07/05/15- Paula's Healthy Living Eating/Exercise Journal: Thursday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 6. July 2015 18:55

When you go to see your physician for a check-up, or to address a problem you have, a candid conversation is more important than you may give credence to.  Why?

-If your doctor asks you about you smoking or drinking habits, they are not prying into your social life, but the frequency of cigarette and alcohol use can affect birth control side effects (increases risks of cancer).  Which kind they may recommend, can impact your sinus issues, increase your risk of stroke and the development of heart and lung disease, and an extended list of gastrointestinal  and memory issues. 

-When the doctor asks you about your diet or food patterns, and you aren’t candid with the information, it can keep your physician from truly understanding your health risks for a number of different kinds of cancers, Diabetes, and heart disease.  Also, if you don’t tell them about cleanses or ‘detox’ treatments that you’ve done (which can interfere with kidney function and protein levels).  They may misread test results and make misinformed recommendations to you.

-If you’re not forthright about your sexual habits, this can lead to a lack of important tests for a variety of life-changing issues.

-If you’re embarrassed to talk about gastrointestinal problems, then the doctor can’t make accurate recommendations.  0% of people with this problem are women (I am in this group).  According to Robynn Chutkan, MD. (Founder of The Digestive Center for women at Georgetown Hospital in D.C.), the colon is so long and twisting, it makes it hard for food to get through effectively.  Being frank with your doctor allows them to recommend a proper diet and possible important for scheduling a colonoscopy.

-Don’t give misinformation about dietary supplements and vitamins.  They can have negative drug interactions with a drug that is prescribed to you, causing you negative results. 

Being forthright with your doctor, whether it is embarrassing or not, serves you best in the long run.  It allows the doctor to make accurate diagnoses, and to help you find our best health.

Thursday 07/05/12-Exercise Diary:

Exercise DVD- upper body

Pure Barre- 55 min. class

Thursday 07/05/12- Eating Diary:

7 am- 1 cup egg whites, spinach, onions, chia seeds (135 cal)

2 oz.steel cut oatmeal,+ cinnamon ( dry weight) (241 cal)

11 am- protein shake (160 cal)

2 p.m.- 4 oz halibut (154 cal)

8 oz mixed greens ( spinach, brocolli, brocolli slaw, pea pods,tomato, asparagus) (88 cal)

3 oz quinoa ( 150 cal)

1/2 tsp Uda oil- Find in refridgerator at health food stores (65 cal)

6 p.m.- 3 oz chicken, roasted, no skin/salt, spices (150 cal)

3 oz sweet potatoes (oven roasted in skin) (64 oz)

8 oz green vegetables ( raw or steamed ) asparagus, brocolli, green beans, brocolli slaw (88 cal)

8 p.m.-6 oz. shrimp (pan seared) (145 cal)

3 oz beans, lima beans (frozen then thawed) (144 cal)

8 oz mixed greens  ( 88 cal)

1/2 tsp Uda's or flax oil ( 65 cal)

1/4 cup dark chocolate acai berries (100 cal)


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