12/23/15- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Friday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 24. December 2014 17:35

 

Fish oil can help prevent inflammatory disease as well as good heart health. You can get the recommended amount if you eat fatty fish (high in omega-3) at least twice a week. Wild caught salmon, egg yolks, and grass-fed beef are good examples. It can also be found on some nut oils, vegetable oils, (flaxseed, or linseed- try Uda oil which is found in the refrigerator aisle at health food stores)

Fish oil can lower triglycerides (plays a role in high cholesterol), help prevent heart disease, slow the buildup of plaques that cause hardening of the arteries and may help reduce blood pressure (everyday health-12/2/10). It can also reduce inflammation that leads to diabetes. http://www.cincinnati.md/articlepage_cn.aspx?cn-documentid=642831&query=fish oil benefits=1&cat=con

You can try a fish oil supplement if you don’t like seafood. I recommend that you invest in a good quality product because it can reduce the smell that some people complain seeps through your pores or are belched up. Most nutritionist prefers you get omega 3’s from food. Do what’s convenient, affordable, and works for you.

As always check with your doctor to make sure that any supplements don’t have any negative interactions with drugs you may be taking.

 

12/23/11- Friday Exercise Diary:

Kenpo DVD- 55 minutes

Pure Barre class- 55 minutes

12/23/11-Friday Food Diary:

7:00-1 cup egg whites, handful of organic spinac, zuchinni, mushroomsh (120 cal)

2 pieces Bread (whole wheat, I'm using Ezekial bread) (160 cal)

11 a.m.- protein shake, 1/2 cup pasturized egg whites (190 cal)

2 p.m.-3 oz. Beef- I use Bison meat( pan seared) (176 cal)

8oz mixed greens ( organic spinach, spring mix, sweet red pepper, asparagus, brocolli slaw, yellow tomato) (88 cal)

3 oz sweet potatoes ( baked)

7 p.m.- dinner at a friends house

1 glass of red wine (100 cal)

small portion of chicken picatta

small bowl of sherried mushroom soup

green beans

I skipped the scallop potato dish

small portion of rasberry sorbet with almond cookie

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