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    25 Excellent Reasons To Eat More Cheese

    Not that you need convincing.

    1. Eating seven weekly servings of dairy can reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke.

    According to a recent study of 4,000 people in Taiwan, "The key is daily consumption of dairy foods — but at the rate of about five servings over a week." Bring on the brie!

    2. Cheese plates are ridiculously cute.

    3. People have been eating cheese since before the dawn of recorded history.

    4. You don't have to spend tons of cash to get quality cheese.

    5. Fondue is a super easy dinner option, and means you get to eat bread dripping with cheese as A MEAL.

    6. This portable cheese melter could change your life forever.

    7. Full-fat cheese is a good source of protein that isn't as bad for your cholesterol as you'd think.

    8. Who needs an actually wedding cake when you can have a wedding "cheesecake"?

    9. FOUR WORDS: Grilled cheese ice cream sandwich.

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    10. Nachos are freakin' delicious.

    11. It's good alone...OR paired with things.

    12. Blue cheese has anti-inflammatory properties.

    13. You can replace boring, healthy sushi with cheese.

    14. You know what cheese goes really well with? WINE.

    15. Grilled cheese and tomato soup is scientifically proven to cure colds, fevers, and general unhappiness.

    16. Cheese is vegetarian if you make sure it's free of animal rennet.

    17. All you have to do is buy it and place it on a board and you seem impressive.

    18. There's nothing better than an ice-cold, tangy slice of mozzarella in the summer.

    19. Cheese is objectively the best drunk food.

    20. Some soft cheeses like cheddar, swiss, Parmesan, and particularly gouda contain scores of healthy probiotics.

    21. IT'S SO MELTY.

    22. Cheese is high in vitamin B12. You need vitamin B12 to survive.

    23. It's good when it's hot...

    24. ...and when it's cold.

    25. Cheese may actually prevent cavities.

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