I love biscuits.
I know you may as well.
Starting the day with tea and biscuits is one of the most common rituals in almost every Indian house.
Biscuits are sweet, crunchy, and delicious flour-based baked food products.
But can you eat biscuits in piles? 🤔
Does it do any harm?
In this article, I will explain this to you with scientific evidence.
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Biscuits in Piles: Good or Bad?
Biscuits are bad in piles or hemorrhoids. Even for healthy adults.
When I was a child, I loved biscuits. But now? I avoid them. 😔
Because, biscuits are made from refined flour or maida. And maida is made by processing the healthy whole grain flour.
While processing, the manufacturer stripped almost all fiber, vitamins, and minerals. For this reason, they can be considered as “empty” calories or “white poison”.
For this reason, their glycemic index is very high and foods made from refined flour or maida digested quickly. 
This means they can spike your blood glucose and insulin level quickly.
Evidence showed that eating high glycemic foods can lead to overeating and increase the risk of many diseases, including constipation. 
Did you know biscuits are made from 70 to 80 percent of maida?
Yes. So, biscuits are evil for your overall health, including piles or hemorrhoids.
Can I eat biscuits in piles?
No. You shouldn’t eat biscuits in piles. Because it is made from refined flour or maida, which can lead to many diseases, including constipation.
Do biscuits cause any harm in piles?
Yes. Biscuits can harm your health overall. Because it is made from refined flour or maida, which can lead to many diseases, including constipation.
The Final Word
Hemorrhoids are very common in both men and women. About half of all people will have hemorrhoids by age 50.  😮
Choose your foods carefully while you’re suffering from piles to help the healing process. And no, you shouldn’t eat biscuits in piles.
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This article is written by a certified nutritionist and verified by scientific evidence.
Following are the references of this article.
- Paras HMRI Hospital: 10 Food Items to Avoid in Diabetes. Accessed 20 January 2022
- PubMed: High-glycemic index foods, hunger, and obesity: is there a connection? Accessed 20 January 2022
- Johns Hopkins Medicine: Hemorrhoids. Accessed 20 January 2022