30 Day Pizza Diet Review
What You Should Know
Matt McClellan owns a pizza shop and he loves to give out pizza coupons. After many trips to the gym where he gave out pizza coupons to gym patrons, Matt grew tired of the flack gym members gave him about the unhealthy nature of pizza. To fight the masses, Matt started the 30 Day Pizza Diet and proved everyone wrong. Pizza, with the right toppings, is a healthy food that may help some dieters lose weight. There are no medical reviews of the 30 Day Pizza Diet, but McClellan did visit his doctor before, during and after his 30 days of pizza to keep track of his progress and health.
List of Ingredients
Pizza with low-fat cheese and healthy toppings: chicken, avocado, broccoli, onions, pineapple, mushrooms and peppers.
It is important to note that the 30 Day Pizza Diet is not a safe alternative to healthy meals with a wide range of fruits, vegetables, complex carbohydrates and lean meats. However, for the sake of the diet, we will look at the results Matt McClellan achieved while eating eight slices per day.
At the start of the diet, McClellan weighed in at 203 pounds. He chose healthy toppings for his pizza and added 60 minutes of exercise every day. Some days he did cardiovascular workouts and other days he weight trained. Over the course of 30 days, McClellan managed to lose 24 pounds and 4