Dr Oz: Where Did Pizza Go Wrong?
The average American will eat more than 6,000 slices of pizza in their lifetime, but how pizza go from a somewhat healthy slice of authentic Italian cuisine, to an American fast food staple loaded with calories and fat. Mark Shatzker explained that pizzas began in Italy with a thin crust, fresh cheese, red tomatoes, and garlic. In the late 1800’s it made its way to America with poor Italian immigrants. For decades, pizza was made simple, fresh, and healhy just like in Italy. So where did things go wrong?