A slice or two is fine, but what happens if you eat large quantities of pizza all the time?
Pizza is an ambiguous dish from a health perspective, you definitely shouldn’t abuse this treat. Pizza can be nutritious if served the right way, but as with most foods, it’s easy to turn it into an unhealthy meal. If you like pizza but eat too much of it, you may encounter unpleasant side effects that can seriously harm your condition.
Because pizza is usually high in carbohydrates and fats and has no fiber (unless it’s made with whole-wheat flour and vegetables), there’s a risk of overeating and rapid weight gain from eating it constantly. Also, most of the calories in pizza are “empty,” but there are a lot of them.
Overeating pizza can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, blocking of arteries with saturated fat, and accumulation of plaques. Also among the side effects are a deterioration of the skin, an increased chance of developing some cancers, an increased likelihood of stroke, and an increase in blood pressure.