Monday, April 9, 2012

White Cheese

This is Mary S, the dietitian, who is back from visiting the Wisconsin dairy farm I spent the first 18 years of my life living and eating cheese. I have had many patients tell me they only eat white cheese. If you have been only eating white cheese for heart health you may want to keep reading. White cheese can have just as much of the unhealthy saturated fats and sodium as yellow cheese. Cheese is a good source of many important nutrients and FLAVOR! If you love your cheese and are trying to eat heart healthier buy the sharpest flavors so a small portion will give big flavor.

Compare this data for one ounce of cheese:

Cheddar 110 calories, 9 g. total fat,6 grams saturated fat,170 mg sodium
Monterey Jack 110 calories, 9 g total fat, 6 g. saturated fat, 190 mg sodium
Swiss 110 calories,9 g total fat, 5 g. saturated fat, 50 mg sodium
Provolone 100 calories, 8 g. total fat, 5 g. saturated fat, 248 sodium
Mozzarella 80 calories, 5 g. total fat, 3 g. saturated fat, 180mg saturated fat

Mozzarella is a white cheese that has less saturated fat but it will still not take long to hit the range of 10 to 17 grams of saturated fat usually recommended to treat elevated cholesterol.

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