Cheese tastes sweet and delicious. Many children like it. But eating too much will do harm to the body, so what are the hazards of eating cheese?
Cheese contains body fat and calorific value. If you take too much, it may cause signs of obesity and be harmful to your physical and mental health.
Cheese contains trans fats, which are oleic acid, an unsaturated fat. Trans fat is an unhealthy substance, which seriously endangers the physical and mental health of the heart. If the intake of trans fat is too much, it may cause cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.
Destroy nutrition and increase free radicals: cheese contains a lot of fat, which is easy to be oxidized. The oxidation of fat will destroy the nutritional components of fat soluble vitamins and fatty acids, and produce oxidative free radicals harmful to human body.
Abdominal pain, diarrhea, acute gastroenteritis: cheese is easy to breed bacteria, which may lead to bacterial infection, and when bacteria breed, they will produce toxins and stimulate the intestine, resulting in abdominal pain, diarrhea, acute gastroenteritis and other problems.
Cheese is a kind of high calorie food. Usually, eating it in moderation will not cause discomfort symptoms. Eating it in large quantities for a long time will lead to symptoms such as dyspepsia and strong oil secretion. In severe cases, there will be symptoms such as facial acne and endocrine disorder.