Scientists suggest eating cheese, as it will help to control the sugar level in the blood.
Staff from the University of Alberta claim that cheese of any fat content can maintain normal blood sugar levels. The fact that dairy products reduce the susceptibility to insulin.
To prove this, scientists conducted an experiment. They divided the rodents into three groups. For eight weeks some test subjects were fed bacon and other cheeses from regular and reduced fat content.
It turned out that the mouse that ate the cheese had a heightened sensitivity to insulin. They are also more successfully regulated blood sugar levels. Therefore, the researchers concluded that the effectiveness of cheese is not associated with percent fat. Most likely, it’s all about calcium and protein.
In addition, the rodents were recorded fluctuations of phospholipids – chief component of cell membranes. Phospholipids are the main sources of phosphoric acid and are used to transport fats and cholesterol.
– Low level of active phospholipids causes diabetes and high resistance to insulin, says microbiologist Justin Diane.
The animals that ate fat, much lower levels of phospholipids compared with those who ate only cheese.
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