09/13/15- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Saturday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 11. September 2014 06:55

Here is a helpful hint for making containers of spinach, greens or veggies last longer.

I get the large tubs of greens, but they spoil quickly because they get wet on the inside of the container. When I bring the greens home from the grocery, I gently slip in three towels (along the bottom, middle and the top). It keeps the lettuces dryer longer, and smelling fresh. It saves you money to buy bigger containers of greens, and with this process, it allows them to stay fresh longer.

I love seasonal vegetables and have enjoyed the local farmers markets here where I live. Tomato's are at their flavor peak right now. I love to try new varieties like heirloom and anything else available.

Enjoy all that you can of the summer harvest before it's not available, fresh, anymore.

Saturday 09/11/11- Workout Dairy

Bike ride on street- 90 minutes, 16.54 miles

Saturday 09/11/11- Food Diary:


1/2 cup high fiber cereal, 1/2 cup non-fat milk, 1/4 cup protein shake mix (180 cal)

A.M. Snack-

2 oz Lox (80 cal)

Ezekiel toast (80 cal)

Protein shake ( 151 cal)


1 cup organic spinach, 1 whole red pepper (63 cal)

whole grain, low-carb tortilla, 3 oz. shrimp, mango salsa( 170 cal)

P.M. Snack-

2 small apples (67 cal)

Laughing Cow cheese( 30 cal)


Whole wheat pasta, 2 oz shrimp, broccoli, carrots, pesto(388 cal)(320 cal)

4 oz fillet mignon

salad, zucchini, fat free feta, cherry tomatoes, 1/3 cup green beans (70 cal)


8 oz portion 0 % greek yogurt, 1 dollop fat free whip topping (140 cal)


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