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Friday, November 9, 2012

GenH STS!!

Assalamualaikum semua!!! Kami nak ajak anda semua terutama yang berumur 30 tahun ke bawah ke GenH STS!!! Siapa yang ingin mengetahui tentang product Herbalife, testimonial yang berjaya, peluang bisnes Herbalife, anda WAJIB untuk datang ke event ini~ Anda boleh bertemu dengan mereka yang berumur bawah 30thn tapi telah membuat income lebih RM40k ke atas!! Speaker jemputan juga luar biasa!! Di datangkan khas dari Indonesia. Apa tunggu lagi? Jom ajak adik, kakak, abang, saudara-mara datang ke event ini.

Tarikh, masa & tempat seperti yang tertera

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Monday, August 6, 2012

Sesuatu yg mungkin mengubah hidup anda


Siapa kat sini yang rasa nak ubah hidup mereka menjadi lebih baik? Sama ada dari segi kesihatan atau kewangan. Mempunyai ibu bapa, adik beradik atau orang-orang yang ada sayang menghidapi penyakit kronik dan anda mahu mencari sesuatu untuk kesihatan mereka. Mempunyai dream yang besar seperti mahu memiliki sebuah kereta mewah, rumah yang mewah, lifestyle yang berbeza, shopping tanpa perlu melihat price tag. Atau mencari peluang business tapi tak tahu cara dan tiada pengalaman. 

Saya mencari anda!! Anda di jemput untuk ke Pullman Putrajaya pada 12hb Ogos ini. Sedikit info mengenai pasangan ini.

Pasangan ni mempunyai Dim Sum cafe yang pernah masuk rancangan Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan. Mereka juga adalah kontraktor landskap dan ada Spa! Wow! Businessman yang berjaya macam mereka pun meninggalkan perniagaan mereka dan menjalankan perniagaan Herbalife! Apa yang membuatkan mereka mengambil keputusan begitu? Apa yg mereka nampak dalam Herbalife? 

*picture was taken from STS Putrajaya FB*

Sekiranya ingin tahu kisah pasangan ini dengan lebih lanjut, mari sama-sama hadir ke event ini. Mungkin dengan perkongsian dari mereka berdua dapat mengubah hidup anda. Sila hubungi saya untuk maklumat lanjut. Mukhlish 010 2208650

Thursday, July 26, 2012


It's a question many of us could ask. More than 45 million Americans now belong to a health club, up from 23 million in 1993. We spend some $19 billion a year on gym memberships. Of course, some people join and never go. Still, as one major study — the Minnesota Heart Survey — found, more of us at least say we exercise regularly. The survey ran from 1980, when only 47% of respondents said they engaged in regular exercise, to 2000, when the figure had grown to 57%.

And yet obesity figures have risen dramatically in the same period: a third of Americans are obese, and another third count as overweight by the Federal Government's definition. Yes, it's entirely possible that those of us who regularly go to the gym would weigh even more if we exercised less. But like many other people, we get hungry after we exercise, so we often eat more on the days we work out than on the days we don't. Could exercise actually be keeping us from losing weight?

The conventional wisdom that exercise is essential for shedding pounds is actually fairly new. As recently as the 1960s, doctors routinely advised against rigorous exercise, particularly for older adults who could injure themselves. Today doctors encourage even their oldest patients to exercise, which is sound advice for many reasons: People who regularly exercise are at significantly lower risk for all manner of diseases — those of the heart in particular. They less often develop cancer, diabetes and many other illnesses. But the past few years of obesity research show that the role of exercise in weight loss has been wildly overstated.

"In general, for weight loss, exercise is pretty useless," says Eric Ravussin, chair in diabetes and metabolism at Louisiana State University and a prominent exercise researcher. Many recent studies have found that exercise isn't as important in helping people lose weight as you hear so regularly in gym advertisements or on shows like The Biggest Loser — or, for that matter, from magazines like this one.

The basic problem is that while it's true that exercise burns calories and that you must burn calories to lose weight, exercise has another effect: it can stimulate hunger. That causes us to eat more, which in turn can negate the weight-loss benefits we just accrued. Exercise, in other words, isn't necessarily helping us lose weight. It may even be making it harder.

You might think half a muffin over an entire day wouldn't matter much, particularly if you exercise regularly. After all, doesn't exercise turn fat to muscle, and doesn't muscle process excess calories more efficiently than fat does?

