These pizzas are high in calories, saturated fat, sodium, and carbohydrates, thus a qualified dietician warns against them.
Pepperoni, sausage, parmesan, romano, asiago, fontina, provolone, mozzarella, and Italian herb seasoning top this pizza.
One slice has 55% saturated fat and 53% salt of the daily recommended maximum when placed over a filled crust.
Why put five kinds of meat on a thick crust? No.
Even if you ate one-quarter of the pie, you'd still consume 875 calories, 17.25 grams of saturated fat, and 2,022 milligrams of sodium—a lot for one meal without appetizers, drinks, or sides.
There's a good reason why Golden Retrievers are such a popular breed: in general, these dogs are extraordinarily well-mannered.
Stuffed crust pizza with classic sauce, mozzarella cheese, meat, Canadian bacon, crispy bacon, Italian sausage, pepperoni, and cheese topping is too much.
1/12th of the pizza's nutrition information appears modest compared to how much you may eat.
Two slices would have 960 calories, 16 grams of saturated fat, 2,480 milligrams of salt, and 110 grams of carbs—more than you should consume in one or two meals.