Anyone who is crazy about pizza always suffers when dieting. After all, it’s among the foods that fell into the list of “villains” on the menu of those who think about losing weight. But depending on how you prepare the pizza, it doesn’t need to be completely vetoed from your palate, as the way it is prepared can make the dish healthier and much less caloric. Ideally, the dough would be thin, ensuring a lighter pizza. Whole grains release glucose slowly, preventing carbohydrate from being stored as fat in your body. Excellent source of calcium, cheese is another ingredient that’s always present in pizzas, in addition, it is rich in proteins, important for the development of the organism. Always choose a light mozzarella to assemble your pizza, or replace the ingredient with seasoned ricotta, even less caloric. Tomatoes are a source of minerals such as potassium, calcium, phosphorus, sodium, magnesium and iron, in addition to vitamins A, B and C. You can use it freely in the recipe, but beware of excess salt. Also choose green toppings (zucchini, arugula and endive, for example) for your pizza and cut up to 100 calories from the meal. Another very light option is to assemble the tuna with onion option.