According to the reports, the researchers claimed that, "consumption of cheese on daily basis can reduce fatal heart attacks and strokes". Participants eating around one-and-a-half ounces a day saw the greatest reduction in risk to their health.
As per the researchers, cheese do seem to be associated with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and particularly with yogurt- type-2 diabetes that is an area of research they have been trying to develop because there are 700 new cases every day.
He also warned that the creamier cheeses like camembert and brie are high in fat and are probably the best ones to stay away from.
Eating cheese promotes the growth of the level of "good" cholesterol and reduce the number of "bad" cholesterol in the blood, which is beneficial to the vascular system.
In addition to reducing the chance of heart disease by 14 per cent, it could also help when it comes to strokes. Looking specifically at cheese, a number of studies show no association between consuming cheese and heart disease.
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"It's unclear how long-term consumption affects the development of cardiovascular disease". Despite all the saturated fats they contain, dairy products can have some real health benefits.
If you are the one who loves to eat cheese every day then it will put on a longer life on you.
Even full-fat cheese, milk and yoghurt do not increase the danger, the review of 29 studies found.
Scientists at Reading University said their findings questioned years of public health advice on limiting dairy foods intake. Therefore, nutritionists recommended people to consume more of those foods which share nutrients with dairy products.
The team's findings did not go as far as the Chinese study by saying it boosts heart health but said dairy only has a "neutral" impact.