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Topic # 26878 6-Oct-2008 15:13
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I love pizza, but I don't want to get fat, so when I order pizza from Domino or Pizza Hut, I tell them to not add cheese.
Cheese is one of ingredient which will make you fat.
So no cheese pizza = less fat??

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  Reply # 169309 6-Oct-2008 15:21
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No cheese pizza = less fat? Correct.




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  Reply # 169311 6-Oct-2008 15:24
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A pizza without cheese?!  What's that like?

Better to eat it with cheese and just run a few extra miles!  Press play 30 minutes a day!

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  Reply # 169327 6-Oct-2008 16:04
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It would really depend on what else is in the pizza and how it's cooked. Most pizza companies have nutritional panels available and to be honest most pizza isn't really that high in fat but but is quite high in energy content and typically very high in sodium. If you cut out the cheese to get a "fat free" pizza you're still looking at a very high kj content anyway and is isn't necessarily much healthier.

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Reply # 169335 6-Oct-2008 16:30
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Yeah, what they said :-)

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Reply # 169336 6-Oct-2008 16:30
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No cheesa ona da peeza?

What? Yousa soma kinda crazee?



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  Reply # 169338 6-Oct-2008 16:35
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I have heard that diary product have high saturated fat, such as cheese and milk.
so maybe without cheese is more healther.

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  Reply # 169348 6-Oct-2008 17:02
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tamatama14: So no cheese pizza = less fat??


No pizza = no fat Cool

How about only eating it once every now and then - save yourself the fat plus you'll enjoy it more as a treat.

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  Reply # 169352 6-Oct-2008 17:35
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You really just need to look at the NIP and see what the pizza really has in it. Cutting out cheese won't make a significant difference, the reality is ~6 pieces of a typical pizza would exceed the 6700 kj that an average male should consume per day. Cheese isn't going to make a significant difference.

Many companies have NIP's available - Hungry Kiwis here the Hutt have theirs online and Hell have them instore if you ask.

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  Reply # 169406 6-Oct-2008 20:46
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Make your own? very simple and you control the calories! We have home-made roast vege pizza once a week usually. Much nicer than the rubbish that comes from the pizza shops and much better for you.




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  Reply # 169412 6-Oct-2008 21:00
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Next someone will invent a vegetarian pizza. What is this world coming too??




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Reply # 169427 6-Oct-2008 21:43
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Bonus points if the vege's are home grown Money mouth




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  Reply # 169428 6-Oct-2008 21:46
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Reminds me of a trip to subway: I'll have the meat sub, with extra meat please, oh and hold all salads :)




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  Reply # 169437 6-Oct-2008 22:18
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coffeebaron: Reminds me of a trip to subway: I'll have the meat sub, with extra meat please, oh and hold all salads :)


Or the young girl I saw in there once, asked for a sub with double cheese and bbq sauce. Thats it, nothing else. No meat no salad, just cheese and sauce.

Thats just as bad as a pizza without cheese.

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  Reply # 169525 7-Oct-2008 11:03
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nate:
tamatama14: So no cheese pizza = less fat??


No pizza = no fat Cool

How about only eating it once every now and then - save yourself the fat plus you'll enjoy it more as a treat.


Nate speaks the truth - leave the pizza with cheese and share it with friends/family occasionally, please don't be mean to pizza.

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