What happens to your body if you eat cheese every day

What happens to your body if you eat cheese every day. 



The art of cheese-making originated 7,500,000 years ago and is still relevant today. Nonfat types are made from 2% fat milk or fat-free cottage cheese. Non-aged types have a high moisture content and softness. The longer the product is aged, the more concentrated flavor the cheese has. 


Chemical Composition of Cheese

It is a high-calorie product with a lot of sodium and fat. For example, in 100 g of cheddar - 402 kcal, Parmesan - 431 kcal, Dor Blue - 337 kcal. Fats - about 30%, milk protein - 15-27%. Cheese is rich in vitamins and trace elements: A, C, E, B12, riboflavin, phosphorus, selenium, beta-carotene, zinc, iodine, iron, copper, potassium. The amount of micronutrients will depend on the type of cheese. 


The benefits of cheese

As part of cheese has a high protein content (25 g per 100 grams of cheese), which is very useful for the body: 


- helps to improve the immune system;

- restores cells;

- is a useful component for muscles. 


That is why cheese is important for those who want to gain muscle mass. 


Cheese has a lot of calcium (in 100 g of product - the daily norm of a person), which helps: 


- in strengthening bones;

- protection against dental caries;

- to reduce the risk of osteoporosis. 


Hard varieties (Parmesan, Cheddar) have more calcium than other types of cheese. 


Cheese can increase performance due to vitamin B12, which delivers oxygen to tissues and organs. The amino acid tryptophan helps in the production of serotonin, thereby increasing mood. With enough proteins, fats, carbohydrates and beneficial bacteria that improve the microflora of the intestine, help the body to better break down and absorb nutrients, eliminate toxins. Cheese has vitamin D, which is especially useful during the cold season.


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