Pizza has always been one of my “can’t eat” foods. It was hardest for me when I was in college in Boulder. CO where pizza was a staple food. There was this one place called, “The Sink” that had been in Boulder since the 1920’s and had some of the most delicious pizzas, you ever ate. Plus, it seemed like you could smell their pizza’s for blocks around as you walked between classes. Pizzas and bagels were standard survival foods in college because the were cheap, fast and delicious. Of course for me, if I ate them, I felt horrible. I would try to mess around with my doses to cover the carbs in the ‘za, but I never figured out how to make it work without wild swings of highs and lows. Eventually I gave up. I don’t eat pizza when my husband makes it at home and I don’t eat pizza when we order out for our kids. It’s just not worth it.
But maybe there is pizza in my future….
Naked Pizza was inspired by one of the co-founder’s desire to find a pizza that his daughter, who has type 1 diabetes, could actually eat.
I haven’t tried it for myself (the closest location right now is Miami, FL though NP seems to be rapidly expanding), so all I can do is speculate about the truth behind the advertising. But it sounds like a good alternative to the competition.