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Say yes to cheese and indulge in its smoothness and taste. Rich in flavor, nutritious and healthy, cheese is one of the widely used ingredients in dishes. Cheese is a concentrated source of many nutrients found in the milk from which it’s made.
Cheese and its benefits
Is cheese a good source of Calcium?
The high nutritional value of Cheese makes it an important dairy food to include as part of a healthy diet. Rich in Calcium, it helps meet the recommended 3 servings of milk and dairy products a day and plays a major role in helping build strong and healthy bones. Bear in mind that cheese is a high calorie food because of its high fat content. So try to opt for low-fat and calorie choices.
Here’s a Comparison Table of a variety of Cheese and their Calcium and Calorie content
*Daily recommendation of Calcium=1000mg (19-50 years)
Good to Remember
Go for white cheese more than yellow as it’s lower in fat and therefore lower in calories as well.
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