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Five Foods That Have Zero Carbohydrates | Healthy Eating

By Allison Childress MS, RD, LD, CSSD Updated December 12, 2018

If you are skeptical of low- or no-carbohydrate diets, you are not alone. However, low-carbohydrate diets can have some health benefits. According to a study published in The Lancet, participants who consumed low-carbohydrate diets had a lower risk of dying from a myocardial infarction (heart attack) or from cardiovascular disease. Including zero-carbohydrate foods in your diet may be easier than you think when you consider the variety of foods that are carb free.

Meats 

Most meats and eggs are carbohydrate free. Choose from beef, veal, pork, poultry, seafood, game meats and organ meats. Just because a food has zero carbs, doesn’t automatically mean that it’s healthy. Choose lean cuts of meat that have 7 grams of saturated fat or less. Good choices include sirloin, white-meat chicken, fish and shellfish. Some processed meats like hot dogs and sausage may have added sugars, so check the nutrition facts label on these types of meats to ensure that they are carb free.

Eggs

Eggs are also naturally free of carbs, so crack up and chow down. Eggs are an inexpensive source of high-quality protein, which along with the fat, can help to sustain your energy and mental alertness. The many vitamins and minerals in eggs, including choline, and vitamins A, B5, B12 and phosphorus, are good for your skin, hair, immune system and eye health.

Cheese

Although most dairy products contain carbohydrates due to a naturally occurring sugar called lactose, most cheeses are surprisingly carbohydrate free. Varieties such as cheddar, Parmesan, Muenster, provolone, Camembert, blue and cream cheese contain zero carbs. Cheeses can provide valuable nutrients in your diet such as protein and calcium. Choose light, low-fat or 2-percent milk cheeses if you are counting your calories.

Condiments

Your low- or no-carb lifestyle does not have to be boring and tasteless. Many condiments and seasonings make the cut. Tasty additions such as vinegar, hot sauce, mustard, mayonnaise and margarine will not break your carbohydrate bank. You can also spice up your foods with seasonings or herbs like cinnamon, garlic, lemon pepper and cayenne pepper. Skip condiments like ketchup and barbecue sauce if you are trying to go carb free. Barbecue sauce can contain as many as 6 grams of carbohydrates per serving.

Spirits 

Create your own carbohydrate-free happy hour. While beer, wine, frozen drinks and some mixed drinks can be carbohydrate heavy, it’s easy to eliminate carbs in some of your favorite libations. Typically, spirits like gin, vodka, whiskey and even rum contain zero carbohydrates. Mix them with any diet or sugar-free beverage to keep carbs at bay.

Olives

Chow down on olives, which provide a great salty snack. They contain zero carbs and are high in monounsaturated fats, which can be beneficial when you are trying to lower your cholesterol. The fat in olives can also help to keep you feeling full and satiated, which can result in less snacking and a reduction in the overall amount of calories you consume in a day.

What Kind of Cheese Is Good for a High Protein Low Carb Diet? | Healthy Eating

By Aglaee Jacob Updated November 21, 2018

Although some dairy products like milk and yogurt are high in carbs, the fermentation process required to produce cheese significantly reduces the amount of carbohydrates it contains to make it suitable for a low-carb diet. If you are also trying to increase your protein intake, some types of cheeses may be better options to add to your low-carb high-protein diet to help you meet your macronutrient goals.

Highest Protein Content

Cheese with a low moisture content tends to contain more protein per serving. Parmesan cheese has the highest protein content of all all cheeses, with 10 grams of protein per ounce. Most other cheeses contain an average of 6 to 7 grams of protein per ounce, whether you choose cheddar, Brie, Gouda, blue cheese or mozzarella. Don’t rely on cheese spreads, cottage cheese and ricotta cheese to boost your protein intake because these foods have some of the lowest protein content, with less than 3 grams of protein per ounce.

Lowest Carb Content

The longer a cheese is aged, the lower its carbohydrate content will be. During the aging process, the bacteria ferment the carbohydrates found in milk to produce cheese. Avoid fresh cheeses, which still contain a significant portion of the carbohydrates naturally found in milk. The same cheeses that are high in protein also have the lowest carbohydrate content. For example, Brie and goat cheese have 0.3 grams of carbs per ounce. Blue cheese and cheddar cheese have around 0.4 grams of carbs per ounce, and Parmesan cheese has about 0. 9 grams in the same serving size. Foods containing less than 1 gram of carbohydrates per serving are considered to be very low in carbs.

Cheeses To Avoid

To help you meet your goals in terms of macronutrient ratios, avoid cheese spreads, cream cheese, cottage cheese and ricotta cheese. These cheeses contain less than 3 grams of protein per ounce, which is less than half of what is found in most cheeses. Even though their carbohydrate content is still low, at about 1 gram per ounce, many people consume them in larger amounts, which could add up to a significant amount of carbohydrates. For example, although 1 cup of cottage cheese contains 14 grams of protein, it also contains almost 10 grams of carbohydrates.

High-Protein Low-Carb Cheesy Ideas

Cheese is a good food to add to your diet to increase your protein intake without affecting your carb intake. For example, you can melt a slice or two of cheddar cheese over meat patties, serve your steak with a blue cheese sauce or add grated cheese to your chicken salad. Try adding grated Parmesan to mashed cauliflower for a tasty high-protein low-carb substitute for mashed potatoes. You can also sprinkle Parmesan cheese over steamed broccoli or add mozzarella cheese to your morning vegetable omelet.

Carbs in Cheese




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which has about 0.36 grams of carbohydrate.
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Nutrition Facts


Serving Size 1 slice (1 oz)

Amount Per Serving

Calories

113

 

% Daily Values*

Total Fat

9. 28g

12%

Saturated Fat

5.906g

30%

Trans Fat

Polyunsaturated Fat

0.264g

Monounsaturated Fat

2.629g

Cholesterol

29mg

10%

Sodium

174mg

8%

Total Carbohydrate

0.36g

0%

Dietary Fiber

0g

0%

Sugars

0.15g

Protein

6.97g

Vitamin D

0mcg

0%

Calcium

202mg

16%

Iron

0.19mg

1%

Potassium

27mg

1%

Vitamin A

74mcg

8%

Vitamin C

0mg

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Carbs in Popular Cheeses | POPSUGAR Fitness

Want some cheese with that wine? Of course you do, or you wouldn’t be here. If you also want a cheese that fits into your low-carb diet, we have some good news. Most cheeses do! In fact, many are so low in carbs that they fit the stricter keto diet.

From asiago to Velveeta, this table lists the amount of carbs in each 1-ounce (or 28-gram) serving of the most popular cheeses out there, according to the United States Department of Agriculture Food Composition Database. So the next time you’re feeling cheesy, consult this list to help you decide what’s a gouda idea to snack on, and what’s nacho style. (We’re so sorry.)

CHEESE CARBOHYDRATES (grams)
American 3.25
Asiago 0
Blue 0
Brie .13
Burrata 0
Cheddar (sharp) .6
Colby .72
Cottage 1.49
Cream 1.56
Feta 1.1
Fontina .44
Goat (hard) .62
Gorgonzola 1
Gouda .63
Gruyère .1
Havarti 0
Limburger .14
Mascarpone 1
Monterey Jack 1
Mozzarella (whole milk) .68
Muenster .32
Nacho 2.26
Parmesan (grated) 3. 94
Pepper Jack 0
Provolone .61
Ricotta 2.04
Romano 1.03
Swiss .41
Velveeta 3

The Best and the Worst – Diet Doctor

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Rich, creamy dairy products — are they a good choice for low-carb eating? In some cases, yes.

You see, on a low-carb or keto diet, not all dairy products are equal. What’s more, responses to dairy can vary from person to person.

In this guide, we’ll let you know what’s potentially good and not so good about dairy, and help you make the best low-carb choices.

Key takeaways:

  • Responses to different dairy products are individual; some people do well eating large amounts, while others may be better off consuming little to no dairy.
  • There are many great keto-friendly dairy options, such as cheese, whole-milk Greek yogurt, cream, and butter.
  • Although you can probably include dairy on a low-carb or keto lifestyle, you may want to consider limiting it to break a weight-loss stall or to improve acne or digestive issues.

Visual guide

The graphic below shows how many carbs different dairy products contain. The numbers are per 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of each food, except where noted.

 

 


What is dairy?

Dairy products are foods or beverages that are made from the milk of mammals. In the US and Europe, dairy from cows’ milk is far more commonly consumed than other types. However, in some cultures, goat and sheep dairy are also very popular.

Milk is a relatively nutritious food that contains protein, fat, and carbohydrates:

  • Protein: The two main proteins in milk are casein and whey. About 80% of the protein in milk is casein and the remainder is whey.
  • Fat: Milk contains mostly saturated fats. Dairy fats are 70% saturated, 25% monounsaturated, 2.5% polyunsaturated, and 2.5% naturally occurring trans fats.
  • Carbs: Lactose (milk sugar) is the type of carb found in milk. In your digestive tract, it’s broken down into the single sugars galactose and glucose. Glucose then enters your bloodstream, raising blood sugar levels.

Dairy products made from milk include cream, cheese, butter, and yogurt — and their carb counts differ quite a bit.


Carb counts of different dairy products

Why are some types of dairy high in carbs and others low? It depends how they’re processed and how much lactose remains afterwards.

In general, milk that has been fermented with bacteria is lower in carbs than non-fermented dairy.

The list below contains the number of net carbs per 100-gram (3.5-ounce) serving of different dairy products, unless otherwise noted.

Carbs list

Butter, ghee: 0 grams of net carbs
Soft-ripened cheese (eg, brie, Camembert): 0. 5 grams of net carbs
Hard-aged cheese (eg, Swiss, cheddar, provolone): 1-3 grams of net carbs
Semisoft cheese (eg, Monterey Jack, havarti): 3 grams of net carbs
Plain Greek yogurt: 3 grams of net carbs
Heavy cream: 3 grams of net carbs
Cottage cheese: 4 grams of net carbs
Parmesan cheese: 4 grams of net carbs
Feta cheese: 4 grams of net carbs
Sour cream: 4 grams of net carbs
Light cream: 4 grams of net carbs
Cream cheese: 4-6 grams of net carbs
Ricotta cheese: 4-7 grams of net carbs
Whole-milk plain yogurt: 5 grams of net carbs
Half-and-half: 5 grams of net carbs
Buttermilk: 13 grams of net carbs per cup (8 ounces/240 ml)
Milk: 13 grams of net carbs per cup (8 ounces/240 ml)
Sweetened yogurt: 10 to 20 grams of net carbs

For example, when making cheese, milk is treated with bacteria that causes the lactose (sugar) to be fermented into lactic acid, thereby removing most of the carbs. Additionally, the liquid whey that results during processing — which contains protein, water, and lactose — is drained off, leaving mainly casein.

Similarly, during yogurt production, milk is treated with different strains of bacteria that ferment most of the lactose into lactic acid. However, it has a few more carbs than most cheese because some lactose remains.

The amount of carbs a yogurt contains is mainly influenced by the fermentation time. The longer it ferments, the more lactose is used up and the fewer carbs the end product has.

Here are the carb counts for some of the most common dairy products:

Lowest carb: (0-3 grams per 100 g/3.5 ounces)

  • Butter and ghee: Butter is made from milk fat and contains only trace amounts of lactose (sugar) and whey (protein). Ghee, also known as clarified butter, has had all lactose and whey removed. Butter has only 0.1 gram of carb and 0.1 gram of protein per 100 grams. So, like ghee, it’s essentially carb-free.
  • Soft-ripened cheese: Velvety brie, Camembert, and similar soft-ripened cheeses are among the lowest in carbs of all cheeses, with only 0.5 gram of carb per 100 grams.
  • Hard (aged) cheese: Rich in flavor, hard cheeses like cheddar, Swiss, and provolone contain very little lactose. They’re extremely keto-friendly; most provide about 1 gram of carb per 100 grams, although some may contain up to 3 grams.
  • Semisoft cheese: Midway between hard and soft cheese in texture, semisoft cheeses like mozzarella, Monterey Jack, and havarti are versatile and widely available in the US. They have slightly more carbs than most hard cheeses: about 2-3 grams per 100 grams. Veined blue cheeses like Gorgonzola and Stilton also belong to this category.
  • Plain Greek yogurt: If you’re a yogurt lover, plain Greek yogurt is by far your best choice for low-carb or keto eating. It has fewer carbs and is thicker than other yogurts because more of the liquid whey (which contains the milk sugar lactose) has been strained during processing. Although carb counts vary slightly among different brands, Greek yogurt has about 3 grams of carb per 100 grams (a little less than ½ cup) and 5 grams per 170-gram (¾ cup) container.
  • Heavy cream: Heavy cream is made by skimming the fat off the top of milk. Although it is much lower in carbs than milk, it’s not a zero-carb food. Heavy cream contains about 3 grams of carbs per 100 grams (about 0.5 gram per tablespoon).

Middle carb: (4-7 grams per 100 g/3.5 ounces)

  • Feta and Parmesan cheese: Even though they’re slightly higher in carbs than some other cheeses, feta and Parmesan can still be a good fit for a keto or low-carb diet. Both contain about 4 grams of carb per 100 grams (about ⅔ to 1 cup), or slightly more than 1 gram of carb per ounce (30 grams).
  • Light cream: Similar to heavy cream, but with a lower fat content, light cream provides 4 grams of carbs per 100 grams, or 0.5 gram per Tablespoon.
  • Sour cream: Adding lactic acid bacteria to light cream results in pleasantly tart-flavored sour cream. It also thickens the end product without changing the carb content: 4 grams per 100 grams.
  • Cottage cheese: Cottage cheese is made by adding acidic bacteria to milk, causing the casein to curdle and create curds that separate from the whey. These curds give cottage cheese its lumpy appearance. It contains about 4 grams of carb per 100 grams (approximately 1/2 cup).
  • Half-and-half: Appropriately named, this popular creamer choice contains 50% milk and 50% cream. It provides about 5 grams of carb per 100 grams, or 0.6 gram per Tablespoon.
  • Whole-milk plain yogurt: Like Greek yogurt, whole-milk plain yogurt is made with bacteria that ferment most of the lactose in milk into lactic acid. Because it isn’t strained, it retains a few more carbs than Greek yogurt does: about 5 grams per 100 grams, or 9 grams per 170-gram (¾ cup) container. Exact carb counts vary from brand to brand.
  • Kefir: Similar to yogurt in taste, kefir is a thick beverage made by fermenting milk with a combination of bacteria and yeast. The carb content varies between 4 and 7 grams per 100 grams, depending how it is made.
  • Ricotta cheese: Smooth, slightly sweet ricotta was traditionally made using the liquid whey left over from producing hard cheese. Today, it’s made from fresh whole milk and vinegar. Whole-milk ricotta contains about 4 to 7 grams of carbs per 100 grams (approximately ½ cup), although this can vary among different brands. Low-fat types are typically higher in carbs.
  • Cream cheese: Although its name might lead you to think it’s extremely low in carbs, cream cheese actually provides about 5-7 grams of carbs per 100 grams. It’s made by adding lactic acid bacteria to a combination of milk and cream and then heating the mixture, producing a rich, creamy texture. It can be a good choice on a keto diet when consumed in modest amounts.

