Weight Loss vs Weight Gain with Flank Steak Fajitas from The Meal Prep Manual - 60 Minute Meals. @themealprepmanual⁣ ⁣ With all of these Weight Loss vs Weight Gain images I post it should be implied that one meal isn’t necessarily going to make you gain weight or lose weight. They are meant to be visuals for what your meals could look like if you have a goal of losing or gaining weight. Energy balance is important for making body composition changes and if you count calories it’s going to be easier to ensure you’re hitting the correct state of energy balance. But I don’t like counting calories and I know a lot of you don’t either. The purpose of these posts is to show you some simple changes you can make throughout your day to fit your goals. On the weight gain side of this post is one cup of rice. That’s 200 extra calories. If you’re trying to gain weight that’s a good place to start, it fits into most meals and you can flavor it to match. Omitting the rice on the weight loss side is an easy way to cut back on calories. Can you still eat rice and lose weight? Obviously. It’s about calorie balance. Cutting the rice is just the easiest thing to remove.⁣ ⁣ The difference between these meals is obviously in the rice. I added a cup of rice and decided to try and add more vegetables as well. I blended a big handful of spinach and cilantro to a blender with some water and then used that to cook the rice in. Once the rice finished cooking I added salt, oil, and lime juice. It’s an easy way to add some extra vegetables to the meal without having to actually chew and eat vegetables and that’s always a win in my book. ⁣ ⁣ www.mealprepmanual.com⁣ ⁣ #mealprepsunday #mealpreplife #mealprepideas #foodfeed #mealprep #mealprepmanual #mealprepping #foodprep #foodshare #foodstagram #foodphotography #foodlover #fit #fitspo #fitness #fitfood #fitmom #healthyfood #healthylife #healthyeating #healthyrecipes⁣ ⁣ www.mealprepmanual.com⁣ ⁣ #mealprep #foodshare #foodprep #healthyeating #healthylifestyle #healthylifestyle #mealtime #mealpreps #mealprepping #mealpreplife #mealprepideas #mealprepsunday #mealplanning #mealprepmonday #mealprepmanual #iifym #foodprep #foodstagram #foodphoto @themealprepmanual themealprepmanual Josh Cortis

