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The healthiest frozen pizzas

| December 28, 2012

http://hannaford.gsnrecipes.com/GetImage.aspx?vector=eYf9JHCdCGXGjEeUtPzbZONgRpRqCxtWAZbG+kWHrkke21xRZClo8jdaqitFi03gWe’d rather order a piping hot, high calorie, high fat pizza delivered right to the front door. But the frozen version can be a cheaper, convenient and healthier choice. We were surprised at how tasty the healthiest ones were. Healthy hint: Choose thin crust pizzas with extra veggies. Look for low fat and low calorie choices. Most frozen pizzas are loaded with sodium so even these may exceed a low sodium diet. Adding fatty meats like sausage increases the fat content.

These comparisons are all based on an approximate individual serving size.

Kashi Thin Crust Roasted Vegetable

Calories: 290
Fat: 4 g
Sodium: 630 mg

Kashi Thin Crust Mushroom & Tio Spinach

Calories: 250
Fat: 4.5 g
Sodium: 660 mg

Amy’s Kitchen Pesto

Calories: 310
Fat: 3.5 g
Sodium: 480 mg

South Beach Diet Deluxe

Calories: 340
Fat: 11g
Sodium: 660 mg

DiGiorno Harvest Wheat Rising Crust Roasted Vegetable

Calories: 230
Fat: 6 g
Sodium: 480 mg

Tombstone Light Veggie Pizza

Calories: 230
Fat: 6 g
Sodium: 530 mg

California Pizza Kitchen BBQ Chicken

Calories: 280
Fat: 9 g
Sodium: 700 mg

Based on a 2,000 calorie diet, the recommended daily nutritional intakes are: Fat – 65 g; Saturated Fat – 20 g; Cholesterol – 300 mg; Sodium – 2400 mg; Potassium – 3500 mg; Carbohydrates – 300 g; Fiber – 25 g; Protein – 50 g.

Consult a nutritionist or doctor for more information on your personal recommended daily nutritional intake.

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