Despite the fact that cheese is an important part of the diet of many people, to call him a uniquely useful product impossible.
Experts told why you should reduce the consumption of this product to a minimum, if you care about the quality of their lives.
In the cheese contains opiates
Unbelievable but true: in the world there are many people who… are dependent on cheese. And this is the explanation. In 1981 a group of scientists at research laboratories “Wellcam” North Carolina revealed in samples of cow’s milk traces of chemical substances, very similar to morphine. Later it became known that this drug related to opiates and causes addictive, contains not only in cow’s milk, but in human. Despite the fact that the concentration of morphine is extremely small, it is enough to cause a person a certain relationship.
It is also interesting that the subsequent proceedings is revealed and the other narcotic substance in dairy products, namely a certain protein (casein), which is in the process of digestion is converted into a set of opiates, called casomorphins. The most interesting that the greatest concentration of the latter can be detected in the cheese: 30 grams of cheese has about 5 grams of casein. So, cheese addiction is not fancy gourmet, and ordinary biochemistry.
Cheese may contain traces of infection
According to the international organization for the ethical treatment of animals, PETA, cows that are grown with the aim of using them in the dairy industry, producing milk is much lower quality than their other counterparts. The reason is the hormones and antibiotics that are pumped up to animals to increase milk output. Because of these chemicals in cows developing various inflammatory processes (hyperinfection, unresponsive to treatment with antibiotics, but on the contrary, due to the loss of chuvstvitelnsti to antibiotics), often associated with the genitourinary system.
No wonder that the milk collected from these cows can contain contaminants not only a medicine, which “fed” the animals, but traces of the infection, rozvyvsja during the “work” of the animal. For humans, it could face heart disease, diabetes, cancer and many other ailments.
Cheese causes obesity, heart disease, diabetes
Cheese is a high calorie: up to 70% of it consists of saturated (“bad”) fats. Like other products of animal origin, it also contains a big percentage of “bad” cholesterol. Thanks to this “healthy” part of eating cheese in large quantities can cause diabetes, various diseases of the heart and blood vessels, as well as provide the impetus to the development of obesity, especially in children.
Cheese contains a digestive enzyme of animals
For the manufacture of many cheeses used in the production of calf rennet rennin, which is dried and processed part of the stomach of a ruminant. This enzyme is necessary for milk fermentation. By the way, our stomachs also produce this enzyme. And if you lack this enzyme you have, the additional the consumption of it can lead to malfunction of the stomach (the appearance of lazy stomach). The most unpleasant in the moment that often rennin can be found in vegan cheeses that contradicts the very essence of such products.
Cheese can cause abnormalities of the fetus
There are a number of varieties of cheeses that contain bacteria that can cause listeriosis, an infectious disease with a high fatality rate. The disease is especially dangerous for pregnant women as it can cause various pathologies of the fetus, including stillbirth.
Cheese causes kidney disease
Despite the substantial benefits of cheese, rich in various vitamins as well as Pantothenic acid, which has a positive effect on the nervous system and helps to fight stress, it is harm in some cases may exceed the positive aspects. So, some types of cheese are rich in sodium, which may cause renal impairment, and problems with the genitourinary system. Cheese can have a diuretic effect that increases the symptoms of pyelonephritis or urolithiasis.
Recommended normal eating cheese – 200 grams a week. This is the number for man is safe in all senses.
Eating cheese at night is a bad idea. Cheese, like other dairy products, require special efforts and the conditions for digestion. Most likely, the product will not have time to be fully processed before you go to bed, which means it can start to ferment in the stomach, causing poor sleep and fatigue in the morning.
The best cheese is, until 12 noon, when the stomach can handle any food. So the cheese has time to fully digest and give our body its beneficial properties.
Cheese you need to eat only fresh, otherwise there is a high risk of poisoning.
Due to the high salt content of feta cheese is not recommended to use with kidney problems, diseases of the circulatory system, liver, pancreas and biliary tract.
Processed cheese most often cause an Allergy, as in a large number of contain phosphate additives and various types of harmful salts.
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