This is Dr. Dow’s Pizza Recipe from his treat food addition diet. You may have seen him on the Dr. Oz show. He created a diet plan to help cure food addiction. Most of the foods found in supermarkets today are causing weight gain and obesity rates to rise due to an over abundance of processed foods. Processed foods contain chemicals and preservatives and are stripped of most of their nutrients and vitamins. And research has shown that these processed foods are addictive and unsatisfying, so in most cases we find ourselves eating more in an effort to feel satisfied. This leads to an overdose of calories and weight gain. Eating real food again can really change your life – start with this pizza recipe and slowly incorporate other real food meals.
It really makes a difference those processed foods that you once craved will diminish. You will have a whole new appreciation for food “that is real food” what a concept.
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Dr. Dows Pizza Recipe – treat food addiction diet:
- 1 whole wheat tortilla
- 1/2 can of strained diced tomatoes
- 2 to 3 handfuls of low-fat goat cheese crumbles
- 2 chopped artichokes (or your favorite booster vegetable)
- 1 onion, sliced and caramelized
- Oregano, garlic, basil and rosemary to taste
Cut up your favorite booster vegetables; in this case, slice artichokes and caramelized onions. Spread out the diced tomatoes and low-fat cheese crumbles on the whole wheat tortilla. Then add the artichoke and caramelized onion. Finally, sprinkle the pizza with rosemary, oregano, garlic and basil to taste. Cook in the oven for around 15 minutes at 350° F until the cheese is melted to your desired consistency.
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