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Rusk Biscuits - Are They Healthy?

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Anyone can give me an opinion in these biscuits? I am trying to give healthy food to my child and he seems to like them but the sugar is quite high.https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/252387000

GSM
a year ago
What do you think of this?
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GSM
Original Poster
a year ago

G0501 I can't believe they sell this for babies as there aren't natural sugars

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G0501
G0501a year ago

GSM oh i didn't look that close, just at sugar content. Wow that's crazy. I guess I'm too trusty as it's meant for kiddies

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RegularComper90
RegularComper90a year ago

A lot of these so called healthy biscuits aren't really all that healthy at all. They may contain more fibre and/or protein than standard biscuits, but still contain a lot of sugar. My best suggestion is to give your child a well balanced diet whilst making sure they get adequate exercise. Good luck. 🙂

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Ann1984
Ann1984a year ago

Love a rusk biscuit I used to break them into bits and put in child’s bedtime bottle. yes Health visitors don’t agree but my child. Found it helped settle though night too

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GSM
GSM
Original Poster
a year ago

SarahBenne67061 thank you will have a look and avoid the others

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MrsCraig
MrsCraiga year ago

I have never given my son rusks, I used to buy the Heinz biscuits for him, but I looked into it and they had the same amount of sugar etc in them as a normal digestive biscuit and a malted milk. I no longer buy him baby biscuits but just get digestive and malted milks, it is much cheaper too.

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a year ago

MrsCraig I will have a look on the digestive ones.

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Username44902
Username44902a year ago

Babys live the high life don't they lol hhahaha

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Username44902
Username44902a year ago

With their mittens and rusks and baby powdered feet and their soapy hair.

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hspexy
hspexya year ago

You’re probably better off making up your own, as anything sold in the supermarkets are laden with extras you don’t want

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