Joined July 2013
Weight History

Start Weight
282.2 lb
Lost so far: 22.0 lb

Current Weight
304.2 lb
Performance: gaining 0.3 lb a week

Goal Weight
220.5 lb
Still to go: 83.8 lb

Ladyphattie's Weight History

Ladyphattie's Latest Member Challenges

  Bitty Baby Steps
status: Completed
ended: 26 Jul 13
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Ladyphattie's Cookbook

cals: 228kcal | fat: 7.66g | carbs: 34.17g | prot: 7.42g
Quinoa, Barley & Chickpea Salad
Superfood salad, tasty and high in protein, great as a meal or side dish.
cals: 433kcal | fat: 16.64g | carbs: 28.86g | prot: 24.27g
Better than a store bought classic.
cals: 303kcal | fat: 8.96g | carbs: 32.38g | prot: 19.09g
Italian Style Bean Soup
A hearty soup full of beany goodness.
cals: 218kcal | fat: 5.00g | carbs: 37.44g | prot: 7.16g
Israeli Cous Cous Salad
A fresh salad, great as a side with low fat protein or as a meal on its own.
cals: 272kcal | fat: 9.91g | carbs: 36.19g | prot: 14.08g
Green Bean Salad
Tasty but simple salad with low fat cottage cheese and balsamic vinegar. Have with low fat meats for a quick and easy meal.
cals: 243kcal | fat: 7.61g | carbs: 36.89g | prot: 7.62g
Fried Rice
Great way of using up what you've got.
cals: 262kcal | fat: 3.73g | carbs: 49.02g | prot: 11.12g
Cold Soba Noodle Salad
A refreshing cold noodle salad.
cals: 469kcal | fat: 24.86g | carbs: 36.86g | prot: 27.41g
Chilli Con Carne
Easy to cook for a crowd or freezes really well. The chilli is best made a day ahead to let the flavours develop.
cals: 139kcal | fat: 6.22g | carbs: 6.54g | prot: 13.79g
Chicken Mince Stuffing
Just add a free range chook.
cals: 436kcal | fat: 21.35g | carbs: 16.58g | prot: 36.49g
Beef & Porcini Casserole
Nice and hearty, the best on a chilly evening.
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Ladyphattie's Latest Posts

Half way!!!!
Don't know how to change the graphic scale but it ain't 32kgs to its 19 lol
posted 07 Nov 2013, 04:41
Half way!!!!
Very Happy 19kgs down and 19kgs to go SO HAPPY!!!!
posted 07 Nov 2013, 04:39
RDI seems high and getting the fat, protein, carb ratio right is hard!
Thanks for the info, having more protein and less carbs makes sense.
posted 15 Jul 2013, 05:50
RDI seems high and getting the fat, protein, carb ratio right is hard!
Hi, I have an RDI of 2000 for my weight, which did decrease from 2100 after loss. My questions are......
Will this continue to decrease as my weight does? What is an average female RDI supposed to be?
Finding it hard to get my pie chart for fat, carb and protein to look right, aiming for 20% fat and protein and 60% carbs (does that sound right to everybody, I'm 46 and trying to be more activeConfused ) any suggestions appreciated.
posted 14 Jul 2013, 22:33
the green tea
Just did the no boiling water on the teabag trick, what an improvement.
posted 14 Jul 2013, 07:49
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