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Roquefort may contribute to French heart disease ‘paradox’

Zoom in font  Zoom out font Published: 2012-12-18  Origin: dairyreporter.com  Authour: Mark Astley  Views: 47
Core Tip: The consumption of moulded cheese, including Roquefort, may contribute to the occurrence of the ‘French paradox’ – the term used to explain France’s “illogically” low cardiovascular mortality rate.
moulded cheeseThe ‘French Paradox’ was introduced by scientist Serge Renaud during research into France’s low rate of cardiovascular mortality. Despite high consumption of saturated fat, France has one of the lowest rates of cardiovascular mortality in the world.

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