Dr. Neal Bernard MD has had a major influence on my nutrition studies. His latest book "The Cheese Trap" really depicts how seriously damaging Cheese is to the evolution of the human health crisis. He poses this question below....
"Cheese—a high-fat, high-cholesterol, and high-sodium topping—is nearly everywhere, from K-12 school lunch rooms to elegant dinner parties. It even has its own aisle at the grocery store. Could steering clear from this product, one that’s a linchpin in the standard American diet, be the catalyst to weight loss, optimal health, and disease prevention?"
What do you think?
Personally, I cut cheese out of my daily nutrition 3 years ago and anytime I've tried to "splurge" I've not only gotten sick but develop weird cravings for foods I would never eat. I think the combination of hormones, fat, lactose and mold in cheese is a deadly addictive combination.
Here's the blog I wrote about cheese in 2016