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5 Secrets To Make Grilled Cheese Healthier

5 secrets to make grilled cheese healthier By:Hilary Meyer | Monday, July 9, 2012 Grilled cheese seems like the perfect food. Its easy to make, has few ingredients and sports a crispy crust and a warm, gooey, cheesy center. Whats not to love? How about the 410 calories and 18 grams of saturated fat per sandwich? I dont love that. Grilled cheese can attribute its high fat and calories to the butter spread on the outside of the bread to make it crispy and the copious amounts of cheese in the middle. Pair that with a couple of slices of plain white bread and you have a nutritional disaster. But do you really need all of that to make the perfect grilled cheese sandwich? No! Here are 5 secrets for how to make grilled cheese that saves calories and fat to boot. Dont Miss: 10 Secrets to Healthier Cooking 1. Pick the right cheese: When it comes to grilled cheese, not all cheese is created equal. Some people love American cheese. It has superior melting qualities, but it falls short on flavor (not to mention that its not even really cheese to begin with). So skip mild-flavored cheeses and opt for ones with a stronger flavorlike sharp, or even extra-sharp, Cheddar. Like blue cheese? Its als Continue reading >>

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  1. NatJS

    Does Metformin cause kidney damage?

    A friend has told me that taking metformin in the long term (>15 years) can cause permanent kidney damage. I've been googling but found not much information except that people with pre-existing kidney problems can't have metformin. But nothing obvious has come up. Has anyone read anything about this? Given I'm relatively young to have been diagnosed (31) I'm pretty worried about what the future has in store!

  2. Freema

    don´t know, but it sure seems to affect my kidneys , when I take metformin late in the day I have to go to the toilet many times every night and that must be because it affect my kidney that in some way try to get rid of the medication I think

  3. Freema

    maybe he has heard that it can be dangerous when one has already gotten kidney damage , and that is true , it can then accumulate in the body
    https://www.sharecare.com/health/metformin/diabetic-kidney-problem-occur-metformin

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