Yeast
    Yeasts, a form of fungi, are of many kinds some of which are used in the food industry in baking process and to make beer, cheese, whiskey and wine.

    Yeast is used in one of the following forms in the food industry: Active Yeast, Yeast Extract, Torula Yeast, Autolyzed Yeast, Yeast Nutrient, Yeast Food. People allergic to Yeast should avoid this product.

    All the forms besides Active Yeast are similar to MSG i.e. they contain free glutamate. People, allergic to MSG are also sometimes sensitive to some variants of Yeast and hence consume this product considering your food sensitivity.
  • Know your Food- Sugar and its Aliases
    Some Food Products mask the amount of Added Sugar by using multiple forms of sugar and avoid displaying Sugar as one of the first ingredient. All Ingredient list are in descending order by their weight, so the position of sugar and its aliases can give an indication of the amount of 'Added Sugar'.

    Though the Nutrition Fact label on the food product gives you the Total Sugar, the regulation does not require the break up between natural and added sugar to be given. Thus, it is important to know the different sources of sugar that may be present in a food product to get an idea of added sugar. 

    At the same time it is important to understand that the body does not distinguish between natural and added sugar, so take note of the Total Sugar in the Nutritional Fact label.

    Read more about the many different sources of sugar which includes Dextrose, Invert Syrup, Maltodextrin, Honey...
  • Low in Sugar does not mean Low in CaloriesGeneral belief is that a product labeled as "Sugar Free" or "Low in Sugar" or "No Added Sugar" can be consumed without care as it will not add kilos. Often Products that claim to be low in sugar may have significant Fat or Carbohydrate Content, thereby giving you the same amount of Calories as the original variant of the product. Read the Calories, Fat and Carbohydrate Content in the nutrition label of the product and consume accordingly.
  • High in Saturated Fat
    Saturated Fats are often termed as the Bad Fat as excess consumption of these can lead to increase in the production of high cholesterol, atherosclerosis (thickening of artery walls) and strokes. 

    On the other hand, there are  recent reports that Saturated Fats may not be all bad. 
    Saturated Fats is not only synthesised by the body as part of metabolism  but also makes it way in your diet through various raw ingredients

    Thus, you should limit eating food with added Saturated Fat.

Disclaimer:Product Analysis is based on general practices in the field of Nutrition. Please check with or consult a qualified and licensed medical professional for its suitability to you.