Jarlsberg cheese may help stave off osteoporosis, small study suggests

Jarlsberg is rich in vitamin K2, which has previously been found to improve bone health

Eating Jarlsberg cheese may help to prevent bone thinning and stave off osteoporosis, research suggests.

Jarlsberg is a mild cheese made from cow’s milk, with regular holes that mean it is classified as a Swiss-type cheese, although it originates from Norway. It is rich in vitamin K2, which has previously been found to improve bone health.

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