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Thursday, 30 December 2010

makanan dan rahsianya..

Saya ada terbaca perubatan alternative ada menyebut khasiat almond atau buah badam.
Di antaranya menyebut menyuruh memakan buah badam 2sebiji dua sehari.. yang sudah direndam dengan air semalaman. Khasiatnya untuk orang perempuan. Jika saya jumpa lagi artikle tersbut akan saya letak disini.

Dibawah penyelidikan barat menyatakan khasiat makan buah badam elok untuk mengelakkan kencing manis dan sakit jantung.

Selain dari itu artickle yang dibawah diambil dari reuters nws menyebut semua makanan secara amnya mengandungi bahan kimia, semulajadi atau yang diproses.  Detox adalah bahan syarikat untuk menjual. Badan kita mengeluarkan bahan buangan tanpa perlu menggunakan campuran bahan yang mahal dan makanan yg dijual berjenama detox.

Jadinya kita jangan perlu terikut ikut. Kalau nak cepatkan proses perkumuhan, tu buat lah cara yang paling simple dan mudah- buat jus berserat tinggi seperti celery dan carot dan sebagainya.. kemudian makan lah banyak sayur berdaun dan minum air kosong banyak banyak.. banyak buang air besar dan air kencing, banyaklah bahan buangan. Disamping itu kenalah bergerak beraktiviti mengeluarkan peluh dan exercise. Jadi Bahan yang berserat tinggi tadi pasti akan keluar menjadi bahan buangan...
Tenaga dan badan yang sihat datang dari makanan dan beriadah - tiada jalan mudah.

Makan lah dengan berpatutan sementara boleh makan. jika kita lanyak badan kita(abuse) dan tidak beriadah, esok bila organ dan rosak atau tidak boleh berfungsi langsung kita tidak boleh makan. Lama kelamaan langsung tidak boleh makan...banyak pantang larang kerana badan tidak berupaya nak proses...


Article dibawah diambil dari dma1l with thanks

::Eating almonds could help prevent diabetes and heart disease, say scientists:;

::Eating almonds could help prevent diabetes and heart disease, according to a study.

Researchers found that incorporating the nuts into our diets may help treat type 2 diabetes, which accounts for 90 to 95 per cent of all cases.

As well as combating the condition, linked to obesity and physical inactivity, it could tackle cardiovascular disease, said the report published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition.

Diabetics have a shortage of insulin or a decreased ability to use the hormone that allows glucose to enter cells and be converted to energy. When diabetes is not controlled, glucose and fats remain in the blood and over time, damage vital organs.

The study found that a diet rich in almonds may help improve insulin sensitivity and decrease LDL-cholesterol levels in those with pre-diabetes, a condition in which people have blood glucose levels higher than normal but not high enough to be classified as diabetes.

The study – conducted at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – looked at the effects of consuming an almond-enriched diet on 65 adults with pre-diabetes.

The group on the almond-enriched diet showed greater improvements in insulin sensitivity and significant reductions in LDL-cholesterol compared with the nut-free group.

Lead researcher Dr Michelle Wien said: ‘It is promising for those with risk factors for chronic diseases, such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease that dietary changes may help to improve factors that play a potential role in the disease development.’

An estimated 55 million people in Europe have been diagnosed with diabetes.::


article taken from reuter on yahoo news written by Kate Kelland:

"Science campaigners laid bare some of the most dubious celebrity-endorsed health tips on Wednesday, rubbishing ideas such as reabsorbing sperm and wearing silicone bracelets to boost energy".

:In an annual list of what it sees as the year's worst abuses against science, the Sense About Science (SAS) campaign group debunked diet and exercise suggestions made by actors, pop stars and others in the public eye in an effort "to help the celebrities realize where they are going wrong and to help the public make sense of celebrity claims."

In the health and fitness section, SAS noted that soccer player David Beckham and Prince William's fiancee Kate Middleton have both been spotted wearing hologram-embedded silicone bracelets which makers claim can improve energy and fitness.

It also listed a diet reportedly used by supermodel Naomi Campbell and actors Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore in which followers survive on maple syrup, lemon and pepper alone for up to two weeks. Campbell told U.S. TV host Oprah Winfrey in an interview in May: "It's good to clean out your body once in a while."

But SAS said in a statement: "Many of these claims promote theories, therapies and campaigns that make no scientific sense."

Pop star Sarah Harding told Now magazine in April that she crumbles charcoal over her food, saying: "It's doesn't taste of anything and apparently absorbs all the bad damaging stuff in the body."

Dr John Elmsley, a chemical scientist and writer asked by SAS to comment on this idea, said charcoal is known to absorb toxic molecules when used in gas masks and sewage treatment, but is "unnecessary when it comes to diet become the body is already quite capable of removing any 'bad damaging stuff'."

