If I crave pizza, I'll put marinara sauce (or spagetti sauce) in a pita pocket and add shredded cheese or string cheese and toast it in the toaster oven until the cheese melts. It's so good! You can also add green peppers, mushrooms, & more.
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When eating pizza I have found that taking clean paper napkins and gently blotting the top of your pizza will wick up a fair amount of oils . The last time I had pizza at our favorite place I used 3 napkins on an 8 inch square pizza. I figure any oil I take off the top of my pizza is that much less oil that I am not taking in.
I keep a box of prewashed baby spinach in the fridge. If I'm having a can of soup, I throw in a couple fistfuls. Same thing with pasta sauce, scrambled eggs, and I also use it for sandwiches instead of lettuce. Great way to get iron and a serving of veggies!
It's also great on Pizza with garlic!
Just one slice of plain pizza has 10 grams of fat and 4.4 grams of saturated fat (so bad for your heart) Stick to 1 slice if you really must have pizza and make sure it's thin crust and eat pizza only rarely. Instead make Eggplant pizza
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