Look. You're at Pizza Hut, or you're about to order Pizza Hut, and you've decided to try to eat "healthy." Or you're stuck on a road trip and for reasons that are beyond your understanding, there's only Pizza Hut available. Whatever the details, you're in a predicament: trying to eat clean at a hut full of pizza.
You're at a food service establishment whose beverages consist of Mountain Dew and Pepsi, where the only items on the menu are carbs, cheese, and fried meats — the place that used kale to decorate a salad bar, before axing said salad bar. But it's going to be OK. They've got some lighter options.
A few general notes before we pinpoint specific orders to opt for: "Skinny Slice," "Fast Bake Thin 'N Crispy," and Udi's gluten-free crust. Skinny Slice is Pizza Hut's way of cutting calories by way of thin-crust pizza. They use less dough, and voilá, fewer calories and carbs. The "Fast Bake Thin 'N Crispy"-style of ordering also cuts down on calories and seems to be the lightest option on the menu. Lastly, you can get some pizza options gluten-free with an Udi's crust. Use any of these tactics to order the pie of your choice.