Low Fat Cheese contains 50 / 50 Saturate / Unsaturate content.
Unsaturates contribute to removal of Saturates and other healthy physical functions, like Brain, mind functions etc etc.
Also Unsaturates shouldn't contain Nitrogen, Saturates do, which means Saturates will end up having their Nitrogen converted to Uric Acid, a toxin, that can buildup in the Kidneys, and can be associated in later adult life with Gout, (buildup of UC around the joints).
As Protein is Nitrogen containing also, To eat Saturates in the levels CC gives you, encourages a goodly amount of N to UC conversion from the Protein and Fats.
As mentioned on your last post about diet, you were eating 3 amounts of CC daily. I consider this too much, and accordingly suggested eating none, just because of the above reasons, and also CC is Casein rich, and Casein is 8 calories per gram, not 4 like most other Protein sources, so having too much left over Protein, coupled with additional Protein in a following meal, means possible wastage of Nutrients, by giving the body too much Protein to deal with, when your body doesn't need it, well not unless you were a 180+ lb male BB, in which case he might need large Protein amounts daily, you wouldn't, and especially not left over stuff digesting with fresh.
Low Fat Cheese could be an option but only in 1 meal a day, or a now and again thing, although as you'll see I negated that option in my last response to you