Eating Cheese Every Day May Actually Be Good for You

Ebony Scott
December 8, 2017

Authors of the report state that basically, the high calcium levels (good) in cheese act to block some of the saturated fats (bad) in the delicious dairy product, balancing out the nutritional value ratio.

Nibbling on cheese a little bit a day helps keep heart disease at bay, researchers found.

The 15 studies, which included 200,000 participants, were selected for analysis based on meeting the following criteria: the study design was prospective; the exposure of interest was cheese consumption; the outcome of interest was fatal/nonfatal CVD, CHD, or stroke; and RRs (relative risk) with corresponding 95% Cis (confidence interval) were reported or could be estimated. By conducting laboratory investigations and experiments found out that daily consumption of 40 grams of the product reduces by 14% the risk of cardiovascular diseases and stroke by 10%. The risk of having a stroke was lowered by 10 percent with this small helping of dairy.

Well, sort of. The study explains that, as with anything, moderation is key.

Cheese makes everything better.

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Cheese is typically considered more of an indulgence than a health food, but a new review of research suggests that it may not be as bad for you as once thought. The statistics are compared to people who never or rarely ate cheese.

Stewart points out that the study was only able to find an association between cheese consumption and decreased risk of heart disease, rather than a cause-and-effect relationship.

As noted in the study, cheese is also a good source of vitamins, minerals, and protein, which also may be "cardiovascular protective properties". Now, a new saturated fat has fallen under the scrutiny of researchers: cheese.

Yet exceeding moderate portions of cheese won't boost benefits, and may in fact trigger negative health conditions, experts warn.

Many types of cheese have high levels of probiotics which could lower inflammation.

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