06/23/15- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Thursday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 24. June 2014 10:20

There are lots of ways to burn fat. Some are conventional, some can be original. Here are some ideas:

  • Turn up your metabolic thermostat and get moving. Do a minimum of 15 minutes to 60 minutes of exercise 5-6 days a week. That can mean standard exercise such as weight training or typical cardio. It can also be original, like ice skating, trampoline jumping, or ballet class. Find something that pumps your blood pressure and rocks your spirit
  • Increase your muscle mass. Gaining muscle density burns more calories every day.
  • Eat protein. Protein requires more energy to digest and is necessary to insure against a loss of muscle tissue
  • Eat breakfast. Your metabolism slows at night, but you can jump start it by eating a clean breakfast from 300-500 calories.
  • Drink green tea. The disease fighting anti-oxidants called catechins can help decrease body fat, and the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition states that if consumed consistently it can help reduce belly fat.

Thursday 06/23/11 Workout Diary-

yoga dvd-75 minutes

Thursday 06/23/11 Food Diary:


2 oz old fashioned oatmeal (125 cal)

1/8 cup blueberries + watermelon (25 cal)

1/3 cup0% Greek yogurt (40)

1/2 cottage cheese (80 cal)

A.M. Snack-

protein shake, 1/4 cup pasturized egg whites (151 cal)

Lunch -

Rare roast beef on whole wheat, low-fat bread , tomato, spinach, raw horsradish (220 cal)

15 baby carrots ( 30 cal)

P.M. Snack-

apple (67 cal)

2 tbs Organic Almond Butter (180 cal)


4.5 oz. Salmon (200 cal)

1 whole wheat bagette (150 cal)

3/4 cup onion/zucchini( 70 cal)

1/2 cup curry rice(310 cal)


2 Frozen fruit juice bars, made from homemade lemonaid  (160 cal)


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