One of the highlights for SAS was a tip from cage fighter Alex Reid, who told The Sun tabloid newspaper in April that he "reabsorbs" his sperm to prepare for a big fight.

"It's actually very good for a man to have unprotected sex as long as he doesn't ejaculate. Because I believe that all that semen has a lot of nutrition. A tablespoon of semen has your equivalent of steak, eggs, lemons and oranges. I am reabsorbing it into my body and it makes me go raaaaahh," he said.

John Aplin, a reproductive research scientist at the University of Manchester, said sperm cannot be reabsorbed once they have formed in the testes. "In fact sperm die after a few days, and the nutritional content of the ejaculate is really rather small," he said in a comment on the SAS list.

"To try and counter the effects of some of the wildest health and fitness tips, SAS published its own "easy-to-remember pointers for celebrity commentators":-

* Nothing is chemical-free: everything is made of chemicals, it's just a case of which ones

* Detox is a marketing myth: our body does it without pricey potions and detox diets

* There's no need to boost: bodily functions occur without boosting

* Energy and fitness come and exercise: there are no shortcuts.

(Editing by Paul Casciato):: wtih thanks

Monday, 20 December 2010

Satu pengakuan yang jujur

::Article Written by Annabel Giles herself taken fromDma1l m with thanks..::

::Didn’t you used to be Annabel Giles?’ the woman asked, as I was rifling through the reduced-price shelf at Morrisons to find something for supper.

‘Blimey,’ she grinned, ‘you’ve come down in the world, haven’t you?’

I used to be a Waitrose-only woman, it is true. But I don’t think that’s what she meant. Only a few years ago, I was rich and famous – now I’m just poor and obscure. But please don’t feel sorry for me, because I don’t.

There are plenty of others in the same position, and without wishing to sound too smackable, I think it’s good for us.

Thanks to the credit crunch and, let’s be honest, our own greediness, we’re having to go back to living on basics. And for me, that’s been a very good thing

At one time, I owned 17 cars, including three Porsches and an Aston Martin as well as a Morris Minor – and I hadn’t even passed my driving test!

Now I have only one, poor me, which is ten years old and held together with gaffer tape.

I had a beautiful plantation house on Montserrat, right next door to the Governor’s official residence, and popped over there when I wasn’t busy; my last holiday was three years ago.

I thought nothing of buying a top in every colour if I liked it and I certainly never looked at the price tag.

Now, in Primark or similar kinds of stores, I ask myself if I have anything it will go with, if I have anything like it already and if I can imagine life without it. Needless to say, it usually stays in the shop.

My financial life has always been a bit up and down, but this is the worst it’s ever been. The truth is, I’ve been on benefits for the past year.

I’ve deliberately not said ‘living’ on benefits because it’s not a life, it’s an existence.

The Government (to which I have paid thousands of pounds in taxes over the years) is keeping me and my son just above the poverty line, and for that I’m grateful.

It has not been easy. In fact, it’s been very hard, and I am left asking the same question as you: how on earth did that happen?

Looking back, I have had lots of good fortune as well as bad luck, and I’ve made some poor choices too.

But I’m mainly in this position today because of the shockingly irresponsible behaviour of one man and what is laughingly known as ‘family law’ in this country.

The Child Support Agency [CSA] has very few powers to deal with people who don’t want to pay for their children, especially if they’re self-employed.

I have discovered to my cost that the courts are reluctant to deal with maintenance payments, concentrating instead on property or other major assets.

And if you do manage to get a court order demanding that your former partner contribute, the courts have no way of actually enforcing this.

And mine isn’t an extraordinary example: only 40 per cent of single parents in this country receive maintenance from the absent parent.

The ‘ex’ gets to live a financially irresponsible life while you are left, quite literally, holding the baby, and paying for the privilege.

If I sound bitter, that’s because I am, and I’m not the only one. Most of the single parents I know are in a similar position.

We’d do more about it if we weren’t so exhausted from having to look after our children while trying to eke out a living.

We need practical and financial help, not men who climb Big Ben dressed, ironically enough, as superheroes.

My own change of fortune has been unusually dramatic.

In the Eighties, I was married to the pop star Midge Ure, of Ultravox and Band Aid fame, and living in a beautiful listed Georgian mansion right on the River Thames in West London with our baby daughter Molly.

We weren’t too excessive – we didn’t drive our cars into the river, for example – but we were very comfortable.

We loved antiques, we enjoyed entertaining, we were invited to lots of parties and premieres.

But we were private people, we didn’t court Press attention: in fact, we avoided it. Our idea of a good night was a takeaway curry with Hill Street Blues.

was what we called in those days a ‘top model’, which meant I was one of the lucky few who simply had to turn up at the studio looking completely normal (one photographer asked me if I was the cleaner) and the professionals would get to work transforming me into a glamorous don’t-touch-what-you-can’t-afford beauty, for which I was highly paid.

