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What are the benefits of cheese and who should eat it?

Cheese is obtained by heat treatment of fermented milk products, in the process of which the coagulation of milk protein - casein. Milk protein in this form is easier to digest. Cheese contains many nutrients

This product is very useful for those who suffer from liver disease. It is able to prevent fatty degeneration of the body if the body has accumulated harmful substances, alcohol. Therefore, in the case of hepatitis, disorders of bile excretion, cirrhosis or diseases of the pancreas, it is simply necessary to eat cheese.

This product is indispensable for those who suffer from atherosclerosis and obesity. The nutrients that are part of it, normalize fat metabolism in the body. But for this purpose it is necessary to use low-fat cheese.

Grated, homogeneous, cheese is especially easy to digest, without irritating the stomach and intestines. That is why it is used for therapeutic purposes in the case of gastrointestinal diseases. For this purpose, it is best to choose cheese "dietary", zero or 5.5% fat. Cheese with a creamy consistency is also suitable. The main thing is that its acidity was as low as possible.

Patients with ulcers or gastritis should be especially careful with the choice of cheese. It is also useful to them, but the acidity of ordinary cheese is very high for such patients. In the period of exacerbation it is better to eat so-called fresh cheese.

You can cook it even at home. Add 1.5 liters of kefir to 1.5 liters of freshly boiled milk. Discard the resulting mixture on a sieve - the cheese is ready. Fresh cheese can also be mixed with sour cream.

In folk medicine, cheese is also used externally - to treat pneumonia and bronchitis.

For this purpose, compresses are made from sour cheese (so sour that it already smells of vinegar). 200 g of cheese is mixed with a tablespoon of honey. The resulting mixture is spread evenly on the fabric, covered on top. The compress is applied to the back, covered with clean paper, a layer of cotton wool and bandaged. Such compresses are best done at night.