If you have stumbled across this page, welcome to my Paleo Journey Blog . I am a health and fitness enthusiast who in NO way is an expert in nutrition or health science. I do, however, LOVE to eat and am happy to share the good, bad, and ugly of my expirimenting through the jungle of Paleo cooking. Please let me know what you think of the recipes posted by adding a rating in the comments section and feel free to send in new recipes through email.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Day 23? - Tuesday

5:00am - banana and tbspn sunflower butter

5:30 - Crossfit - 4X10 seated overhead presses (10,12,15,20lbs) and 4X8 staggered deadlifts each leg WOD 10-15-25, 15-20-30, 20-25-35 kte, kbswings, pushups - 1 min rest in between - end with 100 walking lunges.

7:30 - breakfast - eggwhite scramble with chicken, tomato, mushrooms, spinach, avacado. butternut squash

9:00am - run/row w/o - 1 mile warm up @ 6, 4X400 at 6:30 pace 1:30 rest inbetween. Then 4X500m row w/ 2min rest inbetween. Hydro massager

10:30 - orgasm smoothie - yes, you read that right - saw this on the Doctor Tv show on ABC as I was running the treadmill this morning. (click link for the recipe) Basically all ingredients good for whats going on down there! protein powder, blueberries, banana, nutmeg, flaxseed, ginger, ( I added a little coconut milk and ice) - Yum!

12:30 - moroccan chicken salad from CPK (one of my fav's - ive listed the ingredients about 5 times I think!)

5:45pm - dinner - chicken burger on portabella mushroom cap with Orange peel aioli and avacado, carrots, asparagus with citris glaze (recipes for both on recipe page) - burger was really good. ALOT of cooking tonight! Planning on making an ahi tuna app for class tomorrow - hope it turns out.

8:00 apple almond butter and canteloupe

1 comment:

  1. Stephanie, I'm going to hire you as my personal chef when I win the lottery! I don't like smoothies but yours sound great. Nice work. Keep it up. I just made seared ahi tuna the other day. Bought a big thick hunk. Cut it into squares. Seared it in walnut oil, then rolled in sesame seeds. Had it with cooked spinach and cucumber salad. Good stuff!