Is Cheese Bad for Seniors?

Is Cheese Bad for Seniors

Is Cheese Bad for Seniors?

Cheese is an excellent calcium and vitamin D source. Hence, pasteurized firm cheese is a perfect addition to an older person’s food plan. However, soft cheeses such as brie, goat cheese, and camembert have high moisture levels and low acidity, so that they may contain illness-causing bacteria.

Therefore, soft cheeses can be harmful to seniors with a weakened immune system.


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