03/14/15- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal : Monday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 15. March 2014 05:36

In the Consumer Report Guide to Health, I found an article stating that the leading cause of acute liver disease is not stemming from the typically assumed sources such as hepatitis or alcohol…but rather the culprit is acetaminophen.

Acetaminophen is the pain relieving ingredient in many headache, joint pain and cold medications.  It has been linked with other health issues in teens.

Avoid overlapping over-the-counter medications with multiple ingredients.  Read the labels for the “active ingredients”.  This is especially true when using medications for children.

If your symptoms are not relieved, call your doctor.  There may be a more serious underlying problem that is being masked by the home use of an over-the-counter drug.

03/14/11- Monday Exercise Diary:

day off 

03/14/11-Monday Food Diary: 

Plan B

7:00-4 large egg whites (67 cal)

2 pieces Bread (whole wheat, I'm using Ezekial bread), spray with I Can't Believe It's Not Butter (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( sirloin brioled and trimmed) (176 cal)

6 p.m.- 4 oz Fish, scallops (120 cal)

3 oz. corn, roasted (90 cal) 

8 oz cauliflower ( steamed with 1/2 cup low sodium chicken broth) (74 cal)

1/2 tsp Uda's or flax oil ( 65 cal)

8 p.m.- 3 oz chicken breast ( roasted)

 8 oz. green vegetables (raw or steamed) (88 cal)

3 oz sweet potatoes ( baked)

 3 oz quinoa or brown rice (150 cal)

1 Dove sugar free peppermint pattie (40 cal)

homemade popcorn (90 cal)


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