07/06/15- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Wednesday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 7. July 2014 06:48

According to everydayhealth.com, Hepatitis C is a global health issue effecting 170 million people.

Hepatitis C is most commonly a blood borne type of Hepatitis.   A majority of these cases are chronic, long term infections.  Chronic hepatitis can result in cirrhosis liver failure, and liver cancer.

Hepatitis can cause infection through unhealthy, infected body piercing, unsanitary tattooing facilities, infected blood transfusions, or though the sharing of infected needles of IV drug users.

It's important to protect yourself if you are utilizing a business for tattoo’s or body piercing.  Look for their updates approval business certification which must be publicly posted.  If they are not certified or the business looks unsanitary to your eye, walk OUT.

There have been steps and procedures put into place for the protection of the blood banks and blood providers in the hospitals and clinics in the United States and Europe to avoid the infection of the blood given.  . If you’re traveling in developing nations, be aware that their protection levels are not as stringent which is why the highest rates of infection can be found in Africa, The Western Pacific and the Eastern Mediterranean region.  If your traveling to those areas, be smart, and informed of your options.

Tip of the Day:

Brush your teeth directly after a meal.  You’ll be less likely to pop some extra morsel in your mouth that you probably didn’t need anyway.

 Wednesday 07/06/11-Exercise Diary:

Strength train- Trainer

10 reps , 4 sets of each

with a medium tube belted at my waist-

-front lounge with hammer curl- 10 lb

-straight arm shoulder raise- 8 lb

-shoulder press- 10 lb

with tube around my ankle-

-overhead triceps extention- 25 lb with knee raise

-bent over rear delt fly-m 8 lb

-bent over rear row- 15 lb

with medium tube around my waist-

-side lunge with punch- 8  lb

side lateral raise- 8lb

one arm chest press on a stability ball- 20 lb

with medium tube attached to ankle-

on knee, knee to nose crunch

-tate (triceps/chest, fan dumbells from center of chest out sideways to open arm position and back) 8 lb

bridge on stability ball with hamstring leg curl

 Wednesday 07/06/11- Food Diary:

Breakfast-

2 oz old fashioned oatmeal, cinnamon (187 cal)

1/2 cup 0% Greek yogurt, 1/4 non-fat cottage cheese, 1 scoop protein powder, 1/4 cup pasturized egg whites (203 cal)

A.M. Snack-

1 peach (70 cal)

7  roasted, no-salt walnuts (110 cal)

1 laughing cow cheese (60cal)

Lunch-

Salad- 8 oz greens- organic spinach, zucchini, snap peas, green beans (88 cal)

5 oz roasted chicken with asiago cheese and pesto sprinkled on top (210 cal)

P.M. Snack-

2 tablespoon garlic hummus (150 cal)

whole wheat, low-carb tortilla (150 cal)

Dinner-

5 oz Mahi Mahi (100 cal)

1 small ear corn, no salt, or butter- fresh corn doesn't need it! (55 cal)

1/2 large acorn squash, roaasted, with 1 tbls Waldon Farms Maple syrup (no calories) (180 cal)

Dessert-

greek yogurt, 1/4 cup bluberries, sprinkle of high fiber cereal ( 120 cal)

TOTAL CALORIES- 1701

 

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