It found that people who ate small amounts of cheese daily were less likely to have a stroke or develop heart disease than people who abstained or ate it rarely.
The attention of specialists was attracted by the fact that the people of France, who usually consume fat-rich food, including cheeses, relatively rarely suffer from heart diseases.
These new findings come from an analysis of 15 observational studies that looked at the effects of cheese intake on the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD).
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"This is not the same as eating a big slice of cheesy pizza every day", says Stewart. Recent research shows, however, that saturated fat may be more benign than we think. More isn't necessarily better, though. Those with the lowest risks of these illnesses were those who consumed around 40 grams a day of cheese - a quantity around the size of a book of matches.
Generally, cheese has always been the scourge of every health-conscious person who wants to make sure they have a balanced diet while still loving themselves enough to partake in the simple joy of one of Earth's greatest pleasures. Cheese also has an unsaturated fatty acid called conjugated linoleic acid which may affect cholesterol by lowering your bad LDL levels and raising the good HDL levels.
"Cheese can be high in probiotics, which tend to put you in less of an inflammatory state", Stewart told Time.
Adults should get about 1,000 mg of calcium a day and one ounce of cheese gives you roughly 20 percent. Overall, though, the news is good for cheese lovers.