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Heart-healthy recipes: Enjoy pizza without all the sodium

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A typical slice of pizza has about 640mg of pizza, and who stops at one piece? If you were to eat more than two, you’ve already surpassed the recommended daily allowance for sodium (1500mg). Most people consume 3,400mg+ per day, even though the American Heart Association recommends 1,500mg per day. If you can get down to about 2,400, you’re doing alright – and this recipe can help some!

Cut out at least 100mg of sodium per slice by using cauliflower as the crust and loading it up with hand-picked toppings. With only 206 calories per serving and 20g of protein, you can enjoy this guilty pleasure without a lot of guilt!

Click on the recipe below to learn how to make Cauliflower Crust Pizza with Vegetable Toppings and Balsamic Glaze.

Get the Recipe for this delicious heart health meal here.

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