While cheese can be high in saturated fat and salt, it contains many essential nutrients like calcium and protein. There are now many options on the market that offer low-fat and low-sodium versions of your favorites. We'll help you take a closer look at whether these alternatives can be part of a healthy diet and what varieties of cheese are the healthiest.

Check out the slideshow above to discover the best and worst cheeses to buy.

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