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Eating Fast Food Healthily

Posted by Jutawan Tuesday, October 26, 2010 0 comments

Too busy to eat properly? or craving for a certain junk food? but worried about the effects of fast food to your diet?

If you answered yes to at least one of the above, Here's a list of what you can do:

  • Small Portion: Get the kids meal or buy it ala carte.
  • Bakery/Deli: Find outlets that serve tortilla wraps or wheat bread sandwiches as alternative to greasy foods.
  • Dessert: get a combo with vegetables and fruits salad as a side order.
  • Meat: get it grilled.
  • Snack: Make a habit of eating a portion of fruits before going out. This makes you feel full and avoids unhealthy snacks along the way.
  • Snacks stash: Stock your handbag or car with bottled water and healthy snacks.
  • Supermart: Change your strategy. Go to your local mart for a cup of low fat yogurt and a slice of fresh papaya's as an alternative to fast food.
  • Say no to mayonnaise: No means NO. Geddit?
  • Warm water: Get this whenever you eat out. It makes you feel full earlier.
  • Leftover: Feel guilty when you see leftovers? Follow step 1!!!

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Noni can help you from obesity!

Posted by Jutawan Tuesday, October 12, 2010 0 comments


If you feel tired, gain weight faster, and fail to do any exercise in your life, then you should

Read this!


For centuries, people in the South Pacific have used noni (Morinda citrifolia) to treat a number of health issues, from high blood pressure to headaches.
Today, there is promising research on noni's possible role in treating breast and colon cancer. Initial studies show that the tropical fruit may deter disease development and tumor growth. Currently, the National Institutes of Health is working to pinpoint noni's cancer-fighting abilities in a Phase I clinical trial--done to determine a treatment's safety, side effects, correct dosage and how the body responds to the treatment.

There is evidence that suggests noni could battle obesity as well. Neil Solomon, MD, PhD, author of numerous books on noni, including Noni Juice: How Much, How Often, For What, surveyed 1,227 health professionals who represented more than 25,314 noni juice drinkers from 80 countries. "Of the 5,526 people who drank noni juice to help with weight problems, 72 percent reported that they lost weight," he says.

Solomon found that people who lost weight with noni drank 2 1/2 oz. (5 Tbs.) of the juice per day. He recommends these general guidelines for adults: Begin with a testing dose of 1 tsp. of noni before breakfast and 1 tsp. before dinner for 3 days to make sure there aren't any adverse reactions (see below). If you don't have problems with it, jump to 4 Tbs. twice a day for a month. For the next 5 months, take 4 Tbs. before breakfast and 2 Tbs. before dinner, and then move to a maintenance dose of 2 Tbs. twice a day for as long as you want.

There are a few possible side effects from taking noni. Some people may experience rare allergic reactions, and noni's high potassium content can be problematic for people with kidney disease. As always, check with your health care provider before taking any new supplement. Then you can feel good about making noni part of your resolution regimen. Here's to a healthy life!

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Explore The Miracles of Noni

Posted by Jutawan Sunday, October 10, 2010 0 comments

Explore the benefits of

Noni

Towards your Health

Noni is a miraculous herbs..

The fruits origin

Noni (Morinda citrifolia) is assumed to have originated in Southeast Asia and was distributed throughout the Pacific islands by natural and man-made means. It is believed that approximately 2000 years ago, ancient peoples of French Polynesia brought the noni plant with them as a source of food and medicine when they colonized the islands of the South Pacific. Written documentation about the use of noni as food dates back to the late 1700s when Captain James Cook observed that the fruit was consumed in Tahiti. Subsequent publications indicate that noni fruit was commonly eaten in Fiji, Roratonga, Samoa, Australia, and India.

When it comes to health, choose Noni!

Noni contain essential biological components which help regulate our physical health. It also helps to regulate the blood circulation in the body, lowering the blood sugar level, and increase the body immunization system. The blood circulates better and this increase the oxygen transfer rate to the body organs which cause energy synthesis in biochemical pathways more efficient.



BIOLOGICAL COMPOUNDS OF NONI THAT HELPS YOU REGULATE YOUR HEALTH

What is Xeronine?

Xeronine is seen as essential for cell functions. Xeronine acts on protein and increases the energy needed for mechanical, chemical and electrical work in each cell. Because of xeronine’s function on proteins it explains why Noni has a wide range of applications in the human body.

Serotonin and Proxeroninase as shown in the diagram are critical part of the Xeronine system. Proxeroninase is a lysozyme enzyme.

By consuming Noni it helps our body normalise the function of damaged and sick cells thereby facilitating their repair by delivering proxeronine, the cells then assemble into the alkaloid Xeronine. Xeronine affects the cells positively making you “feel healthier”. This healing action of Xeronine is an adaptogen, it goes to places in the body where cell function is abnormal or damaged.

They work to maintain, and for the betterment of your health!


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The World's Richest Man

Posted by Jutawan Wednesday, September 22, 2010 0 comments




#1 Carlos Slim Helu


$53.5 billion

Telecom, Mexico.