Highest carb (12-25+ grams carbs per cup)

  • Milk: Although the amounts of fat differ, carb counts are the same for all types of milk: whole milk, low-fat, and nonfat (skim) milk: about 12 grams per cup (250 ml).
  • Buttermilk: Despite its name, buttermilk is actually quite low in fat — and high in carbs. In fact, it contains the same 12 grams of carb per cup as other types of milk.
  • Sweetened or fruit-flavored yogurt: Unsurprisingly, sweetened yogurts are very high in carbs: 20+ grams per 170-gram (¾ cup) container.
  • Light yogurt: What about “light” or “lite” yogurt? Although they’re marketed to health-conscious consumers, many light yogurts contain added sugar. Be sure to read labels. Some brands of “light” yogurt contain 18 or more grams of carb per 170-gram (¾ cup) container.

What are the benefits of consuming dairy on a keto or low-carb diet?

There are plenty of reasons to include dairy in a low-carb lifestyle.

Many low-carb dairy products are high in protein

Getting adequate protein is important for good health. Eating more protein — including dairy protein — can help you feel full and may slightly boost your metabolic rate, making it easier to achieve and maintain weight loss. In addition, higher protein and dairy diets show promise for helping lose fat mass while gaining lean muscle.

Most hard and soft cheeses are good options for protein, containing about 6 to 8 grams of protein per ounce (30 grams), or 18 to 25 grams per 100 grams.

Which cheese is highest in protein? That honor goes to Parmesan, which packs an impressive 35 grams of protein per 100 grams of cheese.

Greek yogurt is also fairly high in protein, with many brands providing 15 to 18 grams of protein per 175-gram (¾ cup) container.

Dairy provides important vitamins and minerals

Cheese and yogurt are rich in several key nutrients, including vitamin A, vitamin K2, vitamins B6 and B12, and zinc.

Dairy products have a reputation for being an excellent source of calcium, although some types have more than others. Getting adequate calcium via dairy products has been shown to reduce the risk of bone fractures.

Hard cheeses contain the most calcium, with Parmesan providing about 1,000 mg and Swiss and cheddar following closely behind with 720 to 790 mg per 100 grams, respectively.

Yet all types of cheese and yogurt still provide decent amounts of this important mineral. So choose whichever dairy products you prefer to eat. You can also get calcium from non-dairy foods.

Dairy consumption has been linked to good health

For the past several decades, we’ve been advised to limit our intake of butter, cream, and cheese because they contain a lot of saturated fat, which was thought to increase heart disease risk.

Yet according to most of the research to date, this recommendation appears to have been largely unwarranted.

In fact, high-fat fermented dairy products like cheese and yogurt seem to have neutral effects on heart health and may possibly even decrease heart disease risk.

Full-fat dairy products also provide conjugated linoleic acid, a naturally occurring trans fat that early research suggests can improve cardiovascular risk markers. However, more studies are needed to confirm this positive association.

Finally, a 2017 systematic review of 52 clinical trials concluded that consuming dairy products may help lower inflammatory markers in people with metabolic diseases, such as diabetes and obesity. A similar 2020 review found that dairy products had neutral to beneficial effects on inflammatory markers in healthy people and those with metabolic disease.

Dairy is tasty and filling

There’s no denying that many dairy foods are delicious, and they can even help other foods taste better. For example, topping vegetables or lean steak with butter or a cream sauce can make a world of difference to the palatability and flavor of your meal.

As Dr. Bret Scher, Diet Doctor’s Medical Director, likes to say, “Anyone who doesn’t like broccoli or spinach, in my opinion, likely hasn’t had them properly cooked in butter and sprinkled with real salt!”

In addition to being flavorful, cheese can also be very filling. In one randomized controlled trial (RCT), cheese was found to reduce hunger and trigger the release of “fullness hormones” more than cream or whipped cream.

Interestingly, a 2017 systematic review of 13 RCTs in adults found that although all types of dairy products seemed to increase feelings of fullness and decrease hunger, this didn’t lead to reduced intake at meals later in the day. However, these studies were conducted in people consuming high-carb diets.

Unfortunately, at this time no studies have tested a dairy-containing low-carb diet against a dairy-free one.


What are the potential drawbacks to eating dairy on a low-carb or keto diet?

Some dairy products can raise insulin levels

Of the three macronutrients — protein, carbs, and fat — carbs have been shown to raise blood sugar levels the most, by far. And when blood sugar goes up, it triggers your pancreas to release insulin.

Since lactose (milk sugar) breaks down to glucose during digestion, consuming high-lactose dairy products can raise both blood sugar and insulin levels.

So if your goals include keeping insulin levels low, it’s likely best to steer clear of milk, flavored yogurt, and other types of high-lactose dairy.

However, even some keto-friendly dairy foods, such as cheese, also raise insulin levels somewhat. In this case, it’s not the carbs but the protein — or more specifically, amino acids — that cause insulin to rise.

Why does this happen? During digestion, protein is broken down into individual amino acids, which are absorbed into your bloodstream. This prompts your pancreas to release insulin, which helps the amino acids get into your muscles.

In fact, this happens with all protein foods, although to a greater extent with some than others. For instance, hard cheese raises insulin more than eggs but less than fish and beef. Yet all four of these protein foods raise insulin far less than carb-containing foods.

Additionally, the whey protein in dairy is absorbed more rapidly than the casein. Therefore, consuming whey-containing dairy products may raise blood insulin levels more quickly than fermented dairy products that no longer contain whey.

What about butter and cream? Because they have very little protein, they have minimal to no effect on insulin levels.

One thing to keep in mind, however, is that small, temporary increases in insulin after protein-containing meals likely don’t have the same negative health implications as chronically elevated insulin levels.

Dairy may cause cravings

Although dairy is often considered filling, some people find that eating it causes cravings for more. One piece of cheese leads to another, then another. For some, it may seem almost impossible to stop eating.

This doesn’t happen in everyone, or likely even in most people. And there isn’t much high-quality research on the topic.

Still, there is some debate about whether dairy has addiction tendencies.

While the science is inconclusive, clinical experience shows that, for some, dairy may trigger a desire to keep eating more and effectively bypass hunger cues.

Too much dairy may cause weight-loss stalls

Cheese, cream, and whole-milk yogurt are very tasty. Unfortunately, the flip side of being so delicious is that they can be very easy to over consume.

Yes, these foods are generally a good fit for a low-carb or keto lifestyle. But eating too much of them may potentially cause a weight-loss stall — whether from too many calories, too many carbs, or a combination of both.

Some low-carb clinicians advise their patients to consume these foods in moderation. For example, in his “No sugar, no starch diet” Dr. Eric Westman recommends limiting cream of all types to less than 2 tablespoons per day and cheese of all types to less than 4 ounces (116 grams) per day. These are still pretty generous amounts.

For some people, further limiting dairy, or even cutting it out altogether, may be helpful if weight loss slows down or stalls.

Dairy may worsen acne and other skin issues

Can dairy cause or worsen acne? In some people, it might. Dairy has been shown to raise levels of insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1), a hormone that increases sebum production and has been found to play a large role in acne.

Observational studies in children, teens, and young adults suggest that all types of dairy, including cheese and yogurt, may be problematic for those who struggle with acne.

Read our complete guide, Can keto or low-carb diets improve acne?

Some people may be sensitive to dairy

In certain individuals, dairy may cause digestive issues or other symptoms.
The most common dairy-related issue is lactose intolerance, which occurs in people who lack the enzyme lactase.

Without this enzyme, lactose can’t be properly digested and absorbed. Instead, it passes into the colon, causing abdominal pain, bloating, gas, nausea and/or loose stools.

Lactose intolerance is quite common. It’s believed to affect up to two-thirds of people worldwide. However, it’s considerably less common in people of European ancestry.

People who are lactose intolerant can usually tolerate low-lactose dairy products like cheese or yogurt with little to no issues, although some may be sensitive to even the small amounts of lactose in these foods.

Sometimes people develop an allergy to one or more of the proteins in milk. Although somewhat common in children, true cow’s milk allergy is rare in adults. Those with milk allergies can experience symptoms such as hives, digestive upset, vomiting, and even anaphylaxis after consuming dairy.

There’s some evidence that certain individuals may be sensitive to A1 beta casein, the most common type of protein found in cows’ milk, which can lead to digestive symptoms similar to those of lactose intolerance.

Sheep and goat dairy, as well as dairy from cows that produce A2 beta casein milk, may be easier for people with an A1 beta casein sensitivity to digest. However, this topic requires further study.


Should you eat dairy on a keto or low-carb diet?

As is the case with many foods, response to dairy is highly individual.

Most people can include cheese, butter, Greek yogurt, and other low-carb dairy products on a keto diet without any issues. And there are a wide variety of keto-friendly dairy foods to savor and enjoy.

If you have a milk allergy, which is rare among adults, you should obviously avoid dairy products.

If you’re lactose intolerant, you may be able to enjoy small amounts of cheese, butter, and other low-lactose dairy products. However, if you react to even tiny amounts of lactose, steering clear of dairy altogether may make sense.

A dairy-free trial may also be a good idea if you find that dairy triggers cravings, is difficult to eat in moderation, or seems to cause skin breakouts or other symptoms. Give it about three to four weeks, as it may take some time to notice any improvement.

During your break from dairy, you can enjoy coconut cream or almond cream in coffee or tea. Diet Doctor also has several delicious dairy-free recipes and dairy-free meal plans.(Not a member? Sign up for a 30-day trial to try our meal plans and get access to other great member content.)

If you’ve experienced a weight-loss stall but don’t want to completely eliminate dairy, try limiting yourself to a couple of tablespoons of cream and a couple of ounces of cheese per day.

With a little experimenting, you’ll soon figure out which types and amounts of dairy are the best fit for your own keto or low-carb lifestyle.

Is Cheese Keto Friendly? – Carbs In Cheese – Advantage Meals Keto Diet

As the keto diet grows in popularity, I get lots of questions about what you can eat on this diet. One of the most common food questions is if cheese and if it’s allowed on a ketogenic diet.

I researched dozens of kinds of cheese and now I’m sharing all of the facts about

Most varieties of cheese are very low carb and are therefore keto friendly. Carbs in one ounce of cheese range from 0 grams up to 11 grams of carbohydrates. Hard cheeses tend to be lower carb than soft or spreadable cheese types.

Cheese has many nutritional benefits; it is rich in protein, calcium, and beneficial fatty acids.

Carbs In Cheese

On average, most natural hard cheese varieties have 1 gram of carbs in a 1 ounce serving. Most types of cheese are low in carbs, for example, 1 ounce or 28 grams of the common Cheddar Cheese contains just 1 gram of carbohydrates.

Table Of Carbs In Various Cheese Varieties

Cheese Variety CARBS Per 1 Ounce Serving 
GRUYERE CHEESE 0 gram
MANCHEGO CHEESE 0 gram
BURRATA CHEESE 0 gram
CAMEMBERT CHEESE 0.1 grams
PROVOLONE CHEESE 0.3 grams
BRIE CHEESE  0.5 grams
CHEDDAR CHEESE 0.6 grams
BLUE CHEESE 0. 7 grams
PARMESAN CHEESE 0.9 grams
GOAT CHEESE 0.12 grams
MUENSTER CHEESE  0.32 grams
MOZZARELLA CHEESE 0.68 grams
MASCARPONE CHEESE 1 gram
GORGONZOLA CHEESE 1 gram
ROMANO CHEESE 1 gram
SWISS CHEESE 1 gram
GOUDA CHEESE 1 gram 
FETA CHEESE 1 gram
CREAM CHEESE 1.5 grams
RICOTTA CHEESE 3 grams
COTTAGE CHEESE 6. 4 grams
GJETOST CHEESE 11 grams

Data Source: USDA FOOD CENTRAL

As you can see in the above-given table, the first twelve kinds of cheese contain less than 1 gram of carbs per 1 ounce serving, making them relatively more keto-friendly than the other varieties. 

The Lowest Carb Cheese Varieties?

Cheese is undoubtedly keto-friendly – but it’s not a carb-free food.

So you need to pay close attention to serving sizes since the small number of carbs in cheese can add up quickly.

The lowest carb types of cheese are firm white cheeses. These include Gruyere, Burrata, and Manchengo Cheese which are all effectively zero carb.

Table Of The Lowest Carbohydrate Cheese Varieties

Cheese Variety Carbs Count In 1 Ounce
Gruyere Cheese 0 gram
Burrata Cheese 0 gram
Manchego Cheese 0 gram
Provolone Cheese 0. 3 gram
Brie Cheese 0.5 gram
Cheddar Cheese 0.6 gram
Parmesan Cheese 0.9 gram
Mozarella Cheese 0.68 gram
Goat Cheese 0.12 gram
Romano Cheese 1 gram
Swiss Cheese 1 gram
Gouda Cheese 1 gram
Feta Cheese 1 gram

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The Highest Carb Cheese Varieties?

The cheese variety which is highest in carbohydrates is Gjetost Cheese which according to the USDA FoodCentral Database has 11 grams of total carbs, 0. 252 grams of fiber, and 10.748 grams of net carbs.

Gjetost cheese is a traditional brown cheese that is from Norway. It tastes like butterscotch and is very sticky. It sticks to the roof of your mouth like peanut butter; it’s one of the weirdest cheese varieties out there.

Gjetost is made with whey and the remaining liquid from cheesemaking. To make Gjetost, the whey is boiled until the liquid evaporates and the sugar caramelizes; that’s how it gets the butterscotch taste.

Table Of The Highest Carb Verities Of Cheese

High Carb Cheese Varieties Grams In 1 Ounce Serving
Spreadable Cheddar Cheese 3 gram
Ricotta Cheese 3 gram
Cottage Cheese 6.4 gram
Gjetost Cheese 11 gram

USDA FOODCENTRAL

Is Imitation Cheese Keto Friendly?

We are believers in eating real food, and that includes eating real cheese and that means we avoid imitation cheese.

First let’s figure out what Imitation Cheese is.

What Is Imitation Cheese?

Imitation cheese is one of the many varieties of processed cheese found in grocery stores worldwide. 

Imitation cheese is made from vegetable oil and is not the real dairy cheese. Imitation cheese is no substitute for cheese.

Commonly known for its inexpensive cost and long shelf life, it’s used in many homes all around the globe. High-quality cheese is a healthy option, but imitation cheese is not because it’s made from vegetable oil and casein, a protein found in milk used instead of the milk solids. 

So is it keto friendly?

Imitation cheese is usually pretty low carb, which makes it keto-friendly. However, since these cheeses are made with non-dairy milk or soy, they are best avoided in all healthy ways of eating. 

Carbs In Imitation Cheese

Let’s dig into the number of carbs present in imitation cheese; below is the carb count in one cup of imitation cheese.

