Cheese Every Day Could Keep The Doctor Away

Foods to keep your heart healthy

It showed that those who ate 40 grams of cheese per day had less heart attacks, and also 10 percent fewer strokes.

Consuming a matchbox size amount - one-and-a-half ounces or 40g - daily can slash the risk by 14 per cent.

Cheese also helps to improve the good cholesterol that helps to body and controls the bad cholesterol, the scientists revel.

In the latest study, experts at Soochow University in Suzhou, China, pooled results from 15 earlier studies on cheese and heart risk. Additionally, it also contains an acid that helps prevent clogging of the arteries.

A British study carried out earlier in the year also found that nearly one million people saw no increased risk with regular cheese consumption.

However, they added, "It's unclear how long-term consumption affects the development of cardiovascular disease".

A study found that having a morning meal triggers the body's fat cells to eat up sugar rather than store it.

"The number of participants in particular gives us a really clear global picture of the neutral association of dairy on heart disease risk, and some indications about the potentially beneficial effect of fermented dairy on heart health, although further studies are needed to confirm this".

Researchers analysed data from a range of studies conducted in Europe and America that tracked the diets and health outcomes of over 200,000 people.

So it's hardly an excuse to incorporate an entire cheese board into your daily diet but at least there's some benefit of your brie addiction. But, Cheese is packed with high source of calcium.

Ian Givens, Professor of Food Chain Nutrition at Reading University reacted to this research by saying that calcium obtained from dairy products like cheese play an important role in reducing body fat.

Even full-fat cheese, milk and yoghurt do not increase the danger, the review of 29 studies found.

This could be because they're richer and can afford to eat more cheese, or due to their diet, one United Kingdom study included in the analysis followed vegetarians who would likely have a diet including lots of plants as well as cheese.

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