Here is the Dash Diet Guide to a Healthy Pizza . It is fine to have pizza while you are on the Dash Diet, but you have to be careful in how your order or make your pizza, here is a Dash Diet Guide to a Healthy Pizza.
By substituting the most calorie-filled part, the crust with healthier alternatives, you can enjoy delicious, guilt-free pizza.
You must have a thin crust
Cut your Pizza into 16 portions
Use Whole Wheat Pizza Dough
Use all the Veggie topping you want
Sorry No Meat (they are full of salt).
Healthy Pizza Options
Here are 6 Healthy Pizza Recipes for you to try,by substituting the most calorie-filled part, the crust with healthier alternatives, you can enjoy delicious, guilt-free pizza.
LOW SODIUM CHEESES
Cheese is a rich source of calcium which is good for bone health and cheese is also a source of vitamin B12, Vitamin A and Iron. Salt is usually added to increase the shelf life so there have quite a variety of sodium levels in cheese, here are 5 cheeses for you to choose from that don’t contain a high amount of sodium in them.
Brick Cheese – this is a cheese made in Wisconsin, the color ranges from yellow to white and has a sweet and mild flavor, it is a medium / soft cheese.
Cream Cheese- it is made from cream instead of milk and at 85 milligrams of sodium per 1-ounce serving, it’s a great cheese to put on a (low-sodium) cracker.
Goat Cheese – is lower in fat and calories, it has a creamy and rich flavor, Goat cheese contains just over 100 milligrams per serving. So sprinkle some on your salad.
Mozzarella – if you are looking for a low-salt, extra-mild and soft cheese, try mozzarella. The whole-milk variety is lower in sodium, with 105 milligrams
Swiss Cheese has the distinctive holes in a slice of Swiss cheese are made when carbon dioxide is released during the manufacturing process. Swiss cheese varies in taste and texture depending on the ingredients added, Swiss cheese contains approximately 54 milligrams of sodium per slice.