04/29/15- Paula's Healthy Eating/Exercise Journal: Sunday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 30. April 2015 04:44

 

                                                      

        For all of us that don’t seem human until we have our first cup of java, now we can declare that we need it to better our health! 

      The health benefits are that they containing polyphenolic compounds, and cancer-fighting agents. “It lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, liver toxicity, and the ability to decrease risk of developing type 2 Diabetes.”http://www.cincinnati.md/oh/cincinnati/con-article/660871/benefits%20of%20coffee/can_coffee_really_thwart_type_2_diabetes.htm  

       The caffeine from coffee boosts metabolism and can increases your workout performance.  To some people, coffee becomes a psychological start to their day and they just aren’t pleasant till they have some.

I must admit, in the last several years, faced with divorce and harder economic times, I radically cut back on my’ designer coffee’ drink stops. I used to order a complicated, high calorie designer drink.. At the time, the drink ran around $3.84, and lord knows what the calorie count. As I worked to bring my food plan closer to the source of the original food (across the board), I started drinking green tea and black coffee at home.  I greatly reduced the addition of calories to my plan for the day, and freed up calories better spent on vegetables, lean protein and whole fruit.  In other words, I gave up the fancy latte, had more money in my wallet, more food on my plate and less fat on my…

 

 Sunday04/29/12 Exercise Diary:

day off

 

Sunday 04/29/12- Food Diary:

                                                                                                    Breakfast-

 

1 whole wheat English muffin, 'clean' eggs benedict ( low-fat holandaise, 1 tbls.) (324 cal)

 

A.M. Snack-

 

12 organic, roasted, no salt almonds (105 cal)

 

Lunch-restaurant

 

salad - 4 oz chicken, 1 1/2 cup spinach, 1/2 cup beets, 1/4 cup cucumber , 4 cherry tomato, sunflower seeds (1 tbls) (330 cal approx)

 

1 glass pink lemonaid ( 100 cal)

 

P.M. Snack-

 

1 container greek yogurt - 0 % fat ( 130 cal)

 

1/4 cup blueberries/blackberries (30 cal)

 

Dinner-

 

4 oz tuna steak (260 cal)

 

1 cup spaghetti squash, shaved fresh parmesian ( 40 cal)

 

 

shallots, rosemary EVOO, sauteed with asparagus ( 140 cal)

 

1 cup homemade bean soup ( 230 cal)

 

Dessert-

 

non fat chocolate pudding (60 cal)

 

TOTAL CALORIES- 1709

 

Comments (2) -

Steve
Steve
5/1/2015 8:49:11 AM #


Hi !  Win Win Win all the way around !

One of my co-workers suggested I add a pinch of cinnamon into the ground coffee when making my day starter.  Tasted great and gave a little variation to the morning brew.  May be worth trying a few other spices to see if any fit the taste !

Have you looked into BPA ?  Seems to be everywhere.

http://www.niehs.nih.gov/news/sya/sya-bpa/

I heard it was even in our register receipts !

Thank you for the unfailing daily examples of clean living......

paula
paula
5/1/2015 6:03:08 PM #

You would pay extra for that at a coffee shop, and it costs you little at home!  Its wonderful, Ive done it.  I have read alot about BPA in regards to cans of beans and soup.  You normally have to go to an organic section to find BPA-free cans, but it's worth it, especially if you eat alot of food fom cans.  I'll continue to look into it.  Thanks for the comment.

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