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LDL cholesterol, metabolic syndrome similar between regular, reduced-fat cheeses
 

LDL cholesterol, metabolic syndrome similar between regular, reduced-fat cheeses

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No significant difference exists in LDL cholesterol or metabolic syndrome (MetS) risk factors between a high daily consumption of regular-fat cheese and an equal intake of reduced-fat cheese or an isocaloric amount of carbohydrate-rich foods, according to a study.
 
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18 Nov 2016 - General
 
A recent research has shown that there is no significant difference exists in LDL cholesterol or metabolic syndrome (MetS) risk factors between a high daily consumption of regular-fat cheese and an equal intake of reduced-fat cheese or an isocaloric amount of carbohydrate-rich foods. Basically, regular-fat cheese is rich in saturated fat, so dietary guidelines in many countries recommend the consumption of reduced-fat cheese but the negative effect of regular-fat cheese remains unclear. It has b...
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