Cottage Cheese Diet

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Fad diets, weight loss plans and calorie counting programs are always in high demand during the summer months. The cottage cheese diet is currently one of those making the rounds and it really is generating a loud buzz.

The commercial Cottage Cheese is actually prepared from curd (Not directly from milk) and hence it is usually low in fat. This is also responsible for its different flavor as compared to its natural counterpart. Perhaps this might also explain for it being a favorite of President Nixon who loved to eat it with catsup or black pepper (or both).

It may seem peculiar to eat chunks of cheese while on a diet. Most of the other diets advise against cheese and if necessary you should have low fat cheese. There are viable advantages in using dairy products while dieting. There are very many types of cheese, around 400, but this type of cheese is considered the best. It is a very healthy form of cheese.

Cottage cheese has many nutritional benefits - it contains low fats, low carbohydrates, and high in protein content. It can provide your body with essential nutrients because this cheese is a low carb food packed with high proteins.

In fact, no type of food will help you lose weight, those are just more weight loss hype and rumours. On the other hand, you can eat pretty much anything and not gain any weight with the right weight program. Allow me to let you in a little secret. Diets don't work, people just make stuff up about diets because since weight loss is such a huge demand topic, they think people will buy almost anything.

Many people who have put themselves on this diet have used this delicious food to replace their formerly large breakfasts and they insist that they see results. Other people have used this food to replace a higher fat or higher carb ingredient in some recipes

A naturally manufactured cottage cheese is made from fresh milk, rennet and mesophilic starter culture (this would help grow 'good bacteria' which is needed in giving the cheese its flavor and aids in coagulation). It is very rare to find natural cottage cheese nowadays.

Cottage cheese is often mixed with fruits or chives, eaten with salads or in recipes. Weight lifters in particular try to integrate cottage cheese into their diets, since the high protein makes it a good muscle builder. As a small amount of cottage cheese contains lots of casein which is a slow-digesting protein.

All cheese is made out of milk that is certainly extracted from animals such as sheep, cows or goats. The fresh milk that is taken from these animals is left to coagulate so as to type curds, which are generally pressed and aged into the product that we know as cheese.

These kinds of dieting fads might be all the rage right now, but they are not the types of programs that promote healthy weight loss. To get rid of cottage cheese thighs now, and keep them gone forever, people need to work hard and utilize a good, solid, healthy weight loss system.

This diet plan is great and gives you a good chance to lose 5 pounds or more in 5 days. That is one pound a day, not bad. But this is not an exception from the rules: if you want to get results as fast as possible, it will be as hard as well.

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This article was published on 2011/02/24