It was fun, and I was expensive. But I decided I was bored with that – yes, really – and so I became a TV and radio presenter instead.

I made my name presenting the ITV fashion show Posh Frocks And New Trousers with Sarah Greene, and went on to interview and act and film all over the world.

I loved it. I felt I’d found what I was for at last.

Midge and I separated after six years together, and so Molly and I moved to a smaller house nearby.

My solicitor at the time advised that I take lots of his money with me, but I couldn’t see why I should when I hadn’t personally earned it.

So I took back what only I’d put in, and we agreed to share the financial responsibility for Molly.

That’s probably why we’re still friends now, 25 years after we met.

We had a good life, I had a great career and all was well until, when Molly was 11 years old, I met a man. Or rather, he met me.

I won’t reveal his name, because he’d like that. Those who need to know are very well aware of who he is.

He was a comedians’ agent, and he made such a great play for me that I found it impossible to keep saying ‘no’.

Shortly after he became my agent, he became my boyfriend too. (Yes, I know, but it worked for Cilla Black and her late husband and manager Bobby Willis, didn’t it?)

We didn’t make a good couple. We partied a lot, we argued a lot. It was one of those classic on-off relationships.

My friends got tired of hearing about it, I got bored with talking about it.

Then after yet another drunken reunion, I discovered I was pregnant.

Having been a single parent for most of those years, I wasn’t keen to start at the beginning again.

But the father was ecstatic and said he would do the majority of the childcare as he worked from home and I could carry on working.

I was 38 and I really wanted the mummy-daddy-baby dream to come true, so I agreed to go ahead with the pregnancy.

It was devastating when we discovered at 12 weeks that the unborn baby had a chromosome abnormality called ‘47, XYY Syndrome’.

In a nutshell, (and please look it up on if you want to know more) this means that he would be ‘extra male’: very tall, emotionally immature and likely to have learning difficulties.

I did as much research as I could and didn’t find anything that justified a termination.

As I lay fat and exhausted on the sofa, I would cuddle my tummy and tell the baby everything was going to be fine because I already loved him, and always would.

I would have terrible nightmares about the father abandoning us, leaving me to bring up our son alone. He used to reassure me that he would never do such a thing.

But when the baby was only two-and-a-half weeks old, for reasons he’s always kept to himself, he did exactly that.

Being a single parent is the hardest job I’ve ever done. It’s lonely, heartbreaking for the child and exhausting physically, emotionally and spiritually too.

Looking back now, I can see that the confident, cheerful, capable person I had been up until then just disappeared.

I was anxious, depressed and worn out from trying to do the job of two people in half the time. Yet, in a way, it has also been the making of me.

I had to find a job allowing me to work from home, as Ted was a very challenging toddler and I couldn’t afford live-in childcare now.

Plus, I had a spirited teenage girl to keep an eye on. So I wrote novels from my shed in the bottom of the garden. Luckily, they did well.

My first novel reached No 6 in the Sunday Times Best Seller List of October 2001 – it was a thrilling moment.

I tried to keep both careers going, but eventually had to give up broadcasting.

I was advised – wrongly – to turn down any TV work I was offered in order to be taken seriously as an author.

I can see now that this was when I lost everything I’d worked for in the entertainment business.

I’ve tried to get back in, but to no avail – I haven’t even managed to get an agent.

I don’t know if this is because I’m too old or too forgotten – it’s just the way it is.

Molly’s career as a singer/songwriter in the music business really took off and she left home.

We moved to Brighton, where I renovated a huge, crumbling house on the seafront and sold it at a good profit at the tail end of the property boom in 2007.

I’d managed, after much expensive litigation and delicate negotiation, to carve out some sort of working relationship with Ted’s father.

He’d also been ordered to pay Ted’s fees for the excellent St Aubyns School in Rottingdean, East Sussex, which has a big heart and small classes, plus a decent monthly amount to me, to cover back-payments for previous years.

But without warning, Ted’s father relocated to Los Angeles and, although we saw him a couple of times after that, he was obviously very busy with his new life, because he hasn’t spoken to Ted since his ninth birthday in 2008.

Ted is obviously very upset about this and gets distressed whenever we try to talk about his father.

There’s been the odd email since, but he soon stopped sending the payments, and a couple of years ago he announced that he wouldn’t be paying the school fees either.

I had given up trying to get any money out of him through the courts and the CSA.

Now that he is out of UK jurisdiction, I am completely powerless.

Of course I paid the school fees for as long as I could while desperately trying to get my old career back.

I don’t earn any royalties from my novels; in fact, you can buy them all on Amazon for 1p each.

I had no time to write another novel and, last December, I finally ran out of money.

