Introducing the Angel of Cuisine
I’m a local Pilbara girl who arrived here five years ago weighing 120kg.
I am a married mum with two kids and the same lifestyle that we all share up here, but now with lots of exercise and yummy healthy food, I am officially half that size; plus I had one of my babies in that time.
I’m really excited to have joined the Pilbara Echo to share delicious meals and healthy tips that helped me along the way.
I know that eating food that is good for you and tastes incredible, is the success strategy to any weight loss program and I’m testament to the fact that a little dedication can go a long way to realising a brand new lifestyle.
Knowledge is definitely power and for those who are kitchen-phobic, changing your eating habits can be incredibly daunting.
I believe in eating everything in moderation and enjoying every meal.
I like to eat fresh, well made food that tastes great.
I want the food I eat to be worth my time and effort so you’ll find my meals are fuss free, made with ingredients sourced locally and really tasty.
I have dinner parties, treats with my kids, Sunday lunches and all the good things in life.
I don’t miss out on anything, I just think carefully about what I eat and when.
So lets get started.
You can see my before and after pictures here; feel free to email me with any questions you have about my journey, or health and fitness in general.
If I don’t know, I will find out for you.
Remember, your question is probably the same as another hundred people, so if you ask, then we all benefit from the answer.
Email me at email@example.com and check out lots more recipes and inspirational ideas on my Facebook page www.facebook.com/angelofcuisine
Tips and Tricks
Eat at regular intervals throughout the day at the same time each day and your body and metabolism will adjust.
Workout at the same time each day to increase your energy burn and get results.
Take things one step at a time, figure out what you can change, change it, stick to it, then work on the next hurdle.
Knock them off one by one, keeping your changes consistent and soon you’ll have a new healthy lifestyle that fits just as easy as your old bad habits.
Recipe of the week
Chilli Maple Prawns – Serves 4
Fat: 2 grams – Calories: 129 – Kilojoules: 552
This low fat, high taste dish is perfect for Lunch, Dinner or entertaining. Adjust the amount of Chilli Powder if you are sharing with children and avoid serving with high fat Cocktail or Tartare Sauces.
400grms Raw Peeled Prawns
2 tsp Ground Chilli (Mild or Hot)
2 tsp Maple Syrup
2 tsp Honey
2 tsp Soy Sauce
Mix ground chilli, maple syrup, honey and soy sauce together. Toss in prawns and marinate for at least 30 minutes. Cook on griddle pan, grill or BBQ on medium heat for a few minutes on each side until cooked through. Serve with a Green Salad and a squeeze of fresh Lemon juice.