Our expert says:
Any food that contains more than 950 kJ per 100 g is classed as High in Energy - according to the product label, Tuc biscuits contain 2055 kJ per 100g and should not be used in a weightloss diet. In addition, any food that contains 22g of fat per 100g, is regarded as High in Fat and should not be used in a weightloss diet. Cream crackers contain 1857 kJ and 16.3 g of fat per 100g according to the SA Food Tables and are also not ideal for weightloss diets. I would recommend that you rather use Provita which have a low glycaemic index (GI) and a scraping of Marmite or a bit of fat-free cottage cheese instead of the high-fat, high-energy, high-salt crackers that are available in the market.
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