Cheeses You Should Avoid If You’re Trying To Lose Your Gut

Cheeses You Should Avoid If You’re Trying To Lose Your Gut

Cheese is a delicious and nutritious food that can be enjoyed on many occasions. However, there are some cheeses that are higher in fat and calories than others. If you are trying to lose weight or maintain your weight, you should limit your intake of these high-fat cheeses.

  • Cheddar Cheese

Cheddar cheese is high in saturated fat, which can raise cholesterol levels and increase your risk of heart disease. It is also high in sodium, which increases blood pressure. Cheddar cheese is best eaten occasionally, as a treat or snack. It is not a good idea to eat this type of cheese regularly.

  • Parmesan Cheese

Parmesan cheese is made from cow’s milk and has a higher fat content than most other cheeses. It has about twice as much fat as cheddar cheese, which means that it can contain up to 30 grams of total fat per serving. Parmesan cheese also contains more calories than other cheeses because it contains more protein and carbohydrates than other types of cheese do. This means that it is not a good choice if you want to cut back on calories while still enjoying delicious foods like pizza or pasta sauces which call for parmesan cheese as an ingredient.

  • American Cheese

This type of cheese is made with pasteurized milk, so it’s not as healthy as other types of cheese. It is high in saturated fat and sodium, so you should limit its use or avoid it altogether.

  • Brie

Brie contains roughly 20% more calories than other types of cheese per serving size, making it a less-healthy option when it comes to weight loss or weight management goals. It also contains almost twice as much saturated fat as cheddar cheese does!

  • Cream cheese

This cream cheese contains more than 50 percent fat by weight. If you have 2 tablespoons of cream cheese as part of an otherwise healthy breakfast or snack, it could contribute more than 100 calories — not including any other toppings or spreads — and 12 grams of saturated fat (or half your daily allowance).

Anna Daniels

Anna is an avid blogger with an educational background in medicine and mental health. She is a generalist with many other interests including nutrition, women's health, astronomy and photography. In her free time from work and writing, Anna enjoys nature walks, reading, and listening to jazz and classical music.

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