A new study indicates that a little bit of cheese is good for you. Those who ate more cheese had a 10% lower risk of having a stroke and were 14% less likely to developing coronary heart disease.
The attention of specialists was attracted by the fact that the people of France, who usually consume fat-rich food, including cheeses, relatively rarely suffer from heart diseases.
Experts, however, warn that this is not linear - in short, the study does not mean that people should start consuming blocks of cheese to prevent heart disease.
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Researchers suggest that eating a small amount of cheese every day may benefit heart health. Now, cheese-lovers can sleep well knowing that their midnight snack or post-night-out cheese fry indulgence is actually good for them. It could be that people who eat cheese on a daily basis are healthier overall, or have more disposable income and higher socioeconomic statuses.
So go ahead, unblock all those mouth-watering cheese porn accounts, and erase the guilt of that daily BEC.
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While cheese contains some nutrients that are beneficial to health - such as, zinc, and A and B-12 - it is also, which can increase levels and raise the risk of and. "There is some evidence that cheese - as a substitute for milk, for example - may actually have a protective effect on the heart".
"Cheese can be high in probiotics, which tend to put you in less of an inflammatory state", Stewart told Time.
"We're always are searching for ways to minimize heart disease and reduce atherosclerosis", said Allan Stewart, director of aortic surgery at Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center.
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