I applied for various ‘normal’ jobs, but as a 51-year-old woman with no qualifications except a degree in Showing Off, I didn’t get so much as an interview.

And I couldn’t work full-time as I had Ted in the school holidays.

I took a job in a cafe, but someone tipped off the local paper and I was still hanging on to my ‘reputation’ then, so I left.

I’d lost all my confidence, I became frightened and I couldn’t stop crying.

But none of that earned me any money, and I had a child to feed and clothe.

So there was nothing else for it: I had to make that call to the Benefit Office.

I’m glad I did, because that was my first step to asking for help and, thanks to some careful accounting from me and the generosity of others, we’re surviving.

I’ve been so touched. There’s still a lot of human kindness out there in these hard times and I’ve been fortunate.

The school has awarded us a huge bursary, for example. I’ve still got my house, because the interest-only mortgage repayment is cheaper than living in rented accommodation.

The best news of all is that the school and I have worked well together, and Ted has become a fantastic young man and is back on track.

The workings of the benefits system are obscure and confusing at the best of times, but suffice it to say that I don’t have a penny to spare by the end of the week.

And this is despite a level of resourcefulness I never knew I had. We walk almost everywhere, avoiding using the car.

I keep a record of everything I spend and check my bank account every night. I wear all the clothes I never used to wear.

I never turn the heating on during the day, but make do with layers of jumpers, blankets, gloves and a hot-water bottle if necessary.

Where I can sell things, I do. I have completely given up alcohol and takeaways are out of the question.

I’ve managed to stay away from the credit cards but I am, of course, in debt.

The bank rang last week and told me they’d cancelled my overdraft facility, so I owe them thousands of pounds which, right now, I have no hope of repaying.

I’d love to get back to performing – I’ve got a good face for radio. I’ve also got a great idea for a non-fiction book.

Or maybe I should try something completely different. Perhaps we single parents should rise up and demand a change in the law. I’m open to suggestions!

If or when my circumstances change again, I hope I never forget to be as forgiving to others as people have been to me.

I don’t begrudge anybody trying to get by on government handouts because for most of them it’s not a lifestyle choice.

If you know a struggling single parent, then why not offer them a bit of seasonal help?

This is the worst time of year, as the pressure’s really on to provide the kids with a Christmas we can’t afford.

And to answer that lady in Morrisons, I am still Annabel Giles, but with a lot less money and a lot more compassion.::

Maaf lah anda tidak kenal sapa  orang ini. Tapi disatu ketika dia hidup mewah, rezeki murah dsbnya. Kemudian dugaan melanda. Dia masih cuba bersikap positif dan berterus terang didalam penulisanya didalam article diatas. Dia tidak pura pura nak menyembunyikan fakta dsbnya. Dia face realiti dan mengakuinya..

Tidak macam setengah org celebriti, bila dah takde duit, guna nama peminat, nak bertemu peminat dan jual karya recycled. Lepas tu senyap buat perangai sana sini, venture busines nasilemak bungkus, con sana sini, atau jadi penyu jadian(tinggal telur sana sini) kmudian recycle album lagi dan buat lah apa yg patut untuk mendekati peminat.
Dalam dugaan hidup kita manusai samada jadi yang positif atau makin menjauhi yang positif. atau pura pura positif  bak kata orang show off ajala...

err no offence this is general application ye..

sosiologi...kajian yang ada kebenaranya

::We're living longer... but not healthier: Children born today will suffer an extra year of disabilities than those born three decades ago::

::By Jenny Hope of DM with many thanks::

Living longer is not necessarily a bed of roses – it may mean more years spent struggling with disability, researchers say.

Figures show life expectancy is rising but that in return people born now will have to cope with disability or a long-term illness for an extra year compared with those born 30 years ago.

The gender gap is also closing, with women losing their traditional advantage in having better health for longer as they enjoy greater life expectancy.

Researchers predict that men born in 2007 will have an average 13.7 years of disability in their life, compared with 12.8 years for those born in 1981. For women, the figures are 17.1 years and 16 years.

Men born in 2007 are likely to spend an even greater proportion of their life in poor health, 8.7 years compared with 6.4 years in 1981.

Women today spend 11 years in poor health compared with 10 years in 1981, according to figures from the Office of National Statistics.

However, the proportion of life spent in good health is increasing at a faster rate for men than for women – men have narrowed the traditional gender gap by more than a year.

Figures show a similar picture in the US, where the average 20-year-old will spend an entire extra year struggling with illness compared to their peers born 10 years ago.

More...Eight out of ten wives fret over an unhealthy husband

A quarter of children are overweight or obese by the age of FIVE

In 1998 a 20-year-old man could expect to live another 45 years without cardiovascular disease, cancer or diabetes. By 2006 that had fallen to 43.8 disease free years to look forward to. For young women the number of years they could enjoy good health also fell from 49.2 years to 48 years.

