This cheese might be the ultimate superfood (and no, it's not French)
Researchers from Norway have found that eating a daily portion (about 57 g) of Jarlsberg (Norwegian cheese) can help prevent bone loss without increasing harmful cholesterol.
Jarlsberg is a soft and semi-soft cheese made from cow's milk. The cheese originates from a town of the same name in eastern Norway.
The Norwegian team hopes that the cheese can help stop osteoporosis and even prevent diabetes.
Previous research suggested that Jarlsberg may help increase levels of osteocalcin – a hormone associated with strong bones and teeth – but further studies are still needed.