AWAS! Golden Churn Creamery Butter keluaran New Zealand mengandungi DNA babi

Untuk makluman dan perhatian semua umat Islam. Berhati-hati semasa membeli belah bahan makanan di pasaraya…. pastikan butter (mentega) yang dibeli adalah halal, bukannya mentega seperti di bawah ini….

Dipanjangkan Memo Makluman daripada Bahagian Penyelidikan, Jabatan Agama Johor yang mendapati mentega jenama Golden Churn Creamery Butter keluaran New Zealand mengandungi DNA babi….

Sumber: Chef Amer

Hadis Qudsi – 36 ~ Kufur percaya ramalan bintang

Berkata Ibnu Mas’ud r.a. bahawasanya Nabi SAW telah bersabda: Allah Taala telah berfirman:

“Sesungguhnya orang yang berkata, bahawasanya kami telah dituruni hujan oleh bintang si anu dan bintang si anu, nescaya ia telah mengkufuri Aku dan mempercayai bintang itu. Dan sesungguhnya orang yang berkata bahawasanya Allah Taalalah yang telah menurunkan hujan, maka ia telah mempercayai-Ku dan mengkufuri bintang itu.” (Riwayat At-Thabrani)

Mengurangkan tekanan darah secara semulajadi

Tekanan darah yang tinggi di kalangan pesakit hipertensi (penyakit darah tinggi) boleh dikurangkan dengan menggunakan kaedah semulajadi. Kaedah ini mungkin lebih sesuai bagi mereka yang baru mengalami tekanan darah tinggi atau mereka yang mempunyai tekanan darah yang belum mencapai peringkat serius. Kaedah ini boleh dijadikan rawatan alternatif kepada pesakit darah tinggi yang belum teruk.

Secara ringkasnya, sebelum menggunakan rawatan semulajadi ini, penyebab kepada darah tinggi perlulah diketahui oleh seseorang pesakit. Pada umumnya, 3 kaedah yang telah dikenalpasti ialah dengan pengambilan vitamin K2 (menaquinone), ekstrak grapeseed, dan ekstrak blueberry. Selain itu, pengambilan bawang putih, sama ada dalam bentuk pil, gel atau mentah serta omega-3 juga boleh membantu mengurangkan tekanan darah, di samping menguatkan sistem pertahanan badan daripada serangan patogen pembawa penyakit.

Untuk perincian kaedah, lihat artikel yang dipanjangkan di bawah ini….

Decrease Your Blood Pressure Naturally

By Dr. Michael Cutler
May 27, 2011 – Posted in: Alternative Medicine, Easy Health Options Digest, Heart Concerns

Unhealthy blood pressure is a silent killer that can lead to heart and brain problems, cholesterol issues, kidney troubles and blood sugar imbalances. Happily, natural vitamins and nutrients can help combat these serious threats to your blood pressure health.

Amazingly, more than 23 million people struggle with blood pressure problems despite exercising regularly, maintaining a healthy diet and taking multiple prescription medicines.

Why does a person’s blood pressure spiral out of control? Three culprits are often overlooked:

Calcium buildup in the arteries,
Inadequate amounts of nitric oxide (NO2),
Presence of the enzyme angiotensin II.

Calcium plaque deposits in the blood vessels may cause blood pressure to rise. The diameter of veins and arteries affects the amount of pressure blood must exert to pass through. A larger opening requires less pressure. But when blood vessels become lined with layers of calcium deposits, blood has to squeeze through narrowed pathways and blood pressure soars.

Unbalanced levels of NO2, which is naturally produced in your body from arginine (an amino acid) and oxygen, may also cause blood pressure to increase. The gaseous molecule signals the blood vessels to relax and open up to allow blood to easily pass through. The widening of the blood vessels — called vasodilation — increases blood flow, decreases blood pressure and helps keep blood platelets from sticking together.

Lastly, blood vessel constriction and water retention caused by the angiotensin II enzyme may cause blood pressure to rise. When the blood vessels constrict, blood must try to squeeze through, which can damage the lining and turn your arteries hard and stiff. Plus, this enzyme can also raise your sodium levels, resulting in water retention and elevated blood pressure.

