Wednesday Weigh Day 6


Welcome to the Sixth of a continuing series of posts called Wednesday Weigh Day. These posts will be a tracker for my progress through weight loss, hopefully, and a way to share my journey, and some of my recipes. With a current Daily Kilojoule goal of 5000Kj, to better tie in with my wife, who is also on the weight loss journey. I have been on the 5000Kj goal for a little over a week now and have settled into the reduced intake reasonably well.

Weight at Start: 131.7kg

Goal Weight: 95kg

Weight Today: 119.1kg

Weight Loss this Week: 1.6kg

Total Weight Loss: 12.6kg

Amount till Goal Weight: 24.1kg

My front and side will obviously have changed very little in a week, though there are changes. If you want to see the biggest change I encourage you to look at Week 1, then look back at these pictures. Having said that, I have noticed that on most pair of pants I have reclaimed yet another belt loop.

Wednesday Weigh Day 6 Front

Wednesday Weigh Day 6 Front

Wednesday Weigh Day 6 Side

Wednesday Weigh Day 6 Side

This week the standout meal, based on comments on Facebook, and personal feedback, was the Mexican Chilli Bowls.

Mexican Chilli Bowl

Mexican Chilli Bowls

Serves 4

Kilojoules per Serve 1264

Prep time 10 minutes

Cook time 30 Minutes

Ingredients:

500g Beef Mince

1 Brown Onion

1 Red Onion

100g Corn Kernals

2 Large Tomatos

500g Lettuce or Leafy Greens

2 Tbs Ground Cumin

1 Tbs Smoked Paprika

1 Tsp Chilli Powder, or more to taste

2 Tsp Onion Powder

2 Tsp Garlic Powder

1 Bunch Corriander

½ Cup of Water

OPTIONAL/SUBSTITUTES

1 Cup Cannellini Beans for 256Kj per Serve

Dollop of Light Sour Cream for 235Kj per Serve

Method

  1. Warm a large frying pan on a medium high heat.
  2. Add Brown Onion and fry until transparent.
  3. Add Beef and stir until brown.
  4. In the mean time add leafy greens to a bowl and mix together the Corn, Red Onion, Coriander, and Tomato. Place on top of leafy greens.
  5. Once the Beef is browned add the remaining Spices stirring for about a minute, add the Water to dissolve the spices.
  6. Once water has evaporated and you are left with just a small amount surrounding the beef serve on the Leafy Greens.
  7. Enjoy

If you see a post on Facebook that involves a meal that hasn’t been covered here at Maintain the Rage, please message me, or comment below and I may be able to write a special post with the recipe.

Maintain the Rage

Luke Sondergeld

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