Many countries may now try to follow the lead of the United States, France, Australia and Ireland in the campaign to encourage the public to eat more dairy products like cheese, yoghurt and milk, as studies have shown these products to contain good nutrient values.
Specifically with cheese, which may be able to help protect people from cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes, surprisingly from the saturated fat and salt that it contain.
Just recently, Public Health England recommended the British public to cut down on dairy consumption to reduce fat and sugar in regular diets to stay healthy but may have to reconsider that position, however, after the British Journal of Medicine released findings that cutting down on saturated fat like those found in butter does not lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
One previous concern was that daily products contain elevated levels of saturated fat and salt- in the case of cheese- , however, researches have been shedding light on the theory that not all saturated fats are equally harmful for the body.
A study published in the The Lancet: Diabetes & Endocrinology suggested that saturated fats like those found in dairy products help reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.
This was also supported by another study by the University of Copenhagen where findings showed that people who eat more dairy products
This, after a research team from the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD, discovered data from a blinded randomized trial coming from a number of state mental hospitals and health facilities in Minnesota.
The study lasted for more than 4 years with participants were given corn oil rich in unsaturated omega 6 fatty acids and those provided a diet high in saturated fat derived from butter, shortening and meat as a controlling group.
Cheese is one of today’s novelty food items and comes with a powerhouse of nutrients that make it not just nutritious, but a delight to the taste buds as well.
It contains significant amounts of calcium, phosphorus, zinc, protein, vitamin A and vitamin B12, which also sparked the American health advisory to eat more cheese and other dairy products due to the noted calcium deficiency of many Americans.
Recent statistics indicated that 6 out of 10 men and 9 out of women are short of the recommended calcium values.
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