Food Comparison

August 2011 Issue

Mama Mia, Pizzeria!

Some folks are pizza aficionados; they’re very particular about their crust, sauce, toppings, and more. Then there are those who are a bit more relaxed about their pizza—as long as it’s a piece of triangle-shaped dough topped with sauce and cheese, it’s good enough. Whatever camp you fall into, it may surprise you to hear that pizza can, fairly easily, fit into a healthy diet. Not all pizza, mind you—we’re not talking about those pies with cheese stuffed into the crust, with a half-dozen different types of meat decorating the top.

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