Usually, semi-hard or hard cheeses are stored in the refrigerator for about two weeks (if they are packaged), says dietitian Tatiana Razumovskaya.
Cheese is a good way to strengthen your teeth and control your appetite. Nutritionist Tetiana Razumovska outlined the main beneficial properties of the product.
“Protein is the main building block for the body. The first signs of its lack are swelling on the face and swelling of the legs, frequent colds, weakness, and fatigue. If you do not pay attention to these “bells and whistles,” the consequences can be more serious. According to the WHO, an adult whose physical activity is not very high needs 45-55 grams of protein per day, so it is useful to include cheese in the diet,” she says.
The key to eating cheese is to regulate its amount (no more than 25-30 grams per day). Typically, semi-hard or hard cheeses are stored in the refrigerator for about two weeks (if they are packaged), but there are varieties that last up to four months, such as Gouda, Dutch, Masdam, and Russian. The main “life” of Parmesan is up to six months.
Soft cheeses, such as Camembert, should be eaten as soon as possible – within seven to ten days. But this can be handled by putting the cheese in the freezer and keeping it for up to three months.