03/15/13- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Friday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 13. March 2013 09:00

Eating a clean eating diet and regular exercise keeps your system running efficiently and helps to promote continued good health.  You also need to care for your skin with regular maintenance. Certainly you can spend hundreds, even thousands of dollars on treatments and skin care products if those funds are available to you.  There are several things to remember and follow if you don’t have a plastic surgeon or cosmetic dermatologist on speed dial.1.        Eat well- Your diet will directly affect your skin tone, dryness, and glow.  Age also affects all these issues, but eating non-processed, calorie efficient, nutritious food (and not over-doing alcohol, but rather drinking at least 64 oz. of water, throughout your day- small amounts of coffee and tea can be a part of this number) has complexion-boosting benefits.  Superfoods such as eggs, salmon, spinach, broccoli, and almonds/walnuts keep your skin healthy.2.       2.  Keep your face clean.  Wash every evening before bed (no exception).  Wipe off your home and work phones with a sanitizing towel and wash pillow cases once a week.  Keep surfaces that come into contact with your face clean.3.       While washing your face, use your foaming gel to massage your face, even for 30 seconds.  It promotes circulation and is good for your sole!I’ve had the opportunity in my life to use a variety of products on my skin.  Some live up to their hype, while others made me feel like I got robbed.  But my experience has shown the Oil of Olay Regenerast facial lotion leaves my skin feeling hydrated with out feeling greasy and it has #15 sunscreen in it ( really important to avoid skin cancer), and is moderately priced.

 

 03/12/10- Workout :

The Wave machine - 30 minutes

Strength train- trainer for 1 hour 10 reps X 3 sets

kettle ball cross body shoulder raise- 10 lb

standing one arm shoulder press- 10 lb

bent leg raises on flat bench

incline bench sit ups

single leg extension- 10 lb

ab twist with cable- 65 lb

lateral shoulder raise- 5 lb

squats on Bosu- 10 reps

standing one arm shoulder cable press- 15 lb

3/12/10 Food Diary:

Breakfast-

whole wheat toast, 1 tbls no sugar added jam (80 cal)

1 cup egg whites, 1 cup spinach, 1/2 cup butternut squash (150 cal)

A.M. Snack-

2 hard boiled eggs (140 cal)

small homemade popcorn (60 cal)

Lunch- 

4 oz. orange Roughy (90 cal)

Salad- 2 cup mixed greens, 1/3 red sweet pepper, 4 asparagus, 1/4 cup beets, 1/3 cup broccoli(68 cal.)

P.M. snack-

1 grapefruit (57 cal)

1/8 piece b-b-q pizza (50 cal)

Dinner- 

2.5 oz  salmon (150 cal)

3/4 cup spaghetti squash with sprinkle of Parmesan( 35 cal)

1/2 cup purple cabbage, splash of balsamic vinegar (16 cal) 

3 gzoya (90 cal) 

Dessert-

6 roasted marshmallows (roasted with the kids)(100 cal)

1 cup egg whites(pasteurized), 1 scoop whey protein shake powder (230 cal) 

TOTAL CALORIES: 1299

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