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07 December 2017, 01:36 | Lena Norman
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The research published in the European Journal of Nutrition linked chowing down on about 40 grams of cheese daily (about the size of a matchbook) with the lowest chances of heart disease and stroke. It could be that people who eat cheese on a daily basis are healthier overall, or have more disposable income and higher socioeconomic statuses.
Just eat it in moderation because of the saturated fats and sodium levels.
Researchers from Soochow University in China added that the high levels of calcium in cheese act as a blocking agent against too much saturated fat, also found in the dairy product, from sticking to a person's arteries.
Yet exceeding moderate portions of cheese won't boost benefits, and may in fact trigger negative health conditions, experts warn. Those who ate more cheese had a 10% lower risk of having a stroke and were 14% less likely to developing coronary heart disease.
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The researchers' findings were "certainly different from what people might expect", says Dr. Allan Stewart, director of aortic surgery at Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center, who was not involved in the new analysis.
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. Importantly, they are observational, so they do not prove a causal association between cheese intake and better cardiovascular health. With the average American consuming 42.5 grams of food each day, you may find yourself eating less cheese if you want the maximum benefits. "But on the upside, a bit of cheese on a cracker doesn't sound unreasonable".
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