03/08/15 Paula's Healthy Living Exercise/Eating Journal: Thursday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 9. March 2015 04:58

Part of the success in living healthy is to reduce your stress when possible, continue regular workout of strength training and cardio, and follow a clean eating diet.  This plan includes 3 small meals and 2-3 snacks to regulate your blood sugar, and to keep fueling your systems throughout your’ day to provide you with energy.

By following this plan to reduce stress, and fuel your body, you can reduce inflammation which results from a variety of sources including chronic stress advises Keith Klein, a nutritionist and Founder of the Institute of Eating Management. "The best stress-management eating plans consist of smaller more frequent, unprocessed meals. Each meal should contain a balance of healthy fat, complex carbohydrates, and lean protein to maintain stable blood sugar levels, and promote optimum metabolic function."

 Another important way to reduce stress and manage your weight, you need to get enough sleep, drink plenty of water, and reduce your sodium/sugar/saturated fat intake within your food plan.   This lifestyle choice can promote your long-term good health!

Thursday- 03/08/12  Workout Diary :

Spinning Bike at home with DVD- 30 minutes




2 pieces french toast  (Ezekail bread, egg-white wash) (160 cal)

whey proein shake (125)

A.M. Snack-

1 cup non-fat cottage cheese with fresh mango (155 cal)


salad with pecans, light amount of Gorgonzola, pears, olive oil/ balsamic vinaigrette (200 cal)

3 oz (approx.) mahi ( I adjusted their original preparation, and they did a great job!), grilled, no oil (155 cal)

P.M. Snack-

low-carb, whole wheat tortilla, 2 tbls. hummus, yellow peppers (260 cal)


5 oz chicken breast (285 cal)

2 cups onion and Brussel sprouts, mushroom, EVOO (130 cal)

1.5 ears grilled corn ( no butter or salt) (130 cal)


0% Greek yogurt, 1/2 cup blueberries (110 cal)


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