Healthy Pizza Chains in NKY?

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    Healthy Pizza Chains in NKY?

    What would be the healthiest pizza to get in Northern Kentucky?

    I tried Googling it but there was a bunch of different pages with a bunch of different answers.

    LaRosa's? Donato's? Are either of those unhealthy?

    Even if you don't know the healthiest, are any unhealthy?

    I need to know because my booty got HUGE and I need to get into shape so I can be in my own swimsuit calendar of handicapped people 👍

    Any help is VERY MUCH appreciated!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BFritz View Post
    What would be the healthiest pizza to get in Northern Kentucky?

    I tried Googling it but there was a bunch of different pages with a bunch of different answers.

    LaRosa's? Donato's? Are either of those unhealthy?

    Even if you don't know the healthiest, are any unhealthy?

    I need to know because my booty got HUGE and I need to get into shape so I can be in my own swimsuit calendar of handicapped people 

    Any help is VERY MUCH appreciated!
    For starters go wherever they offer a thin crust.

    As wonderful as it is to chomp on a thick doughy slice of pizza, all that extra carb is what's likely to do the most damage no matter what toppings you have on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-Ball-fan View Post
    For starters go wherever they offer a thin crust.

    As wonderful as it is to chomp on a thick doughy slice of pizza, all that extra carb is what's likely to do the most damage no matter what toppings you have on it.
    I appreciate it very much!

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    You can always make your own healthy "crust."

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFritz View Post
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    Cool, and whatever you do don't wash it down with a sugary soda, or any sugary beverage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFritz View Post
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    While it may sound like I'm an expert on such things, I got hefty doing exactly what I'm steering you away from. In other words, don't make the same mistakes that I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-Ball-fan View Post
    While it may sound like I'm an expert on such things, I got hefty doing exactly what I'm steering you away from. In other words, don't make the same mistakes that I did.
    lol........ I'm having trouble buttoning my jeans, so I've been drinking only one soda a day (or, like today, none), I've been avoiding fried foods, I eat salads a lot, and I quit drinking completely (that one is also because of the damage it does to the brain, and I'm already missing chunks of mine).

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    If healthy is a priority pizza is not for you.

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    I am thinking Healthy Pizza? About like which Oreos are healthiest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyde View Post
    If healthy is a priority pizza is not for you.
    Pretty much. Mix it in every now and then as your cheat meal. It will never be a healthy option.

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    Is there a such thing as healthy pizza? Skip the pizza and get a salad.

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    Healthy pizza
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    That being said - go thin crust, easy on the meat toppings. Mushrooms, onions, peppers - stuff like that is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengal Maniac View Post
    I am thinking Healthy Pizza? About like which Oreos are healthiest?
    They have Oreo-Thins now...just sayin'

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    mmmm....Don't you just want one?

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