The content of lactic acids in the blue cheese is too low, and the percentage of water is high, which creates favorable conditions for fungal growth. Fungi, getting into the body, provoke a gastrointestinal dysfunction. Besides, mold is the main source of an antibiotic that suppresses a beneficial microflora, which also ends up with gastrointestinal disorders. Fungi, contained in blue cheese, can cause allergies.
Along with fungi spores, the Listeria contamination may result in listeriosis, which increases the possibility of miscarriages, stillbirths or serious fatal diseases.
Try to avoid eating soft-ripened cheese during pregnancy.
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