8/16/12 - Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Sunday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 17. August 2012 08:00

Following a clean eating diet will improve your energy level and help reduce calories in your daily eating plan. 

Following this type of food plan can help keep your family and particularly your children from obesity,  which helps keep them from weight related diseases such as diabetesTry to offer your children fruits, veggies, lean protein, whole grain breads, rice and pasta, milk/water vs. pop or sugary fruit juices.  Try to stay away from fried foods, and fast foods (there are enormous amounts of hidden calories in most fast foods; plus eating in your car instead of at a table often encourages you to eat more than you realize.)

As a point of reference about diabetes, type in any requests into the One-Click Relief Center box, and it will send you to additional articles, doctor's names, and hospitals that can help you with Diabetes related issues.  For the rest of the readers, here is some basics about Diabetes; It happens when your blood glucose levels are too high.  Glucose comes from food you eat.  Insulin is a hormone that helps the glucose get into your cells to give them energy.  Type 1 Diabetes is when the body does not make insulin.  Type 2 Diabetes ( more common), is when the body does not make or use insulin well.  Then glucose stays in the blood.  Symptoms are thirst, fatigue, blurred vision,  and frequent urination. 

 If you have these symptoms, or see them in someone else, get tested.  A friend of mine was diagnosed with adult-onset Diabetes in his mid 40's.  He has it under control, but if left undetected, it can do permanent damage to your system.

Sunday 8/16 Workout :

Recumbent bike- 25 minutes

Spinning bike ( bought used)- 25 min, 14.2 miles


8/16- Sunday Food Diary:


Apple (67 cal)

Banana ( 95 cal)

Organic Steel cut oats (150 cal)


  1 chicken sausage(160 cal)

Salad- 1 cups spinach, 4 cherry tomatoes,1/2 yellow pepper .(45 cal.)

P.M. Snack-Pool Party

  Salad(120 cal)

Brownie (220 cal)


  Salad(160 cal) 

4 oz. grilled chicken ( 187)

1 Margarita ( 210 cal)


Skinny cow ice cream sandwich(1100 cal)

apple (67 cal)


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