All there is to know about vegan cheese

All there is to know about vegan cheese

If you've decided on a vegan diet you may have already done your farewell cheese ceremony. Just let them go. But if you still crave cheese and opted for a vegan one, this is what you should know about vegan cheese.

More and more people who join the vegan diet are not willing to give up cheese. They usually resort to vegan cheeses that replace them, a product similar in appearance but very different in composition.

When you go to consume this type of product, keep in mind that the so-called "vegan cheeses" are basically made of water, coconut oil, starch, and flavorings. And that is all.

In vegan cheeses, everything is an advantage. Not only are they less processed and more natural than dairy cheeses, but they are also very complete.

5 incredible health benefits of vegan cheese

1- Calcium and Vitamins

The ingredients used as a base for cheeses make them a great source of calcium and other minerals and trace elements. They are also rich in vitamins such as E, provitamin A, B-complex, and C.

2- Healthy energy

In vegan cheeses, everything is an advantage. Not only are they less processed and more natural than dairy cheeses, but they are also very complete. They provide abundant energy in the form of carbohydrates, accompanied by fiber. Also healthy fats and quality proteins.

3- Toxic-free

It avoids consuming residues of hormones, viruses, bacteria, pus, and toxins contained in dairy products and generated by antibiotics, pesticides, and disinfectants assimilated by cattle in the industrial production process.

Vegan cheese provide probiotic bacteria, which protect the microbiota or intestinal flora. On the other hand, they do not contain addictive opioid peptides that increase intestinal permeability and constipation, or substances that are difficult or impossible to digest (such as lactose or casein) that end up in the blood and produce mucus, respiratory problems, and autoimmune disorders, among others.

4- Plenty of options

For people with intestinal problems, intolerances or allergies, there are gluten-free, soybean-free, and nut-free versions that can be made from seeds such as sunflower seeds or from starches and oils.

5-  Care for your guts

They provide probiotic bacteria, which protect the microbiota or intestinal flora.

On the other hand, they do not contain addictive opioid peptides that increase intestinal permeability and constipation, or substances that are difficult or impossible to digest (such as lactose or casein) that end up in the blood and produce mucus, respiratory problems, and autoimmune disorders, among others.

Peter O Brien

Peter started out his professional life as a restaurant critic but ended up moving to the kitchen, realizing that his passion didn’t only lie in tasting the food, but MAKING it. Follow his delicious recipes, as well as useful articles about the many benefits healthy and delicious food will bring to your life.+ info

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