08/17/15- Paula's Eatin/Exercise Journal: Wednesday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 18. August 2014 22:52

Many nutritionist view sugar as an evil substance to stay away from, at all costs.  There is a lot of accuracy in this belief.  Sugar can be highly addictive, and is a contributing factor in increased belly fat.  Reducing or removing it from your daily diet can be a real challenge, especially at the beginning.  Sugar is in a lot of processed foods to add flavor, so clean eating is a great way to start.  Vegetables and whole fruits have a naturally sweet flavor, and may relieve that urge for sugar.  Begin to reduce any sugar you add to coffee or tea, and reduce the packaged fruit juices you drink.

You'll find over time, that your ‘taste’ for sugar reduces!

Tip of the Day-

Put paper towels in with your spinach, greens or any lettuce to keep them fresh longer.

Wednesday 08/17/11- Exercise Diary:

Strength train- trainer

the game is 15 reps, 4 sets

one leg squat withone foot resting in a strap ( hooked to ceiling)

alternating one-arm dumbbell pullover- medium tube, lying on the ground

standing rear delt pull- 5 lb


cable, one arm/oppositie leg- pullover- 40lb/45lb

cable rear leg curl (standing)-50 lb

lying abs- legs open crunch binto teaser


bench sit down- 25lb

recline bench chest prss- 15lb

standing single arm back pull- 30 lb (lats)

ab tape- 15 min

08/17/11- Wednesday Food Diary:


1 cup egg whites (120 cal)

2 pieces Ezekial brd with 2 tbl organic almond butter (260 cal)

1/2 banana (50 cal)


black bean veggie burger, 1 whole wheat, low-carb thin bun, 2 slices tomato, 1 slice avocado, 4 slices of cucumber, cajun seasoning, 1 tsp balssamic vinegar-aged (315 cal)

P.M. Snack-

8 oz fat free cottage cheese (90 cal)


5 oz broiled cod (190 cal)

1 cup whole wheat penne with onions, marinara sauce ( 200 cal)

clean cole slaw* ( 80 cal)

2 cups wilted spinach in 1 tspRosemary flavored EVOO with roasted garlic(90 cal)


a grilled pear with vanilla beans ice cream, drizzle with sugar free whipped topping(210 cal)


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