Have you ever known that calcium, protein, phosphorus, zinc, vitamin A and vitamin B12 are the nutrients that contains in Cheese? For your information, cheese also serves us with the superior protein that can build strong muscles.
Following this, most of the cheeses, precisely ripened cheeses such as Cheddar and Swiss, contain little or no lactose. Societies can now savour more cheese because a New research reported that the saturated fat has a small impact on a heart disease risk.
Next, we should also aware with calories. In order to diminish the calories, we can grate or sprinkle harder chesses on the top of our dishes.
The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that individuals ages 9 and older consume at least 3 servings of milk, cheese or yogurt every day; children aged 4-8 years need 2-1/2 cups per day. One serving of cheese is one and one-half ounces of hard cheese, one-third cup for grated cheese and two ounces for processed cheese. Healthyeating.org Copyright 2016 Dairy Council of California
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