10/31/15- Paula's Eating/ Exercise Journal: Monday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 1. November 2014 07:09

Paula B.When you bring home your fruits and veggies, store them washed in your refrigerator in separate bags.  This keeps ethylene (a gas released from ripening fruits and veggies) from spreading throughout your fridge which can cause premature spoiling of your food.


I also always line the bottom, middle and top of my plastic containers of greens with paper towels.  The condensation that forms within the container is absorbed by the paper towel, and your greens last longer.  I also use this trick to keep partially cooked zucchini from breaking down too fast.


Having your vegetables last longer will help you stay on track with your clean eating plan, which will help you realize your fitness/eating goals faster.


Monday 10/31/11 - Workout Diary:

Bike on the street- 67 minutes, 15.34 miles I know this may be a sugar day and I want some extra cardio

ab dvd- 15 minutes

Monday 10/31/11- Food Diary:


organic steel cut oatmeal (150 cal)

1 large banana, 1/4 cup blackberries (130 cal)

A.M. Snack-

15 organic, roasted almonds, no salt (120 cal)

grapefruit (40 cal)


4 oz orange roughy (90 cal)

salad - 8 oz greens-1 1/2 cup spinach, red sweet pepper, steamed broccoli/cauliflower, 1 tbls sunflower seed, 4 cherry tomato (88 cal)

3 oz adamame (120 cal)

P.M. Snack-

3 oz quinoa, sprinkle of cinnamon. stevia (150 cal)

homemade popcorn ( 90 cal)


1 glass red wine (100 cal)

4 oz roasted pork chops with spicy peach salsa (230 cal)

1 cup cooked wild rice, slivered almonds (180 cal)

Roasted beets, 1/2 ounce fat free feta, balsamic vinegar ( 107 cal)


2 pieces of candy while celebrating (120 cal)



Happy Halloween!



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