Say cheese for cheese!
11 July, 2013
Cheese has a surprising number of health benefits. No matter what type of cheese you eat, you are doing well for your body.
Cheese is extremely high in its calcium content. This is the most important thing for our teeth strength. Cheese has a very low content of lactose (disaccharide sugar derived from galactose and glucose that is found in milk products that harms teeth). Cheese contains substances called conjugated that help prevent cancer. Vitamin B in cheese is good
for maintaining body functions and protecting the body from various diseases and strengthens the human immune system. Cheese contains additional nutrient like zinc (bluish-white, lustrous metallic element) and biotin (colorless crystalline B-complex vitamin). Zinc has several functions in the body: it aids in tissue growth and repairs, prevents and treats macular degeneration (pathological changes, resulting in loss of central vision: a common cause of blindness in the elderly), protects our skin and helps keep your nails strong. Eating cheese has been found to have a positive effect on the immune system. This prevents many forms of illness and disease.
The problem with cheese is that it is often saturated with fat, which can increase your risk of cardiovascular disease, high cholesterol, arthritis, and memory loss.
Almost everyone loves cheese. It is both of good taste and very beneficial for our health. Adults and children should be eating a decant amount of cheese on regular basis. Actually, balance and moderation is good in everything, not just eating cheese. As a matter of fact, any food could be useful or harmful the same exactly way, depending on the amounts we are taking in. You want cheese? Go ahead and enjoy it, but please know where to stop!