There ricotta cheese is one of those foods that is often considered indispensable in one diet. It is considered a low calorie dairy product and, given its versatility, it often replaces far more caloric ingredients in many sweet and savory recipes. It is easy to say ricotta, though: there is not only the vaccine, the goat one is widespread and enjoys ever greater success. Is it better to goat or cow ricotta on a diet?
Is ricotta really a friend of the diet?
In general, the cow's milk ricotta – if it is pure serum and has not been added with cream or milk – it is considered a lean product. It contains on average more proteins of high biological value, but less lipids than cheese and is low in calories and easily digestible: all characteristics that make ricotta an ideal food if you are trying to keep fat and calories under control.
What are the nutritional values of the two types of ricotta? 100 g of vaccine whey ricotta contain about 146 calories and 10.9 grams of fat. The one of goat, instead, it has a slightly higher calorie and lipid content: 180 calories and 13 grams of fat.
A big difference between the two types of ricotta is the qualitative one. It is, in fact, easier to find sheep milk products than vaccines, which come from grass-fed and less industrialized animals.
So, goat or cow ricotta with a diet?
Which to choose when you are on a diet in the end? If we take strictly into account the nutritional values, better that one vaccinates undoubtedly.
However, it is true that the goat ricotta is tastier, it could, therefore a smaller portion be enough to satisfy the palate and, therefore, consequently they would assume less calories and fat.
If the diet is not strictly slimming, but you are looking for a diet that facilitates the digestive processes, better to opt for that of goat. The sheep milkin fact it is more digestible, because the fat particles are smaller (and therefore easier to "dismantle" once they have reached the stomach).
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