Table Of Imitation Cheese Carbohydrate Profile

Carbs In 1 Cup Of Imitation Cheese Grams
Total Carbs 26 g
Fiber 0
Net Carbs 26 g

Data Source: Carb Manager

Imitation cheese is not keto friendly because one cup has 26 net carbs.

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Is American Cheese Keto Friendly?

In the United States, American Cheese is a very popular type of “prepared cheese product” that is usually sold in slices.

The term “cheese product” is a vague and unregulated term that tells us that it’s not real cheese.

By US law, American Cheese must contain at least 51% real cheese, which is why milk will always be the first ingredient. But from there, there are lots of other ingredients that make up the remaining 49% of this cheese-like product.

These extra ingredients greatly decrease the cost and increase the shelf life of these cheese slices.

I consider ‘prepared cheese products’ one step above imitation cheese and well below real cheese which is made exclusively of real milk.

American Cheese is somewhat keto-friendly. It contains 2 grams of carbs in a single slice which is about 3/4s of an ounce. This means that an ounce of American Cheese contains 2.66 grams of carbohydrates. It also includes a lot of ingredients other than milk.

HOW MUCH CHEESE CAN YOU EAT ON KETO?

You have many options of low carb cheeses that you can add to your daily menus, but keep in mind that they are not carb-free. If you keep a close count of your servings, you can add them safely to your keto menu.

The best way to do that is to check the labels of the cheese that you are buying; for example, if you buy the shredded cheese, they sometimes contain starch to prevent it from sticking, and this will add the carbs per serving.

It is always better to buy a whole block and do the shredding or cutting yourself. Another factor to consider while buying low carb cheese is that low-fat options generally yield a high carb count.

Choose the full-fat options and steer away from ones that have added starch or sweeteners.

You should also keep away from specialty cheeses as they often have ingredients such as fruit, chocolate, or wine, which ultimately changes the carb count.

Keto Cheese: Your Guide to Cheese on a Keto Diet

When most people think of a ketogenic diet, they think of bunless burgers covered in melted cheese, chunks of cheddar cheese with bacon and eggs, and even sugar-free ice cream. Some envision keto cheese foods like crispy mozzarella sticks and cheesy cauliflower.

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Well, they’re not entirely wrong. As long as you keep your net carbs (and thus, your total carbs) low, you can eat a lot of high-fat foods on a keto diet. And that includes dairy products — provided you can digest them without problems, of course.

Most people adopt a keto diet to feel better, improve their energy levels, or lose weight. Beyond sticking to a keto meal plan by properly calculating your macros, the kinds and quality of your food is key to your results.

Because keto and low-carb diets differ from the standard American diet, a common question keto beginners have is which foods are acceptable. Cheese is delicious, low-carb, and sugar-free. But not all cheeses are keto-friendly. 

In this article, you’ll learn which cheeses are healthy, which ones you should avoid, how to tell if you’re sensitive or intolerant to cheese and dairy products, and where cheese fits into your ketogenic diet.

What Is Cheese?

Cheese is a dairy product, usually derived from the milk of cows, buffalo, goats, or sheep. It contains the protein and fats from milk. Humans have made cheese for over 7,200 years, and cheesemaking predates recorded history[*].

During cheesemaking, cheese is acidified using naturally occurring bacteria, and sometimes by the addition of lemon juice or vinegar. The healthy bacteria in cheese convert the milk sugar lactose into lactic acid, which helps preserve the cheese.

After adding the enzyme known as rennet — which comes from the stomachs of ruminant mammals and causes cheese curds to form — cheesemakers press or strain cheese to remove most of the moisture content. 

Soft and semi-soft cheeses like mozzarella have a higher moisture content, while semi-hard and hard cheeses like cheddar and parmesan have lower moisture levels and are usually aged longer.

There are thousands of different cheeses from around the world. The style, texture, and flavor depends on the milk (including the animal’s diet), pasteurization, length of fermentation, fat content, use of bacteria and mold, processing methods, and aging and curing.

Most yellow or red cheeses get their color from the addition of annatto, which is an orange-red dye obtained from the seeds and pulp of a tropical tree called achiote. Cheesemakers can also add herbs, spices, or wood smoke as flavoring agents.

Nutritional Profile of Cheese

The nutritional profile of cheese varies according to the type of cheese. Soft and semi-soft cheeses often have more lactose (carb) content, while semi-hard and hard cheeses usually have less lactose.

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An ounce of brie, a soft cheese, contains[*]:

  • 93.5 calories
  • 5.8 g protein
  • 0.1 g carbs
  • 7.7 g fat
  • 28 mg cholesterol
  • 176 mg sodium

An ounce of Swiss Gruyere, a semi-soft cheese, contains[*]:

  • 116 calories
  • 8.3 g protein
  • 0.1 g carbs
  • 9.1 g fat
  • 30.8 mg cholesterol
  • 94.1 mg sodium

An ounce of cheddar, a semi-hard cheese, contains[*]:

  • 113 calories
  • 7 g protein
  • 0.4 g carbs
  • 9.3 g fat
  • 29.4mg cholesterol
  • 174 mg sodium

An ounce of parmesan, a hard cheese, contains[*]:

  • 110 calories
  • 10 g protein
  • 0.9 g carbs
  • 7.2 g fat
  • 19 mg cholesterol
  • 449 mg sodium

Benefits of Cheese

High-quality dairy products are a great source of micronutrients.

Cheese is high in fat (including the short-chain fatty acid, butyrate), protein, and calcium. It also has vitamin A, vitamin B12, zinc, phosphorus, and riboflavin. 

If you buy cheese made from 100% grass-fed milk, it also contains vitamin K2 and the omega-3 fatty acid, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA)[*].

All of these nutrients play essential roles in your body, and most people don’t get enough of them. If you’re not eating organ meats or fermented soy, including more grass-fed cheese in your diet is a great way to get more fat-soluble vitamins like vitamin A and K2. 

Raw cheese — similar to other probiotic dairy foods — can help populate your gut with good bacteria, such as Lactobacillus acidophilus, which can improve your digestion and reduce inflammation in your body[*].

Downsides of Cheese

Cheese can be a great source of nutrients, but does that mean everyone should consume it?

No. Lots of people have a sensitivity or allergy to dairy, which includes cheese.

There are two main reasons some people respond poorly to cheese: 

  1. They’re intolerant to lactose (milk sugar) in milk products
  2. They’re intolerant or allergic to casein (a milk protein) found in dairy products 

Some people lack the necessary digestive enzymes to break down these sugars and proteins.

If you can’t digest lactose or casein, you’re likely to experience some unpleasant side effects:

  • Fatigue
  • Metabolic issues
  • Skin problems, like rashes and acne
  • Digestive issues

If you have a casein intolerance, you may be able to eat A2 cheese. A2 cheeses are made using milk from specially bred cows whose milk contains less A1 casein. Studies have linked A1 casein to more problems in people who have casein sensitivities[*].

Whether or not you have a sensitivity to dairy, poor-quality cheeses are off limits. 

Some foods labeled “cheese” are not cheeses, but are actually lab-made products with unhealthy refined oils, artificial flavors, preservatives, and added sugars. 

Low-quality real cheese can also contain contaminants from factory farms as well as unnatural byproducts of homogenization (mixing) and high-heat pasteurization[*].

Can Cheese Help You Lose Weight?

Assuming you don’t have any dairy sensitivities and purchase high-quality keto cheese, you can enjoy some cheese on your keto diet. But what about during weight loss? Some people advocate avoiding cheese on “clean keto.” 

Clean keto sounds impressive, but there’s nothing dirty about high-quality cheese. Cheese will not raise your blood sugar or kick you out of ketosis. If you aren’t losing weight on keto, don’t blame cheese. 

The fact is, to lose weight on keto you need to create a mild caloric deficit through diet and exercise. You will eat minimal amounts of carbs, adequate protein to maintain your lean body mass, and the rest of your calories will come from fat.

By restricting carbs and eating plenty of healthy proteins and fat, your body will go into ketosis. You will use fat for fuel, allowing you to burn more fat at rest and during exercise.

The only issue with eating cheese happens if you eat a lot of cheese along with too many calories from other foods.

If you eat too many calories, you can’t remedy the problem with more exercise. But there’s a simple solution: avoid snacking, stick to a fixed meal schedule, and make sure you’re getting enough to eat at each meal. 

Not sure how much you’re eating? Track your calories for a few days in a meal tracking app like MyFitnessPal.

How to Choose the Best Keto Cheese

There is a vast difference between high-quality organic cheese, made using traditional methods, and mass-produced factory-farmed cheese. Here are some questions to keep in mind when shopping for keto cheese.

Is It Homogenized?

Natural milk is not homogenized. Cheese made with homogenized milk is less healthy than cheese made with whole, non-homogenized milk. This is because the homogenization process creates unnatural byproducts through molecular fragmentation. That means that your body won’t recognize the chopped-up fats and proteins. 

When cheese is made locally using traditional methods, it doesn’t have that issue. But if a cheese is made with mass-produced milk, or if it is made with skim milk or labeled as “reduced fat,” avoid it.

Is It Pasteurized?

Pasteurization is another industrial process that reduces the health benefits of cheese and other dairy products. 

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For thousands of years, people drank raw (unpasteurized) milk and made cheese with raw milk. It’s only when people began living in dense cities, with higher temperatures and longer transport times, that dairy products grew dangerous bacteria and people got sick.

To solve that problem, milk producers began heating their milk to kill the bacteria — a process invented by Louis Pasteur in the mid-nineteenth century.

Pasteurization may have made sense a hundred years ago, but now we know it also kills beneficial bacteria, destroys beneficial enzymes, and alters or destroys healthy fats and proteins.

Opt for cheese made with raw milk. It’s probiotic, contains enzymes that help you digest dairy, and has all of its nutritional benefits intact. Same goes for other fermented dairy products like sour cream and full-fat Greek yogurt.

Is It Organic?

Whenever possible, buy organic cheese and other dairy products like heavy cream.

Organic dairy products are better than conventional dairy products but not as good as organic and raw.

Organic cheese is often still made from homogenized and pasteurized milk, but at least you know the animal that provided the milk was fed an organic diet and was not given synthetic hormones. 

Is It Grass-Fed?

Finally, it’s important that you eat cheese made from milk produced by grass-fed cows. 

Grass-fed cheese is a big deal because cows are supposed to eat grass. Feeding cows a diet of grass instead of grains and refined carbs, increases the beneficial omega-3 fatty acids and fat-soluble vitamins in their milk[*].

Which Cheeses Are the Healthiest?

Most people don’t know cheese has the following health benefits:

  • Healthy bacteria found in cheese improves gut health, increase metabolism, and improve digestion[*].
  • Saturated fatty acids in cheese (including myristic acid and palmitic acid) increase HDL, small dense LDL, and total cholesterol[*].
  • Saturated fatty acids in cheese (including lauric acid) inhibit bacteria and viruses[*].
  • Oleic acid in cheese prevents coronary heart disease and stabilizes cell membranes[*].
  • Alpha-linoleic acid found in cheese is an omega-3 fatty acid that reduces inflammation[*].
  • Magnesium found in cheese reduces blood pressure[*].
  • Zinc found in cheese improves immune function and gene expression[*].
  • Selenium found in cheese reduces cancer risk, improves allergy symptoms, and lowers heart disease risk[*].

Here are some of the very best cheeses to include in your keto diet or use in keto recipes:

  • Blue cheese
  • Brie
  • Cheddar
  • Colby
  • Cream cheese
  • Feta
  • Gouda
  • Havarti
  • Jarlsberg
  • Monterey Jack
  • Muenster
  • Paneer
  • Parmesan cheese
  • Provolone
  • Swiss cheese
  • Whole mozzarella cheese

In general, the best cheeses for your keto diet are high in fat content, moderate to high in protein content, low in carbohydrates, and contain healthy probiotic bacteria.

Which Cheeses Should You Avoid?

While high-quality cheese is a healthy choice, highly processed cheese foods are not.

Avoid refined cheese foods, cheese spreads, and imitation cheeses because they are homogenized and pasteurized. 

They’re also made in large batches in factories and usually contain unhealthy ingredients like artificial flavoring, dyes, preservatives, and even sugar.

In the United States, the FDA requires that manufacturers label these fake foods as “pasteurized process cheese,” “pasteurized process cheese food,” or “pasteurized process cheese spread.” So avoid anything with those labels.

Here are other cheeses you don’t want in your shopping cart:

  • Pre-sliced cheese “singles”
  • Bagged shredded cheese
  • Soy “cheese,” cheese analog, and other vegan cheese substitutes
  • Low-fat or reduced-fat cheese

Cheese singles and pre-shredded cheese contain artificial preservatives and added starches to keep them from sticking together. It’s best to slice or shred cheese yourself.

While almond milk, coconut milk, and other non-dairy milks are usually keto-friendly, most vegan cheeses are not. That’s because they’re often made with soy, which is not a healthy choice for a keto diet. Typically, cheese substitutes also contain less fat and more carbs than real cheese. One ounce of cheese analog has 70 calories, 3.2 grams of protein, 7 grams of carbs, and 3.7 grams of fat.

As mentioned, low-fat and reduced-fat cheese is highly processed (a bad thing) and usually made with skim milk (also a bad thing). Stick with full-fat cheeses only.

Finally, some cheeses contain less fat or more carbs than other cheeses. You can still eat them as long as you remember not to eat too many carbs overall. But make sure to keep an eye on your macros if you eat cottage cheese or ricotta cheese.

How to Know If You’re Sensitive or Intolerant to Cheese

Lactose, a sugar found in milk, is the most common cause of dairy sensitivities. Lactose intolerance occurs because lactose is difficult to break down and digest for people who lack the lactase enzyme.

Some people lose the ability to produce lactase after infancy, while others continue to create it their whole lives. While there are degrees of lactose intolerance, it all comes back to lactase production.

Lactase production is mostly genetic[*]. Lactose intolerance affects 90% of people of East Asian descent, and also commonly affects people with West African, Arab, Jewish, Greek, and Italian ancestry. But only about 5% of people of Northern European descent are lactose intolerant[*]. 

If you have lactose intolerance, you’re likely to experience:

  • Gas
  • Bloating
  • Cramping
  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea 

You may still be able to eat hard cheeses like parmesan because they are extremely low in lactose.

While most people have heard about lactose intolerance, a lesser-known culprit in dairy sensitivities is casein. Sensitivity to casein — a protein found in milk — comes with the same set of symptoms as lactose intolerance, plus allergic symptoms.

If you experience any of the following, along with an upset stomach, a casein sensitivity might be to blame:

  • Hives
  • Itching
  • Wheezing
  • Anaphylaxis (severe, whole-body swelling including your airways)
  • Facial flushing 

What to Do About Dairy Sensitivities

Dairy sensitivity can range from uncomfortable or embarrassing (digestive problems) to life-threatening (anaphylaxis), so you should speak to a trusted physician if you suspect you may have these issues.

