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You may have noticed that there is a new pizza crust in town. The next time you order pizza online, you might want to try a cauliflower crust! With its textured deliciousness, this low-carb option gives the pizza a new dimension for that twist you are looking for. Why has it become so popular you may ask? The following are just a few reasons.


Diets are different than they used to be. Instead of merely cutting down on calories and exercising more, individuals are trying things like lowering carb intake and raising fat intake. They are eliminating gluten from their diets and jumping on certain diet bandwagons in hopes of losing weight ― and keeping it off. This is where keto diets and cauliflower pizza crust come in to play.

As a vegetable, cauliflower has a lot of vitamins and minerals that the body needs to stay healthy. Cauliflower is high in fiber, causing digestion to slow, so you feel fuller, longer. Turning this fibrous vegetable into a low-carb pizza crust allows pizza-craving individuals to opt for a healthy alternative that goes along with their new keto diet.


More and more individuals are becoming aware of allergies and sensitivities that are affecting their everyday lives and eating habits ― gluten being one of these. What someone may have revered as an upset stomach or digestive issues in the past could have been a reaction to eating gluten. As pizza dough is loaded with gluten, cauliflower eliminates that from the meal. Therefore, individuals with celiac disease, gluten allergies, gluten sensitivity, and certain intestinal bacterial overgrowth can eat pizza again without the fear of getting sick.


There are certain nutrients in cauliflower that offer overall health benefits. Using it in your pizza crust can allow you the following health advantages.

Heart and Liver Health: Few foods contain the nutrient choline, but cauliflower is one of them. Choline prevents the accumulation of cholesterol in the liver. Without enough choline in the body, individuals are at more risk of heart disease and liver problems. Reduced Cancer Risk: Sulforaphane is something else found in cauliflower. This antioxidant has been found to suppress cancer development, with some studies even concluding that it destroys cancerous cells. Being most effective for prostate and colon cancer, cauliflower could help the suppression of other cancers as well. Two other groups of antioxidants found in cauliflower are isothiocyanates and glucosinolates, both of which are known to aid in the slowing of cancer growth. Immune Health: vitamin C in cauliflower is known to act as an anti-inflammatory that improves the immune system.


Sometimes popularity creates popularity. With more awareness of the health benefits of cauliflower, you will find cauliflower crust is more available than ever before. Seeing it on a menu entices people to give it a try, and once they do, they find it is quite tasty. That is when these individuals tell their friends who give it a try and so on. The taste and the health benefits make this a low-carb recipe for success!


Whether you like the taste of cauliflower or not, you will likely enjoy the taste of cauliflower pizza. Cauliflower pizza is thinner than regular pizza dough, and many people do not notice the taste of cauliflower until they are told it is there. While the cauliflower flavor in a pizza crust is subtle, if you love the taste of cauliflower, you will be able to pick it out.


To try the best cauliflower pizza crust around, contact Boss’ Pizza & Chicken today and get your order in!

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