11/27/12- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Friday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 28. November 2012 08:00
 

Ok, you pigged out on Thanksgiving.  Just couldn't resist that cheddar cheese ball, the second helping of stuffing, or the pecan pie with whipped cream.

1. Forgive yourself.  When entering pie nirvana, chances are your going to partake!  Pick yourself up, brush yourself off, and begin again with our clean eating plan and exercise.

2.Drink plenty of water and eat whole grains, fruits, vegetables and lean proteins.

3.Try to identify your food binging triggers.  One may be the stress of family.  It could be that ' hey, it was there...alot of it!'  Utilize the food journal that I spoke of last week to watch for patterns.

4. Get back to your exercise regime.  Try adding a new class ( spinning, swimming, tae bo, or boot camp) that really revs up your heartbeat.  Try using a heart rate monitor, to make sure your hitting your optimal heart rate periodically which rev's up your metabolism.

Be Thankful you had such tasty morsels to enjoy and begin again!

11/27- Friday Workout :

treadmill- 30 minutes, 2.35 miles

11/27 -Friday  Food Diary:

Breakfast-

3/4 cup egg whites, 1/2 cup spinach, 2 tbls broccoli (100 cal)

1 apple (57 cal)

A.M. Snack-

Whole wheat toast , 1 tbls no sugar added jam (90 cal)

apple ( 57 cal)

 Lunch- 

3 1/4 salmon (205 cal.)

Salad, 2 cups spinach, 3 cherry tomatoes, 1/2 yellow sweet pepper ( 60 cal)

P.M. Snack-

grapes (70 cal)

Dinner-  Party

 3 wine (300 cal)

Salad with 3 oz chicken (200 cal)

 Dessert-

Sundae(200 cal)

 

TOTAL CALORIES-1358

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