This is the only reason I choke down the swill every morning. It’s totally on faith.
It’s also worth noting (as I’ve long suspected) that there does seem to be a genetic component to its effects, which is probably why I a) don’t like the stuff and b) it has no discernible effect on me.
There is no reason to even consider eating reduced-fat cheese. Same with all dairy, including milk. Low-fat milk is a nutritional abomination.
It’s almost impossible to find whole-milk mozarella, at least shredded. Fage won’t produce a whole-milk Greek yogurt; best you can do is two percent. And Costco only sells fat-free. Fortunately, Trader Joe’s has started selling its own brand, in whole-milk, at a lower price, so that’s our new yogurt.
The American Heart Association recommends a heart-healthy dietary pattern emphasizing fruits, vegetables, whole grains and other nutritious foods and specifically that at least half of grain consumption should be whole grains. Whole grains provide many nutrients, such as fiber, B vitamins, and minerals, which are removed during the refining process.
No protein, no fat. This is the kind of diet that helped kill my father from his second heart attack decades ago, at age 55.