8/15/13- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Thursday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 13. August 2013 07:18

 

  

8/12/10- Exercise Journal: Thursday 

Walk on the street- 8.21 miles, 75 minutes

8/12/10 Food Diary: Thursday

Breakfast-

1/2 serving Egg dish casserole * (60 cal.)

http://www.cincinnati.md/BLOGS/post/2009/07/27/72609-Paulas-EatingExercise-Journal-Sunday.aspx#EggDishCasserole

Whole wheat English muffin, 2 slices heirloom tomatos (105 cal.)

1/2 cup mixed berries, 1/2 cup non fat vanilla yogurt ( 65 cal)

A.M. Snack-

peach (67 cal.)

Lunch-

3 oz Ahi tuna steak, with roasted sesame seeds( 166 cal.)

1 cup green beans ( 30 cal)

1 cup brown rice ( 138 cal)

P.M. Snack-

greek yogurt with blueberries, watermelon, sprinkle of granola ( 160 cal.)

Dinner-

5 oz. salmon- (300 cal.)

Salad- 1 sweet red pepper, 1 yellow tomato, 1/2 cup raw corn, 1 cup romaine lettuce, EVOO, drizzle of red wine vinegar (150 cal.)

Dessert-

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

TOTAL CALORIES- 1353

* found in the receipe section on the homepage

 

Nothing is better with a warm chocolate chip cookie than milk!  But, we don’t eat that very often if we want to see positive results from our hard work with exercise.  But, it’s good to know that a recent study from McMaster University in Ontario, Cananda found that women who drank fat free milk, immediately after strength training (versus high carbs), saw higher strength gains and fat loss.  If you’re not used to drinking fat-free milk, start with 1 %, but eventually, try to change over to fat-free to gain the benefits of milk without the fat and calories!

 

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