Monday, July 8, 2013
#24 A Healthy Lifestyle Is A Goal In Itself
Always drink plenty of water (if you can't drink a gallon a day, then stay hydrated to avoid being thirsty)
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My day begins:
1) my new liver detox (ph balancer) on an empty stomach first thing when i wake up: in a cup, put 1 tsp of baking soda, 1 tsp of organic molasses, 1/2 lemon, 4 sprinkle dashes of powdered cayenne pepper, 1 cup of water (or alkaline water).
- this is the molasses i use-
2) breakfast: gluten free oatmeal, goji berries, chia seeds, walnuts, almonds, grounded flax seeds, gluten free chocolate protein powder, add almond milk & you have a yummy cereal
3)My recovery green drink (recipe on my previous posts. so yummy, filling, & fat-burning), plus I snacked on goji berries with some snacks by the brand called 'go raw real live food' (can be purchased at any health food store) which has All organic ingredients such as sprouted flax seeds, sunflower seeds, sprouted sesame seeds, organic jalapenio, cilantro, lime juice, spices, celtic sea salt, & garlic - all compressed together to make it look like a chip.
4)Lunch: all raw organic red leaf lettuce, spinach, brocolli, apple, green olives, chopped garlic, tomato, carrots, avocado, flax & chia see - dressed with lime & tbsp of extra virgin olive oil.
fresh Organic, Spinach, Kale, Celery, Parsley, Arugula, Carrots, Apple, Banana, Blueberries, Strawberries, Quinoa, Chia, Whole Grounded Flaxseeds, Chlorophyll, Bee Pollen, Spirulina Powder, Freeze Dried Wheat Grass,Super Green Drink Powder berry flavored, Gluten-Free Vanilla Protein Powder, Coconut Oil, Egg White, Almond Milk, Carnitine Powder, Glutamine Powder, Pumpkin Seeds):
Homemade hummus: Garbanzo beans, olive oil, lemon juice, put a lil bit homemade pico de gallo, green onions, cilantro, a lil bit of tomato, blended it in the nutribullet (i used a lil bit of the juice from the garbanzo bean). I dipped some baby carrots into the hummus & niam niam. It was yummy!
Just make sure you get at the least 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous-intensity exercise per week:
*Moderate intensity: brisk walking
*Vigorous intensity: jogging, cycling, playing sport
*Along with aerobic exercise, squeeze in at least two strength training sessions per week
*Include all major muscle groups: legs, hips, back, abdomen, chest, arms
*Aerobic exercises protect your heart (your heart is a muscle that is important keep strong)
*Strength training keeps your muscles & bones strong
*Things you can do at home:
Jog in place
And the list can go on & on :-)
6) Din Din time:
Baked cauliflower, a dash of himalayan salt, & eat away. What a yummy dinner.