Debatable, when you consider the amount of cream and butter a 'real' cheese sauce requires. It's...a different kind of unhealthy. The issue is even less certain when people with dairy sensitivity are involved (I know lactose intolerant people who can't eat real cheese or aged cheese that can eat Kraft slices fine. Which doesn't say much for the dairy content of said cheese, but it's still a benefit. ).I will give a pass for nacho cheese, but mainly because the spices and peppers will cover the flavor of the fake cheese. Otherwise, stick with real cheese whenever possible. It's better for you, anyway. (Especially if the oils that make up the brand of American cheese are soybean or cottonseed oils. Avoid those like the plague, man....)
To live in a world where this is true. I have respiratory issues stemming from severe pneumonia as a kid. I get sick at the drop of a hat in cold weather. Especially if it's dusty. XDBest way to avoid that is by not getting sick. Proper nutrition is key... such as cutting fake cheese out of your diet.
Have you ever looked forward to an album, finally got it, and then realized it was literally the most depressing album you've ever listened to?