10/19/15- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Wednesday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 20. October 2014 06:39

 Due to my age, family history of cancer and the extreme stresses I’ve experienced in the last 3-4 years,  I’ve had a greater concern about  breast cancer.

 

An article I read recently in the October issue of Prevention Magazine brought to the for-front, the importance of exercise during breast cancer treatment.

 

According to Holly St. Lifer, “Exercise can halve your risk of breast cancer recurrence, according to the Harvard Nurses’ Health Study, and women who exercise are 50% more likely to survive breast cancer than those who don’t work out.”  Why?  Because exercise reduces inflammation, stress, and helps moderate your weight.  It changes your body chemistry, creating an environment where cancer doesn’t like to multiply.

 

Exercise has also been found to boost energy in chemo patients.  Just listen to your body and respect the pace it wants to be at.

 

10/19/11- Wednesday Exercise Diary:

speed walk on the street - 55 minutes

10/19/11-Wednesday Food Diary:

7:00-1 cup egg whites, handful of spinach (130 cal)

2 pieces Bread (low-carb,whole wheat. I eat Ezekial bread which is gluten free and can be found in the organic freezer section) (160 cal)

11 a.m.-protein shake + 1/2 cup pasturized egg whites (210 cal)

2 p.m.-.3 oz mahi mahi, pan seared, spices and butter flavored non- stick spray ( 90 cal)

8 oz greens (red sweet pepper, brocolli, asparagus, cherry tomatoes, purple cabbage sauted in apple cider vinegar) (88 cal)

3 oz brown rice (105 cal)

6:30 pm-

4 oz baked chicken (155 cal)

6 oz organic spinach, sauted in rosemary olive oil with tomato, mushrooms (145 cal)

3 oz quinoa, cooked with no salt chicken boullion and spices (155 cal)

8pm-

3 oz chicken breast ( 141 cal)

3 oz brown quinoa ( 120 cal)

8 oz. green vegetables, assorted (88 cal)

homemade popcorn(90 cal)

TOTAL CALORIES- 1797

 

 

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