The publication reported on 15 studies with more than 200,000 participants and showed that the risk of someone suffering from heart disease or a stroke was significantly less than someone who rarely, or never ate cheese.
They found moderate cheese eaters, who consumed about 40 grams a day, were 14 percent less likely to develop heart disease and had 10 percent lower risk of stroke. 40 grams of cheese is a roughly the size of a matchbox and slightly more than an ounce serving.
However, the relationship between consuming cheese and having lower chances of heart disease was U-shaped instead of linear, the researchers discovered, which means that higher consumption of cheese doesn't mean even lower risk of developing heart disease.
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"We're always are searching for ways to minimize heart disease and reduce atherosclerosis", said Allan Stewart, director of aortic surgery at Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center.
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This is not the same as eating a big slice of cheesy pizza every day. Cheese also has an unsaturated fatty acid called conjugated linoleic acid which may affect cholesterol by lowering your bad LDL levels and raising the good HDL levels. Still, the fact that cheese benefits exist that may outweigh the negatives of saturated fat is encouraging.
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Cheese contains vitamins A, K and D along with calcium, zinc, magnesium and protein.
"Cheese can be high in probiotics, which tend to put you in less of an inflammatory state", Stewart told Time.
The link between cheese and lowered heart disease risks might be because people who eat cheese every day are already healthier, or have enough income to afford the habit, the researchers point out. "But on the upside, a bit of cheese on a cracker doesn't sound unreasonable".
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The study also failed to look at various kinds of cheeses, which might have yielded different results as there are certain kinds that include more benefits or risks than the typical cheese. Now, a new saturated fat has fallen under the scrutiny of researchers: cheese.