A doctor spoke about the dangers of taking cheese by hypertension Patient.
Nutritionist Koroleva: it is not recommended to eat a lot of cheese for hypertension, kidney diseases and migraines It is not recommended to eat a lot of cheese for hypertension, kidney diseases and migraines. This was told by a nutritionist, MD Margarita Koroleva in a conversation with “Moscow 24”.
“Cheese is contraindicated in large quantities to people with hypertension. It contains a large number of salt components. It’s always fluid retention, an increase in the volume of circulating blood,” the nutritionist said.
According to her, all this cannot but affect the state of the vascular wall and the level of blood pressure.
She also recommends that people with kidney diseases be careful with this product. The fact is that with the abuse of cheese, the fluid in the body is delayed and the passage of urine is disrupted, the doctor notes.
The doctor also noted that cheese is allowed in limited quantities for people with migraines.
She stressed that even if a person has no contraindications, this does not mean that cheese should be on the table every day.
“The diet should be quite diverse. It should contain not only animal products, but also plant products, more dietary fibers and other sources of high-grade protein. Cheese can be eaten a maximum of 3-4 times a week,” the Queen concluded.
On March 29, doctor Vladimir Stankevich said that compulsive overeating can lead to obesity, which can subsequently provoke the development of dangerous diseases in humans.