Everyone loves pizza. While there is a fierce rivalry between Chicago deep dish style and New York thin crust, everyone can agree that having either type of pizza is better than having no pizza. While the debate rages on as far as taste goes, a winner has been declared as far as economy and health goes. The Chicago deep dish style pizza wins hands down.
Things like helping your glycemic index being lowered, having one pizza that will last you the entire week (who won't eat pizza every day of the week if given the chance), and having more than one type of cheese are all serious things to consider. As much consternation and hate as we may arouse from the North East, the deep dish pizza is more practical for active people who are on the go. Being able to pack on healthy toppings with the ability to get some dense caloric benefits for those of you that need the energy after working out like the golden Adonis/Aphrodite(s) that you are is a real positive.There are some that say you shouldn't eat pizza if you want to be healthy. Don't listen to them. You don't need that kind of negativity in your life. Everything is about proper portion size and not going off the deep end. Sure, you might be ripped out of your mind, but we'd rather have pizza and be only ripped slightly out of our minds.
You have tons of choices when it comes to pizza. We won't tell you how to live your pizza life. Luckily for you though, you now know a few more reasons why a deep dish pizza may or may not be right for you. Also, in case any of you were wondering: Pineapple does go on pizza. Fight us in the parking lot if you want, but we will win and so will pineapple on pizza. Game, set, match non-pineapple lovers.