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Day #6 The Raw Food Muscle Fitness Challenge

September 6, 2010

I started my day with a Kayak trip with the family down the Rainbow River. I paddled for about 2 1/2 hours with my son Christian. I would say I got alot of exercise, he pretty much relaxed and didn’t paddle at all. That is okay, it helps my back muscles anyway. It was a beautiful and much needed trip. We were even so fortunate to see an otter swimming about 10 feet from us. The sight of him made me feel uncomfortable at first. When something brown pops up out of the water, I automatically think it’s an alligator, but after my eyes adjusted I realized it was an OTTER. This was towards the end of our trip. The whole day was blissful and relaxing. The boys had a great time and Jason finally got a breather. He is back in school and working many hours. But soon he will graduate and we can have some time together:)

My food choices were a bit better today, but still too many calories. I feel that I rely too much on calories. I should listen to how full I am but I would rather look at the numbers.
Day #6 Food choices:
Buckwheat cereal with berries almond milk and 1 T of each sunflower seed and pumpkin seeds

3 apples
Green smoothie with banana and berries

Mung bean salad with peppers, tomatoes, onion, parsley and olive oil and lime juice with a bit of Braggs LA.

Cuke and Cantaloupe Smoothie.

Big salad and fruit at my parents house. I did have some of their grilled veggies.

So my day was mostly raw. Not too bad.

Day #6 Exercise:

“Tension is who you think you should be. Relaxation is who you are.”~ Chinese Proverb

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