8/13/13- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Friday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 13. August 2013 16:18

 

 

A key aspect of clean eating is trying to avoid ‘processed foods’.  These are foods that required manufacturing.

Most packaged foods with a shelf life are highly processed, especially flour-based foods like crackers, bread and pasta.  Processed snack foods and desserts are loaded with nitrates, which clearly, are bad for your body.

Another good reason to cook at home instead of getting a bag of chips at the gas station, is the cost savings.  Drive thru can really add up especially if you have a couple of kids).

Eating clean requires some planning and creativity, but, you’ll see a boost in your ‘taste of foods’, the size of your wallet,  and your energy and continued good health.

 

 

Friday 8/13/10: Workout-

Recumbent Bike, 30 minutes

Strength Training- Back

Biking- 15.41 miles, 75 minutes

One arm dumbbell row- 20 lb

Back Row- 2 tubes

Lat pull down-2 tubes

Bent over row- 26 lb pole

Single arm back pull- 2 tubes

Ski jumper- 1 tube

Pull over on stability ball

 

Friday 8/13/10- Food Diary:

Breakfast-

1/8 cup blueberries + watermelon (25 cal)

1/3 cup yogurt (40)

1/2 cottage cheese (80 cal)

A.M. Snack-

Pro Nos protein shake (151 cal)

Lunch Restaurant

Ham/salami salad (220 cal)

P.M. Snack-

apple (67 cal)

10 almonds, dry roasted, no salt (78 cal)

2 tbs Organic Almond Butter (180 cal)

Dinner-

3 oz. Salmon (150 cal)

3/4 cup onion/zucchini ( 70 cal)

1/2 cup curry rice (310 cal)

Dessert-

Strawberries over vanilla ice cream (160 cal)

Total Calories: 1531

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