Olive oil contains omega-9 (which helps to decrease cholesterol levels), reduces the appetite, quickens metabolism, and beneficially affects the stomach, skin, and hair.
Vegetable oil is a very caloric product, and one should limit its consumption to 1 tablespoon per day. And forget about using vegetable oil for frying!
Conclusion: There is no winner here. Both products are equally beneficial in natural form and contain almost the same amount of calories.
The fattiness and taste of cheese are on the same high level, but a gorgeous aroma lets us take just a small amount. Aged cheeses contain probiotics.
Cream is a bomb with calories that can turn a Thumbelina into a sumo wrestler. The dependency on this mild buttery taste can lead to increased cholesterol levels.
Conclusion: A good choice is mozzarella, tofu, cottage cheese, or feta. Though you will definitely have to cut back on cream in coffee, desserts, soups, and mashed potatoes.
The fatty layer in mutton contains saturated fatty acids, which fight with fatty tissues. Lamb meat also contains lecithin, which normalizes the body’s cholesterol metabolism.
Pork is harder to digest than mutton due to its high fat and calorie content. But it has many nutrients and minerals. Eating too much pork will lead to obesity.
Conclusion: Mutton is a great source of protein and vital nutrients. In order to reduce the caloric content of the dish, it is better to cut off all visible fat from the meat. Thus, a leg of lamb will beat a baked pork brisket.