So just yesterday I wrote an extensive article about….
And the 5 dieting lessons you can learn from them to ditch the jelly belly and tone up this Summer (if you missed it go here)
Now, this triggered quite a few great questions about cheese, saturated fat and cholesterol….
With one member on my Fat Loss Mastery Body Transformation programme, asking:
“I’m still worried and confused about giving my kid’s cheese when I’m being told to cut out cheese and saturated fat?”
And with me being the nerdy guy I am
^^^ who’s mission is to learn all of the words to my 100 Nursery Rhyme playlist so I’m the coolest Dad at my daughter’s birthday parties
I thought I’d clarify this for you with the help of our Guinness drinking friends over in Ireland (now there’s a way to get your iron levels up)
You see, a recently nursery rhyme…I mean study…in the Nutrition and Diabetes journal
^^^ my daughter, Ottilie, now thinks this journal is a nursery rhyme 😉
Looked at the impact of dairy foods (like cheese, yoghurt and milk) on the body fat, cholesterol and diabetes risk in 1500 Irish people
And after sinking a fair few pints of Guinness to get their iron levels up…our friends in lab coats found:
* Eating cheese was associated with – potentially – a reduced risk of developing Type 2 diabetes
* Eating saturated fat from cheese was NOT associated with higher levels of ‘bad’ cholesterol…even though they ate more fat in their diet :- )
^^^ Ba Ba Ba, Ba…Babybel 🙂
* Milk MAY play a role in helping improve blood pressure and how you handle sugar…
* The authors SUGGESTED that lowER fat and highER carbohydrate diets COULD be related to bad cholesterol
Now, before you go and celebrate this Brie-lliant news <<< see what I did there?
by eating your body weight in cheese…
What I want to share with you is the ONE single, most effective way to lower your blood pressure, cholesterol, risk of diabetes…
Oh – and level up your energy and fit back into your favourite clothes …
that’s losing body fat
How do you do this?
Creating a diet that SUITS your lifestyle?
Allows you to eat your favourite foods (be it cheese or cheeseCAKE)
spend less time worrying about what’s ‘healthy’ for you and your family
And more time actually enjoying time with them (and even getting on the trampolines with them…As Fat Loss Mastery member, Cassie, did last week :-))
^^^ You know, so you don’t have to eat separately like you would do on one of those faddy diets where they tell you that you have to run FAST to eat carbs or you don’t get them….Not for me, either!
And I’m going to be showing how you can do this in my 28-day Fit Mum Challenge (which I’ll reveal more about very soon)
So you can cheddar a few pounds from your waistline
And know that even if you fall (at the final ‘curdle’) or have a setback
That ‘half-assed’ is better than ‘no-assed’
Which is exactly what our 28-Day Fit Mum Challenge does for you
Matt ‘cheesey’ Fruci
PS. 2 days until I’m going to open up my 28 Day Fit Mum Challenge to the public
So, if you want the early-bird info, just hit reply with “Fit Mum Yes”