Tuesday, 14 Jul 2020

How much cheese a day is good for you – and what happens if you eat too much

The daily slice of cheese provides the body with good nutrients, is also rich in saturated fatty acids and salt.

This can lead to the body has to do with the excessive consumption too much, since a high fat and salt content is difficult to digest.

Cheese as a possible cause of many diseases

The popular food products offers a number of health disadvantages.

The milk-containing product also slows down the liver function, thereby increasing the toxicity, so the Toxic content in the body increases. This process damages the tissue is enormous and can in the long term, promote the development of cancer.

A healthy diet with cheese

The nutritionist Melissa Kuman recommends to "Yahoo Style" to take, therefore, a maximum of 30 grams of cheese a day, to not overstrain the body.

The German nutrition society (DGE) is more generous, and recommends an amount of 50 to 60 grams of cheese per day.

These are, for example, a 1/3 of the 150 gram feta cheese, or two slices of Gouda.

Portion control is, as with all foodstuffs is of vital importance to ensure that the body supplied with the right nutrients and not, as too much cheese, fat, salt or sugar overload.

Antonia Hagedorn

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