06/15/15- Paula's Healthy Living Eating/Exercise Journal: Tuesday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 13. June 2015 09:05

Water seems too simplistic to be so important to the successful maintenance of your whole internal system; but it is. 

-In many cases, it’s free

-It’s calorie free

-Dehydration (even a small amount) can affect physical performance

-Drinking More Fluids Could Lower Men's Bladder Cancer Risk


-New study in the Journal of Nutrition found that “As little as 1.36% dehydration, significantly increases symptoms of headache and decreased levels of concentration and mood”

-If you are waiting to feel thirsty, you’ve missed the chance to hydrate, and dehydration has begun

-Drink 6, 8 oz. glasses of water per day.  It will help you stay hydrated and help keep you feeling satiated http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/water/NU00283

-Zest lemon or orange peel, or mint leaves in an ice tray, fill with water, and freeze for an added flavor to your water

Water is a basic building block of cells and systems for the human body.  Staying hydrated; especially in these approaching hot summer months is important to healthy living.

Tuesday 06/12/12- Workout DIary-

Pure Barre Class- 55 min

stretch/foam roll- 20 minutes

Tuesday 06/12/12- Food Diary


1 cup egg whites (120 cal)

Organic steel cut oats(150 cal.)

1/8 cup blackberries, blueberries (30 cal)

1 apple (67 cal)

A.M. Snack-

protein shake with 1/2 cup pasturized egg whites (160 cal)

Lunch- restaurant

1 glass lemonaid (120 cal)

Salmon Salad (320 cal)approx.

P.M. Snack-

1 whole wheat English muffin (100 cal)

apple slices, low fat cheddar slices (110 cal)

2 oz low sodium sliced turkey (50 cal)


4 oz pork loin (180 cal)

1 cup root vegetables, roasted (65 cal)

3/4 cup whole wheat rotini, with organic pesto, parmesian (249 cal)



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