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Yes, you can eat biscuits, but you must look at the ingredients and control your intake, especially if shop-bought. Eating too many biscuits can lead to weight gain and high blood sugar, affecting baby's development.
You can eat biscuits, but in moderation. The main ingredients in biscuits are carbohydrates and fats that prove energy but are fattening. Plus, biscuits are also sugar-rich that can cause disbetes and hinder nutrient absorption.
Breastfeeding mothers can eat biscuits, but in limited quantity. The main ingredients in biscuits are extremely fattening and unhealthy. If you want to eat biscuits, choose homemade biscuits with healthy ingredients.
The only biscuits your baby can eat after he/she turns 6 months old are those specially made for babies. They generally have very low sugar and fat and are made with healthy ingredients. Always check the nutrient list before purchasing.