When I was pregnant with Elijah, I remember the OB GYN nurse telling me that one food that I must absolutely not eat was pizza. I never understood why, but she was pretty adamant about it.
Pizza does not have to be an un-healthy forbidden endeavor. Actually it can be quite wholesome AND yummy.
Start with a homemade whole wheat crust. This is the Betty Crocker
pizza dough recipe. I used all whole wheat flour and coconut oil instead of
olive oil. Sprinkle pizza dough with a little garlic salt after it is rolled and on the pan.
Bake for 10 minutes at 400 degrees. Then add your ingredients.
Add your tomato paste/sauce to the pizza.
Add your favorite ingredients. Most vegetables should be pre-
sauteed in water (and garlic if you like) until they are tender crisp.
This is a vegetarian/vegan pizza. I knew my hubby wanted cheese.
I wanted to try it without and do without the added fat.
Bake for another 10-15 minutes at 400 degrees.
Well, I wanted to indulge in my vegan pizza without
worrying about all the carbs I was consuming. So I took my
Nutrilite Carb Blocker 2. This supplement uses fermented soy and
white kidney bean abstracts to block the absorption of both sugars
and starches without blocking vital minerals and nutrients. It will block
up to 500 carbohydrate calories! Click on the photo to learn more about
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