Pizza is a staple on fast food menus around the world, so they’re not usually included in any diet book.
But a nutritional scientist and chef has now revealed that you can make pizza into a healthy meal by making just a few simple tweaks.
From opting for a thin crust to choosing a lower-fat cheese, these are the very easy ways you can eat a pizza without the guilt or the grease.
Pizza can be a healthy meal if you add plenty of vegetables on top, such as peppers (pictured), opt for a thin crust and cut back on the cheese
Toral Shah told Good Housekeeping Institute (GHI) that if you’re ordering from a takeaway, you should blot away any oil, eat from a plate as it will make you feel fuller quicker, and avoid fatty toppings.
And if you’re making your own, she says opt for a wholewheat flour when making the dough and make your own tomato sauce for the top.
Here are her top 12 tips for making pizza healthy.
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