01/02/15- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal : Sunday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 2. January 2014 16:46

Exercise is so important for long term health (not to mention keeping excess pounds that creep on year after year away).  Regular cardio and strength training make the difference:

-Reduce your risk for adult onset diabetes.  The more you work out, the greater your sensitivity to insulin.  Insulin lowers your blood sugar levels, reducing your risk of type 2 diabetes (Fitness Magazine, Nov/Dec. 20101).

-Weight bearing exercise helps build bone density.  This helps reduce your risk for osteoporosis.

-Regular workouts help fight belly fat by burning calories and building muscle.  Excess belly fat has been linked to increase rate of heart issues and a host of other health issues.

Tomorrow we will talk about some more reasons that the way of life we discuss here is the way to go if you want a healthy, energetic life.  Let’s explore it together.

Sunday 01/02/11- Exercise Journal:

Walk on the street- 4.21 miles, 75 minutes (it was cold, but I bundled up- no kids today)

 Sunday 01/02/10- Food Diary:


Whole wheat English muffin, 1 1/2 tbls organic almond butter (170 cal.)

1/2 cup egg whites, microwaved ( 65 cal)

A.M. Snack-

whey protein shake with 1/2 cup pasterized egg whites (160 cal.)


3 oz chicken breast( 166 cal.)

1 cup green beans ( 30 cal)

1 cup brown rice ( 138 cal)

P.M. Snack-

1 portion 0% fat greek yogurt with blueberries, sprinkle of high fiber cereal ( 160 cal.)


5 oz. salmon- (300 cal.)

1/2 cup whole wheat rotini, tomato pieces, mushroom, sherry vinegar, garlic, parmesian (150 cal.)


1/2 cup non fat cottage cheese, strawberries, sprinkly of sliced almonds (110 cal.)



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