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People who eat more cheese are thinner, according to recent study

People who eat more cheese are thinner, according to recent study

However, a recent study has suggested that people concerned with cholesterol don't need to cut cheese out of their diet.

They also discovered that people who eat more dairy tend to have a lower body mass index. Scientists found that the adults with a lower body mass index ate more dairy. An analysis of individual dairy foods found that cheese consumption was not associated with increased body fat or with Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol.

Dairy foods such as milk, yogurt, cheese, cream and butter were consumed regularly by 1500 Irish people who were included in the study. If you eat too much cholesterol, it accumulates in your bloodstream and eventually deposits in your arteries restricting blood flow to your heart.

New research from University College Dublin has found that somehow people who eat a lot of cheese are generally thinner than those who don't - which, for someone who measures how good his evenings are based on how many different varieties of the good stuff he's rammed into his face, is extremely comforting news.

Moreover, consuming cheese does not lead to increased body fat or cholesterol, stated the study.

If we asked you to reel off ten foods that are pretty much guaranteed to make you fat, cheese would probably be one of the first things you'd name - alongside pizza and chocolate. More likely than not, higher dairy intake is part of a larger eating pattern that we should consider.

The really flabbergasting fact was that those who chose to consume low fat dairy products ended up taking in too many carbohydrates and thus increased their LDL levels. The unique combination of nutrients in cheese caused the salubrious effect. As it is nearly always the case, a good balance is key to eating a healthy diet and living a healthy life - no matter where you're from.

"What will really impact on our metabolic health, is the overall pattern in which whole foods are consumed".

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