Secrets for Eating Pizza Without Getting Fat


The sweet sauce, the melt-in-the-mouth cheese and the fluffy yet delicious crust are some of the things that make pizza so popular all over the world. Combining these ingredients result in one of the tastiest and most delicious meals on earth that only a few people can afford to say “no” to.

Research shows that more than 80% of pizza lovers can never give up on the delicious delicacy even if it means developing obesity. Now, that isn’t surprising, right?  While there are tons of reasons why a significant number of Canadians are obese, we can’t deny the fact that pizza plays an important role in the statistics.

So, the big question is, can you eat pizza without getting fat?  The simple answer is “yes.”  There are lots of ways to enjoy pizza without it causing too much trauma on your BMI, and it doesn’t always mean you prepare your own at home.

Read on to find out some of the secrets for enjoying pizza without getting fat.

1.     Order a thin crust

Most of the evils of this delicious meal lie in the crust. The standard pizza crust is stacked with a lot of calories and lacks any valuable nutrients. This is because most pizza crusts are made from highly refined wheat flour which sparks the insulin levels in your blood. This will make you crave for more pizza.

To avoid this problem, start ordering for a thin crust from your favorite pizza restaurant.

The good news is that a thin crust doesn’t deny you anything. It is just as tasty, but more nutritious. You can also order for a flourless crust made out of vegetables to cut down on the number of calories you consume.

2.     Change the meat on your pizza

Having meat on your pizza is an incredible idea since it helps you to fill up. However, the choice of the meat makes a huge difference. Fatty and unprocessed meat cuts such as sausage, mince, and bacon add unnecessary calories to each pizza slice.

So, instead of going for these options, consider ordering for lean protein options such as grilled chicken or turkey to complement your pizza.

Seafood is also another great option that can lower your calorie intake quite significantly. So, give that mussel, crab, or prawn pizza a try, and you won’t regret it.

3.     Avoid eating out of the box

Have you ordered pizza from your favorite pizza restaurant? When you finally have your delicacy, avoid eating it out of the box because you will most likely end up consuming more.

Research shows that a lot of people tend to consume more when their food is served on a relatively larger plate. Things can be even worse if you are eating the most delicious food on earth out of a giant box.

Eating from a relatively smaller plate will trick your mind into thinking that you have consumed more hence limiting your calorie intake. Ensure you keep the other slices out of reach; otherwise, it won’t be long before you grab the box for more.