Good For Your Heart

The People's Friend - - Health -

Many doc­tors now be­lieve that cheese, de­spite its rel­a­tively high pro­por­tion of sat­u­rated fat, does not have the neg­a­tive ef­fect on blood choles­terol you might ex­pect. The body re­quires choles­terol in the form of good fat to carry out its daily pro­ce­dures to keep you alive and to pre­vent dis­eases. It seems the omega 3 and 6 es­sen­tial fatty acids cheese con­tains, along with amino acids, work to­gether to help im­prove nerve and brain func­tion, too.

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