Lower Heart Disease Risk with Grated Cheese

by Jodee on February 11, 2009

You can still include cheese in your diet if you want to lower your risk of heart disease. Switching to grated cheese instead of eating it in slices can help, according to the Food Standards Agency. The British Agency also suggests using a stronger-flavored cheese in your diet. That way, you can add flavor and texture to your meals without needing to use a lot of product to do so.

A heart-healthy diet can include the foods you enjoy. Get creative and try low-fat varieties of your favorite cheeses. Low-fat milk and yogurt and lean meats can all be part of a healthy eating plan when you are concerned about heart disease.

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