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Cheeses

Cheeses


OK, so cheese can be healthy with all that calcium, right? 

Well yes, but in moderation. Stuffing your face with multiple cheese boards is a big no no if you want to blast that fat.
 
Most cheeses contain a whole lot of fat but the unbeaten leaders when it comes to fat content are as follows:

Mascarpone:The creamy specialty comes to 48 grams of fat per 100 grams.

Roquefort, Gorgonzola and cream cheese : You have about 30 grams of fat per 100 grams.

Gouda, Emmental and Edam have about 45% fat. (Fat in the dry matter content).
 
Tip:  You love cheese? Why not try the lower in fat options?
 
 
 


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