Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Although High Fat, Cheese Protect Heart Health

Cheese is a tasty ingredient that is commonly found in many of our favorite foods. Unfortunately, the food tasty milk products is often not including a range of healthy food nutrition expert recommendations.

But do not fret just yet. The latest news from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition says cheese is not the food that we should abstain altogether.

In this study, researchers pooled the results of nearly 140 adults who completed the trial cheese for 12 weeks. To examine more deeply how the full-fat cheese affects each person differently. Researchers divided the people into three groups studied.

The first group ate 80 grams (approximately three servings) full-fat cheese each day. The second group ate the same amount but with a reduced fat content. While the third group did not eat the cheese altogether and focus only on carbohydrates with jam.

At first glance, we might assume eat three servings of full-fat cheese each day will interfere with diet and produce diseases such as blockage of the arteries and cholesterol levels rise. But the researchers it was found that the fallout from our assumptions.

Full-fat cheese eaters did not change LDL (low density lipoprotein, aka bad cholesterol). Fat cheese eaters also did not experience an increase in insulin, blood sugar and triglyceride levels. Their blood pressure and waist circumference did not change.

The fact that eating fat does not make them fat is not too surprising considering the recent news circulated that fat is often heralded unhealthy when sugar is equally dangerous to health.

The surprising thing of this study was to eat cheese help to improve levels of HDL (high density lipoprotein cholesterol alias healthy). The results of this study together with previous research that found drinking full fat milk is better than drinking low-fat milk.

In addition, the study also found eating full-fat cheese is not detrimental to heart health, but also provide protection against cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, the two biggest killers of women in the US according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Research also found eating bread and jam on the other side do not get benefits like eating cheese.

After all the cheese that high-calorie foods. The key to eat is to eat moderate portions. You can enjoy some cheddar cheese slices or grate some cheese to salads or pasta.

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