Summary Feedback
Bauli Moonfills is a puff roll with chocolate cream filling. It has a high amount of added sugar at 23.2 gm per 100 gm pack and high sugar consumption can lead to diabetes and lifestyle diseases. It can also lead to childhood obesity and expose children to early onset lifestyle diseases.
Bauli Moonfills contains edible vegetable oil- palm oil. Palm oil is generally a safe oil as unlike most other vegetable oils, palm is primarily saturated fat. It does not have too much PUFA, which can get oxidized under heat and is often rendered toxic.
However, last year, the safety authority delivered a scientific report that current levels of glycerol-based process contaminants found in palm oil are a “potential health concern.” Animal studies have identified these contaminants, which are formed when vegetable oils are heated to high temperatures and then refined, as both genotoxic (damaging to DNA) and carcinogenic (causing cancer). Of all vegetable oils, palm oil was found to have the highest levels of these contaminants. At high levels of exposure, these contaminants are a health hazard for all age groups, the authority concluded, expressing particular concern for infants, toddlers and children under the age of 10.
Bauli Moonfills contains margarine, margarine is usually made from hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated vegetable oils, and may contain trans-fats which are toxic and which could cause lifestyle diseases.
Due to these ingredients including high sugar and simple starches content we believe that this food must be eaten very sparingly and in very small amounts even  by the healthy.
This product mentions it contains salt as an ingredient but no quantity is mentioned on the food label. This is not acceptable as consumers need to know exactly what they are eating and this is basically denying their right to know. High sodium diets have been known to be the cause of high blood pressure, heart disease, etc. The recommended daily intake of salt is between 1-3 grams.
The foodnetindia rating for this product :-
foodnetindia safety rating: 3 – (On a scale of 1 to 10 from very unsafe to very safe)
Bauli Moonfills contains 23.2  gm of sugar per 100 gm serving. High sugar consumption is detrimental to the health and wellness of all those who consume it.
Bauli Moonfills contains margarine, margarine is usually made from hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated vegetable oils, and may contain trans-fats which are toxic and which could cause lifestyle diseases.
It is made of refined wheat flour or maida and is a  high glycaemic simple starch base. In our opinion, the high sugar and simple starches content make this  unsuitable for diabetics and also for those who have lifestyle disease.
foodnetindia wholesomeness rating: 3  – (On a scale of 1 to 10 from very unbalanced nutrition profile to excellent nutrition profile)
It contains milk solids and eggs, which are nutritious but also contains a lot of ingredients which may not be good for health. High sugar quantity of 23.2 gm per 100 gm pack and the use of a host of additives in it are a worrying factor as kids and adults both eat it in huge quantity without worrying about the ingredients on the food label.
Ingredients of concern in Bauli Moonfills Choco

Sugar
This food product does not specify which sugar has been used. This is also important because different sugars have different metabolic effects. For example, Sucrose (Cane Sugar) is very different from Fructose (Fruit Sugar). Some foods use high fructose corn syrup which may be harmful in much lower quantities than sucrose. We believe that it is not responsible behaviour for a brand to not clearly state what ingredients have been used.
Sugar is a carbohydrate found naturally in a host of different foods from lactose in milk to the fructose in fruit and honey. In fact, we need some sugar in our diets to supply ready energy to fuel our muscles and keep our brains active. The problem is that many processed foods have added sugar which supplies energy in the form of calories – and very little else. This means our body has to draw on the nutrients from the rest of our diet to process it and this can affect our health, including our immunity – leaving us more prone to bugs and colds. A high intake of sugar causes our blood sugar levels to shoot up, giving us that feel-good ‘high’ followed by a crashing slump which leaves us tired, irritable and craving more sugary foods. It’s a vicious cycle that may be contributing to our weight problems as well as health concerns like diabetes and heart disease.
Salt
High sodium diets have been known to be the cause of high blood pressure, heart disease, etc. The recommended daily intake of salt is between 1-3 grams.
Glucose Fructose Syrup
Glucose syrup, also known as confectioner’s glucose, is a syrup made from the hydrolisis of starch. Glucose is a sugar. Excessive sugar consumption is linked to a wide variety of metabolic diseases.
 
Gluten
 
Gluten intolerance has also been linked to autoimmune diseases, cancers, intestinal inflammation, degeneration of the intestinal lining and has even been linked to several mental illnesses (either as a cause or exacerbating factor) the most serious being cerebellar ataxia, a serious disease of the brain that involves an inability to coordinate balance, movements, problems talking, etc. Persons diagnosed with schizophrenia, autism, Alzheimer’s, etc., have been known to respond well to a gluten free diet.
 
Margarine
Margarine is usually made from hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated vegetable oils, and may contain trans-fats which are toxic and which could cause lifestyle diseases.
Ingredients present in Bauli Moonfills which are not a concern:

  • Refined Wheat Flour
  • Edible Vegetable oil-palm
  • Milk Solids
  • Thickener- IN 440, 1422
  • Preservative IN 202
  • Acidity regulator IN 330
  • Egg-5.6%
  • Humectant IN 420ii
  • Yeast
  • Wheat Sourdough Powder
  • Emulsifier IN 471
  • Preservative IN 282
  • Flour treatment agent IN 1100

Disclaimer – The information on this website is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health care professional and is not intended as medical advice. It is intended as a sharing of knowledge and information. foodnetindia encourages you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified health care professional.

Share and Enjoy !

0Shares
0 0

Leave a Reply