Generally, cheese has always been the scourge of every health-conscious person who wants to make sure they have a balanced diet while still loving themselves enough to partake in the simple joy of one of Earth's greatest pleasures.
They found moderate cheese eaters, who consumed about 40 grams a day, were 14 percent less likely to develop heart disease and had 10 percent lower risk of 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.
But researchers warned that daily cheese eaters weren't consuming a huge amount. Researchers suggest that eating around 40 grams (or 1.41 ounces) of cheese every day could help to reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.
Researchers from China and the Netherlands analyzed data gathered from 15 previous studies where numerous participants were tracked for at least 10 years. Importantly, they are observational, so they do not prove a causal association between cheese intake and better cardiovascular health.
The director of aortic surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center added that the new report is great for cheese lovers, but people should not overindulge on the tasty snack.
"This is not the same as eating a big slice of cheesy pizza every day", says Stewart.
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Stewart was not involved in the study.
Overconsumption, however, can trigger high cholesterol and increase risk of heart disease due to high levels of saturated fat.
But cheese also has its health benefits, like high levels of calcium and protein, and has probiotics that are good for the body, as well.
The findings after this research review were definitely different than expected. "But on the upside, a bit of cheese on a cracker doesn't sound unreasonable".
So even though the news that cheese consumption might actually be positive or beneficial is exciting, it's not a reason to stock the fridge full of your favorite bries and mozzarella. "It's promising to find that something that actually tastes good-and pairs well with a nice glass of red wine-may offer some protection, as well".