Most cheeses are made from cow's milk, and a few are from goat's milk. Cheese is a natural dairy product.
It takes 10 kilograms of milk to make 1 kilogram of cheese, so the nutritional value of cheese is much higher than that of milk and yogurt.
Cheese is rich in calcium and high-quality protein, its calcium content is 6 to 8 times that of milk, and its protein content is 8 to 9 times that of milk.
In addition, other nutrients in cheese such as vitamin A, vitamin D, and B vitamins are also much higher than milk.
However, cheese is a high-fat, high-calorie dairy product. One slice of cheese (1 ounce) contains 113 calories and 10 grams of fat.
Eating Too Much Cheese is More Likely to Lead to Weight Gain and Obesity than most foods because even a few ounces of cheese can be high in calories and fat.
Eating cheese in moderation is very beneficial to your health, and it is recommended that you eat no more than 2 slices (2 ounce) of cheese per day.
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