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Breaking Down Everything That’s Wrong With Chuck E. Cheese’s New Frozen Pizza – Mashed

Posted: July 19, 2021 at 1:50 am

Piper Gibson at Regenerating Health pointed out a couple problems with the nutritional value of Chuck E. Cheese's frozen pizza. "The amount of sodium in a quarter of the pie is 740 mg, which individuals should take into account in regard to their daily total salt intake," she said, adding that the American Heart Association recommends no more than 2,300 mg of sodium per day.

Piper is not a fan of the enriched flour in the Chuck E. Cheese frozen pizza, either. The flour was "stripped of essential nutrients in processing, and synthetic nutrients have been added," she said. "Some people have a hard time processing these in synthetic form."

Piper suggested a healthier alternative. "Cauliflower crust is a great option, and you can opt for low-sugar sauce, organic cheese, and even add nitrate-free pepperoni." She even said this recipe would be "more delicious" than Chuck E. Cheese pizza, but you'll need to see for yourself if you can get your kids to believe it.

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