Daily Cheese Consumption Can Significantly Reduce the Heart Disease Risk


A recent research says that eating a regular amount of cheese every day may lead to decrease the risk of stroke and heart attacks.

Cheese also contains an acid that can help avert clogging of the arteries, "Express.Co.Uk" reported.

While it may be easier to reach for a cheese slice or to melt some grated cheese, Joel Feren from the Dietitian's Association of Australia explained to Body and Soul that there are healthier options.

The process could help regulate the hormone insulin, which controls blood sugar levels, and prevent the body from producing excess fat which commonly triggers diabetes and heart disease. Reports also showed that cheese raised levels of so-called "good" cholesterol while lessening levels of "bad" cholesterol. The effect was detected in specifically those people who eat one and half cheese ounces each day that is as much as 40 grams a day.

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In the latest study, experts at Soochow University in Suzhou, China, pooled results from 15 earlier studies on cheese and heart risk.

Far from having a negative effect, a number of large studies have shown dairy products to have a protective effect on factors relating to heart health. Are you a cheese fan and do you think it could actually be better for your health? According to the research, a daily portion of the size of a small matchbox reduces the chances of 14 percent.

Dr Givens has said public health warnings have seen people shun full-fat versions of cheese, milk or yoghurt, in the mistaken belief that they could harm their health. Previously it was possible to hear statements that is rich in fat and cholesterol cheese - not too useful product.

Get that cheese-platter ready for your next get together because other than the fact that cheese is life, new research has revealed it's good for your heart.