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Tiny Tummy Tips, Issue #31- How to Satisfy Pizza Cravings
May 10, 2023

How to Satisfy Pizza Cravings

Tiny Tummy Tips, Issue #031 -- How to Have your Pizza and Eat it Too!

Do you ever find yourself salivating at the mere thought of a greasy, gooey slice of pizza? Don't sweat it! I've got your back with some tips to quell those cravings without sabotaging your bariatric diet.

Trust me, mastering the art of craving management is way more valuable than just crossing your fingers and hoping they never strike.

1. Get your creative juices flowing and "pizza-fy" your fave vegetables. Like a portobello mushroom, some tomato sauce, lowfat cheese, and your go-to toppings like mushrooms and onions. Bam! You've got a mini pizza that'll make your taste buds dance with joy!

2. Go wild with your pizza toppings. Skip the boring pepperoni and sausage and try something totally new, like pineapple and ham, chicken and BBQ sauce, or even broccoli and feta cheese. You just might just discover a new flavor obsession!

3. Have a pizza party...kinda. Invite your pals over for a "pizza party" but instead of ordering delivery, have everyone bring a healthy dish they've "pizza-fied." You can taste-test each other's creations and have a blast doing it!

You CAN satisfy your pizza cravings without feeling like you've betrayed your bariatric surgery…I promise!

Watch even more of my tips here (including MY personal pizza strategy): How to Satisfy Pizza Cravings.

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Suzette Kroll, RDN

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