10/22/15-Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Saturday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 23. October 2014 17:56

Need another reason other than taste for eating delicious salmon or tuna? Try Omega-3's.   Omega-3's are fatty acids found in cold-water fish such as salmon or tuna which help prevent fat from building up in the arteries (including the aorta). Omega 3's reduce a molecule called lipoprotein lipase (according to a Columbia University Medical Center study), which traps 'bad' LDL cholesterol in the wall of arteries like the aorta.

The study suggests that if you eat more cold-water fish or take a supplement (find one that is a good quality to ensure that you receive all the Omega-3 health benefits, and that the smell from a low-quality product is not released from your pores).

When you choose salmon, try wild caught.  It does not contain as any murcury-contaminants.

10/22/11- Saurday Workout Diary:

Pliometrics DVD- 55 minutes

walk the street with my kids

10/22/11 - Saturday Food Diary:

Breakfast-

1 whole wheat wrap (100 cal)

2 tbls organic almond butter (186 cal)

1/2 banana, 1/8 cup strawberries (70 cal)

A.M. Snack-

whey protein shake (125 cal)

Lunch- restaurant

grilled veggie open face sandwich (420 cal.) * I love that they post calorie counts on menu's now

small bowl of mixed fruit (55 cal)

P.M. Snack-

Soft serve ice cream with strawberries(147 cal)

Dinner- dinner at friends house

2 glasses wine (200 cal)

1 lobster ( no butter)(310 cal)

1 piece proscutio, 1 piece salami appetisers (100 cal)

2 oz filet steak (180 cal)

TOTAL CALORIES-1923

 

 

 

 

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