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Cheese is a fermented product and, depending on the variety, either feeds bacteria in the gut (making it a prebiotic) or actually contains bacteria that seed the gut (making it a probiotic). Maybe one of those characteristics, or all of them working together collectively, makes cheese friendlier to your heart than other high sat-fat foods. Cheese is made from milk, and milk comes from cows. Cattle farming is appalling for the climate. Cows belch out vast amounts of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that no known technology can stop.
Cheese can totally be a part of a well-balanced, healthy diet. “I am a huge fan of cheese,” says Keri Gans, M.S., R.D., author of The Small Change Diet. “Looking at the total diet, there can certainly be room for one or two servings a day.”. It has been said that cheese is equally as addictive as certain drugs, and cheese lovers would agree! However, due to its saturated fat content, cheese has long been as a risk to heart health. Cheese can be high in sodium and fat, but it also delivers powerful nutrients. A 1-ounce serving can pack up to a third of your daily calcium, plus protein and vitamin D, a critical nutrient many Americans don’t get enough of.
The trick is to know which kinds of cheeses are best and how to use them. Nolan Bushnell may have found fame and fortune as a co-founder of the video game company, Atari, but his first dream was to open an interactive, family entertainment restaurant. His visions became reality in the late ’70s with the advent of the Chuck E. Cheese’s Pizza Time Theatre chain of restaurants. Bushnell’s original concept was to combine dining with the feeling of being at a carnival.
So what do these two cheeses (or cheese and “cheese”) have in common? They both contain salt. Yes, well, so does the ocean. Salt alone does not a cheese make, although it could make for a slightly tastier cheese-like product.
The Nasty, Unhealthy Truth about Cheese It’s no secret, a whole food, plant-based diet is a very healthy way to eat. Yet, many people resist committing 100%, even for a week. Cheese contains lactose, a sugar that causes gas and bloating in lactose-intolerant people – aka your body is rejecting it Cheese also contains whey and casein, proteins found in milk, which is an allergen to many humans Okay, those aren’t as shocking. I thought I’d ease you in to start.
Cheese is best kept in large solid chunks (you know, the wheels they get shipped in.) In this state the cheese will keep longer and stay healthier than when portioned off into little chunks. The size of the wheel (or sometimes loaf) that the maker distributes it in is typically a good size for that particular type of.
List of related literature:
|from Microbiology and Technology of Fermented Foods|
|from ENGLISH today 3|
|from Cheese and Culture: A History of Cheese and its Place in Western Civilization|
|from Dairy Chemistry and Biochemistry|
|from The Vitamin D Cure|
|from Encyclopedia of Dairy Sciences|
|from Fundamentals of Cheese Science|
|from Skinny Bitch: A No-Nonsense, Tough-Love Guide for Savvy Girls Who Want to Stop Eating Crap and Start Looking Fabulous!|
|from Food Packaging and Shelf Life: A Practical Guide|
|from The All New Ultimate Southern Living Cookbook: Over 1,250 Of Our Best Recipes|