If you do have a dairy sensitivity, you may want to ditch dairy altogether. Dairy isn’t required on the keto diet, and if it doesn’t work for you, you can say goodbye.

But if you’re just starting keto and suspect you might have a dairy sensitivity, there’s some good news: keto can reduce lactose intolerance symptoms in some people. 

It turns out the issue sometimes has more to do with overall carbs and not dairy or lactose in particular.

While there aren’t yet any studies to confirm this, anecdotal evidence suggests that by improving insulin sensitivity and reducing inflammation, some keto dieters can reverse lactose intolerance — or whatever sensitivity was mistakenly believed to be lactose intolerance that was actually caused by poor overall diet.

Consider a 30-Day Dairy Elimination Period

Whether you have a known dairy sensitivity or not, Dr. Anthony Gustin suggests cutting out dairy for 30 days before or after you begin keto.

Remove Dairy From Your Diet

Don’t change any other variables, and take note of any changes in your health after you cut out dairy products. Even if you think you feel healthy, you may notice improvements you didn’t realize were possible.

Although digestive issues are the most noticeable symptoms, dairy sensitivities don’t just affect the gut. They’re also associated with:

  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Skin issues (acne, dry or itchy skin, dandruff)
  • Bloating
  • Weight gain 

If you do have a dairy sensitivity, this is where you’ll notice major improvements.

Take Note After 30 Days

After 30 days, take note of how you feel. If you notice improvements, it doesn’t mean you can never have dairy, but it does indicate you were reacting to something.

Reintroduce

The final step is to slowly and systematically reintroduce healthy cheeses and other keto-approved dairy foods. Add one food every 1-2 weeks and see how you respond.

Because not all dairy is the same, you need to learn how each type of dairy food affects you.

Keto Cheese Is Possible

The good news for cheese lovers is that yes, cheese is keto-friendly. It’s low in carbs, and it can be a great source of healthy fats and protein. 

But remember: for anyone — keto or not — it pays to buy high-quality cheeses and other dairy products. That means non-homogenized, unpasteurized, and organic cheese made from grass-fed milk using traditional methods.

If you stick with the highest quality keto cheese (and other low-carb dairy products), you will benefit in terms of weight loss, better strength and energy levels, and optimal hormone levels.

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Ingredients and calorie content of a sandwich with butter and cheese

The nutritional value and calorie content of a loaf with butter and cheese are presented in the tables below. For the calculation, the following indicators of the calorie content and nutritional value of the ingredients were taken:


100 grams of product
Proteins (g) Carbohydrates (g)
Fat (g)

Caloric content (Kcal)
Baton 7,7 54.3 1,3 262
Butter 0.6 0.9 82.5 748
Cheese 24.1 0.3 29.5 365
Total 32.4 55.5 113.3 1375

Calorie content of 1 sandwich with butter and cheese

1 sandwich
Proteins (g)
Carbohydrates (g) Fat (g)
Caloric content (Kcal)

Baton
2.31 16.29 0.39 78.6

Butter
0.06 0.09 8.25 74.8
Cheese 1.7 0.045 4.5 54.7
Total 4.07 16,425 13.14 208.1

Calculations are made on the basis of the following proportions: to prepare 1 sandwich, you will need 30 g of a loaf, 10 g of Ekomilk butter and 15 g of Russian cheese.

You can reduce the calorie content of the sandwich and increase its usefulness by replacing the sliced ​​loaf with bran or whole grain bread. You can also use curd cheese, which contains less fat than “Russian”.

90,000 calories and properties. The benefits and harms of cheese

Cheese properties

Nutritional value and composition |
Vitamins |
Minerals

How much does cheese cost (average price per 1 kg.)?

Moscow and Moscow region

250 RUB

Cheese belongs to the category of food products that are obtained from milk using lactic acid bacteria and clotting enzymes. The beneficial properties of cheese have been known for 70 centuries. And today this wonderful product is present in the kitchen of almost every person.

The taste and gastronomic value of this dairy product largely depends on the type of cheese, as well as the right combination of drinks and products that are served with this delicacy.Sandwiches with cheese familiar to many do not reveal its full flavor and aroma. For example, many soft and hard varieties work well with juicy and sweet fruits. The best option is cheese canapes with fruit. It is a good idea to add this product to summer green salads, to which cheese gives a certain density and pungency.

Cheese goes well with hot dishes. Young cheese will give the food a juicy taste, while more mature varieties will give it a special aroma and crispy crust.The choice of alcoholic beverages is also important: the ideal option is wine. Tart wines are served with hard cheese, while more delicate varieties require delicate grape drinks.

Cheese composition

From a dietary point of view, cheese is a unique food product, as it surpasses even some types of meat in nutritional value. The composition of the cheese completely repeats the composition of milk, only in a more significant concentration. For example, cow’s milk contains 3.2 percent of proteins, and cheese contains at least 20 percent.In addition, the calorie content of cheese is quite high, so it is a hearty and nutritious product.

By the presence of amino acids, cheese proteins are close to the proteins of human organs and tissues, due to which the composition of cheese is considered very useful. In addition, this dairy product also contains such essential amino acids that the body does not produce on its own – methionine, tryptophan and lysine.

Cheese

Cheese is both an everyday product and a delicacy at the same time.And all because there are countless types and varieties of cheese. First of all, according to the method of production, this product is divided into hard, soft, brine and processed (melted). The most common in our country are:

The benefits of cheese

Speaking about the benefits of cheese, the first thing that comes to mind is the huge amount of minerals and vitamins in its composition. This not only has a beneficial effect on the state of the body as a whole, but also helps to cope with some diseases.

The benefits of cheese are invaluable for humans, due to its properties it is easy and completely assimilated in the body. Doctors strongly advise children, pregnant and elderly people, as well as those who suffer from bone damage and tuberculosis to regularly use this wonderful product.

Damage to cheese

In addition to the beneficial qualities, they often remember the possible dangers of cheese. People with urolithiasis, stomach diseases, acute pyelonephritis, gastritis with high acidity and colitis are advised to eat cheeses in minimal quantities or completely abandon them.

Caloric content of cheese 350 kcal

Energy value of cheese (The ratio of proteins, fats, carbohydrates – bju):

Proteins: 26.3 g (~ 105 kcal)
Fats: 26.6 g (~ 239 kcal)
Carbohydrates: 0 g (~ 0 kcal)

Energy ratio (b | f | y): 30% | 68% | 0%

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Product proportions. How many grams?

Nutritional value and composition of cheese

Cholesterol

80 mg

EFA – Saturated fatty acids

15.3 g

Organic acids

2 g

Vitamins

Minerals

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Cheeses contain proteins up to 25%, milk fat up to 60%, and minerals up to 3.5%, excluding table salt.Cheese proteins are better absorbed by the body than dairy proteins.
Extractive substances of cheeses have a beneficial effect on the digestive glands, stimulate the appetite. Nutrients contained in cheese are assimilated by the body by 98-99%.
Cheese contains vitamins A, D, E, B1, B2, B12, PP, C, pantothenic acid and others. Different types of cheese contain different amounts of fat and protein, so their energy value fluctuates.
Proteins, fats, minerals are contained in cheese in about the same proportions as in milk.Calcium and phosphorus in cheese are in an optimally balanced ratio.

The data in the table is based on 100 g of product.

kJ kcal proteins fats carbohydrates
Apenzeller, 50% fat 1674 400 27.8 31.2
Cheese, brie, 50% fat 1444 342 22.6 27.9
Cheese, cream, 50% fat 1453 344 21.1 28.8
Camembert 60% fat 1596 378 17.9 34.0
Cheese, creamy, soft, 60% fat 1359 330 11.3 31.5
Cheese, Eden, 40% fat 1333 315 26.1 23.4
Cheese, gourmet, 50% fat 1493 355 21.1 29.8
Cheese, Emmental, 45% fat 1622 383 28.7 29.7
Gorgonzola, 45% fat 1515 358 19.4 31.2
Gouda, 45% fat 1543 365 25.5 29.2
Cheese, Greyersky, 45% fat 1734 410 29.8 32.3
Cheese, hartsky, 10% fat 541 127 30.0 0.7
Mozzarella, 45% fat 950 225 19.9 16.1
Cheese, Munster, 45% fat 1217 290 21.6 22.6
Parmesan 45% fat 1586 375 35.6 25.8
Cheese, 50% fat 1548 370 11.9 26.4
Cheese, Tilsit, 45% fat 1500 355 26.3 27.7
Tofu (soy sir) 322 77 6.8 5.0 0.8

90,000 Does the cheese contain carbohydrates.Calorie content of cheese, composition, bju, useful properties and contraindications

Russian cheese is a well-known domestic product. It has a delicate taste and a pronounced, characteristic only to him pattern, which is called “small lace”. It is prepared from pasteurized milk, which is curdled in the process and then pressed, using rennet and mesophilic lactic acid bacteria. The variety of varieties depends on the fat content of the milk and the preparation method.


Description

Russian cheese has elastic consistency, beautiful creamy, slightly yellow color and small holes of various shapes.The taste is pronounced, sour, traditional for semi-hard and hard varieties. After 70 days of aging from the date of manufacture, the dairy product goes on sale. Its cost is not too high, which makes cheese even more popular.

This variety first appeared on the shelves in the early 60s. In the manufacturing process, milk from the Uglich State Farm was used. The variety is widely used in cooking: it is used for making sandwiches, salads and snacks, grated and added to hot dishes.

Meat, fish and vegetables are baked with Russian cheese, pizza, pastries and casseroles are prepared.

Food and energy value

Calories and
BZHU
per 100 grams:

55% fat is more often found in processed Russian cheese, which is highly not recommended for dieting.

Composition and benefits

Natural, high-quality cheese contains:

  • pasteurized cow’s milk;
  • salt;
  • calcium chloride;
  • annatto extract;
  • rennet.

The product contains vitamins A, B, D, E, PP and minerals necessary for the proper functioning of the body.
A large amount of calcium contributes to the normal functioning of the myocardium, improves the health of teeth, nails, and the musculoskeletal system.

Russian cheese is the most nutritious because it contains a large number of calories. It contains a lot of high quality protein that the human body needs. Most of the protein is in a soluble form, making it easy to digest.

High fat and caloric content do not allow the use of the product in large quantities, as this can lead to undesirable consequences, weight gain.
It is recommended to eat a daily portion not exceeding 80 g. Only fresh product can be eaten.

One of the most popular types of dairy products is Russian cheese. Its calorie content is very high, but universal love and affection is due not only to this, but also to a large number of other reasons.I would like to note the fact that this variety is one of the most basic and constantly existing on store shelves. But it’s true, as long as you can remember, it’s so long and you see this cheese on the market. Starting from the times of the USSR and ending with our days. Also worthy of attention is a large assortment of this type, depending on its manufacturer (in which there is no shortage at the moment).

Features of the product

Cheese “Russian”, the calorie content of which is quite high, has a certain taste difference from other types, which can be aimed exclusively at a narrow circle of consumers (for example, with mold).It has a rather pronounced sourish, but traditionally recognizable taste. Plus, its cost is at a democratic level, thanks to which everyone can afford to pamper themselves, which is quite relevant lately.

This type of dairy product is produced in Russia and some CIS countries. Pasteurized milk is used as an initial raw material for its preparation. It is referred to as semi-hard rennet cheeses. This enzyme is added to cow’s milk along with a special ferment that contains lactic acid bacteria.Cheese “Russian”, the calorie content of which rises several times at the end of production, is also distinguished by its yellowish color, and on the cut you can see small eyes and white lace.

Despite the high level of fat content, this product is in no way inferior in its taste to other varieties. As for cooking and preparing different dishes, it is even more popular than other cheeses. Particular relevance can be emphasized for the preparation of casseroles, salads, pizzas, hot dishes and snacks.

Composition, vitamins, minerals

One of the most useful products is Russian cheese. Its calorie content is very high, since a third of this product is pure protein. On the other hand, due to this, it can be used instead of meat products in some vegetarian dishes. There is one essential element in this cheese called milk fat, which is very well accepted by the body. Despite the fact that there are practically no carbohydrates in this product, it has a fairly large and impressive list of vitamins B 12, B 6, B9, C, PP, A.And due to the fact that cheese contains vitamin B 12, it helps during the treatment of diseases associated with hepatitis, anemia and anemia. It is impossible not to note the positive effect of the product on men’s health due to the zinc content. Naturally, calcium and phosphorus are present, as in other dairy products, which is important for bone structure. Therefore, cheese is recommended for those patients who have had joint diseases. Thus, the product has become not only tasty, but also useful, having a sufficiently large mineral and vitamin composition, due to which it is recommended for inclusion in the diet.

Useful properties of “Russian” cheese

Many doctors and nutritionists say that one of the most useful is the “Russian” cheese 50%. Calorie content may indicate its satiety, but at the same time it contributes to:

  1. Strengthening teeth, bones, hair and nails.
  2. Improving the energy balance.
  3. Improving metabolism.
  4. Activates the brain.
  5. Quickly recovers strength not only after mental, but also after physical exertion.
  6. Promotes proportional development and growth of the body.

Cheese “Russian”: calories per 100 grams

  • Proteins: 23.2 g.
  • Fats: 29.5 g.
  • Carbohydrates: 0 g.

The Russian cheese is incredibly nutritious (calories / proteins / fats / carbohydrates: 364 kcal / 25% / 73% / 0%), so you need to keep track of what you eat. Since everything is good in moderation and should not be abused. Naturally, these words mean nothing to true connoisseurs.

Harm to cheese

With all the positive qualities of this product, there are still several negative points that must be said, because this can cause problems in the future. Due to the fact that this cheese has a very high percentage of fat and calorie content, it is still worth refusing to use it for the category of people who have some problems with overweight and obesity, and for those who have been prescribed a low-fat light diet. If you adhere to all the recommendations and common sense, do not overeat it, then the product will only benefit.

Naturally, improper storage of cheese can cause a lot of harm, in which case diarrhea is not the worst option. Some consumers continue to consume the product even after the mold appears on it, thinking that there is nothing wrong with it, but in fact it can create a lot of problems.

Also, due to the diuretic effect inherent in cheese, people who suffer from urolithiasis may experience discomfort.

Characteristic

It is difficult to argue with the fact that the high calorie content of Russian cheese (50% fat) comes to the fore.This forces us to be careful about adding it to various dishes. This is due to the fact that any salad or appetizer in which it is used becomes one third more calories. At the same time, there is a certain circle of nutritionists who nevertheless oppose the mass production of cheeses, where pasteurized milk is taken as the basis. The described view, in fact, is produced in this way. This is due to the fact that such a product does not contain even a small fraction of what such cheeses should actually contain (we are talking about useful properties).Due to the maximum amount of saturated fatty acids, coconut and palm oil, it is so harmful to the body that it is quite capable of causing Alzheimer’s disease. This applies only to those species in which traces of vegetable fats have been found. As for the rest, this issue is not even discussed, an exceptionally reasonable use leads only to a positive effect.

