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Rabu, 11 Julai 2012

Jangan Rendam Uncang Teh Lebih Dari 3 Minit

Pagi tadi, saya menikmati teh hijau yang dikatakan banyak khasiatnya. Memang tidak dinafikan dan saya sendiri dapat merasa kebaikannya sekiranya kita mengamalkan meminun teh hijau ni secara konsisten.. InsyaAllah... 

Pada awal tahun ini, kita dikhabarkan bahawa teh timbang yang terdapat di pasaran mengandungi bahan pewarna yang berlebihan yang boleh menyebabkan kanser.Maka terdapatlah cadangan ramai pihak supaya masyarakat bertukar dari teh timbang kepada teh uncang.
Namun, kita harus sedar bahawa teh uncang juga mempunyai kelemahan serta kesan buruk yang tersendiri. Cumanya kita kena berhati-hati ketika menyediakan teh uncang.
Jangan Mencelup Uncang Teh Lebih Dari 3 Minit.
Teh uncang sebaiknya tidak boleh dicelupkan serta ‘direndam’ terlalu lama. Hal ini disebabkan adanya kandungan klorin dalam uncang kertas teh itu. Fungsinya adalah untuk melindungi kertas uncang tersebut daripada bakteria dan juga berfungsi sebagai pengawet, iaitu teh menjadi lebih tahan lama.
Klorin dalam jumlah yang tinggi boleh menyebabkan banyak keburukan dan kesan negatif kepada badan manusia. Antaranya ialah kanser, mandul dan banyak lagi.
Jika mencelup uncang teh lebih dari 3 – 5 minit, klorin akan ikut larut dalam teh. Dan banyak khasiat teh yang ‘terhilang’ akibat kehadiran klorin yang tinggi dalam minuman teh. Agar terhindar dari kesan jangka masa panjang, sebaiknya jangan mencelup uncang teh lebih dari 3 minit.

Jumaat, 15 Jun 2012

Khamis, 5 April 2012

5 foods to help you look your best

Ageing, pollution, stress and fatigue can all take their toll on our appearance. From wrinkles to under-eye circles and eye bags to acne, the effects of our lifestyles can display themselves on our faces before we even start to feel them. Luckily, there is no need to opt for surgery just yet. By eating the right foods and paying attention to your diet, you can drastically improve your appearance. Here are our top five foods for a natural facelift.
Spinach, like many other dark green leafy vegetables, is rich in an antioxidant called lutein. Not only is this great for healthy eyes, but more recent research has shown that it is also good for preventing wrinkles by helping to retain the skin's moisture and elasticity, increasing lipid levels and preventing damage caused by free radicals.
The benefits of spinach do not stop there, however, as the leafy vegetable also has the power to reduce dark circles under the eyes due to its high levels ofvitamins K and C. Although there are many reasons behind dark circles - such as tiredness and heredity - one of the roots can be poor circulation. In cases where this is a problem, increasing your intake of vitamins K and C can alleviate them by helping to boost circulation and strengthening capillary walls.

Besides being a well known aphrodisiac, oysters can also enhance your beauty. If you are suffering from pale, sallow skin or dark circles under your eyes, this may be due to vitamin B12 or iron deficiencies, both of which can cause anaemia. To beat pasty skin, try boosting your intake of these essential nutrients by stocking up on oysters, which have high levels of both. Other good sources include seaweed, clams and mussels.

It may not be the most fragrant of foods, but garlic is a superfood that can have great skin benefits. As a natural antibiotic with blood cleansing, immune boosting, antibacterial properties, garlic is an effective, cheap and healthy way to help naturally treat acne. While there are many reasons people suffer from spots, garlic - particularly when eaten raw and crushed - can help reduce future breakouts, while its anti-inflammatory properties can reduce the swelling and inflammation of acne.

Avocados often get a bad press due to their high levels of fats, however the healthy fats contained in an avocado can actually do wonders for your skin. Packed with omega-3 fatty acids, avocados can help to moisturise your skin from the inside and increase collagen production, helping to prevent wrinkles. The anti-inflammatory properties of avocado are also good for helping toreduce acne and psoriasis, while the high levels of vitamin E will help to keep your skin supple and prevent premature ageing.

