Once upon a time, a nomad crossed the desert with a pouch made from a goat’s stomach and filled with milk. The turbulence of the trip, plus the pouch’s heat and bacteria, caused the separation of liquid into a whey of solid material. This is the beautiful creation story of cheese. The “paneer” of India, the “kefir” of Central Asia, the “ricotta” of Italy, the “emmental” of Switzerland or the “Gouda” of Holland, people across the world consume cheese, for taste but also for healthy bones and teeth.

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Feta Cheese

Associated Nutrients - Feta Cheese

  • Calcium
  • Phosphorus
  • Vitamin A, B2 and B12
  • Protein

Associated Qualities - Feta Cheese

  • Contributes to bone and dental health
  • Decreases blood pressure
  • Strengthens the immune system