One regular biscuit, not a diet biscuit, contains 73 calories, 2.6 grams of simple sugars, considerable 3.2 grams of fat and high sodium content gives you about 150 calories!
If you are a Marie biscuit fan, you must know that here are 150 calories in 6 biscuits serving of Marie Biscuits.
If you are conscious enough to have only oats biscuits, because you want the healthiest for you, this piece of information is for you. 3 pieces of the regular oats biscuits have about 120 calories, 5g fat, 3g fiber, and nearly 2g protein.
And here is the information I have gathered about your favourite biscuits:
Points to consider when you are on a weight loss diet:
If you are on a weight loss regimen, I strongly advise you to replace these biscuits, even the diet ones with any source of protein like egg whites, unsalted nuts, tofu or paneer.
This is not to be ignored that the diet foods are low calorie or low fat but can’t be NO CALORIE. Still, if you want to have the diet biscuits, the best way is ‘REPLACEMENT not SUPPLEMENTATION’.
Try to ascertain the daily calorie requirement and then decide if you can really afford to have additional diet biscuits. Read the nutritional label of biscuit very carefully and if it says that the biscuit is low fat, you must know that low fat means at least 3g of fat is still present in 100g and mainly the calories come from carbs which can be disastrous for your weight loss. Now, you have to decide whether your can afford these many calories as your favourite tea partners or will have to replace these with unsalted nuts or other protein foods.