Friday, July 29th, 2016

How eating cheese could actually help reduce weight

Snehal Mathias | July 29, 2016 4:20 am Print
If you find it difficult to stop eating cheese during dieting, then don't be grumpy. Cheese has metabolism-revving properties in plenty!

Cheese contain vitamins and minerals that are good for health and also…weight loss!  If your are finding it difficult to stop eating cheese during dieting, then don’t be grumpy. Cheese has metabolism-revving properties in plenty! But hey! not all cheese are created equal. If cheese is your staple, you might want to pick those that is suitable for your calorie intake, especially if you have a sedentary or desk job.

Mozzarella Cheese

When they come in pizzas, we often consider them more fattening, but 1 ounce of fresh mozzarella contains  just about 70 calories! Mozzarella cheese sticks are good snacks; however try and avoid fried Mozzarellas.  They are available in full-fat, skim-fat and low-fat. We advise you to use a part-skim cheese while dieting.

Cottage Cheese

Here you go.. 100gms of cottage cheese contains 90 calories. Low-calorie foods like cottage cheese contains sodium which is helps in regulating your blood pressure, not to mention the rich taste!

Feta Cheese

This cheese is generally made from sheep’s or goat’s milk. 1-ounce serving of feta cheese contains 75 calories. It is full of vitamins and minerals that are good for losing weight. It contains proteins, calcium, riboflavin, vitamin B12, phosphorus and many more nutrients. Drink lot of water while having this cheese. Feta cheese is a little salty and is mostly used to add flavour in food.

Parmesan Cheese

It not only builds stronger bones but also helps you lose fat. It contains calcium and proteins that aid metabolism. For someone who isn’t fond of diary food, Parmesan cheese is a good option as it is a low-lactose food.

Cheddar Cheese

Low-fat cheddar cheese is recommended since it is rich in protein and low in carbs. High-protein foods tend down cut down food consumption considerably, resulting in fewer calories intake.

So say Cheese!

Snehal Mathias
Snehal Mathias
Snehal Mathias, an enthusiastic food lover and a traveler. Writes for entertainment, food, travel, fashion, beauty, health and lifestyle.