12/28/13- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Tuesday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 29. December 2013 16:20

Hangovers- part 2:

Hangovers from alcohol have long been blamed on dehydration and the body’s attempts to detoxify your system from the alcohol.  Robert Switt M.D. at Brown University Center for Alcohol and Addiction studies also explains that alcohol increases acid production in the stomach and irritates the lining.  He recommends toast with honey and to steer clear of greasy or fatty foods when suffering from a hangover.  They irritate the stomach.  Rehydrate with water and take ibuprofen.

In the future, always start your evening with a big glass of water.  Then try drinking mixed drinks with diet sodas.  It generally cuts down on the total ounces of alcohol consumed (when drinking moderately).  Dr. Swift recommends steering clear of dark liquor because they contain “congeners, or chemicals produced during the fermentation process that are to blame for many hangover symptoms.”

Try to steer away from Cosmopolitans, screwdrivers, margaritas and any other drink with a sugar syrup base.  They are loaded with calories and sugar (obviously).  The sugar makes you want to eat more sugar which may lead you to eat desserts or candy you wouldn’t have otherwise.

Most importantly, PLEASE don’t drink and drive.  Bad choices on a night out on the town can lead to devastation in someone else’s’ family as well as your own.

Workout  1/26/10: Tuesday

Elliptical- 44 minutes, 4.44 miles

Strength train- legs/biceps (gym) [50's]

Leg extention- 20lb

biceps row- 5lb (in plie')

glutes-15

hammer curl- 5lb with lunge

leg press- 50 lb

preacher curl- E-Z bar with 40 lb

Seated leg curl- 30 lb

low cable row- 5 lb 

Food Diary 1/26/10: Tuesday

Breakfast-

1 cup organic egg whites, 1 cup organic spinach (130 cal)

Ezekial toast, butter flavored no-calorie spray ( this is gluten free bread found in the freezer section of the organic grocery aisle (80 cal)

A.M. Snack-

protein shake (125 cal)

 Lunch- 

1/2 cup crab delights ( polluck)(80 cal)

salad- 2 cups organic spinach, 1/2 cup green beans, 1/8 adamame, 1 red sweet pepper (155 cal) 

P.M. Snack-

1 whole grain tortilla, 2 tbls organic almond butter, apple, sliced ( 277 cal)

Dinner- 

4 oz. salmon  (240 cal)

1/2 acorn squash with Waldon Farms maple syrup (146 cal)

roasted asparagus, garlic, EVOO (45 cal)

bowl of homemade chicken/vegetable soup (179 cal)

Dessert- 

apple (57 cal)

TOTAL CALORIES-1514

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