Most cheeses are high in calcium, protein and phosphorous. These nutrients are considered to be the building blocks of strong bones and muscles. Vitamins that can be found in cheese include vitamin A, vitamin B-12, vitam... More »

Despite some controversy over cholesterol, eggs provide some of the best nutrition available because they contain no carbohydrates and are low-sodium and sugar free. In addition, eggs are also gluten-free and rich in ami... More »

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Raw beets have 58 calories per 136 gram serving. They have no saturated fats or trans fats and no cholesterol, though they contain 106 milligrams of sodium. They contain 13 grams of carbohydrates, of which 9 grams are su... More »

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Cheese is good for you in moderation because it is high in protein, rich in calcium and high in essential vitamins needed by active bodies. Dairy products, such as cheese, help strengthen bones and teeth, and the protein... More »

The plural of cheese is cheeses. Cheese is a food that primarily consists of curd, which is the semisolid substance formed when milk curdles or coagulates. More »

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The consistency of most cheeses changes dramatically when frozen. Consequently, food experts strongly advise against freezing cheese, especially of the softer and artisinal varieties. However, certain harder cheeses may ... More »

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Hard cheeses can be frozen for up to 3 months according to Consumer Reports. Other types of dairy, including cream, milk, butter and yogurt may also be frozen. All food items should be frozen on or before their expiratio... More »