Judy Holliday usually started her workout routine with 30 minutes in the morning and 30 minutes in the evening. You get an added metabolism-booster in the second half of the day. After six weeks, she did an hour in the morning and another hour in the evening.
She loves foods high on the glycemic index or with large portions of meat. She always recommended small meals throughout the day to help fight against that dreaded food coma. The meals range from 200 to 300 calories each, five to six times a day. When you get very few breaks during the day and you don’t get a full night’s sleep, you need those small meals to keep your energy up.One meal option is a piece of poached chicken the size of your fist with a green salad sprinkled with lemon juice, carrots, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, and celery. Another is a cup and a half of quinoa with minced veggies, all cooked at once so the quinoa absorbs the nutrients. For snacks, a vegetable puréed soup with pumpkin seeds, olive oil, or flaxseed oil works.
She doesn’t believe in diets. Judy just believe in being healthy! She had lots of fruits, vegetables, assorted raw nuts, and seeds always on hand. Breakfast (depending on the day) would be an egg white omelet with spinach and hot sauce, or oatmeal with fruit and a slice of whole-grain bread. Lunch was a good-sized salad and always had chicken or fish in it. If she got a sweet tooth, she would have a small dessert. In between meals, we’d have a piece of fruit with about 10 raw nuts. Dinner was grilled fish and quinoa with veggies mixed in it. This is just a small sample.
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