The number of people, including youngsters, with the ability to walk up ten steps, walk a quarter mile, stand or sit for 2 hours, and stand, bend or kneel without using special equipment also dropped.

Men in their 20s will spend 5.8 years without basic mobility - up from 3.8 years, while women of the same age are likely to experience 9.8 years without mobility - up from 7.3 years a decade ago.

Researcher Eileen Crimmins, who published a study in the Journal Of Gerontology, said healthier living and medical advances have contributed to the increase in life expectancy.

She said 'We have always assumed that each generation will be healthier and longer lived than the prior one.

'There is substantial evidence that we have done little to date to eliminate or delay disease while we have prevented death from diseases.

'At the same time, there have been substantial increases in the incidences of certain chronic diseases, specifically, diabetes.'

But the prevalence of cancer, cardiovascular disease and diabetes have all increased along with the proportion of the population with multiple diseases. Obesity rates have also shot up.

Dr Crimmins said: ‘The increasing prevalence of disease may to some extent reflect better diagnostics, but what it most clearly reflects is increasing survival of people with disease.’

'The growing problem of lifelong obesity and increases in hypertension and high cholesterol are a sign that health may not be improving with each generation.

'We do not appear to be moving to a world where we die without experiencing significant periods of disease, functioning loss, and disability.'::

bila difikirkan balik ada benarnya sedikit sebanyak yang ditulis oleh sociologist ini. Tengoklah dulu mana ada boleh melantak sosej berger 24/7 tiap hari. Ais krm sekotak, mat donel,pakcik janggut putih, segala cream cheese, cheese cake, public resipi dsbnya. Dulu mahal dahtu ada orang bukan mampu nak makan semua itu..
Sekarang semuanya murah, cuma kualiti saja lah yang kurang.. so anak anak dilatih makan makan yang segera lagi senang.taste bud jadi lali.
Anak anak yg duduk dibandar terutamanya mana nak makan nasi lauk pucuk rebus, masak air, sayur kampung sangat. Ikan sungai diajar ibubapa moden banyak tulang. Kalu ada bawang macam diletak paku atau racun didalam makanan tu. Makanya mereka menjadi kurengg la makanan yang sihat.. lebih gemar pada daging daging, berger, sosej ,steak dsbnya.
Lepas makan makanan berdaging, dok mengadap play station. Anak anak sekarang mana ada kena kerah cuci tandas, sapu sampah di laman, daun daun, buang sampah sangat. Kalau ada tu buat ingat ingat lupa. Memori yang lemah.. makan benda cam tu apa nak buat. Dah makan berdaging tiap hari, mahu badan tak panas..buka ekon, satu rumah, tidur berekon. Sebab terlampau  panas tak tahan peluh.
Duduk dalam ekon, mana ada keluar peluh, keluar rumah kalau naik keta aircon, tak peluh..bila kala berpeluh?mana badan nak sihat..
Makan daging elok, buatlah cara old fashion seminggu sekali ayam, sehari daging merah, hari hari lain ikan. Tapi hidup dah mewah makan apa sajalah..tepuk dada tanya selera..Sakit zaman moden memang disebabkan excess dalam segala benda yang patut dikurangkan didalam seharian.

food trend

::taken fr Dm many thanks - Written by Marianne Power.::

:::The latest cake sensation consists of two discs of sponge with a thick, buttercream filling.

Despite the whoopie pie’s plain appearance, it’s flying off the shelves.

Biscuit in Glasgow was one of the first British cafes to stock whoopie pies and owner Sharyl Brown bakes hundreds every week.

They’re outselling cupcakes and people are coming here to buy them especially,’ she says.

‘They’re less sweet with a balanced flavour.’

London’s trendy Notting Hill gets its first whoopie pie store next year.

More manly than a cupcake and easier to eat (no frosting up your nose), it has been compared to a sweet hamburger. What’s not to like?


Reputedly invented by an Amish wife in the Twenties as a way to use up leftover cake batter. They got their name after her husband opened his lunchbox and shouted: ‘Whoopie!’


The average number of calories in a whoopie pie - compared to 350 calories in a frosted cupcake

The recipes have become more varied, such as blueberry spice and lemon fillings or chocolate chip sponge.::::

macam dalam kartun asterix and obelix pulak

Anything lah as long as it helps the sufferer
:::Mistletoe can help kiss goodbye to cancer side effects :::


:According to folklore, mistletoe 'magic' may seal romance, bestow fertility and bring peace to warring spouses.

The plant has also been credited with the power of healing - an attribute currently being harnessed by a new outpatient unit at the independent Raphael Medical Centre in Kent, which offers integrated cancer care.

