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Get the Benefits of Goat Cheese

By Brandi Swieter 

August is National Goat Cheese Month, making now the perfect time to learn about all the benefits this product has to offer. Cheese is typically touted as fattening, causing people to try to avoid it when possible. Goat cheese is a healthier alternative that doesn’t have quite as much fat or calories. Start eating more goat cheese in August and continue the trend into the remainder of the year and thereafter.

More Essential Nutrients

Most cheese types have some vitamins and minerals within them. Goat cheese, however, has more essential nutrients than many other kinds of cheese. It offers valuable sources of Vitamin B, calcium, iron, Vitamin A, magnesium, and riboflavin. Anyone lacking these nutrients should add goat cheese to their regular diet to get them in their system.

Easier on Digestion

Cow’s milk and related products can be quite harsh on the digestive tract for some people. There are even a large group of people in the world who are lactose intolerant, making it dangerous for them to drink milk or consume many dairy products. Milk and cheese made from goats is far easier on digestion. Even people who have a lactose intolerance are often able to still enjoy goat’s milk or cheese without problems.

Less Calories and Fat

Many people do their best to watch their calorie and fat intake. Too much of either can lead to weight gain. Goat cheese has fewer calories and fat than many other cheese choices. One ounce of goat cheese has 8 grams of fat. A slice of cheddar cheese has 9 grams. Goat cheese contains just over 100 calories. Cheddar cheese contains nearly 115 calories. The difference may not sound like much, but any extra calories count when you’re dieting.

Less Sodium

One of the biggest differences between goat cheese and other cheese options is the sodium. One slice of cheddar contains 174 milligrams of sodium. The same amount of goat cheese contains 146 milligrams. That’s an almost 30 milligram difference, making it a very worthwhile option.

Enjoy goat cheese now and in the future as an alternative to the typical cheeses you tend to eat. It has far fewer calories and fat with plenty of beneficial nutrients. Anyone who has been skipping cheese lately in fear of going off their diet can rest easier knowing goat cheese is better for the body.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Peoria, Ariz.

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