02/02/15- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Wednesday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 3. February 2014 14:05

I read the funniest newspaper article while waiting for my flight several weeks ago.  The report cited the confusion of consumers over flip-flopping medical headlines on health/nutrition issues.  Darla Carter of the Courier0-Journal believed that the tide of beliefs about issues such as the benefits of eating fish, whole eggs, vitamin D and on and on changes according to the yearly season. 

Consumer’s who try to live healthy by eating well, follow advice they read only to see during the next season that they might have mercury poisoning because they increased their omega-3 intake and raised their cholesterol by eating whole eggs vs. egg whites.  You need a score card!

What’s the solution?  What I recommend is 1) the practice of moderation.  Don’t go to the extreme in any direction. 2) work in conjunction with your internist, family doctor, or trusted physician (mine is my obgyn), 3) investigate from different sources when you read new studies and read them with a watchful eye. 

There is no panacea.  Live life fully and make healthy choices!  Laugh, love and smell the roses (I got carried away with the greeting card phrases there.  Sorry).

 Wednesday 02/02/11 Workout Diary- 

day of rest with P90X DVD

pilaties reformer class- 55 minutes

 

Wednesday 02/02/11 Food Diary:

Breakfast-

2 oz. Organic steel cut oats (187 cal)

1 small banana (90 cal)

1 cup egg whites (120 cal)

A.M. Snack

1/2 cup non fat cottage cheese (80 cal)

1/2 cup non fat vanilla yogurt ( 55 cal)

3/4 cup mixed berries (40 cal)

Lunch-

6 oz  organic chicken( 210 cal)

salad- 2 cups organic spinach, 1/4 cup garbanzo beans, 1/4 cup broccoli, 1/4 cup beets, 2 tbls edamame(thawed), 1 tbls sunflower seeds (110 cal)


 P.M. Snack-

whole wheat tortilla, 2 wedges, low calorie Laughing Cow cheese(160 cal)

Dinner-

6 oz Salmon (30 cal)

1 cup steamed broccoli, squirt of lemon (26 cal)

1/2 cup brown rice/peas/ onions (160 cal)

9pm food-

7 oz fat free cottage cheese (120 cal)

TOTAL CALORIES: 1578

 

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Comments (3) -

Dale Haarmanincredible
Dale Haarmanincredible
2/4/2015 8:30:07 AM #

Hi Paula,
Not sure you got my email last week, but just wanted to say I checked out your website and am very impressed with the  amount of information. The videos are awesome, both professional and education.

Dale Haarman
Indian Hill
Physical Education Instructor

Paula
Paula
2/5/2015 9:26:35 AM #

No, I didn't see it.  Thanks for the feedback.  If you think of a topic you'd like me to research and explore, please let me know.  If you are on Facebook you can 'like' my blogs and share them with your friends.  Also,  we started a non-profit organization called Charities.MD.  If you could join and like that we can do some serious good works in lots of communities!  Thanks and have a great day!

Fine Art Shipping
Fine Art Shipping
2/24/2015 8:05:26 AM #

Thanks for such a helpful post,It really helps for those who are concerned about their health beauty.

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