The centre uses mistletoe (known by its Latin plant name, viscum album) to combat undesirable effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy, such as fatigue, nausea, weight loss, low mood and infections

Advocates believe the herb boosts the immune system and may even help kill tumour cells - particularly breast, gynaecological, colo-rectal, pancreatic and lung cancer, along with lymphomas and leukaemia.

Results have been so promising that Professor Gene Feder, a GP and Professor of Primary Care at Bristol University, is initiating the UK's first pilot study.

From his GP experience he says: 'Patients receiving mistletoe during and after radiotherapy or chemotherapy appear to tolerate those treatments better. The university is planning a pilot double-blind randomised controlled trial, and hope to start recruiting in Bristol in April.'

Treatment is usually by injections - two a week for two years. Patients inject at home after initial treatment by medical staff to monitor effects.

Dr Maurice Orange MSc, who heads the integrated cancer care clinic at Raphael, explains: 'We look for inflammation at the injection site.

This may be itchy, tender or painful for a day or two. Like after-effects of a bee sting, redness indicates the body's immune response. For this treatment that's desirable. After weeks or months of treatment it settles down.

'Similarly, within 24 hours of an injection we expect patients to feel off-colour, fatigued, headachy with bodily aches and pains, and possibly raised body temperature - like mild flu, but lasting about 12 hours. Again it's a positive sign. The immune system is firing into action. Depending on reactions we adjust doses, increasing as patients get used to it.'

Dr Orange stresses that mistletoe is an adjunct to conventional cancer treatment. While patients sometimes want to avoid orthodox treatment, he sees his job as discussing best treatments, often referring patients to sympathetic oncologists.

Kiss of life: Anne Marshall-Lee, 51, who is receiving mistletoe treatment for her breast cancer

One patient who believes mistletoe has been the kiss of life is Anne Marshall-Lee. Diagnosed with breast cancer in January 2009, the 51-year-old teacher from Manchester was advised to have a mastectomy.

She studied the debate about whether mastectomy is appropriate for her particular cancer - DCIS (Ductal Carcinoma in situ - cancer in the breast ducts) which later progressed to invasive cancer. She declined a mastectomy.

Specialists ruled out lumpectomy, in which only the tumour is removed. :

'When the surgeon at my local hospital returned from leave, he saw my records and asked if I'd like to be referred for mistletoe therapy. I hadn't heard of this, but after discussion felt very comfortable with the idea,' recalls Anne.

She started injections in March 2009 and her NHS consultant kept watch with biopsies and scans.

Two weeks ago an ultrasound scan left Anne jubilant.

'In the last six months the diseased area reduced by almost two inches,' reports Anne. 'I'm looking forward to further successes as treatment continues.'

The average cost of mistletoe therapy is £50 a month.

Thursday, 16 December 2010

New Tile Cleaning Method

Dibawah ada beberapa viedo dambil dari you tube. Untuk berkongsi bersama, tip tip didalam video ini...Tapi untuk maintenance yang paling berkesan adalah menggunakan klorok atau pencuci bilik madi yang ada dijual.. mould atau fungi ini mati dansenang di scrub dengan sponge hijau pencuci periuk...KURANG CALAR

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kulat dikeliling rumah dijumpai hidup didalam paru paru pesakit semput...

Kajian yang disiar didalam akhbar dibawah menyatakan penyelidikan mereka menjumpai fungi atau kulat yang biasa ditemui di taman luar rumah..
Selalunya kita sering menyalahkan bulu haiwan sebagai punca lelah dsb. Kita lupa bilik air , tandas kita juga sumber pembiakan kulat/fungi bilamana kita mandia air lembapan didinding lantai bilik air juga menggalakkan pembiakan kulat atau fungi. Ditambah lagi jika tingkap bilik air ditutup dan pintu ditutup rapat selepas mandi. Cuaca panas menjadikan ianya senang berbiak. Ditambah lagi jika hawa dingin dipakai, perubahan ketara pada suhu akan menjadikan ianya tempat yang senang untuk kulat/fungi berbiak.

Bilik air perlu di basuh tidak kurang sekali seminggu. Kolah juga perlu di cuci permukaan luar dan dalam sert didinding sekitarnya. dinding bilik air perlu di rendam, jirus spray dengan kloroks atau pencuci bilik air, biarkan setengah jam barulah di berus pakai sponge hijau yang kita pakai buat cuci periuk.Ini supaya kita tidak mencalarkan dinding bilik air. Jika dinding bercalar kerana kita memberus pakai berus dawai, lagi cepat dan lagi payah kita nak mencuci tiles dinding bilik air kita dan lagi banyak kulat membiak di permukaan yang di calarkan menggunakan berus dawai tadi.
Bagusnya jika kita mandi pastikan janganlah simbah air kasar kasar sampai lecak satu bilik air. Buatlah secara perlahan. Kalau boleh beli lah getah squeegee yang macam wiper tu, lap dinding yang sangat basah tadi. Latih lah anak anak melakukannya dari kecil.  Latihlah dirikita atau anak anak supaya bila mandi tidak melecakkan merata tempat. Elok untuk anda dan tidak kekok bila pergi ke rumah orang atau ke negara orang..