Russian cheese, mdzh 50% dry in-ve
is rich in vitamins and minerals such as:
vitamin A – 32%, vitamin B2 – 16.7%, vitamin B12 – 50%, vitamin PP – 30.5%, calcium – 88%, phosphorus – 62.5%, chlorine – 54.3%, selenium – 26 , 4%, zinc – 29.2%

  • Vitamin A
    is responsible for normal development, reproductive function, skin and eye health, and maintaining immunity.
  • Vitamin B2
    participates in redox reactions, enhances the color sensitivity of the visual analyzer and dark adaptation. Insufficient intake of vitamin B2 is accompanied by a violation of the condition of the skin, mucous membranes, impaired light and twilight vision.
  • Vitamin B12
    plays an important role in the metabolism and conversion of amino acids. Folate and vitamin B12 are interrelated vitamins and are involved in hematopoiesis.Lack of vitamin B12 leads to the development of partial or secondary folate deficiency, as well as anemia, leukopenia, thrombocytopenia.
  • Vitamin PP
    participates in redox reactions of energy metabolism. Insufficient vitamin intake is accompanied by disruption of the normal state of the skin, gastrointestinal tract and nervous system.
  • Calcium
    is the main component of our bones, acts as a regulator of the nervous system, is involved in muscle contraction.Calcium deficiency leads to demineralization of the spine, pelvic bones and lower extremities, increases the risk of osteoporosis.
  • Phosphorus
    takes part in many physiological processes, including energy metabolism, regulates acid-base balance, is a part of phospholipids, nucleotides and nucleic acids, is necessary for the mineralization of bones and teeth. Deficiency leads to anorexia, anemia, rickets.
  • Chlorine
    is necessary for the formation and secretion of hydrochloric acid in the body.
  • Selenium
    – an essential element of the antioxidant defense system of the human body, has an immunomodulatory effect, is involved in the regulation of the action of thyroid hormones. Deficiency leads to Kashin-Beck’s disease (osteoarthritis with multiple deformities of the joints, spine and limbs), Keshan’s disease (endemic myocardiopathy), hereditary thrombasthenia.
  • Zinc
    is a part of more than 300 enzymes, participates in the processes of synthesis and breakdown of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, nucleic acids and in the regulation of the expression of a number of genes.Insufficient consumption leads to anemia, secondary immunodeficiency, liver cirrhosis, sexual dysfunction, and fetal malformations. Recent studies have revealed the ability of high doses of zinc to disrupt the absorption of copper and thereby contribute to the development of anemia.

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Russian cheese is the most popular type of cheese among our compatriots.It is a semi-hard rennet cheese made from the highest quality pasteurized milk with the addition of lactic acid bacteria and rennet. Russian cheese is usually yellow in color, its cut is strewn with small eyes. The fat content of the product is about 50%, and the calorie content is 364 kcal per 100 grams of cheese.

The history of Russian cheese begins in the USSR, since then the demand for this cheese not only does not fall, but increases every year. The cheese owes its popularity to its taste, among which there is sourness.You can compare this cheese in taste with Edam or Gouda, only it is slightly more dry and bland.

Cheese is rich in B vitamins. It also contains vitamins, vitamin D and vitamin C, beta-carotene and vitamin E.

Russian cheese contains many minerals, among them: zinc, iron, copper, manganese, phosphorus, sulfur, potassium, magnesium, sodium. Calcium is found most in cheese. This product contains both saturated fatty and organic acids, fat, water and cholesterol.Russian cheese is one of the most nutritious and high-calorie food products.

Useful properties

Russian cheese has more than enough useful properties. Calcium prevailing in cheese is indispensable for strengthening bones and joints, improves the condition of hair, nails and tooth enamel. B vitamins help metabolic processes in the body and speed up metabolism. Vitamin B12 helps with anemia, anemia and hepatitis.

Russian cheese contains more amino acids and protein than meat or fish.These components are essential for the normal functioning of the body. Protein is a building block of cellular material, and due to the fact that it is in a soluble form in the product, protein is easily absorbed by the body.

Russian cheese is useful to include in the diet of people of different age categories, especially children and the elderly.

Application

Russian cheese is widely used in cooking. It is often used to prepare various dishes such as salads, main courses, various casseroles, and pizza.This product is ideal for breakfast, it is also suitable for a sandwich and for scrambled eggs. Cheese looks great on a cheese platter paired with fruit. It is perfectly baked in the oven, which gives free rein to the imagination of the cook.

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Anari Cheese
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Rocamadour (French Rocamadour) is an elite variety of cheeses originally from France. It is highly valued by gourmets, first of all, for its excellent taste, aroma, and consumer qualities. Rocamadour is based on selected goat milk, and in the process of its production, special varieties of mold are used.This type of cheese is made only in certain geographical areas of France, and nowhere else. This is actually Rocamadour, as well as Carluse and Gama – all of them are located on the Quercy plateau, which is distinguished by a warm climate and fertile lands.
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Today, cheese is a product of frequent consumption in food How much protein, fat and carbohydrates in cheese, you will learn in this article.Do cheese contain carbohydrates and do they affect your weight? Cheese is used both in its original form – slices for appetizers, for sandwiches, in the form of slicing into numerous salads and making sandwiches, and is included in all kinds of fillings, prepared in grated form, where dishes sprinkled with cheese for baking in the oven are especially popular, be- then pizzas, pies or main courses.

Vitamins Despite everyday use, few people think about what is included in everyone’s favorite cheese.Cheese contains a large list of vitamins: A, B1, B2, B6, B9, B12, C, E, PP, Beta-carotene, which have a positive effect on our body. In addition to vitamins, cheese is rich in micro and marco elements. These are iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, copper, sodium, phosphorus and zinc .. Cheese carbohydrates in it constitute a minimum percentage of the content.

This is often 0% carbohydrates for hard, semi-hard and some soft cheeses such as Swiss, Adyghe, Dutch, Roquefort, cheddar, etc.and the same applies to feta cheese. Accordingly, such cheeses can be used during a diet and on fasting days. How many carbohydrates are in cheese, homemade cheese contains about 1.8% carbohydrates, processed smoked ones, such as sausage cheese – 3.7% carbohydrates, in second place in carbohydrate content are sweet processed cheeses and glazed cheeses are in first place, respectively – 32% carbohydrates …

Like most healthy foods, in addition to vitamins, cheese contains proteins, fats, carbohydrates.On average, proteins make up about 18% -26% of the total mass of the product, fats – about 20% -32%. It all depends on the type of cheese. For example, homemade cheese contains the least amount of fat – only 4% – this is a pleasant exception, while Swiss cheese contains the most – 31.8%, which is not far from Dutch round cheese and cheddar – 30.5% fat. The largest amount of proteins is in the Baltic cheese – 30%, in the second place is the Yaroslavl cheese – 26.8%, and in the third place is Estonian, Dutch bar and Poshekhonsky – 26% of proteins each.

Least of all proteins, again, in homemade cheese with a fat content of 4% – 17% protein. Having carried out a full analysis of the varieties of cheese presented on the Russian market, we can make a final conclusion on how many carbohydrates are in the cheese. Most cheeses contain almost zero carbohydrates.

Supporters of carbohydrate-free diets will undoubtedly like this product, but if you go in for sports or lead an active lifestyle, then carbohydrates are simply vital for the body, if we talk about simple carbohydrates, as they replenish our body’s energy reserves and reduce fat consumption and proteins.But it is better to cut down on the use of complex carbohydrates contained in sweet curd cheeses. In general, cheese is a pretty healthy product for our body. After analyzing a product such as cheese, the carbohydrates were zero.

90,000 With separate nutrition, the body gains exceptional freedom

Separate food is a novelty of recent decades. Observer Natalia Troitskaya has been using this diet for many years. Today she talks about her own experience.

Separate power supply

“First of all, I tried to collect all the arguments that are directed against this diet. Here they are:

  • daily food should contain as many components as possible, be varied in taste – many nutritionists will tell you about this;
  • in the process of digestion, trace elements must mix with each other, enter into a reaction – you can check with microbiologists;
  • and in general, our ancestors did not adhere to separate nutrition, and historical traditions must be sacredly followed or at least listened to.

Then I found convincing counterarguments. Here they are:

  • proteins are digested by acidic enzymes, carbohydrates – only alkaline. When we consume proteins and carbohydrates at the same time, we involuntarily force the body to work on two fronts. This undoubtedly undermines and wears it out;
  • The body’s response may follow a different path. As everyone knows, acid and alkali neutralize each other. Therefore, the stomach begins to intensively secrete an acidic enzyme for the digestion of proteins, and all carbohydrates remain undigested.Or vice versa.

I chose the book by German nutritionist by Ursula Zumi – her gentle advice was more doable for me. She bribed me with a general, rather flexible attitude. From the material I learned, I made the following conclusions, which I later became convinced of in practice.

First of all, never suffer if you ever had to “change” the separate diet. Let your body overstrain once. It’s OK.If you find yourself on a hospitable meal – feel free to drink alcohol and eat whatever you want. For a holiday, you can afford anything you want. But in everyday life, try to follow the rules.

Secondly, you will not feel the life-giving power of separate feeding immediately, but after a while.

Get used to it gradually. Do not torment your body with immediate severe refusals, give it the opportunity to adapt.Only after a few months will you decide whether you will stick to a separate meal or go back to a mixed meal.

Third, it is practically impossible to separate foods rich in protein and carbohydrates in a sterile manner. Even the simplest pasta contains proteins, like bread, however. After all, eggs or egg powder are added to it – protein products. Chemically homogeneous products simply do not exist. Therefore, it is more correct to talk about foods with a predominance of proteins or carbohydrates.

List of Compatible Products

Most importantly, the list of neutral products that go well with both proteins and carbohydrates made it possible to eat deliciously and not feel the pain of rejection of your favorite treats. The neutral foods suggested in this book have been a real boon. Here they are:

  • vegetable oils,
  • natural butter,
  • dietetic margarine;
  • all, without exception, fermented milk products: kefir, yogurt, sour cream, cream, cottage cheese, yogurt, buttermilk.

All types of cheese with a fat content not exceeding 60%. All smoked meat products:

  • chickens,
  • meat,
  • sausages.

Raw marinated or smoked fish; three varieties of mushrooms were named – white, chanterelles, champignons. Almost all greens and all vegetables. Nuts and seeds. From alcohol – pure vodka.

So, protein products – all types of meat, poultry and fish – are not smoked; all cooked and fried sausages, soy products, eggs and milk, wines, all berries (except blueberries), all citrus fruits.It’s probably not worth talking about exotic products.

Products with a predominance of carbohydrates – flour products, all grains:

  • wheat,
  • rye,
  • oats,
  • millet,
  • corn,
  • rice,
  • barley, buckwheat;

Dried fruits

pasta, semolina, dried fruits and sweets.

I enthusiastically began to vary the recipes. I must say right away that the hardest part was learning to eat meat without bread. I did not “force” my body – first I reduced the portion of bread, then switched to crackers, diet bread. Two months later, my significantly cleansed body itself stopped “asking” for bread for meat.

Everything else was extremely easy to get used to. I must say that my husband agreed to try the new food.There was a lot of trial, glitch and error during the first weeks of our experiment. Now everything has returned to normal and formed into a certain pattern.

In the morning, we usually eat a breakfast of carbohydrates: cottage cheese, cereals, oatmeal, muesli, sandwiches with cheese, smoked sausage, fish or caviar, buns. Once a week – a protein breakfast, the basis of which is eggs in any form: boiled, scrambled eggs, scrambled eggs and sausages, sausages.

If I cook meat or fish first for lunch, then for the second – any vegetable salad, meat, poultry or fish.Instead of potatoes, I add zucchini to the first. The taste hardly changes – this is my own discovery. More often, lunch, like breakfast, also consists of foods rich in carbohydrates: a lean first course – borscht, cabbage soup or vegetable soup.

For the second – side dish:

  • rice,
  • potatoes,
  • pasta.

For such a dinner in the house there must be some kind of smoked or salted fish, or herring, smoked chicken, smoked meat.

For a holiday you can afford anything you want

That is, the feeling that we are denying ourselves something meat does not arise. The longer we adhere to separate nutrition, the less we want to indulge ourselves with smoked meats.

But dinner is always protein:

  • chicken,
  • fish,
  • meat,
  • vegetable salads.

A very good side dish for our family – lobio, omelet or scrambled eggs.

Unusual lightness in the stomach and a state of inner purity

The most important thing that we felt after two months was an extraordinary lightness in the stomach even after profuse gluttony, a state of inner purity. Today I will not exchange this feeling of inner comfort and harmony for any delicacies.

I realized that separate nutrition is not at all limiting oneself in anything, but rational distribution of products for each meal.There is another principle in separate nutrition – the refusal of coffee and tea. We don’t stick to it.

Perhaps the effect would have been stronger. But the author of the book, whose advice we are guided by, writes that a departure from any rules is quite permissible. So we allowed it. By the way, we drink tea and coffee in smaller quantities. This is not our decision, but the choice of organisms.

And the last one. With separate nutrition, the body gets exceptional freedom. He turns out to be very smart.He rejects mixed products himself and adjusts the taste. Who would have thought that crumbly rice with aromatic spices or the very potatoes that are so amazingly tasty without any meat additives are so tasty.

Disclaimer : This content, including tips, provides general information only. This is in no way a substitute for a qualified medical report. Always consult a specialist or your healthcare professional for more information.

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Separate Meals – A Way Forever Forgetting Excess Weight

90,000 how many calories are in 100 grams and BJU, nutritional value of one piece, how many kcal in cheese 45% and 50% fat

Cheese is a popular gastronomic product, widely used in the preparation of many dishes, from cold snacks to desserts and pastries.But under the conditions of the food embargo, it has become almost impossible for lovers of aromatic delicacies to choose a high-quality and tasty product. Many varieties simply disappeared from store shelves, or were replaced by domestic counterparts. This article will show you how to choose the right delicious and healthy cheese in the store and what to look out for.

Composition

Many countries are engaged in the production of cheese and today there are about 2 thousand people in the world.of various varieties. While ingredients and recipes may vary, one major ingredient remains unchanged – milk. True, cow, sheep, goat, and even soy milk can be used in the basis of cheeses.

Each type of aromatic delicacy contains a large amount of nutrients and elements. Among them, the following vitamins are very important.

  1. A – are responsible for maintaining immunity and normal functioning of the body, 100 grams of cheese contains about 32% of a person’s daily intake.
  2. D – is responsible for regulating the exchange of calcium and phosphorus, and also promotes the elimination of heavy metals from the body and normalizes the work of the heart.
  3. C – in combination with vitamins of group A helps to prevent colds.
  4. E – is necessary in the treatment of the reproductive system, but in modern pharmacology it is included only in the composition of vitamin complexes and dietary supplements, and in food it is found in large quantities in cheeses.
  5. PP – 100 grams of cheese contains 30% of the recommended daily intake.
  6. B1, B3, B5, B6, B7 and B12 – are necessary for the production of energy in the body, and also participate in the processes of tissue respiration.

