Yes, cheese can be included in a healthy diet even when a person wants to lose weight. Cheese is not a bad food. It contains protein, calcium and other nutrients we need. Having said this, I suggest minimizing whole milk cheeses and eat mainly low fat cheeses (read the label). If you can stand it, there are fat free cheeses, but my experience is that the flavor is not as good.
That depends upon:
1) Which diet, and
2) How much cheese.
In general, if you are trying to lose weight, you'll probably want to restrict the amount of cheese you have, unless it's very low-fat.
If you're not trying to lose weight and are just asking about healthy eating, then a reasonable amount of cheese here and there should be okay.
Further information for losing weight:
Doctors and dieticians recommend losing weight gradually, allowing a whole month for every 4 to 8 pounds you want to lose. Do not starve yourself, or skip meals, or try throwing up.
Here's a program for the period in which you want to lose weight:
Get plenty of moderate aerobic exercise (intense exercise may damage your joints). It isn't essential to join a gym; you can do sit-ups, pushups, dumbbell-lifting, jumping-jacks, and many other basic exercises at home. Walk as much as possible. Bicycling and swimming are good too.
Even more important than exercise, is avoiding junk foods and sweetened drinks such as soda. Try to avoid refined flour and pasta, processed foods, fried foods, and fatty cuts of meat. Preferably consume no added sugar, and as little added salt as possible.Our great-grandparents didn't have the epidemic of obesity we see today, because they had a less-sedentary lifestyle, a much more natural diet, and they ate reasonably-sized portions.
Eat 3 not-large-portioned meals per day; do not skip breakfast; and avoid sugary snacks. If you want a snack, try (for example) an apple or a handful of unsalted nuts.Limit your calories (best to consult a doctor or nutritionist concerning the amount), and weigh yourself at the same time each day, 2-3 times per week. If you see your weight diminishing at a safe, reasonable rate (1-2 pounds/week), keep it up.
Once you've reached your goal, increase your calorie intake somewhat, so that you can maintain your present weight. And you can then have small amounts of sweetened foods or junk food on occasion (if at all), along with your regular healthy foods. But keep checking your weight 2-3 times/week.
Avoid crash-diets, fad diets, diet pills, etc. These may be harmful, and need not be considered by people who have adopted an otherwise healthy diet.
Don't concentrate on specific foods so much as on a balanced, healthy diet plus exercise.Healthy nutrition means eating what your body needs, while ingesting as few harmful things as possible. It has also been described as getting enough of each of the major food categories, in healthy forms (grains, fruits, vegetables, protein, dairy, etc.; plus plenty of water).
In general, an example of a healthy starting point could be a menu of whole-grain foods and bread, a good amount of vegetables, legumes, some fruits and nuts, fish, lean meats in not-large amounts, and some dairy. However, this may need adjusting according to one's lifestyle, age, health, weight and other factors at the outset; and also later, as one sees what works for him/her in particular.
Also...whenever you feel queasy, nauseous, constipated or otherwise not completely well, try to remember what you've eaten over the last several hours or the last day. This is one factor in adjusting one's food habits.
All cheese, including goat's cheese, is a dairy product. You would not eat dairy products on a Paleolithic diet.
its their diet
Cockatiels can eat cheese, but it should not form a regular part of their diet.
Yes you can!
No, all dairy is to be avoided.
Although mice eat cheese, they are herbivores, meaning their diet should consist of plant material, not cheese. If cheese is all they're offered, they will eat it, but their diet needs to be filled with plants, seeds, fruits, and grains.
No !... They wouldn't eat cheese as part of their natural diet - so they shouldn't be fed it in captivity !
Yes. Owls always eat cheese when they can find it. It's good for their diet.
Yes! Most cheese is either, no carbs, or very low carbs.
Since you are allowed on phase 2 to eat cheese (like cheddar and that) I suppose you can have halloumi cheese as well. She doesn't mention any cheese that you SHOULDN'T have ;)
A balanced diet is necessary for a healthy lifestyle.
I dont take cheez with vitemin d
Yes but its main diet should be meet based.
you can't eat french fries and you can't eat ketchup and you can't eat mac & cheese and you can't eat anything with sugar in it.
Cottage Cheese~ Worked with two nutritionists and they said that's the only 'healthy' cheese there is. It's really nice with pineapple.
No an octoous diet consists or peanut butter, cheese, and sometimes fish.
Yes, most dogs can handle eating a bit of cheese now and then just fine. If it seems to upset your chihuahua's stomach, then just eliminate it from the diet. OR you could just eat the cheese yourself.....
you can always eat too much of something, especially carbohydrates. everyone need to watch their diet and eat healthy
You betcha! Cheese is a major component of a healthy hamster diet. Good luck and buy Kraft, not generic.
cheese is important in our diet because it is good for your teeth as they are for your bones............
There are a few products that are good to eat on a high protein diet. Fish is a real good thing to eat, it has a lot of proteins. Also eggs, red meat and low-fat cheese are good things to eat.
You cannot eat dairy products, when you're on the Paleo diet. Cheese, all cheeses, are dairy products. A good thing to ask yourself when considering what to eat: could a caveman have eaten this? Cavemen didn't milk animals (except humans-when they nursed on their mothers). So, they didn't eat dairy products.
Meat, eggs, cheese, and very few green veggies.
Cheese doesn't eat cheese.