We Asked Five Experts: Is Cheese Bad For You?
Almost everyone loves a good vegemite and cheddar sandwich or some brie with a glass of wine. But the evidence seems to shift about whether or not cheese should be part of a healthy diet.
Most types of cheese contain salt and saturated fat, but it’s also high in protein and calcium, so what’s the verdict?
We asked five experts if cheese is bad for our health.
Five out of five experts said no
Here are their detailed responses:
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Disclosures: Rebecca Reynolds owns The Real Bok Choy, a nutrition and lifestyle consultancy.
Alexandra Hansen, Health + Medicine Section Editor/Global Editor, The Conversation
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