Minerals and acids are no less significant.

  1. Macronutrients calcium, iodine, zinc, copper, chromium, magnesium, iron and phosphorus – play an important role in the treatment of many diseases and recovery from complex injuries and burns, reduce muscle pain during periods of intense and intense training.About 30% of the daily requirement of macronutrients and nutrients is contained in 100 grams of cheese.
  2. Tryptophan – helps fight stress and insomnia.
  3. Unsaturated fatty acids Omega-3 and Omega-9 – reduce the risk of diabetes.

There are a large number of varieties, but all cheeses can be roughly divided into several categories.

  1. Hard varieties – the process of preparation and maturation is very long and can take up to 6 months.First, milk is mixed with sourdough, then the resulting mixture is cooked in a metal container until tender. After that, the cheese heads are under pressure for a long time. This category includes: parmesan, Russian, Dutch, cheddar.
  2. Soft varieties – have a soft pasty consistency. This category includes: mozzarella, brie, roquefort, pun.
  3. Brine varieties – the peculiarity of such cheeses lies in the method of ripening and storage, and throughout this time the product is in the brine.Therefore, the finished product does not have a crust, and the color depends on the variety and can be from white to light yellow. But the consistency almost always remains unchanged – a light cut can be with a light crumbly or layered structure. These varieties include: Adyghe, feta, feta cheese, suluguni.
  4. Whey varieties – based on cheese cream from hard varieties. After a long production stage, popular cheeses are obtained: ricotta, brunost and others.

In addition, cheeses are classified according to production technology, maturity and composition.Therefore, there is no single generally accepted classification. The same variety can fall into different categories. But it is also worth understanding that all types of cheese have different calories and nutritional value.

Calories

Each type of cheese has a certain calorie content, so people who strictly monitor their diet need to pay attention to this.For example, Golandskiy, Kostromskoy, Poshekhonskiy and Smetankovy cheeses have a higher amount of fat than Mozzarella or Ricotta, and the calorie content of the former can reach 350 kcal per 100 grams.

Among our compatriots, one of the most popular is Russian cheese – the product is not the most expensive one in the category of available ones. In addition, many manufacturers offer this variety, however, the recipe remains unchanged, so the taste of the cheese is always the same.

Russian cheese has a pleasant yellow color with a large number of small eyes on the cut, and the taste is slightly sour.The fat content of such Russian cheese is about 45-50%. But in one small piece, the calorie content will be within the permissible norm, so we can recommend that fans of hard varieties of domestic cheeses reduce their daily portions.

It is also impossible not to mention another popular and world-famous cheese – Parmesan. In Italy, it has a more beautiful name – Parmigiano-Reggiano. It has a spicy and unforgettable aftertaste. The maturation period of one head is 6 months or more.The structure of the slice has an uneven edge and a crumbly texture. Nutritional value of Parmesan per 100 g is about 400 kcal.

Low-calorie cheeses include the following varieties.

Mozzarella

Mozzarella is the main ingredient in any pizza. It is difficult to characterize the taste of mozzarella, we can say that it is rather neutral than pronounced.But the specific texture made mozzarella an ideal ingredient for pies and pizzas – when heated, the cheese stretches.

But mozzarella is also used in cold appetizers and salads – another popular dish of caprese salad, in which fresh tomatoes alternate with mouth-watering slices of fresh mozzarella, garnished with green basil, generously flavored with olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Mozzarella has a small amount of fat – only 25%.

Feta

Feta originated in sunny Greece and for a long time has been produced according to traditional centuries-old recipes.It uses exclusively sheep or goat milk. At the same time, feta is an excellent source of protein – about 17 g, and fat – 24 g.

Brynza

Bryndza resembles natural cottage cheese in color, and tastes a little like Feta. It is an excellent ingredient for the preparation of diet snacks, salads, main courses and pastries, since the fat content of 100 g of feta cheese is only 20%.

Tofu

Frankly speaking, it is difficult to call Tofu cheese. Tofu is based on soy milk, which is why it is often used in vegetarian menus as a substitute for protein products based on natural milk.

The homeland is the east – Japan and China, and, as the locals believe, the secret of longevity and good health is hidden in Tofu. The taste of Tofu is more neutral, the structure is reminiscent of silk and soft yoghurt.

Ricotta

The homeland of ricotta is Italy, this soft and tender curd cheese tastes very much like sweet yogurt. Ricotta is made from whey, which remains after the preparation of other types of cheese.

Both cow’s and sheep’s milk can be used in the base, but the fat content of such products is significantly different.The fat percentage of Ricotta is 8% in cow’s milk and 27% in sheep’s milk.

Adyghe

Adyghe belongs to the category of soft varieties, it tastes like a cross between cottage cheese with a soft milky aroma and hard cheese. Soft texture and delicate salty taste – these are the distinctive features of the Adyghe cheese.

This variety is recommended to be included in the diet during the diet.It can also be used in some less nutritious meals. Adyghe cheese goes well with fresh vegetables and, for example, is an excellent substitute for Feta cheese in a Greek salad.

Some types of cheese, for example, Chechil, have a low calorie content, but due to the high salt content, it is not recommended to use this variety in large quantities. And other cheeses with an indicator of 35% and 40% do not harm the figure if consumed in moderation.

Nutritional value

Nutritional value depends on the type of cheese, which differs in the way of preparation, ingredients, amount of fat and calories. But any form contains a large amount of protein. It is also important to pay attention to the amount of fat. A small percentage of fat is found in the following varieties.

Suluguni

Suluguni is a Georgian pickled cheese with an elastic and dense texture.The production technology is similar to Italian varieties.

The base includes cow, sheep, goat and buffalo milk. That is why the taste of suluguni is very delicate, with a pleasant milky aroma and a slight salty aftertaste. In 100 grams of ready-made suluguni, the optimal amount of BJU is: proteins – 19.5 grams, fats – 22 grams, there are no carbohydrates.

Dor Blue

Dor Blue – blue blue cheese is an exquisite delicacy for real cheese gourmets.The delicate and fragrant head is hidden behind a hard, moldy crust. The taste of soft cheese is unforgettable – spicy and slightly salty.

The smell of Dor Blue is very specific, which is why there are not so many fans of this variety among our compatriots. Dor Blue is rich in penicillin and amino acids, which have a beneficial effect on the body. The fat percentage in 100 grams of the product is 30 g.

Kurt

Kurt – hard curd cheese in the form of balls.Kurt is widely known thanks to nomadic peoples, and today it is a national dish in the countries of Central and Central Asia.

Very nutritious and high in calories, but low in fat – only 16 g.

Cheddar

Cheddar occupies a leading position among the world’s famous cheeses. Homeland is England, the province of the same name Cheddar.The cheese has a bright rich yellow color, which is closer even to a sunny orange.

Ripening period can take from 2 months to six months. The composition of Cheddar contains the optimal amount of fat – 30 g, which allows this product to be used even in dietary nutrition, but in small quantities.

Amber

Amber – a delicate and tasty semi-hard cheese belongs to the category of low-fat varieties – only 10 g.It appeared in Sweden at the beginning of the 19th century. Amber’s distinctive feature is small and even round holes on the cut of the head.

It goes well with nuts and sour fruits (pears, grapes) as a snack, but can also be used in the preparation of hot main dishes.

Any kind of cheese has useful properties, therefore it is recommended by nutritionists for daily consumption in small quantities.

Useful properties can be noted in the following points.

  1. Calcium-rich cheese is very beneficial for the formation and strengthening of teeth and bones. According to dentists, frequent consumption of cheeses increases the strength of tooth enamel and reduces the likelihood of plaque formation.
  2. And also, according to scientists, cheese helps to reduce the risk of cancer. Linoleic acid, sphingolipids and B vitamins, which are part of any grade, help the body fight the negative effects of free radicals.
  3. Moldy cheese facilitates digestion and has a beneficial effect on the intestines.
  4. The beneficial elements in the cheese contribute to the stable functioning of the body’s immune system, soothes the nervous system and normalizes blood pressure.
  5. Eating cheese helps to preserve beauty and prolong youth. The beneficial substances contained in all varieties help to improve the structure of hair, nails and skin.

Application in dietetic food

Cheese is an excellent source of protein, calcium and unsaturated fats.You can use cheese as a snack, prepare sandwiches, cold and main dishes. Here are some simple and healthy diet recipes that you can prepare every day.

Pasta with cheese

Cheese Pasta is a great option for a full meal rich in slow carbohydrates and proteins. In the fitness menu, durum wheat pasta can be replaced with whole grains, rice or buckwheat.

Boil pasta in salted water until al dente. Then drain the water and drizzle a little olive oil over the hot pasta. Add finely grated hard cheese and garnish with fresh basil.

Such a dish will not only not harm the figure, but will also charge the body with energy for the whole day.

Cheese puree soup

Cheese puree soup – to prepare this aromatic dish you will need: turkey fillet, potatoes, onions, cauliflower, carrots, bay leaves, spices and soft processed cheese.Dip the meat in a saucepan with hot water and boil until tender, then add potatoes, onions and carrots to the broth.

Then you can add cauliflower inflorescences, and then thoroughly grind the contents until puree. After that, you can add cooked and minced meat, bay leaves and spices.

Cheese is added as the last ingredient – it will give the hot soup a pleasant consistency and delicate taste. You can serve the soup with croutons or toast.

Fondue

Fondue is a real joy for the cheese gourmet. It may seem that diet fondue is something out of the realm of fantasy. But in fact, you can cook a less high-calorie dish using only low-fat varieties of cheeses. In addition, you will need milk, two cloves of garlic, nutmeg, lemon juice, dried herbs and ground pepper. Dip the grated cheese into a pot of fondue and put the saucepan over low heat, stirring gently, bring the cheese to a homogeneous mass.Gradually add the rest of the ingredients.

To make the fondue thinner, you need to add more milk, and vice versa, to make it thicker and richer, less liquid. When preparing fondue, you can fancy and add various ingredients, for example, fresh herbs and finely chopped nuts.

For a more dietary meal, serve fondue with slices of whole grain bread, fresh vegetables, boiled turkey fillets or small white meatballs.

Cheese biscuits

Cheese biscuits – ideal for breakfast or a snack. It is recommended to use oat flour as a base, as well as a chicken egg, baking powder, salt and finely grated hard cheese.

Mix all the ingredients and let the dough rest for 30 minutes. Then cover the baking sheet with parchment and form small-sized cookies with your hands.Bake at 180 degrees for 30 minutes.

When crispy and flavorful biscuits are ready, they can be served with hot tea.

Puff rolls

Puff cheese buns cook in 15 minutes and are eaten just as quickly. For cooking, you will need puff pastry, which must be rolled into small layers and greased with curd cheese.Then roll the dough into a roll and cut into 2 cm slices.

Place the rolls on a baking sheet with parchment paper and sprinkle grated cheese on top. Bake at 160 degrees until tender.

Chicken cutlets with cheese and fresh herbs

Chopped chicken cutlets with cheese and fresh herbs – a very quick and tasty recipe for every day. For cooking you will need: chicken fillet, onions, semolina, chicken eggs and fresh herbs.First you need to prepare the meat – cut the fillets into small cubes, also chop the cheese, chop the onions and herbs.

Combine all ingredients in a deep bowl and add eggs and spices. Pay attention to this fact: the saltier the cheese, the less table salt you need to use. To give the minced meat the desired consistency, you need to add a little semolina.

It is recommended to cook cutlets in a dry non-stick frying pan, frying for 4 minutes on each side until golden brown.

Cheese baskets for cold snacks

Cheese can be used not only as a main ingredient, but it can also be an excellent option for an effective salad or main dish serving. And making edible cheese baskets is easy. To do this, grind the hard cheese on a fine grater and place it in a thin layer on a flat plate.

Then put the plate in the microwave for 10-15 seconds.After that, take out the melted cheese and place the resulting hot circle on the glass so that the middle of the pancake is located exactly on the base of the glass. Such a construction of a glass and cheese pancake must be put into the refrigerator for 10 minutes until it solidifies completely.

After that, the finished basket must be carefully removed from the glass and used as a plate for vegetable salad.

But do not limit yourself to these recipes.Hot pizza with mozzarella will win the heart of any gourmet, and an appetizing crispy cheese crust on French meat will make the main course a win-win option on the festive table.

But despite the large number of positive properties, frequent consumption of certain types of cheese can cause malfunctioning of the body. This is why you should limit your consumption in some cases.

    1. Pregnant and lactating young mothers should stop eating moldy cheese and some varieties based on unpasteurized milk – live bacteria can cause infectious diseases in both the mother and the baby.These varieties include: Feta, Roquefort, Dor blue. It is also not recommended to include any cheese in the diet of a baby under 1 year old.
    2. People on a strict diet or obese should not eat fatty cheeses every day. It is recommended to replace hard and fat varieties with cottage cheese and pickled varieties.
    3. And those prone to allergies should carefully study the composition of cheeses, since some varieties may contain food and chemical additives.
    4. In case of diabetes, experts recommend using pickled varieties, for example, Adyghe or Feta, since the percentage of milk sugar in these cheeses is about 3%.

    For how to make cheese yourself, see the next video.

    Cheese carbohydrates per 100. Russian cheese: composition, bju, production technology

    Today cheese is a product of frequent consumption. How much protein, fat and carbohydrates cheese contains, you will learn in this article.Do cheese contain carbohydrates and do they affect your weight? Cheese is used both in its original form – slices for appetizers, for sandwiches, in the form of slicing into numerous salads and making sandwiches, and is included in all kinds of fillings, prepared in grated form, where dishes sprinkled with cheese for baking in the oven are especially popular, be- then pizzas, pies or main courses.

    Vitamins Despite everyday use, few people think about what is included in everyone’s favorite cheese.Cheese contains a large list of vitamins: A, B1, B2, B6, B9, B12, C, E, PP, Beta-carotene, which have a positive effect on our body. In addition to vitamins, cheese is rich in micro and marco elements. These are iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, copper, sodium, phosphorus and zinc .. Cheese carbohydrates in it constitute a minimum percentage of the content.

    This is often 0% carbohydrates for hard, semi-hard and some soft cheeses such as Swiss, Adyghe, Dutch, Roquefort, cheddar, etc.and the same applies to feta cheese. Accordingly, such cheeses can be used during a diet and on fasting days. How many carbohydrates are in cheese, homemade cheese contains about 1.8% carbohydrates, processed smoked ones, such as sausage cheese – 3.7% carbohydrates, in second place in carbohydrate content are sweet processed cheeses and glazed cheeses are in first place, respectively – 32% carbohydrates …

    Like most healthy foods, in addition to vitamins, cheese contains proteins, fats, carbohydrates.On average, proteins make up about 18% -26% of the total mass of the product, fats – about 20% -32%. It all depends on the type of cheese. For example, homemade cheese contains the least amount of fat – only 4% – this is a pleasant exception, while Swiss cheese contains the most – 31.8%, which is not far from Dutch round cheese and cheddar – 30.5% fat. The largest amount of proteins is in the Baltic cheese – 30%, in the second place is the Yaroslavl cheese – 26.8%, and in the third place is Estonian, Dutch bar and Poshekhonsky – 26% of proteins each.

