Chocolate cream biscuits a big no

Read attached parents and grandparents, dont give chocolate cream
Biscuit to your child.

Except a couple of brands, most brands including britannia, oreo, patanjali chocolate cream biscuits are extremely unhealthy.

I see many middle class parents feed their children with this, perhaps because they as a child never got such things more  

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I respect least for such studies. Few years we were told by westerners that ghee is very bad. The question what is actually used for preparing the cream. If it is less fatty, does not mean it is very good. Most likely they have used artificial fat substitutes, which are extremely bad and have least food value. Chocolate is good if consumed with minimum sugar and fat. more  
Chocolate is healthy in tender age. The in take of coco products help maintain blood vessels in the old age, minimise vessel blocking.
Suggest allow consumption in youngsters with maintenance of teeth and mouth. 2 times brushing and salt googling are must each day.
Don't heed to wrong propaganda.
Important let children play and do physical exercise regularly.
There is a saying an evening play for children makes body and mind fresh. more  
This is true for ALL Cream biscuits ... not only Chocolate Cream .... more  
Quite a debatable point, this one.
The contents of the Table are vulnerable without support-data on "how and why"...
Also, singling out behaviour of "middle class parents" may be taken by some as "offensive".....

Allow me to add this:

After the medical fraternity declared cholesterol/fats as not being cause for cardiac problems (overnight eggs, coffee, meats etc. were declared harmless ??????), SUGAR has now been declared as "baddie" by the same fraternity. Don't you see a "plan" behind this ?

This kind of "brainwashing" has led more than many "young parents" to keep their kids away from sweet products......chocolates, toffees, cakes/pastries, puddings, ice creams, cookies, halwa, kheer, sherbets, sweet sodas etc. etc.

However, in our own family circle, which is not too small, we have seen the "same" parents ultimately giving in to their children's natural "sweet tooth" affinity. They realise, that children do need sugar for a natural growth.

So, dears, rather than turning a blind eye to tactics of the "pharmaceutical/medical fraternity", we do need to ask our own "inside" before we make public statements........

Please for members to consider....... more  
if cream biscuits are unhealthy, can you or some one else also post the reasons or real cause, as to what it contains, so as to reach the public. FASSAI may initiate action over the years to come, but, it is imperative for the circle members, if aware of the exact causes, they should post it in this platform. more  
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