Begitu lubang tandas- rajin rajinlah mencuci dengan merendamkan klorok semalaman semasa semua sudah tidur, supaya senang nak diberus. Juga elakkan guna berus dawai. Guna lah berus plastic yang standard dijual untuk berus lubang tandas.
Pastikan di bawah kaki tandas duduk di basuh kerana segala macam boleh melimpah disitu dan tempat yang menjadi segala macam kuman dan bakteria..

Begitu juga peti sejuk. Pastikan makanan yang sudah dimasak atau berlebih di simpan selepas dinormalkan pada suhu bilik  dan ditutup rapat atau dengan menggunakan plastik.
Basuh lagh peti sejuk anda setiap minggu.
 Dimana mana didalam rumah permukaan yang kena air dengan kerap dipastikan ianya dilap supaya tidak menggalakkan kulat..dsb..

Sink dapur lantai dapur, longkang perlu dicuci...jika kita neglect benda yang basic macam ini, anak anak yang belum kena asthma akan mudah terhidu spora dari fungi yang hidup didalam dan dikeliling rumah...

Jika boleh elak lah dari memakai karpet didalam rumah. Ini menggalakkan segala macam habuk, spora dan dsbnya. Jangan lupa lap lantai dandsbnya....
 Kalau penat, latih semua ahli keluarga membantu  termasuk la yang sisuami.. memang kerja mereka  pun membantu didalam dan diluar rumah.. kalau meerka tak buat siapa lagi nak buat?

::::Many asthma sufferers 'have garden MOULD growing on their lungs':::

::By Dma1l reporter - many thanks::::

A common garden mould that causes an allergic reaction in asthmatics actually grows in many sufferers' lungs, scientists have found.

The discovery was made during research into the impact of the mould Aspergillus fumigates on asthmatics. The funghi is usually found in soil and compost heaps.

The research was led University of Leicester scientists at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester.

Professor Andy Wardlaw, from the University of Leicester, said: 'Asthma is a very common condition where the breathing tubes (bronchi) can go into spasm making it difficult to breathe.

'We found about half of people with severe asthma have evidence of allergy to moulds like A. fumigatus.

'We also found that if you were allergic to A. fumigatus you had more narrowing of the airways than if you were not allergic, and this was worse in patients from whom A. fumigatus was grown.

'Our research concluded that it is possible that fixed narrowing of breathing tubes in many people with asthma could be caused by A. fumigatus growing in their lungs.'

The mould was found to grow from the sputum, which is the matter expelled from the respiratory tract, such as phlegm, mixed with saliva.

The findings, published in the December issue of the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, suggest the problem of A. fumigatus growing in the lungs could be more common than previously thought.

Professor Wardlaw added: 'Treating individuals from whom A. fumigatus is detected with antibiotics against the mould may prevent fixed narrowing of the airways.'

The study was carried out by researchers at Leicester university and Glenfield Hospital and funded by the Midlands Asthma and Allergy Research Association (MAARA) and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

Saturday, 11 December 2010

Fishermens Breakfast Fish Recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys

Koboi masak ikan

Grilled Brick Oven style Pizza by the BBQ Pit Boys

Grilled Onion Soup Recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys

kecualikan brandi etc tapi letak sedikit halia.. sedap...letak sedikit lada sulah atau lada hitam.. masa demam kalau tidak ada selera sedap..makan..., kalau nak buat rendang tu, rebus dulu daging sampai empuk, air rebusan tadi disimpan dlm freezer, bila nak buat sup bawang, keluarkan dan gunakan... kalau nak sedap sedikit, masa nak caramelis bawang tadi masukkan sedikit bawang putih dan halia yang di blend atau diketuk...
kalau masa naak anak kena demam selsema dan batuk sedap makan kasi peluh, cicah roti atau begitu saja.. lain benda macam cheese tu optional..

Barbecue Baked Beans Recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys

bake beansrecipe  cuma kita tak payah letaak bacon .. inside..

Lobster, Clam, Shrimp on the Grill by the BBQ Pit Boys


BBQ Shrimp with Crab Meat Stuffing Recipe

Roast Beef Recipe Barbecue by the BBQ Pit Boys

Pakai oven  pun ok juga, lagi cepat dan mudah...baki boleh buat daging salai  cicah air asam, masak lemak dan sebagainya...

Buat sandwhich....

