DE­LIV­ERED FROM EVIL

PAN EX­CESS FAT TO TRIM A DOUGHY MID­DLE

Mens Health (Australia) - - Nutrition -

SERVES TWO • EGGS, 1 WHOLE, 2 WHITES • BUCK­WHEAT FLOUR, 30G • SUN­DRIED TOMA­TOES, 7 • BASIL, 1TSP • TOMATO PUREE, 20G • MUSH­ROOMS, 3 SLICED • RED CAP­SICUM, ⅔, SLICED SLIM-DOWN EX­TRAS • A SWEET POTATO • BROC­COLI, 3 FLO­RETS • CASHEW CHEESE, 30G True, this leaner, greener pizza couldn’t be fur­ther from any­thing to have greased the gloved hands of a Pizza Hut de­liv­ery boy. Hell, it might just make an Ital­ian cry. But trust us, it hits the spot with­out mak­ing a home for it­self there. Broc­coli helps fill you up with­out fill­ing you out, be­ing rich in phy­to­chem­i­cals that keep obe­sity at bay. And if you chow down af­ter a work­out, the beta-carotene in the sweet potato will have you back in train­ing faster – Osaka Gakuin Univer­sity found that it aided re­cov­ery af­ter in­tense ex­er­cise. Re­plac­ing moz­zarella with cashew cheese brings its own ben­e­fits, too: a re­port in the Amer­i­can Jour­nal of Clin­i­cal Nutri­tion found men who swapped other foods for nuts lost half an inch from their waist. It’s pizza, but sliced from the thin­ner end of the wedge.

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