    Least of all proteins, again, in homemade cheese with a fat content of 4% – 17% protein. Having carried out a full analysis of the varieties of cheese presented on the Russian market, we can make a final conclusion on how many carbohydrates are in the cheese. Most cheeses contain almost zero carbohydrates.

    Supporters of carbohydrate-free diets will undoubtedly like this product, but if you go in for sports or lead an active lifestyle, then carbohydrates are simply vital for the body, if we talk about simple carbohydrates, as they replenish our body’s energy reserves and reduce fat consumption and proteins.But it is better to cut down on the use of complex carbohydrates contained in sweet curd cheeses. In general, cheese is a pretty healthy product for our body. After analyzing a product such as cheese, the carbohydrates were zero.

    Cheese is considered one of the healthiest and most nutritious dairy products. Each variety differs not only in texture, aroma and taste, but also in its composition.

    How much protein is in cheese

    Dairy treat – a source of easily digestible protein that helps to tone and restore muscle tissue.Most of the protein composition is represented by such essential amino acids as tryptophan, methionine, and lysine. Most of the protein is found in hard and semi-hard varieties. The most famous of them are “Russian” (23 g), “Cheddar” (24 g), “Emmental” (28 g), “Parmesan” (30 g).

    In brine cheeses, protein is slightly less, for example, in “Adygeyskiy” – 20 g, in “Suluguni” – 20.5 g, in “Feta” – 14 g. The least protein in a home-made product is no more than 15% of total mass.

    Vegetarians can benefit from eating tofu to replenish protein stores. 300 g of this product contains the same amount of protein as 150 g of lean meat.

    Essential amino acids play an important role in the proper functioning of the human body. For example, tryptophan improves metabolism, quickly recovers strength after exhausting workouts, and lysine helps to strengthen the immune system and the synthesis of collagen.

    Carbohydrate content in 100 grams of cheese

    Hard and some soft varieties have a minimum carbohydrate content.For some cheeses, the indicator is practically zero. These are “Russian”, “Dutch”, “Lambert”, “Parmesan”. Such foods can be consumed in moderation on fasting days. A higher content of carbohydrates was noted in brine, processed, cottage cheese, and smoked varieties. For “Adygeyskiy” the indicator is 1.5 g, for “Hohland” – 5 g, for “Sausage” – 4 g.

    The maximum amount of carbohydrates is contained in sweet glazed curds (over 30%).

    This hard and semi-hard dairy product is ideal for those on a carbohydrate-free diet.However, for athletes, carbohydrates in moderation are just as important as protein. They replenish the body’s energy reserves, reduce the consumption of proteins.

    Mass fraction of fat in cheese

    Mass fraction of fat in a popular fermented milk product, on average, is about 30% of the total mass. One standard serving of cheese (100 g) can satisfy one third of the daily requirement for this nutrient.

    The caloric content of a product is determined mainly by fats, represented to a greater extent by saturated fatty acids.

    A direct relationship was noted between the amount of lipids in cheese and the milk used for its manufacture. The higher the fat content of the milk, the greater the energy value. Least of all lipids in very hard varieties, for example, “Parmesan” – less than 27%, in semi-hard “Rossiyskiy” – 30%, in “Adygeiskiy” – 20%. The latter belongs to the brine varieties, which differ in a small amount of fat compared to the rest. Read more about it in our publication.

    Table of food composition of cheeses of different grades

    To choose the most suitable product in terms of chemical composition, it is recommended that you familiarize yourself with the BZHU table, where several varieties of cheese are presented.

    Table of composition (proteins, fats, carbohydrates) and calorie content of products

    11/12/2019

    For reference. Calorie content is the amount of energy received by a person as a result of absorbing a particular product.The amount of calories a person needs depends on the job being done, physical activity, gender, age, latitude (cold or hot climate). Like any fuel, food products, burning in the firebox of the body, release energy. Therefore, food has a certain energy value that can be measured (for example, in kilocalories or joules). Therefore, another name for the energy value of food is calorie content. Each of us has seen more than once the factory packaging of products purchased in a store, a figure that corresponds to the energy value of 100 g of this product.Anyone can calculate how much energy his body will receive after consuming a certain amount of the product.

    Knowing someone’s daily diet, that is, the amount of food eaten per day, including drinks, and their energy value, it is easy to calculate the amount of energy received – the calorie content of the daily diet. Biochemists and nutritionists have long since calculated the calorie content and composition of almost all food products.

    It is simply impossible to foresee all the variety of food. However, taking into account the information on food labels, calculating the calorie content of the daily diet does not present serious difficulties.

    Vegetables

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    91 310 77.0

    91 310 71

    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Eggplant 91.0 0.6 0.1 5.5 24
    Rutabaga 87.5 1.2 0.1 8.1 37
    Green peas 80.0 5.0 0.2 13.3 72
    Zucchini 93.0 0.6 0.3 5.7 27
    White cabbage 90.0 1.8 5.4 28
    Red cabbage 90.0 1.8 6.1 31
    Cauliflower 90.9 2.5 4.9 29
    Potatoes 76.0 2.0 0.1 19.7
    Green onion (feather) 92.5 1.3 4.3 22
    Leek 87.0 3.0 7.3 40
    Onions 86.0 1.7 9.5 43
    Red carrot 88.5 1.3 0.1 7.0 33
    Ground cucumbers 95.0 0.8 3.0 15
    Greenhouse cucumbers 96.5 0.7 1.8 10
    Sweet green pepper 92.0 1.3 4.7 23
    Sweet red pepper 91.0 1.3 5.7 27
    Parsley (greens) 85.0 3.7 8.1 45
    Parsley (root) 85.0 1.5 11.0 47
    Rhubarb (petiolate) 94.5 0.7 2.9 16
    Radish 93.0 1.2 4.1 20
    Radish 88.6 1.9 7.0 34
    Turnip 90.5 1.5 5.9 28
    Salad 95.0 1.5 2.2 14
    Beet 86.5 1.7 10.8 48
    Tomatoes (ground) 93.5 0.6 4.2 19
    Tomatoes (greenhouse) 94.6 0.6 2.9 14
    Green beans (pod) 90.0 4.0 4.3 32
    Horseradish 2.5 16.3
    Ramson 89.0 2.4 6.5 34
    Garlic 70.0 6.5 21.2 106
    Spinach 91.2 2.9 2.3 21
    Sorrel 90.0 1.5 5.3 28

    Fruits and berries

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    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Apricots 86.0 0.9 10.5
    Quince 87.5 0.6 8.9 38
    Cherry plum 89.0 0.2 7.4 34
    Pineapple 86.0 0.4 11.8 48
    Bananas 74.0 1.5 22.4 91
    Cherry 85.5 0.8 11.3 49
    Garnet 85.0 0.9 11.8 52
    Pear 87.5 0.4 10.7
    Figs 83.0 0.7 13.9 56
    Dogwood 85.0 1.0 9.7 45
    Peaches 86.5 0.9 10.4 44
    Garden rowan 81.0 1.4 12.5 58
    Chokeberry 80.5 1.5 12.0 54
    Garden plum 87.0 0.8 9.9 43
    Dates 20.0 2.5 72.1 281
    Persimmon 81.5 0.5 15.9 62
    Sweet cherry 85.0 1.1 12.3 52
    Mulberry 82.7 0.7 12.7 53
    Apples 86.5 0.4 11.3
    Orange 87.5 0.9 8.4 38
    Grapefruit 89.0 0.9 7.3 35
    Lemon 87.7 0.9 3.6 31
    Mandarin 88.5 0.8 8.6 38
    Lingonberry 87.0 0.7 8.6 40
    Grapes 80.2 0.4 17.5
    Blueberry 88.2 1.0 37
    Blackberry 88.0 2.0 5.3 33
    Strawberries 84.5 1.8 8.1 41
    Cranberry 89.5 0.5 4.8 28
    Gooseberry 85.0 0.7 9.9 44
    Raspberry 87.0 0.8 9.0 41
    Cloudberry 83.3 0.8 6.8 31
    Sea buckthorn 75.0 0.9 5.5 30
    White currant 86.0 0.3 8.7 39
    Red currant 85.4 0.6 8.0 38
    Black currant 85.0 1.0 8.0 40
    Blueberry 86.5 1.1 8.6 40
    Fresh rosehip 66.0 1.6 24.0 101
    Dried Rosehip 14.0 4.0 60.0 253

    Dried fruit

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    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Apricot 18.0 5.0 67.5 278
    Dried apricots 20.2 5.2 65.9 272
    Raisins with pits 19.0 1.8 70.9 276
    Raisins raisins 18.0 2.3 71.2 279
    Cherry 18.0 1.5 73.0 292
    Pear 24.0 2.3 62.1 246
    Peaches 18.0 3.0 68.5 275
    Prunes 25.0 2.3 65.6
    Apples 20.0 3.2 68.0 273

    Candy, sugar, chocolate

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 77.7

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    91 310 77.7

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    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Honey 17.2 0.8 80.3 308
    Fruit dragee 7 3.7 10.2 73.1 384
    Zephyr 20 0.8 78.3 299
    Iris 6.5 3.3 7.5 81.8 387
    Fruit jelly 21 0.1 296
    Caramel (average) 4.4 0.1 296
    Chocolate glazed sweets 2.9 10.7 76.6 396
    Pastila 18 0.5 80.4 305
    Sugar 0.2 0.3 99.5 374
    Takhinny halva 3.9 12.7 29.9 50.6 510
    Sunflower halvah 2.9 11.6 29.7 54 516
    Dark chocolate 0.8 5.4 35.3 52.6 540
    Milk chocolate 0.9 6.9 35.7 52.4 547

    Cakes and other confectionery

    91 310 77.7

    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Wafers with fruit fillings 12 3.2 2.8 80.1 342
    Wafers with fat-containing fillings 1 3.4 30.2 64.7 530
    Puff pastry with cream 9 5.4 38.6 46.4 544
    Puff pastry with apple 13 5.7 25.6 52.7 454
    Sponge cake with fruit filling 21 4.7 9.3 84.4 344
    Gingerbread 14.5 4.8 2.8 336
    Sponge cake with fruit filling 25 4.7 20 49.8 386
    Almond cake 9.3 6.6 35.8 46.8 524

    Bread, bakery products, flour

    91 310 7.7

    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Rye bread 42.4 4.7 0.7 49.8 214
    Wheat bread from 1st grade flour 34.3 2.4 53.4 254
    Baked goods 26.1 7.6 4.5 60.0 297
    Bagels 17.0 10.4 1.3 68.7 312
    Drying 12.0 11.0 1.3 73.0 330
    Wheat rusks 12.0 11.2 1.4 72.4 331
    Creamy crackers 8.0 8.5 10.6 71.3 397
    Wheat flour of the highest grade 14.0 10.3 0.9 74.2 327
    Wheat flour I grade 14.0 10.6 1.3 73.2 329
    Wheat flour, grade II 14.0 11.7 1.8 70.8 328
    Rye flour 14.0 6.9 1.1 76.9 326

    Groats

    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Buckwheat unground 14.0 12.6 2.6 68.0 329
    Buckwheat 14.0 9.5 1.9 72.2 326
    Semolina 14.0 11.3 0.7 73.3 326
    Oat 12.0 11.9 5.8 65.4 345
    Pearl barley 14.0 9.3 1.1 73.7 324
    Millet 14.0 12.0 2.9 69.3 334
    Rice 14.0 7.0 0.6 73.7 323
    Wheat “Poltava” 14.0 12.7 1.1 70.6 325
    Tolokno 10.0 12.2 5.8 68.3 357
    Barley 14.0 10.4 1.3 71.7 322
    Hercules 12.0 13.1 6.2 65.7 355
    Corn 14.0 8.3 1.2 75.0 325

    Legumes

    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Beans 83.0 6.0 0.1 8.3 58
    Split peas 14.0 23.0 1.6 57.7 323
    Whole peas 14.0 23.0 1.2 53.3 303
    Soy 12.0 34.9 17.3 26.5 395
    Beans 14.0 22.3 1.7 54.5 309
    Lentils 14.0 24.8 1.1 53.7 310

    Mushrooms

    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    White fresh 89.9 3.2 0.7 1.6 25
    White dried 13.0 27.6 6.8 10.0 209
    Fresh boletus 91.6 2.3 0.9 3.7 31
    Fresh boletus 91.1 3.3 0.5 3.4 31
    Fresh raw materials 83.0 1.7 0.3 1.4 17

    Meat, offal, poultry

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    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Lamb 67.6 16.3 15.3 0.0 203
    Beef 67.7 18.9 12.4 0.0 187
    Horse meat 72.5 20.2 7.0 0.0 143
    Rabbit 65.3 20.7 12.9 0.0 199
    Lean pork 54.8 16.4 27.8 0.0 316
    Fat pork 38.7 11.4 49.3 0.0 489
    Veal 78.0 19.7 1.2 0.0
    Lamb Kidneys 79.7 13.6 2.5 0.0
    Lamb Liver 71.2 18.7 2.9 0.0 101
    Lamb Heart 78.5 13.5 2.5 0.0
    Beef Brains 78.9 9.5 9.5 0.0 124
    Beef Liver 72.9 17.4 3.1 0.0 98
    Beef Kidneys 82.7 12.5 1.8 0.0 66
    Beef Udder 72.6 12.3 13.7 0.0 173
    Beef Heart 79.0 15.0 3.0 0.0
    Beef Tongue 71.2 13.6 12.1 0.0 163
    Pork kidneys 80.1 13.0 3.1 0.0
    Pork liver 71.4 18.8 3.6 0.0 108
    Pork heart 78.0 15.1 3.2 0.0
    Pork tongue 66.1 14.2 16.8 0.0 208
    Geese 49.7 16.1 33.3 0.0 364
    Turkey 64.5 21.6 12.0 0.8 197
    Chickens 68.9 20.8 8.8 0.6 165
    Chickens 71.3 18.7 0.4 156
    Ducks 51.5 16.5 61.2 0.0 346

    Sausages and sausages

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

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    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Boiled sausage Diabetic 62.4 12.1 22.8 254
    Boiled sausage Diet 71.6 12.1 13.5 170
    Boiled sausage Doctor’s 60.8 13.7 22.8 260
    Boiled sausage Amateur 57.0 12.2 28.0 301
    Boiled sausage Milk 62.8 11.7 22.8 252
    Boiled sausage Separate 64.8 10.1 20.1 1.8 228
    Boiled Veal Sausage 55.0 12.5 29.6 316
    Pork Sausages 53.7 10.1 31.6 1.9 332
    Sausages Dairy 60.0 12.3 25.3 277
    Sausages Russian 66.2 12.0 19.1 220
    Sausages Pork 54.8 11.8 30.8 324
    Boiled-smoked Amateur 39.1 17.3 39.0 420
    Cooked-smoked Cervelat 39.6 28.2 27.5 360
    Semi-smoked Krakow 34.6 16.2 44.6 466
    Semi-smoked Minskaya 52.0 23.0 17.4 2.7 259
    Semi-smoked Poltava 39.8 16.4 39.0 417
    Semi-smoked Ukrainian 44.4 16.5 34.4 376
    Uncooked Smoked Amateur 25.2 20.9 47.8 514
    Raw Smoked Moscow 27.6 24.8 41.5 473

