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04 December 2017, 10:12 | Silvia Roy
Calcium-rich food could reduce the risk of fatal heart attacks and stroke
As a recent study suggested that if one consumes cheese daily in meals then the chances of getting heart diseases reduces. Despite containing high levels of saturated fat, researchers add that the calcium in the food means less of said fat is actually absorbed by the body.
Despite the delicious dairy product's traditionally bad rap, the research discovered that those who ate, on average, a portion of cheese each day were 14 per cent less likely to develop coronary heart disease and 10 per cent less likely to have a stroke.
According to scientists, a cheese increases the level of "good" cholesterol and reduces "bad".
"It's unclear how long-term consumption affects the development of cardiovascular disease".
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They found eating cheese frequently appeared to be beneficial for the heart rather than harmful.
The process could help regulate the hormone insulin, which controls blood sugar levels, and prevent the body from producing excess fat which commonly triggers diabetes and heart disease.
The team in Bath and Nottingham, England, found that fat in obese people responds less to insulin than in lean people and the decrease related to the person's total amount of body fat.
Another study carried out by British researchers earlier this year revealed that around a million people consuming regular cheese observed no spike in the risk of heart diseases or strokes.
Even full-fat cheese, milk and yoghurt do not increase the danger, the review of 29 studies found.
Sophie Clarke, of the British Cheese Board, said, "Far from having a negative effect, a number of large studies have shown dairy products to have a protective effect on factors relating to heart health".
'While it is a widely held belief, our research shows that that's wrong'.
Generally, most of the people avoid consuming cheese due to the fat contains.
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