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Cheese Every Day Could Keep The Doctor Away

04 December 2017, 04:42 | Lena Norman

Calcium-rich food could reduce the risk of fatal heart attacks and stroke

Calcium-rich food could reduce the risk of fatal heart attacks and stroke

A recent report revealed that only 40 grams are enough to reduce the heart disease risk if consumed every day.

Volunteers eating around 40g a day - about the size of a small matchbox - saw the greatest reduction in risk to their health.

CHEESE lovers rejoice - eating a portion of the good stuff could reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes, a study shows. In addition, with the maintenance of cholesterol and fat in the body the risk of cardiovascular disease has been decreased. Cheese is a wellspring of vitamins, minerals that are essential to body to prevent from diseases.

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

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

A separate team of researchers from China analyzed the data on cheese's health benefits in 15 studies that were published earlier. In a report on their findings, researchers said that cheese is high in fat but it also contains potentially beneficial nutrients.

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Those that were eating the above amount - which is only a few crackers worth of cheese - a day had less heart attacks and 10 per cent less strokes.

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

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. Consuming a portion of cheesy goodness every day can cut the risk of developing heart disease and suffering a cardiac event by 14 percent.

Scientists at Reading University said their findings questioned years of public health advice on limiting dairy foods intake.

Generally, most of the people avoid consuming cheese due to the fat contains.

New research suggests cheese is good for your heart.



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