Pizza makes you fat
We can debate on this one – as I’m not a certified nutritionist. Spiritualists like to say, “You are what you eat.” I’ll make a caveat by supporting the correctness of that statement. From a revolutionary point, man’s digestive tract is designed to assimilate foods like fresh fruits and vegetables. Also, we can include raw, organic, and wholesome foods.
What we put in our bodies affects our metabolism. Unnatural ingredients are poisonous to our system because they introduce toxins into the bodies. These toxins slow down the body’s metabolism rate.
If your pizza has unnatural and unhealthy ingredients, the toxins released in your body once ingested will affect your metabolism.It is not about eating excess carbohydrates or fewer fats and calories, like with most health concerns. It’s about feeding our body with artificial and unhealthy ingredients.
We are talking about sweeteners, modified food starch, and other artificial additives. If your pizza is loaded with artificial ingredients, it will affect your system. In that case, you can add weight.
Also, far from eating excess carbohydrates or the debate on whether eating grains is healthy, there are more problematic concerns. One real problem about adding weight is a slowed metabolism due to toxin build-up.Overeating is another major concern.
If you are eating a junk-free pizza on a regular – let’s say once in a week or even twice in a month – pizza won’t actually make you fat. Mostly, try not to eat junk pizza. Buy authentic Italian pizza from a pizzeria or switch to a more wholesome, home-baked pizza.
Also, the key to keeping your weight in check is regular exercise and occasional fasting sessions. If you are health conscious about your eating habits, you can keep your weight in check.