Many people know that fluid retention is the primary cause of belly bloating, but it can also be responsible for a puffy face and bags under the eyes. Fortunately, fluid retention can be treated through the diet by redressing the body'ssodium/potassium balance. As these two minerals work against each other to balance water in the body, too little potassium - or too much salt - is one of the most common causes of water retention. Redress this by increasing your intake of potassium through foods such as bananas. Other potassium rich foods include strawberries, melon and papaya; making a fresh fruit salad a great choice for a supple, youthful face.

Ahad, 18 Mac 2012

5 foods that help you live longer

Brightly coloured fruit and vegetables
Research suggests that those who eat more fruit and vegetables tend to live longer than those who don’t, due to the nutrients they contain. While all fruit and veg is good for you, brightly coloured produce is particularly beneficial as the natural pigments which give them their color can also help prevent cancer. The Okinawans – who are reputed to have the world’s longest life expectancy and who have low rates of heart disease and cancer – have a diet that is rich in fruit and veg, especially dark green and yellow varieties. In particular, the Okinawan diet features large quantities of sweet potatoes, having replaced the traditional Japanese staple of rice with this vibrant veg.
Dark chocolate
Good news for chocoholics – chocolate can help you live longer!  Cocoa beans are packed with antioxidants which studies have found can help cut your risk of heart disease – the biggest killer in the Western world. This may be why Jeanne Louise Calment, who lived a grand total of 122 years and 164 days (the oldest verified age of any human being ever) put her good health down to her regular chocolate consumption. However, before you go stocking up on chocolate bars, it is worth bearing in mind that one square a day is enough to boost your health. Also, make sure you go for the over 70 per cent cocoa bars which contain more flavonoids and less sugar.
Oily fish
People in Japan have the longest life expectancy in the world, which may be down to their traditional diet which is high in fish. Not only does opting for fish over meat reduce your risk of many of the health problems associated with red meat, such as heart disease, but oily fish such as salmon, mackerel, sardines and trout are renowned for their health benefits. Oily fish are a good source of vitamins A and D which are good for the immune system. Furthermore, they are rich in omega-3 fatty acids which have been linked to a lowered risk of heart disease, brain damage and stroke.
Green tea
Another staple of the Japanese diet, green tea boasts an impressive array of health benefits, helping to improve cardiovascular health, regulate blood pressure, boost the immune system, and lower cholesterol. Studies have even suggested that drinking green tea – which is rich in health-boosting flavonoids – can help to lower your risk of cancer. Research findings published in the Journal of theAmerican Medical Association appear to back up these health claims, as the Japanese study of more than 40,000 participants found that those who drank five or more cups of green tea a day had a death rate that was 16 per cent lower than those who drank one cup, over the course of 11 years.
Olive oil
Many of us stay away from fats and oils in a bid to stay trim and healthy; however, ‘good’ monounsaturated fats, which are found in olive oil, are actually essential for good health. Studies have found that regularly consuming olive oil can help cut your risk of stroke and heart disease, due to its high content of micronutrients called phenols which have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. The oil is also a staple of the healthy Mediterranean diet, which studies suggests can help you live longer. Research has found that those who follow this eating plan have a 20 per cent higher chance of living longer, gaining an estimated average of two to three years.

Rabu, 29 Februari 2012


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Jumaat, 3 Februari 2012

Fuzariz Recipe ( Brownies Cheese)

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brownies cheese
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Ahad, 8 Januari 2012

Ahad, 1 Januari 2012

Selamat Datang 2012

hai semua...
pejam celik..pejam celik...dah masuk tahun baru 2012...sekejap jer tahun 2011 dah berlalu...mcm terlalu pantas...dan mcm2 jugak perkara dah ditempuhi...

lady fuza nk ucapkan selamat tahun baru kepada semua pembaca & blogger....