Published: Sat, February 03, 2018
Medicine | By Daryl Nelson

Eat Pizza for Breakfast

Eat Pizza for Breakfast

According to a recent study, a slice of pizza for breakfast just may be healthier than a common bland bowl of cereal.

Chelsey Amer, MS, RDN, CDN, a nutritionist based in NY, told The Daily Meal that "a slice of pizza contains more fat and much less sugar than most cold cereals, so you will not experience a quick sugar crash". "However, pizza packs a much larger protein punch, which will keep you full and boost satiety throughout the morning".

Pizza is nearly universally-loved-long-standing pineapple on pizza debate aside-so this is definitely good news for a lot of people.

Chelsey also admits that while it may have some nutritional benefits, pizza isn't exactly what you'd call a healthy food and should not be considered a regular alternative.

Nevertheless, not all types of cereal or pizza are created equal. But cereal isn't necessarily healthy, either-it's generally low in fiber and protein while high in sugar.

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We have to say, if we could eat pizza every single day, we would.

For example, sugary cereal like the Cinnamon Toast Crunch comes with 130 calorie and 9 gr of sugar per serving. Typical pizza ingredients and toppings (like cheese, vegetables, and meat) mean a morning slice might help you eat more of the foods that are lacking in most people's diets-and you'll be more satisfied, too.

According to a Consumer Reports analysis, people in North America eat big cereal servings. Some consumed up to 132% more than the usual serving size. Apparently, 92 percent ate more than one serving.

Plus, some pizzas have added sugar like the Pizza Hut's marinara pizza which contains 490 mg of salt and 8 gr. of sugar per serving. You can even go a step further and make it breakfasty by adding some avocado and an egg. Or you could save it as a treat, as Rifkin says people often do, and start your day with a more sensible, albeit less fun, first meal. "Pizza is a healthier breakfast than most cereals".

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