How you can with Co and Gouda. Your body can eat fit: Harzer: The caries scare.
What’s In It: Lean quark of spicy good taste with high protein content. High calcium value.
How much you should eat: “Up to 90 g a day can be enjoyed without restraint!” says Dr. Peter Brandt, Würzburg.
Goat cheese: The cancer killer What In Ihm Steckt: Up to 60% fat content. Top value for phosphate and vitamin A content.
What It Does: Reduces the risk of lung and colon cancer. Fights bone loss.
How much to eat: 40 g per day covers your daily needs. Prof.
Meyskens, Usa: “A secret weapon against cancer.” Gorgonzola: The Muscle Maker What’s In It: Semi-firm blue cheese from Italy, rich in vitamin B6 and calcium.
What It Does: Good for skin and muscles. Relieves liver and nervous system dysfunction.
What it does: sharpens eyesight and strengthens fingernails. However: Do not use it if you are overweight or diabetic.
How Much You Should Eat: At more than 25 g a day, the guilty conscience should set in.
Gouda: The strength maker What’s in it: Several fat levels (30-50%), rich in vitamin A and sodium What it does: Necessary for the growth and functioning of the mucous membranes.
How Much You Should Eat: Due to the high salt content, the best food for sweating athletes. 50 g per day is okay.
Emmental: The pick-me-up What’s In It: Made from unpasteurized cow’s milk, 45% fat content, high iron, calcium and salt content.