New York Times article New Yorkers have been on a tear lately, but when it comes to eating pizza, pizza-lovers have a difficult time staying healthy.
Pizza is a popular indulgence in America, and its popularity has grown exponentially over the past decade, with a whopping $16.6 billion worth of pizza ordered in the United States in 2016 alone.
The pizza industry is in need of a fresh influx of money, which has led to pizza chains such as Domino’s, Pizza Hut, Papa John’s, Papa Joe’s and Pizza Express trying to cash in on the growing pie craze.
Many pizza joints are struggling to survive and they’re taking some drastic measures to keep customers coming back.
But as pizza is a great way to spend a couple of hours of your day, a new study suggests that there’s no reason to eat pizza at a restaurant and that pizza joints should be held to a higher standard than others.
In a new survey, more than half of respondents reported eating at a Pizza Hut or Domino the night before a date, and half reported eating in front of a TV.
A new study conducted by University of California, San Diego, researchers found that eating in the middle of the night was not only a bad idea for the health of the eater, but also an indicator of poor judgment and laziness.
The study also found that those who ate at a table at a fast-food restaurant and ate pizza were more likely to be dissatisfied with their meal and were less likely to return.
But pizza restaurants don’t need to be run by a bunch of self-absorbed college students and pizza-loving professionals to be unhealthy.
When it comes down to it, the most important thing a pizza-eating person can do is make sure their date doesn’t think they are.