04/07/15- Paula's Healthy Living Eating/Exercise Journal: Saturday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 8. April 2015 05:32

If you have been informed that you have Type 2 Diabetes, that diagnoses may be changed through lifestyle changes. paula  http://www.cincinnati.md/oh/cincinnati/con-article/657183/Type%202%20Diabetes/americans_spending_more_of_their_lives_struggling_with_diabetes.htm .

Type 2 Diabetes is marked by high glucose levels in the bloodstream.  Lifting weights and weight bearing exercises creates muscle mass.  Higher muscle mass has been found to reduce insulin resistance (The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism), and helps the body break down sugar quicker.

Eating a healthier diet filled with lean protein, vegetables, whole grains, complex carbohydrates, a small amount if healthy oils, and water can help lower your risk of obesity when used in conjunction with exercise.  http://www.cincinnati.md/oh/cincinnati/con-article/662903/Diabetes/fatty_meals_could_trigger_inflammation_for_diabetics.htm . When you have more fat in your body, sugar doesn’t metabolize efficiently.  When you build muscle mass, it aids the body in moving sugar out of the blood.

The reality is that you can change the results of a Type 2 Diabetes diagnoses through healthy lifestyle choices that can increase your overall energy level and quality of life.


                                                 04/07/12- Workout Diary: Saturday

Pure Barre class- 55 minutes

04/07/12- Food Diary: Saturday


1 egg, 1/2 cup egg white breakfast burrito

wrap scrambled eggs with 1 tbls spicey shredded cheese, 1 tsp mango salsa, 1 piece crumbed low-salt bacon. Whole wheat, low-carb tortilla (260 cal)

A.M. Snack-

1 English muffin , 2.3 tbls organic almond butter(268 cal)


4 oz orange Roughy(100 cal)

3 tsp shaved parmesan ( 26 cal)

8 oz romaine (66 cal.)

3 oz brown rice (105 cal)

Waldon Farm Oriental Dressing (0 cal)

P.M. Snack-

1 cup 0% Greek yogurt, 1 tbls honey ( 155 cal)


1 glass merlot (100 cal)

4 oz salmon (300 cal)

shredded brussel sprouts, shallots, olive oil, sprinkles with sliced raosted no-salt almonds (75 cal)

quinoa cooked in carrot juice, thawed adamame, saute onion, garlic ( 155 cal)


Low-calorie fudge bar ice cream bar ( 120 cal)


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