Turns Out Pizza for Breakfast Ain’t That Bad

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Stop everything because this is the most important piece of news you’ll hear all week!

We’re all guilty of having a slice of last night’s pizza for breakfast the following day.

The concept of a second-day slice has even been the topic of debate — do you warm it up or have it cold?!

And now, according to a nutritionist who we swear is not our best friend, pizza ain’t that bad for breakfast after all.

When compared to cereal, a slice of pizza contains more fat and much less sugar than most cold cereals, so you will not experience a quick sugar crash, as well as more protein to keep you fuller for longer. Plus, it has some calcium from the cheese and possibly nutrients from veggie toppings.

We’re not saying that pizza is the ideal way to start the day, but we are saying you can do worse!