Telecom tycoon who pounced on privatization of Mexico's national telephone company in the 1990s becomes world's richest person for first time after coming in third place last year. Net worth up $18.5 billion in a year. Recently received regulatory approval to merge his fixed-line assets into American Movil, Latin America's biggest mobile phone company.


#2 Bill Gates

$53 billion

Microsoft, U.S.

Software visionary is now the world's second-richest man. Net worth still up $13 billion in a year as Microsoft shares rose 50% in 12 months, value of investment vehicle Cascade swelled. More than 60% of fortune held outside Microsoft; investments include Four Seasons hotels, Televisa, Auto Nation. Stepped down from day-to-day duties at Microsoft in 2008 to focus on philanthropy.


#3 Warren Buffett

$47 billion

Investments, U.S.

America's favorite investor up $10 billion in past 12 months on surging Berkshire Hathaway shares; says U.S. has survived economic "Pearl Harbor," but warns recovery will be slow. Shrewdly invested $5 billion in Goldman Sachs and $3 billion in General Electric amid 2008 market collapse. Recently acquired railroad giant Burlington Northern Santa Fe for $26 billion.



#4 Mukesh Ambani

$29 billion

Petrochemicals, oil and gas. India.

Global ambitions: His Reliance Industries, already India's most valuable company, recently bid $2 billion for 65% stake in troubled Canadian oil sands outfit Value Creations. Firm's $14.5 billion offer to buy bankrupt petrochemicals maker LyondellBasell was rejected. Since September company has sold Treasury shares worth $2 billion to be used for acquisitions. Late father, Dhirubhai, founded Reliance and built it into a massive conglomerate.



#5 Lakshmi Mittal

$28.7 billion

Steel, India.

London's richest resident oversees ArcelorMittal, world's largest steel maker. Net profits fell 75% in 2009. Mittal took 12% pay cut but improved outlook pushed stock up one-third in past year. Looking to expand in his native India; wants to build steel mills in Jharkhad and Orissa but has not received government approval. Earned $1.1 billion for selling his interest in a Kazakh refinery in December.

#6 Lawrence Ellison

$28 billion

Oracle, U.S.

Oracle founder's fortune continues to soar; shares up 70% in past 12 months. Database giant has bought 57 companies in the past five years. Completed $7.4 billion buyout of Sun Microsystems in January; acquired BEA Systems for $8.5 billion in 2008. Studied physics at U. of Chicago; didn't graduate. Started Oracle 1977; took public a day before Microsoft in 1986.



#7 Bernard Arnault

$27.5 billion

Luxury goods, France.

Bling is back, helping fashion icon grab title of richest European as shares of his luxury goods outfit LVMH--maker of Louis Vuitton, Moet & Chandon--surge 57%. LVMH is developing upscale Shanghai commercial property, L'Avenue Shanghai, with Macau billionaire Stanley Ho.


#8 Eike Batista

$27 billion

Mining, oil. Brazil.

Vowing to become world's richest man--and he may be on his way. This year's biggest gainer added $19.5 billion to his personal balance sheet. Son of Brazil's revered former mining minister who presided over mining giant Companhia Vale do Rio Doce got his start in gold trading and mining.

#9 Amancio Ortega

$25 billion

Fashion retail, Spain.

Style maven lords over Inditex; fashion firm, which operates under several brand names including Zara, Massimo Dutti and Stradivarius, has 4,500 stores in 73 countries including new spots in Mexico and Syria. Set up joint venture with Tata Group subsidiary to enter India in 2010. Betting on Florida real estate: bought Coral Gables office tower that is currently home to Bacardi USA.

#10 Karl Albrecht

$23.5 billion

Supermarkets, Germany.

Owns discount supermarket giant Aldi Sud, one of Germany's (and Europe's) dominant grocers. Has 1,000 stores in U.S. across 29 states. Estimated sales: $37 billion. Plans to open New York City store this year. With younger brother, Theo, transformed mother's corner grocery store into Aldi after World War II. Brothers split ownership in 1961; Karl took the stores in southern Germany, plus the rights to the brand in the U.K., Australia and the U.S. Theo got northern Germany and the rest of Europe.

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White House hosts Iftar

Posted by Jutawan Tuesday, August 24, 2010 0 comments



2 weeks ago, President Obama invited 100 officials from various countries to an inftar dinner at the white house state room. During the dinner President Obama said:

"Here at the White House, we have a tradition of hosting iftars that goes back several years, just as we host Christmas parties, seders, and Diwali celebrations. These events celebrate the role of faith in the lives of the American people. They remind us of the basic truth that we are all children of God, and we all draw strength and a sense of purpose from our beliefs.

For in the end, we remain “one nation, under God, indivisible.” And we can only achieve “liberty and justice for all” if we live by that one rule at the heart of every religion, including Islam—that we do unto others as we would have them do unto us.

Thank you all for being here, and I wish you a blessed Ramadan." -President of America Barack Obama-

-Excerpt taken from chuckcurrie.blogs.com . All credit goes to the appropriate parties involved. -

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