Pit Beef Barbecue by the BBQ Pit Boys


FLAT IRON STEAK recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys

Kalau tidak ada, kuali biasa pun jalan juga...beli daging dan bahan bahan, boleh buat steak di rumah.. lagi murah... bapa bapa patut take over buat benda benda ni... for a change. Beli daging frozen pun ok juga..ikut budget..
jika buat dirumah, anak anak akan biasa makan dirumah tidak asik teringat nak mcd dsbnya...

Corned Beef Brisket Barbecue Recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys

Corned beef yang mereka makan bukan macam kita makan dari dalam tin. Dalam tin tu, kurang sihat.. yang dimasak sepereti didalam video tu cara orang Irish masak adalah cara yang sihat.Walaupun begitu kita masih boleh menggunakan daging yang bahagian yang tidak mahal, cheap cut...

Rib Eye Steaks - Grilled Steak Recipe - Steak Tips

Pastikan kuali panas..sebelum masukkan daging.. minyak.. cukup untuk melicinkan steak anda.. jangan lupa apu stok  pada daging anda...

Stu's brisket

marinate kita boleh localized flavour kita selain dari guna mustard etc..
Tidak semestinya kena guna  cara mereka untuk marinate...

cara memilih daging -- untuk di salai...How to select season & barbecue beef brisket

Pilih yang berlemak supaya daging tetap lembap dan lembut.. tapi jika ada baki berlemak bila daging dah sejuk, trim  sperti didalam video video ini..

How To Smoke A Brisket-Texas Style

Kalau tidak ada bbq  smoker etc, pakai ajalah oven.. sama saja.. end resultnya...tapi mula mula tutup atas dengan aluminium foil dulu, lepas 2-3 jam baru buka dan selepas 1-2 jam tukar side  dan roast dalam sejam dua lagi baru di angkat..Air juice  boleh di buat sauce..

How To Smoke A Brisket-Texas Style (Part 2)

Selain dari makan daging salai cicah sambal air asam, atau buat sambal dendeng, masak lemak, kerabu daging,  sedap dibuat sandwich ala mewah, diletak tomato, bawang timun dan tomato.. cili sos sudah memadai .. sangat healthy dari asik guna mayonnaise saja.. kalau nak rasa omputihh guna bbq sauce atau mustard..

How To Smoke A Brisket-Texas Style (Part 3)

Daging salai yang di mince jadi cebisan... sedap dibuat salad , dibuat sandwich guna roti bun, roti biasa, roti pitta.. dicampur dengan bawang, cili sos, salad, timun dan tomato..sedapp  tak payah pakai mayonnaise...pack sekali makan , sesuai untuk dibawa piknik, bekal kerjamsekolah dan makanan anak anak. Lebih berkhasiat....dari berger. Buat  lebih kan daging dan simpan didalam freezer macam dilakukan oleh mamat didalam video ini. Tak payah makan atau rely sausage selalu..
kalau buat nasi goreng, mi goreng, pasta bolognese, pizza senang saja boleh makan..
takde bbq smoker tak  per, letak je dalam tray pakai oven, mid heat...for  few hours... tapi kalau nak jiimat karan buat sekali untuk sebulan dua punya stok. Jimat tenaga, masa dan stok semanjang ada.
Flavour marinate pakai apa saja.. kalau nak pedas, pakai cili, dsbnya.. tak kisah...kalau nak tekak melayu, kunyit jangan lupa dan cili serta serta garam...buat lah variety tray untuk dibakar didalam oven spt black pepper, cajun, cili boh dan kunyit, kunyit dan halia ketumbar, dan macam macam lagi...

How To Smoke A Brisket - Texas Style Part 5

bbq cara mereka memang lah katakan.. makanan mereka steak, beef dan macam macam berkaitan dengan beef...

daging bbq salai - BBQ Smoker in Action

Corned Beef Brisket Barbecue Recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys

Real corned beef.. not the processed corned beef falam tin..

Beef Brisket Barbecue recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys

untuk buat daging salai tapi cara mereka ada sikit cincai  ..tapi recipe dan method...serta explanation yang penting...

Beef Steak and Philly Cheesesteak recipe - from you tube the pro

Beef Steak and Philly Cheesesteak recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys

resipi from the pro- How to Make a Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich

Menyalai menggunakan cara Texan-How To Smoke A Brisket-Texas Style (Part 2)

Mereka ini memang pakar bbq atau masak steak, beef atau daging salai..


lawal pasal anak orang kaya

Lihatlah lawak ini menhingkap bagaimana anak orang kaya punya mentaliti... selalunya lah...lalu dijadikan lawak...

interview - joke

seee what it says  and think about the whole sketch..

Monday, 6 December 2010

taken fr utube

Jimmy's Global Harvest Episode 1 Highlight

just to share ..

Jimmys Food Factory - Series 2 - Episode 2 - Food in a Flash - 1 of 2

fast food vidoe fr youtube