- Question from Sangita: Is cheese the enemy? Are there any kinds that are better than others?
- Answers - Diana Dyer, M.S., R.D. Having significant loyalties to the state of Wisconsin, even though I live in Michigan — cheese is not the enemy. Again, I consume organic cheese. I consume cheese from cows that were grass fed, which actually improves the fatty acid profile to helpful fatty acid. Yet, I still don't eat it with abandon. I limit my cheese. In addition, feta cheese is lower in fat overall than most other cheeses. Because flavor is still important, most low-fat cheese on the market have reduced flavor. So, I like a regular cheese that happens to be lower in fat but still packs the punch of regular cheese and feta fits that bill.
On Tuesday, October 13, 2009, our Ask-the-Expert Online Conference was called Nutrition Through the Holidays. Diana Dyer, M.S., R.D. and Larissa Korde, M.D., M.P.H. answered your questions about what and how much to eat when holiday treats abound.
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