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(Medical Xpress)   A little cheese could help those of you with thin bones. Note the lack of "Food" tab - this is not a euphemism   (medicalxpress.com) divider line
    More: Spiffy, Nutrition, Bone, Cholesterol, daily portion of Jarlsberg cheese, Osteoporosis, Calcium, experimental studies, Cheese  
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386 clicks; posted to STEM » on 03 Aug 2022 at 7:29 AM (7 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-08-03 7:38:19 AM  
The effects seem to be specific to this type of cheese, the findings indicate.

Sounds like more research is needed, and I'm happy to sign up for this important moment in history!  When can I expect my deliveries of medically-necessary Jarlsberg cheese to begin arriving?
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I think we should augment the study to include rye bread and Black Forest ham.  Maybe a spicy brown mustard.
 
2022-08-03 8:17:28 AM  
I love Jarlsberg cheese, and often buy big wedges from Costco. Never thought of it as 'medicinal' though.
 
2022-08-03 8:37:02 AM  

Private_Citizen: I love Jarlsberg cheese, and often buy big wedges from Costco. Never thought of it as 'medicinal' though.


Gonna have to try buying it with my FSA card.
 
2022-08-03 8:57:06 AM  

Private_Citizen: I love Jarlsberg cheese, and often buy big wedges from Costco. Never thought of it as 'medicinal' though.


Ditto, although 57g a day is a bit much.
 
2022-08-03 9:04:57 AM  
We probably go through 2-3 lbs of various cheeses a week. Guess I won't have thin bones.
 
2022-08-03 9:22:25 AM  
Yeah, but wait until you hear about the Jasper's.....
 
2022-08-03 9:45:04 AM  
Jarlsberg + ham + rye + panini press

Oooo yeah
 
2022-08-03 12:49:56 PM  
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