January 31, 2023

True-false on the cheese

It is advisable to eat dairy products every day.
True - In his recommendations for a food balanced, the Department of Health advises three dairy products a day to maintain our bone strength. Just take a bowl of milk in the morning with chocolate or cereals, a portion of cheese 30 to 40 grams and a serving of cottage cheese or yogurt.
 
The cheese contains calcium.
True - Especially hard cheeses like Emmental, Comté and Beaufort, a portion of which provides half the daily calcium needs. To prove the high concentration of calcium, it is sufficient to know that 450 liters of milk are needed to produce a millstone of 40 kg of Comté.
 
Cheese, being fat, can lead to cardiovascular problems.
False - On the other hand, excess in all things being harmful, overconsumption is not recommended especially if you suffer from cholesterol problems. That being said, the excesses of fat concern, in our food modern often poorly balanced, well prepared dishes, pastries and other pastries.
 
Cheese contains low protein.
False - A cheese can be rich in protein. Parmesan, for example, contains 36 grams per 100 grams.
 
Cheese is not suitable for people with lactose allergy.
False - People who are allergic to lactose can consume mature cheeses that no longer contain them.
 
The cheese has anti-carcinogenic properties.
True - Conjugated linoleic acids and sphingolipids would have virtues that would protect us from cancer.
 
Fresh cheeses contain fewer calories than others.
True - Since fresh cheeses have a high water content, eg 82% for cottage cheese, their caloric intake is reduced. The fresh goat has a kcal number of 79 to 100 grams.
 
 
Our advice
The cottage cheese is an ideal partner for low calorie diets and a food balanced because it can replace the fat in a sauce with fresh herbs or in a broken pastry.


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