A few weeks ago, I got all riled up while watching The Biggest Loser. All the food commercials were for seriously crappy food. It seems more than a little mean to advertise calorie laden food during an inspirational weight loss show. Especially if you consider that the majority of viewers are watching to get a little inspiration on their own path to get in shape.
The one that bothered me the most was by Domino's Pizza; they were advertising their amazing Oreo Pizza. What's the deal with that? It's not enough to make decadent, calorie-laden cheese pizzas, so they have to make dessert pizza too? I'm not even going to question how much crap is in it (although this commercial is pretty funny, I can admit that).
We can all agree that it serves no nutritional purpose, but if you're curious to how many calories are in a slice of this Oreo Pizza pie, read more
Here's the nutritional info on a typical meal from Domino's, including two slices of cheese pizza and one slice of Oreo Pizza. Their website is really sneaky because they give the info for each little part of the pizza. That means you have to do all the work and add up the calories in the crust, the sauce and the cheese in order to figure out how many calories are in one slice.
|Item||Calories||Fat (g)||Sat. Fat (g)||Sodium (mg.)||Carbs (g)||Sugar (g)||Protein (g)|
|2 of 8 equal slices of cheese pizza (14-inch Large)||480||18||7||940||84||8||24|
|1 of 8 equal slices of Oreo Dessert Pizza||120||4||1||110||20||8||2|
|TOTAL (2 slices cheese pizza, 1 slice Oreo Pizza)||600||22||8||1,050||104||16||26|