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  • Weight Loss vs Weight Gain with Flank Steak Fajitas from The Meal Prep Manual - 60 Minute Meals. @themealprepmanual⁣ ⁣ With all of these Weight Loss vs Weight Gain images I post it should be implied that one meal isn’t necessarily going to make you gain weight or lose weight. They are meant to be visuals for what your meals could look like if you have a goal of losing or gaining weight. Energy balance is important for making body composition changes and if you count calories it’s going to be easier to ensure you’re hitting the correct state of energy balance. But I don’t like counting calories and I know a lot of you don’t either. The purpose of these posts is to show you some simple changes you can make throughout your day to fit your goals. On the weight gain side of this post is one cup of rice. That’s 200 extra calories. If you’re trying to gain weight that’s a good place to start, it fits into most meals and you can flavor it to match. Omitting the rice on the weight loss side is an easy way to cut back on calories. Can you still eat rice and lose weight? Obviously. It’s about calorie balance. Cutting the rice is just the easiest thing to remove.⁣ ⁣ The difference between these meals is obviously in the rice. I added a cup of rice and decided to try and add more vegetables as well. I blended a big handful of spinach and cilantro to a blender with some water and then used that to cook the rice in. Once the rice finished cooking I added salt, oil, and lime juice. It’s an easy way to add some extra vegetables to the meal without having to actually chew and eat vegetables and that’s always a win in my book. ⁣ ⁣ www.mealprepmanual.com⁣ ⁣ #mealprepsunday #mealpreplife #mealprepideas #foodfeed #mealprep #mealprepmanual #mealprepping #foodprep #foodshare #foodstagram #foodphotography #foodlover #fit #fitspo #fitness #fitfood #fitmom #healthyfood #healthylife #healthyeating #healthyrecipes⁣ ⁣ www.mealprepmanual.com⁣ ⁣ #mealprep #foodshare #foodprep #healthyeating #healthylifestyle #healthylifestyle #mealtime #mealpreps #mealprepping #mealpreplife #mealprepideas #mealprepsunday #mealplanning #mealprepmonday #mealprepmanual #iifym #foodprep #foodstagram #foodphoto
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With all of these Weight Loss vs Weight Gain images I post it should be implied that one meal isn’t necessarily going to make you gain weight or lose weight. They are meant to be visuals for what your meals could look like if you have a goal of losing or gaining weight. Energy balance is important for making body composition changes and if you count calories it’s going to be easier to ensure you’re hitting the correct state of energy balance. But I don’t like counting calories and I know a lot of you don’t either. The purpose of these posts is to show you some simple changes you can make throughout your day to fit your goals. On the weight gain side of this post is one cup of rice. That’s 200 extra calories. If you’re trying to gain weight that’s a good place to start, it fits into most meals and you can flavor it to match. Omitting the rice on the weight loss side is an easy way to cut back on calories. Can you still eat rice and lose weight? Obviously. It’s about calorie balance. Cutting the rice is just the easiest thing to remove.⁣
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The difference between these meals is obviously in the rice. I added a cup of rice and decided to try and add more vegetables as well. I blended a big handful of spinach and cilantro to a blender with some water and then used that to cook the rice in. Once the rice finished cooking I added salt, oil, and lime juice. It’s an easy way to add some extra vegetables to the meal without having to actually chew and eat vegetables and that’s always a win in my book. ⁣
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    Weight Loss vs Weight Gain with Flank Steak Fajitas from The Meal Prep Manual - 60 Minute Meals. @themealprepmanual⁣
    With all of these Weight Loss vs Weight Gain images I post it should be implied that one meal isn’t necessarily going to make you gain weight or lose weight. They are meant to be visuals for what your meals could look like if you have a goal of losing or gaining weight. Energy balance is important for making body composition changes and if you count calories it’s going to be easier to ensure you’re hitting the correct state of energy balance. But I don’t like counting calories and I know a lot of you don’t either. The purpose of these posts is to show you some simple changes you can make throughout your day to fit your goals. On the weight gain side of this post is one cup of rice. That’s 200 extra calories. If you’re trying to gain weight that’s a good place to start, it fits into most meals and you can flavor it to match. Omitting the rice on the weight loss side is an easy way to cut back on calories. Can you still eat rice and lose weight? Obviously. It’s about calorie balance. Cutting the rice is just the easiest thing to remove.⁣

    The difference between these meals is obviously in the rice. I added a cup of rice and decided to try and add more vegetables as well. I blended a big handful of spinach and cilantro to a blender with some water and then used that to cook the rice in. Once the rice finished cooking I added salt, oil, and lime juice. It’s an easy way to add some extra vegetables to the meal without having to actually chew and eat vegetables and that’s always a win in my book. ⁣

    www.mealprepmanual.com⁣

    #mealprepsunday #mealpreplife #mealprepideas #foodfeed #mealprep #mealprepmanual #mealprepping #foodprep #foodshare #foodstagram #foodphotography #foodlover #fit #fitspo #fitness #fitfood #fitmom #healthyfood #healthylife #healthyeating #healthyrecipes⁣

    www.mealprepmanual.com⁣

    #mealprep #foodshare #foodprep #healthyeating #healthylifestyle #healthylifestyle #mealtime #mealpreps #mealprepping #mealpreplife #mealprepideas #mealprepsunday #mealplanning #mealprepmonday #mealprepmanual #iifym #foodprep #foodstagram #foodphoto

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emilybpuller - Emily Blankschen Puller 2 weeks ago

This looks delicious! When preparing steak for meal prep do you make it more rare (like when making scrambled eggs) to keep it from becoming overdone when reheated, or is it generally not much of an issue?

angelique_elise - Angel 2 weeks ago

While I love these posts and sarcasm in general, I genuinely want to say thanks for the tip on the rice/vegetable thing! It’s so simple but I never would have through to blend it like that. Seriously one of my favorite feeds to follow!

kittixneal - 2 weeks ago

What is I added lettuce and used chicken instead? Would that still count as a weight loss meal?