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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