Jarlsberg cheese may help stave off osteoporosis, small study suggests | Osteoporosis | The Guardian

Eating Jarlsberg cheese may help to prevent bone thinning and stave off osteoporosis, research suggests.Jarlsberg is a mild cheese made from cow’s milk, with regular holes that mean it is classified as a Swiss-type cheese, although it originates from Norway. It is rich in vitamin K2, which has previously been found to improve bone health.The results of a study published in the journal BMJ Nutrition Prevention & Health suggest a daily portion could be beneficial to bone growth and regeneration.

Source: Jarlsberg cheese may help stave off osteoporosis, small study suggests | Osteoporosis | The Guardian

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