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2018/01/08 19:19
Pizzaishealthy.Anditisn’thealthy.  披萨很健康,但也不健康。  Dependingonthetypeofcrust,theamountofcheeseandthetoppingsused,pizzacanrankanywherefromnutritionallydecenttoadietdisaster.  这取决于它饼皮的类型,芝士的量和饼皮上的食材,披萨可以营

 Pizza is healthy. And it isn’t healthy.


  Depending on the type of crust, the amount of cheese and the toppings used, pizza can rank anywhere from nutritionally decent to a diet disaster.


  Even healthy pizzas deliver a good amount of sodium from tomato sauce and cheese, so if you are watching your salt intake, you should eat with caution. Of course, the size of the slice and the number of slices you eat count, too.


  Pizza pros include the fact that it offers calcium from cheese and disease-fighting lycopene from tomatoes. And pizza crust made with whole-wheat flour (including whole white wheat flour) is healthier than regular white crust, as it offers whole grains and fiber and is digested more slowly than refined grains.


  But what you put on your pizza can significantly impact its nutritional value. Toppings such pepperoni, sausage and extra cheese can boost saturated fat, sodium and calories, while slices made with thinner crusts and topped with veggies tend to have lower calorie, saturated fat and sodium counts.


  For example, a large slice of Pizza Hut’s Thin ’N Crispy Veggie Lovers pizza has 240 calories, 4 grams of saturated fat and 710 milligrams of sodium. But a large slice of the chain’s Meat Lovers pan pizza with pepperoni, sausage, ham, bacon, pork and beef has 480 calories, 10 grams of saturated fat and 1,180 milligrams of sodium.

  举个例子,一大块Pizza Hunt’s的素薄饼披萨含有240卡路里,4克饱和脂肪和710毫克钠。但是同样来自Pizza Hunt’s的一大块包含意大利辣香肠,香肠,火腿,培根,猪肉以及牛肉的披萨则包含480卡路里,10克反式脂肪以及1180毫克钠。

  Frozen pizzas can be a convenient dinner, but they too can vary in terms of ingredients and nutritional value, especially with sodium counts, so it’s important to read labels carefully (some contain small amounts of trans fats, too).


  When it comes to kids and pizza, one recent study concluded that pizza consumption among children and adolescents was associated with a higher daily calorie intake and higher intakes of saturated fat and sodium. The study also found that pizza eaten as a snack or from fast-food restaurants had the greatest negative impact on calorie intake.


  Pizza consumed in schools did not significantly affect children’s calorie intake, probably because it may not be that nutritionally different from other school entrees, according to study authors.


  If you enjoy pizza on a regular basis, try making it at home using healthier ingredients, such as whole-wheat English muffins, part-skim mozzarella cheese and tomato sauce without added salt. And don’t forget to top it with lots of vegetables; the more colorful your pizza, the better!