That was the kindly message printed at the bottom of my Sbarro receipt.
I am fast-food free in 2009 but my airport choices were limited to to McDonald's (ew) and one of those chinese buffets (double ew) so I went with a slice of cheese pizza and told myself I could still hold myself to my no-fast food in 2009 pledge since I didn't go for the mystery meat General Tso or the combo meal #4.
All the fast food chains' half-assed attempts at nutrition and health and trying to look like they are contributing to helping us halve our asses are just silly.
I checked out Sbarro's nutrition info since they seemed to care so much about my well-being. I clicked the nutrition tab and got a "Page under Construction" message.
Hmm, after some more research I found out from a few other sites that the cheese slice at Sbarro contains:
460 Calories & 13 grams of Fat
That is about the same amount as:
KFC Fried Chicken - 1 piece (Kentucky Grilled Chicken? Good luck with that re-branding campaign)
Taco Bell Nacho Supreme
Big Mac (540 Calories)
(found at: http://www.livestrong.com/thedailyplate/)
and almost double the amount of fat and calories in any other pizza chains slices
(I checked here: http://www.dietbites.com/calories/calories-in-pizza.html).
What the heck do they put in their pizza? Lard?
Hmmm, so thanks so much for the tip to exercise regularly since you have the least healthy pizza offering on the market.
To burn off that one slice would require at least an hour of most activities from basketball to running etc. and TWO HOURS of moderately fast walking.
And I may or may not have had a second slice....eeeep.
I'm packing granola bars next time.