“The cheese didn’t totally normalize the effects of insulin, but it significantly improved them. And it didn’t matter whether it was low-fat or regular cheese,” noted University of Alberta researcher and nutrition expert Catherine Chan, PhD.
Chan recommends that people with health issues speak with a doctor or dietitian about whether to include cheese in their diets. The study findings, she suggests, provide a basis for further research into dietary recommendations regarding fats.
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