Good news has fallen upon our quaint little cheese shop today. The scientists of the cheese world have finally given fact to support the undeniable truth – cheese is not bad for your health!
The general belief spread worldwide is that eating cheese will give you high cholesterol, make you extra podgy and give you a heart attack at 35. Here at Love Cheese, we deny this lie that shuns cheese and fills our lovely customers with guilt as they place cheddar on a cracker.
There is now evidence from leading experts, released to the world just yesterday, that cheese is not a guilty party to heart attacks and strokes. Cheese, milk and yoghurt (even the hefty full-fat ones) are not to blame for any damage to health.
Incredible news for a Tuesday, right?
Our friend, Ian Givens, a professor of food chain nutrition at Reading University, said “There’s quite a widespread belief among the public that dairy products in general can be bad for you, but that’s a misconception. While it is a widely-held belief, our research shows that it is wrong”.
To really make your day special, hear this: “No associations were found for total (high-fat/low-fat) dairy and milk with the health outcomes of mortality, CHS or CVD”. The Guardian state they even added that fermented dairy products may potentially slightly lower the risk of having a heart attack or stroke!
So, next time you pop over to Love Cheese, and grab a Camembert to bake with a dash of wine and spices, grab a Brie or Wensleydale too. Waltz out feeling liberated that you are being good to your body, and your soul.
To read the full article by the Guardian with more facts and research follow this link: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/may/08/consuming-dairy-does-not-raise-risk-of-heart-attack-or-stroke-study
Have a fantastic cheese-filled day.
The Love Cheese Team.