12/29/12- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Tuesday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 30. December 2012 08:00

 

The International Food Information Council Foundation declares that 47% of Americans overestimate now many calories they should eat per day.  One formula for figuring this out how much to eat per day and to loose 1 lb. per week, is to take your weight X11.

Most people try to loose weight by changing how much they eat or what types of foods.  Over 60% try by exercising.  44% try to loose weight by changing how often they eat, and 19% try to loose weight by counting calories.

My best advice how to achieve weight loss goals?  Read my blog!  Try ideas given on these blogs (mine and Katie's) and see what gives you results while remaining healthy for your long term health.  Every little bit helps!

Workout  12/29: Tuesday

Recumbent bike- 30 min

Strength train- Chest

Lying chest press- 15 lb

pilaties magic circle

push ups

chest flye-15lb

single dumbbell chest push- 20 lb 

 Food Diary 12/29: Tuesday

Breakfast-

Organic steel cut oats(150 cal.)

1/8 cup blackberries, blueberries (30 cal) 

1 apple (67 cal)

A.M. Snack-

Grapefruit( 40 cal)

10 organic roasted no salt almonds (80 cal) 

1 protein shake ( 150 cal) 

 Lunch- 

4 oz salmon (120 cal)

Salad- 2 cup spinach, 1/2 sweet pepper,2 tbls black beans, 2 oz fat free feta (159 cal)

P.M. Snack-

1 whole wheat English muffin (100 cal)

apple slices, low fat cheddar slices (80 cal)

2 oz low sodium sliced turkey (50 cal)

Dinner- 

1 4 oz pork loin (180 cal)

1 cup cauliflower(25 cal)

1/2 cup whole wheat cous cous, with pesto (149 cal)

TOTAL CALORIES-1280

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