10/16/12 -Paula's Eating Exercise Journal: Friday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 17. October 2012 08:00

The name of the game living healthy is reducing your stress when possible, continue some kind of  workout, and follow a clean eating diet that includes 3 small meals and 2-3 snacks so that you don't go more than 3 hours without eating.  If you will follow this plan, you can reduce inflammation which results from a variety of sources including chronic stress advises Keith Klein, a nutritionist and Founder of the Institute of Eating Management.  "The best stress-management eating plans consist of smaller more frequent, unprocessed meals.  Each meal should contain a balance of healthy fat, complex carbohydrates, and lean protein to maintain stable blood sugar levels, and promote optimum metabolic function."

This all means that by continuing to do our best with the clean eating plan and exercising regularly, that we have put into place, a plan that is good for our long-term good health!

10/16 Workout :

Spinning Bike- 30 minutes

Strength train- back

Cable row- 2 tubes

Single back row- 12 lb

Ski jumper- 1 tube

Latpull down- 2 tubes hooked over basement door

45 degree back barbell row- 8 lb

10/16 Food Diary:

Breakfast-

Carb master yogurt (80 cal)

1/2  cup Kashi Go Lean cereal, 1/2 cup blueberries(90 cal)

A.M. Snack-

1 apple (67 cal)

 1.5 oz dark chocolate (50 cal)

Lunch- 

Bagel (120 cal)

Salad- 2 cups romaine, 4 cherry tomatoes,1/8 cup frozen edamame(70 cal.)

Dinner-  Party

Cheese and dried fruit 

Grilled chix sandwich ( only used bottom part of bun) 

small piece pumpkin pie

2 glasses wine 

It would be difficult to estimate calories for the party- I used moderation, and just concentrated on having fun!

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