Yes, although the muscle-fat relationship is often misunderstood. According to calculations published in the journal Obesity Research by a Columbia University team in 2001, a pound of muscle burns approximately six calories a day in a resting body, compared with the two calories that a pound of fat burns. Which means that after you work out hard enough to convert, say, 10 lb. of fat to muscle — a major achievement — you would be able to eat only an extra 40 calories per day, about the amount in a teaspoon of butter, before beginning to gain weight. Good luck with that.

All this helps explain why our herculean exercise over the past 30 years — all the personal trainers, StairMasters and VersaClimbers; all the Pilates classes and yoga retreats and fat camps — hasn't made us thinner. After we exercise, we often crave sugary calories like those in muffins or in "sports" drinks like Gatorade. A standard 20-oz. bottle of Gatorade contains 130 calories. If you're hot and thirsty after a 20-minute run in summer heat, it's easy to guzzle that bottle in 20 seconds, in which case the caloric expenditure and the caloric intake are probably a wash. From a weight-loss perspective, you would have been better off sitting on the sofa knitting.


Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Obesity, lack of exercise reported in asthmatics

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Study findings suggest less than one quarter of asthmatic adults meet national exercise guidelines and, among this group, obesity may be a greater exercise deterrent actual asthma symptoms.

People with asthma may get caught in a vicious cycle, note Dr. Carol A. Mancuso and colleagues from Weill Cornell Medical College and the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.

"Obesity leads to worse asthma, which can be associated with less exercise, which predisposes to obesity and long-term (worsening) asthma", Mancuso told Reuters Health.

Since the high prevalence of obesity among people with asthma makes the relationship between body mass and exercise particularly important, Mancuso's team assessed exercise habits of 258 patients (75% women) who were 42 years old. The patients had mild-to-moderate asthma for 21 years on average and, in 37%, asthma was well controlled.

Overall, 40% of the patients were obese, 29% were overweight, and 31% were of normal weight, the researchers report.

Their findings, published in Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, show that of the obese group only 25 percent reported any exercise and just 14 percent met national guidelines of 20 to 30 minutes of exercise on 3 to 5 days each week.

By contrast, 46 and 20 percent of overweight asthmatics reported any exercise and meeting guidelines, respectively, while the corresponding percentages for the normal-weight asthmatics were 67 and 33 percent.

After factoring for age, gender, education, and asthma status, Mancuso's group found obesity most consistently and strongly associated with exercise habits. They report no association between short-term control or long-term severity of asthma symptoms and the exercise habits of the study participants.

Partaking in short bouts of different types of exercise may help people with asthma reach current exercise guidelines, the investigators suggest.

Mancuso further recommends physicians and patients "work together to manage obesity, select prudent exercise regimens, and use medications correctly to prevent symptoms induced by exercise."

SOURCE: Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, November 2008

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Dietary Pills / Supplements: Does It Worth It?

In a report published in the journal BMC Medicine, researches have shown that people who have taken dietary pills or supplements, have been shown to have serious long-term effects.

In this study, Charles Dahl from the Central Utah Clinic led a team of researchers who studied the heart condition of 5743 former dietary pills users. He said, "Valve problems were common in individuals exposed to dietary pills, more frequent in females and associated with duration of drug use in all valves assessed".

Heart valves, such as the aortic, mitral and triscupid valves, ensure that your blood flows in the correct direction around the heart. When they fail, blood back-flows (termed regurgitation). If the regurgitation is severe enough, congestive heart failure and/or the need for heart valve surgery may occur. (Imagine how much money u'll be spending & how much time u'll be wasting. this isn't yet included the pain that you're gonna live with after the surgery)

Let's get this straight.

We take a drug that causes this...

Aortic Regurgitation
So that we can eat like this...

And look like this...

Sorry to break the news to y'all, but... 



Do You Want To Live That Way??? The choice is yours to make!!!


Alhamdulillah, HERBALIFE is different~ ;)


It's because HERBALIFE is NOT a dietary supplement! It is a great nutritional food that contains amazing cellular nutrition that important to our body. It helps your body gets the nutrients that your body really needed. by doing that, it also helps you to get your ideal weight, whether to lose weight or to gain weight. How?? because when your body is REALLY healthy and REALLY gets enough nutrition from what you eat, your body itself will get in shape, NATURALLY~ ;)

For things to change, you have to change. For things to get better, you have to get better.

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