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Low Fat Sliced Cheese Nutritional Facts
Food Questions: We do not endorse products here on this app. There are probably a hundred different versions of 'low fat' cheese. I advise my patients that any product 'low fat' should be avoided since many of them use high content fructose corn syrup to thicken up the product and sugar is the enemy to health. Using the natural products in the percentage that is a healthy diet is always the best plan. ...Read more
Cheese: For regular cheeses, the answer is no. But there are no fat cottage cheeses that may fit the bill for you. ...Read more
As doctor have say low fat diet is not healthy does that mean i replace low fat milk with whole milk and eat butter and whole fat cheese?
Low Fat Diet: No i think your doctor did not mean to consume fatty foods but to eat a balanced diet, not one specifically trying to eliminate fats as some fats, like omega-3's are essential fatty acids and quite beneficial to consume. Focus on a plant based diet and learn more about the mediterranean diet as it is regarded as one of most balanced, healthy diets that limits many diseases from developing. ...Read more
Hello, is it good eating cheese and drink tea with it, i just heard that it's will destroying the nutritional value of the both, is it right? Thanks.
It depends: You might be referring to milk possibly inactivating the flavonoids (catechins) or antioxidant effects of tea. Some studies show this, even though in many parts of the world it's common to have milk with tea. http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2012/09/27/161895873/health-benefits-of-tea-milking-it-or-not the same might be true with eating cheese. You still get some, if not as much, benefit. ...Read more
Is nutritional yeast healthy? I hear it has a flavor sort of like cheese. I love cheese. I overeat it & it can kick off a binge. Need alternative.
Eat pickled food: Yeast is the normal bacteria found in breads, yogurts, cheese etc that provide natural probiotics. An alternative to cheese like products is to eat other naturally occurring live food that cultures have enjoyed for many years such as Kim-chee, pickled veggies and fruit found in many Asian markets or visit your local health food store and ask them for advice. ...Read more
Depends: If you eat dairy products you can try greek yogurt or cottage cheese (otherwise soy/almond/coconut yogurt). Non dairy sources include chia seeds, beans, lentils, quinoa, eggs, artichokes, broccoli, avocado, asparagus, tofu, peas, spinach, beet greens, peanuts, pistachios, sesame seeds, garbanzo beans. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Protein rich treats: string cheese or laughing cow low fat cheese products, or nuts such as almonds or pistachios in small quantities are good examples. ...Read more
Suggestions:: 1) low fat dairy products are great for bone-strengthening calcium, vitamin D & other nutrients but avoid high fat versions; 2) trim meat consumption (try 1 or 2 meatless days a week to start, unless ready to go vegetarian); 3) optimize intake of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains (as tolerated). Enjoy-- ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Be aware of fat: Eat less fried and fatty foods. Increase your consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables, eat lean meats and low fat diary products. Instead of whole milk, chose skim milk and low fat cheeses. Read labels and choose products that are less than 30% of the calories as fat, especially saturated fats. ...Read more
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