Eat cheese this winter to stay healthy
Cheeses can be quite unique on various levels in relation to the different seasons, especially during winters. So, if you think having cheese can be harmful to your body, then you might have to think twice because these following reasons will give you more reasons to consume cheese during winters:
Here are some cheesy facts and advantages for you:
- Cheese is a powerhouse of minerals, vitamins and protein. It is additionally a basic approach to adding fundamental regular fats to one’s meal, helping the body manufacture muscles and lose undesirable fat.
- Cheese has a very high calcium content, the first and foremost thing you need for strong teeth. Moreover, it is very low in lactose content and promotes deposition of calcium and phosphorus in teeth.
- Apart from having a very high calcium content, cheese is also rich in vitamin-B, which is very good for children, women (particularly when pregnant or lactating) and elderly people, for the formation and strengthening of bones and cartilage especially during winters.
- It contains a lot of vitamin-B, which is useful for protection against diseases like Beriberi.
- You need protein for muscle formation and growth, fats for fat-based processes in the body, calcium for heavier and stronger bones and vitamins and minerals for improved metabolic function. So, you need to eat a lot of them during winters.
- Cheese reduces the risk of osteoporosis in post-menopausal women.
- Cheese is an excellent food for gaining weight.
- Cheese contains conjugated linoleic acid and sphingolipids which help prevent cancer.
- Cheese made from raw milk is more easily digestible than from pasteurised milk.
- Cheese is better digested when eaten unheated.