Calorie Counts for Cheese, Milk & Dairy

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  • 1.    American Cheese

    American cheese is a rich source of calcium and offers up a good dose of protein into your diet as well.

  • 2.    Blue Cheese

    Blue cheese does also supply some protein to the daily diet; eat in moderation for best results.

  • 3.    Brie Cheese

    Brie cheese is about half fat content, half protein content and is entirely carb free making it good for those who are doing low carb diet plans.

  • 4.    Buttermilk

    Buttermilk is higher in saturated fat content than regular milk but does also provide some protein content as well.

  • 5.    Camembert Cheese

    Camembert cheese is carbohydrate free and is a good source of protein, calcium, as well as phosphorus, but does contain a high dose of saturated fat as well.

  • 6.    Cheddar Cheese

    Cheddar cheese is an excellent source of calcium and protein and is okay to consume in moderation.

  • 7.    Cheese

    Cheese is a great way to get more calcium into your diet and promote strong bones, but being as calorie dense as it is, try and keep serving sizes to moderate portions.

  • 8.    Colby Cheese

    Colby cheese is a rich source of calcium and phosphorus and will help to prevent muscle cramps.

  • 9.    Cottage Cheese

    Cottage cheese is well known for its casein protein content, which is a form of protein that digests very slowly in the body and will supply you with amino acids for hours at a time.

  • 10.    Cream Cheese

    Cream cheese is available in full fat, low fat, and fat free varieties and can help to contribute some protein to your diet plan.

  • 11.    Feta Cheese

    Feta cheese is a rich source of riboflavin and vitamin B12, so will help to promote high energy levels while keeping your bones strong due to its calcium content.

  • 12.    Goat's Cheese

  • 13.    Gorgonzola Cheese

  • 14.    Gouda Cheese

    Gouda cheese is rich in protein and contains a small amount of sugar so is a good way to boost your calcium intake.

  • 15.    Havarti Cheese

    Havarti cheese is a lower sodium variety of cheese and contains less fat than many other varieties so is a good pick for cheese lovers.

  • 16.    Mexican Cheese

  • 17.    Milk

    Milk is one of the best ways to meet your calcium requirements for the day and will also supply you with a good dose of protein as well.

  • 18.    Mozzarella Cheese

    Mozzarella cheese is available in regular fat and low fat and will provide you with protein as well as calcium without adding too much sodium to your day.

  • 19.    Muenster Cheese

    Muenster cheese does contain a high amount of saturated fat but is also rich in calcium as well as protein.

  • 20.    Parmesan Cheese

    Parmesan cheese is one cheese form that is lower in total fat content and does provide you with a good source of protein as well as calcium.

  • 21.    Provolone Cheese

    Provolone cheese contains equal amounts of protein along with total fat and will also pack in a good dose of calcium into your diet plan as well.

  • 22.    Ricotta Cheese

    Ricotta cheese gets half of its fat from the saturated variety and will also provide you with selenium and calcium.

  • 23.    Romano Cheese

    Romano cheese, like other cheeses, is high in saturated fat but does provide almost one third of your daily calcium needs in a one ounce serving.

  • 24.    Skim Milk

    Some studies have shown that skim milk is associated with certain types of cancer like prostate, but the jury is still out.

  • 25.    Sour Cream

  • 26.    Soy Milk

    Soy milk is a good option for those who can't consume dairy products and offers some protein as well.

  • 27.    Soy Yogurt

    Soy yogurt is a lactose free yogurt that primarily gets its calories from carbohydrates, with some coming from protein and fat.

  • 28.    String Cheese

    String cheese is one way to get more protein and calcium into your day, but due to the fact this is a processed cheese source, it will contain some unwanted ingredients that you would be better off avoiding, so eat in moderation only.

  • 29.    Swiss Cheese

    Swiss cheese is low in sodium and is a great source of Vitamin B12, calcium, as well as protein.

  • 30.    Yogurt

    Yogurt is a dairy source that's high in calcium and protein content and will provide a good dose of phosphorus and B vitamins to the body.