    Canned meat and smoked products

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Beef stew 63.0 16.8 18.3 232
    Tourist breakfast (beef) 66.9 20.5 10.4 176
    Tourist breakfast (pork) 65.6 16.9 15.4 206
    Minced sausage 63.2 15.2 15.7 2.8 213
    Braised pork 51.1 14.9 32.2 349
    Raw smoked brisket 21.0 7.6 66.8 632
    Raw smoked loin 37.3 10.5 47.2 467
    Ham 53.5 22.6 20.9 279

    Fats, margarine, oil

    900 08 897

    900 08 746

    900 08 82

    900 08 744

    900 08 748

    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Lamb or beef fat, rendered 0.3 0 99.7 0
    Pork fat (without skin) 5.7 1.4 92.8 0 816
    Milk margarine 15.9 0.3 82.3 1
    Sandwich margarine 15.8 0.5 1.2
    Mayonnaise 25 3.1 67 2.6 627
    Vegetable oil 0.1 0 99.9 0 899
    Butter 15.8 0.6 82.5 0.9
    Ghee butter 1 0.3 98 0.6 887

    Milk and dairy products

    91 310 83

    91 310 7.9

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    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Bryndza from cow’s milk 52.0 17.9 20.1 0.0 260
    Natural yoghurt 1.5% fat 88.0 5.0 1.5 3.5 51
    Low-fat kefir 91.4 3.0 0.1 3.8 30
    Fat kefir 88.3 2.8 3.2 4.1 59
    Milk 88.5 2.8 3.2 4.7 58
    Acidophilic milk 81.7 2.8 3.2 10.8
    Powdered whole milk 4.0 25.6 25.0 39.4 475
    Condensed milk 74.1 7.0 9.5 135
    Condensed milk with sugar 26.5 7.2 8.5 56.0 315
    Curdled milk 88.4 2.8 3.2 4.1 58
    Ryazhenka 85.3 3.0 6.0 4.1 85
    Cream 10% 82.2 3.0 10.0 4.0 118
    Cream 20% 72.9 2.8 20.0 3.6 205
    Sour cream 10% 82.7 3.0 10.0 2.9 116
    Sour cream 20% 72.7 2.8 20.0 3.2 206
    Special cheese curds and mass 41.0 7.1 23.0 27.5 340
    Russian cheese 40.0 23.4 30.0 0.0 371
    Dutch cheese 38.8 26.8 27.3 0.0 361
    Swiss cheese 36.4 24.9 31.8 0.0 396
    Poshekhonsky cheese 41.0 26.0 26.5 0.0 334
    Processed cheese 55.0 24.0 13.5 0.0 226
    Fat curd 64.7 14.0 18.0 1.3 226
    Bold curd 71.0 16.7 9.0 1.3 156
    Low-fat cottage cheese 18.0 0.6 1.5 86

    Eggs

    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Chicken egg 74.0 12.7 11.5 0.7 157
    Egg powder 6.8 45 37.3 7.1 542
    Protein powder 12.1 73.3 1.8 7 336
    Dry yolk 5.4 34.2 52.2 4.4 623
    Quail egg 73.3 11.9 13.1 0.6 168

    Fish and Seafood

    91 310 0

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    91 310 0

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    91 310 75

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    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 82

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 77

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

    91 310 0

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    91 310 0

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    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Gobies 70.8 12.8 8.1 5.2 145
    Pink salmon 70.5 21 7 147
    Flounder 79.5 16.1 2.6 88
    Crucian carp 78.9 17.7 1.8
    Carp 79.1 16 3.6 96
    Chum salmon 71.3 22 5.6 138
    Smelt 79.8 15.5 3.2 91
    Ice 81.8 15.5 1.4
    Bream 17.1 4.1 105
    Salmon 62.9 20.8 15.1 219
    Makrurus 85 13.2 0.8
    Lamprey 14.7 11.9 166
    Pollock 80.1 15.9 0.7
    Capelin 13.4 11.5 157
    Navaga 81.1 16.1 1 73
    Burbot 79.3 18.8 0.6 81
    Nototenia marble 73.4 14.8 10.7 156
    Sea perch 75.4 17.6 5.2 117
    River perch 79.2 18.5 0.9
    Sturgeon 71.4 16.4 10.9 164
    Halibut 76.nine 18.9 3 103
    Blue whiting 81.3 16.1 0.9 72
    Saber Fish 75.2 20.3 3.2 110
    Caspian fish 19.2 2.4 98
    Carp 75.3 18.4 5.3 121
    Large saury 59.8 18.6 20.8
    Small saury 71.3 20.4 0.8 143
    Baltic herring 75.4 17.3 5.6 121
    Herring 62.7 17.7 19.5 242
    Sig 72.3 19 7.5 144
    Mackerel 71.8 18 9 153
    KGS 16.8 8.5 144
    Horse mackerel 74.nine 18.5 5
    Sterlet 74.9 17 6.1 320
    Pike perch 78.9 19 0.8
    Cod 80.7 17.5 0.6
    Tuna 22.7 0.7 96
    Coal fish 71.5 13.2 11.6 158
    Sea eel 19.1 1.9 94
    Eel 53.5 14.5 30.5 333
    Hake 79.9 16.6 2.2 86
    Pike 70.4 18.8 0.7
    Ide 80.1 18.2 0.3 117
    Far Eastern shrimp 64.8 28.7 1.2 134
    Cod liver 26.4 4.2 65.7 613
    Squid 80.3 18 0.3
    Crab 81.5 16 0.5
    Shrimp 18 0.8
    Seaweed 88 0.9 0.2 3.0 5
    Paste “Ocean” 72.2 18.9 6.8 137
    Trepang 89.4 7.3 0.6 35

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    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Chum salmon 46.9 31.6 13.8 251
    Left-hand punch 58 24.7 4.8 142
    Pollock breakout 63.2 28.4 1.9 131
    Granular sturgeon 58 28.9 9.7 203
    Sturgeon breakout 39.5 36 10.2 123

    Nuts

    Product Water, g Proteins, g Fats, g Carbohydrates, g kcal
    Hazelnut 4.8 16.1 66.9 9.9 704
    Almond 4 18.6 57.7 13.6 645
    Walnut 5 13.8 61.3 10.2 648
    Peanuts 10 26.3 45.2 9.7 548
    Sunflower seed 8 20.7 52.9 5 578
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    Cheese brand
    Proteins, g
    Fats, g
    Carbohydrates, g
    Water, g
    Adyghe
    20 20 1.5 56
    Curd
    6 26 3 50
    Creamy
    6 20 2.5 45
    Russian
    23 30 0.3 41
    Lambert
    24 30 0 40
    Hochland
    12 22 5 50
    Sausage
    21 19 4 51
    Mozzarella
    20 16 1 50
    Dutch
    26 26 0 40
    Tofu
    11 4 3 More than 70
    Philadelphia
    6 25 3 45
    Parmesan
    30 27 Less than 1 25
    Amber
    13 26 3 55
    Friendship
    23 19 2 52

    Table BJU – food composition of Adyghe cheese (per 100 g of product)

    Knowing the BJU indicators, you can include the most useful product in your daily diet.Each of them is of great value for the body, as it saturates it with a large amount of proteins and fatty acids.

    One of the most popular types of dairy products is Russian cheese. Its calorie content is very high, but universal love and affection is due not only to this, but also to a large number of other reasons. I would like to note the fact that this variety is one of the most basic and constantly existing on store shelves. But it’s true, as long as you can remember, it’s so long and you see this cheese on the market.Starting from the times of the USSR and ending with our days. Also worthy of attention is a large assortment of this type, depending on its manufacturer (in which there is no shortage at the moment).

    Features of the product

    Cheese “Russian”, the calorie content of which is quite high, has a certain taste difference from other types, which can be aimed exclusively at a narrow circle of consumers (for example, with mold). It has a rather pronounced sourish, but traditionally recognizable taste.Plus, its cost is at a democratic level, thanks to which everyone can afford to pamper themselves, which is quite relevant lately.

    This type of dairy product is produced in Russia and some CIS countries. Pasteurized milk is used as an initial raw material for its preparation. It is referred to as semi-hard rennet cheeses. This enzyme is added to cow’s milk along with a special ferment that contains lactic acid bacteria.Cheese “Russian”, the calorie content of which rises several times at the end of production, is also distinguished by its yellowish color, and on the cut you can see small eyes and white lace.

    Despite the high level of fat content, this product is in no way inferior in its taste to other varieties. As for cooking and preparing different dishes, it is even more popular than other cheeses. Particular relevance can be emphasized for the preparation of casseroles, salads, pizzas, hot dishes and snacks.

    Composition, vitamins, minerals

    One of the most useful products is Russian cheese. Its calorie content is very high, since a third of this product is pure protein. On the other hand, due to this, it can be used instead of meat products in some vegetarian dishes. There is one essential element in this cheese called milk fat, which is very well accepted by the body. Despite the fact that there are practically no carbohydrates in this product, it has a fairly large and impressive list of vitamins B 12, B 6, B9, C, PP, A.And due to the fact that cheese contains vitamin B 12, it helps during the treatment of diseases associated with hepatitis, anemia and anemia. It is impossible not to note the positive effect of the product on men’s health due to the zinc content. Naturally, calcium and phosphorus are present, as in other dairy products, which is important for bone structure. Therefore, cheese is recommended for those patients who have had joint diseases. Thus, the product has become not only tasty, but also useful, having a sufficiently large mineral and vitamin composition, due to which it is recommended for inclusion in the diet.

    Useful properties of “Russian” cheese

    Many doctors and nutritionists say that one of the most useful is the “Russian” cheese 50%. Calorie content may indicate its satiety, but at the same time it contributes to:

    1. Strengthening teeth, bones, hair and nails.
    2. Improving the energy balance.
    3. Improving metabolism.
    4. Activates the brain.
    5. Quickly recovers strength not only after mental, but also after physical exertion.
    6. Promotes proportional development and growth of the body.

    Cheese “Russian”: calories per 100 grams

    • Proteins: 23.2 g.
    • Fats: 29.5 g.
    • Carbohydrates: 0 g.

    The Russian cheese is incredibly nutritious (calories / proteins / fats / carbohydrates: 364 kcal / 25% / 73% / 0%), so you need to keep track of what you eat. Since everything is good in moderation and should not be abused. Naturally, these words mean nothing to true connoisseurs.

    Harm to cheese

    With all the positive qualities of this product, there are still several negative points that must be said, because this can cause problems in the future. Due to the fact that this cheese has a very high percentage of fat and calorie content, it is still worth refusing to use it for the category of people who have some problems with overweight and obesity, and for those who have been prescribed a low-fat light diet. If you adhere to all the recommendations and common sense, do not overeat it, then the product will only benefit.

    Naturally, improper storage of cheese can cause a lot of harm, in which case diarrhea is not the worst option. Some consumers continue to consume the product even after the mold appears on it, thinking that there is nothing wrong with it, but in fact it can create a lot of problems.

    Also, due to the diuretic effect inherent in cheese, people who suffer from urolithiasis may experience discomfort.

    Characteristic

    It is difficult to argue with the fact that the high calorie content of Russian cheese (50% fat) comes to the fore.This forces us to be careful about adding it to various dishes. This is due to the fact that any salad or appetizer in which it is used becomes one third more calories. At the same time, there is a certain circle of nutritionists who nevertheless oppose the mass production of cheeses, where pasteurized milk is taken as the basis. The described view, in fact, is produced in this way. This is due to the fact that such a product does not contain even a small fraction of what such cheeses should actually contain (we are talking about useful properties).Due to the maximum amount of saturated fatty acids, coconut and palm oil, it is so harmful to the body that it is quite capable of causing Alzheimer’s disease. This applies only to those species in which traces of vegetable fats have been found. As for the rest, this issue is not even discussed, an exceptionally reasonable use leads only to a positive effect.

    Russian cheese is a semi-hard rennet cheese made from pasteurized cow’s milk.

    The brand “Russian Cheese” does not have a copyright holder and is produced by a large number of Russian, Belarusian, Ukrainian and Latvian factories.

    Russian cheese is considered one of the most popular types of this dairy product.

    Firstly, this cheese is one of the constant varieties: as long as we can remember, it has been present on the shelves of our stores as much.

    Secondly, there is always a huge assortment of this type of cheese, which depends on the manufacturer, and we have a lot of them.

    It is made from pasteurized cow’s milk with the addition of milk-clotting rennet and a ferment of mesophilic lactic acid bacteria.

    After production, Russian cheese can be delivered to shops only after 60 days of aging.

    Semi-hard cheese, yellow in color, on the cut you can see lace from small eyes. The taste is pronounced, slightly sour. It is a semi-hard cheese with a fat content of 50 ± 1.6%, made in accordance with GOST R 52972-2008 (valid from January 1, 2010).

    Energy value of the product Russian cheese, bzhu:

    • proteins: 23.2 g
    • Fat: 29.5 g
    • carbohydrates: 0 g

    Calories: 364 kcal.

    The production also uses a hardener calcium chloride (E509), sodium or potassium nitrates (E251, E252), lysozyme (E1105), calcium orthophosphate (E341), beta-carotene (E160a), annatto extracts (E160b). The surface of the head is treated with fungicides: sorbic acid (E200), sodium sorbate (E201), potassium sorbate (E202), etc.

    Why Russian cheese is useful

    The benefit of Russian cheese lies in the composition of this product. There is a useful and easily digestible protein in it, which takes an active part in the formation of systems and internal organs.

    This product also contains amino acids, which are necessary for the normal functioning of the whole organism. For example, they are responsible for the condition of the muscles, hormones, and they also protect the body from the negative effects of infections and viruses.

    B vitamins normalize the activity of the nervous system, which allows you to get rid of insomnia, fatigue and stress.

    There is also vitamin B12 in this product, which contributes to a faster recovery from anemia, anemia and hepatitis. In addition, the risk of the formation of red blood cells, which are involved in the regeneration of the nervous system, is reduced, and the vitamin also improves liver function.

    What is important, all vitamins and microelements found in Russian cheese are fully assimilated by the body.

    Potassium is a part of Russian cheese, which is necessary for the normal functioning of the cardiovascular system.

    Russian cheese contributes to a quick and effective recovery after strong and prolonged physical and mental stress.

    Russian cheese is widely used in cooking for the preparation of various dishes.

    This product is included in recipes for salads and appetizers. It is often grated and used for hot dishes and breading.