02/24/15- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Thursday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 25. February 2014 04:46



It is not surprising, that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declares that exercise is the most important health habit for preventing a variety of health problems from heart disease, cancer and diabetes.  The International Journal of Clinical Practice recommends exercising at a moderate intensity for 150 minutes per week.  If that number seems unattainable with your schedule, start with three, 30 minute parcels. You can also do two, 15 minute sections per day.  Wake up and jump rope, do a yoga or aerobic DVD, climb the stairs in your building or walk outside or at the mall for 15-30 minutes after work or school. 

You family will be fine even if they do their homework or read a book while you do something to raise your heart rate and get your best health on track!


 Saturday 2/24/11- Workout Diary:

DVD workout tape- back/biceps- 55 minutes

Pilates- reformer class- 55 min

Saturday 2/24/11 - Food Diary:


1 cup egg whites, with spinach (125 cal.)

2 piece Ezekial whole grain, no gluten bread with calorie free butter spray (160 cal.)

A.M. Snack-

1 cup non fat cottage cheese (160 cal.)

1/2 cup of bluberries(30 cal.)


Portabello burger with no top bun, yellow mustard, tomato, lettuce- (300 cal.)

Salad - spinach, garbanzo beans, beets, zucchini, sunflower seeds, carrots, no calorie caesar dressing(Waldon Farms)(2 tbls)( 200 cal.)

P.M. Snack- 

1/2 apple( 40 cal.)

12 almonds, roasted, no salt ( 125 cal.)


5 oz Marintaed flank steak ( low sodium tariake (210 cal.)

1/2 cup Roasted yellow beet,scallion, garlic, EVOO ( 90 cal.)

1/2 cup quieno with peas ( 175 cal.)


1/2 cup raspberries, 1/4 cup breakfast cereal, 1/2 cup non fat greek yogurt (150 cal.)

Homemade popcorn ( 90 cal)



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