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I Love Pizza But Am Trying to Eat Healthy. Is There Any Way I Can Have Pizza without Ruining My Eating Plan?

Pizza can actually be a great dinner choice, and making it at home is a fun family experience. Find a recipe for whole-wheat crust or purchase a prepared whole-wheat crust. Try to keep the crust thin or medium thickness. Top it with red sauce, lots of vegetables, lean meat and low-fat cheese. Add a salad to help balance out your meal.

If you are ordering out, request the thin-crust pizza with extra vegetables and lean meats such as chicken or Canadian bacon. Try to stick to pizzas with red sauce or olive oil and skip the extra cheese.

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