Natural vitamins and nutrients can support the body’s efforts to eliminate these serious threats to your blood pressure health:

Vitamin K2 — also known as menaquinone — helps remove unwanted calcium from blood vessels and delivers it to bones, where it’s needed.

Grapeseed extract causes blood vessels to relax by greatly affecting the body’s production of NO2, as well as helping prevent calcium from entering into the muscle cells of the heart and arteries.

Blueberry extract helps stop production of angiotensin II with natural angiotensin – converting enzyme (ACE) – inhibiting properties. It also contains polyphenols that fight inflammation which can weaken and damage blood vessels.

With these all-natural methods, you can effectively manage your blood pressure and help protect your cardiovascular system. You’ll be glad you did: A balanced blood pressure and healthy heart provide a solid foundation for a healthy life.

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Kenikmatan di sebalik bencana

“Banyak kenikmatan yang tersembunyi di antara taring-taring bencana. Banyak kegembiraan yang menghadap arah di mana beberapa musibah menanti. Bersabarlah atas ujian-ujian yang menimpamu kerana segala sesuatu ada sebabnya. Setiap kesusahan itu ada kegembiraannya. Setiap yang murni ada campurannya.”
~ Imam al-Ghazali dalam “Mukasyafah al-Qulub”.

Hadis – 53 ~ Ujian bagi ahli syurga

“Maksud Hadis Nabi SAW: “Setelah seseorang itu tercatat namanya di Syurga dan dia tidak berupaya mencapainya melalui ibadah, maka Allah SWT mendatangkan ujian yang dengannya dia bersabar maka kekallah namanya sebagai ahli Syurga.” (HR At Tabrani)

Kesan kurang zat besi ibu kepada bayi dalam kandungan

Kajian terkini menunjukkan bahawa ibu hamil yang mendapat anemia disebabkan kekurangan zat besi (ferum) mempunyai risiko besar melahirkan anak yang akan mendapat penyakit pernafasan, iaitu asthma semasa peringkat bayi dan kanak-kanak, dan mungkin akan kekal sehingga dewasa. Oleh itu, ibu hamil perlu mendapatkan sumber zat besi (ferum) yang cukup sama ada melalui makanan yang kaya dengan zat besi atau perlu mengambil suplemen zat besi, vitamin dan mineral lain.

Perincian tentang perkara ini dipanjangkan dalam artikel berikut….

Mom’s Low Iron Levels Can Affect Her Baby’s Lungs

By Emily Main, Rodale.com
Thu, May 12, 2011

Anemia caused by iron deficiency is one of the most common complications of pregnancy, with 9.3 percent of moms suffering from the disorder. But it’s not just the mother who’s affected by it. According to a new study published in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, being anemic during pregnancy can lead to asthmatic babies.

The details: The authors interviewed 597 mothers who had taken part in studies related to asthma in pregnancy and early childhood. Some of the mothers had no history of asthma, while others either had asthma themselves or had children who developed asthma early in childhood. Using interview data and medical records from the women’s pregnancies, the authors compared anemia rates with childhood asthma rates and found that anemia during pregnancy led to a threefold increase in early-onset wheezing, a respiratory problem that develops at age 1 or 2 and leads to a 50 percent chance that a child will develop asthma by age 6.

In total, 12 percent of the mothers in the study were anemic during pregnancy, mostly due to iron deficiency (as opposed to other causes of anemia, such as vitamin B12 deficiency or the destruction of red blood cells, known as hemolytic anemia). Among their children, 22 percent were wheezing by age 1 and 17 percent were diagnosed with asthma by age 6. Mothers who had asthma themselves who were also anemic during pregnancy saw as much as a fourfold increase in the risk their children would develop wheezing or asthma.

How a mother’s stress can affect the later healthof her baby.

What it means: It’s not entirely clear what it is about iron-deficiency anemia that affects a chid’s respiratory development, says Elizabeth Triche, PhD, assistant professor of epidemiology at Brown University and the study’s lead author. “We know that oxygen is needed to develop the airways appropriately,” she says, adding that adequate blood iron levels are needed to carry oxygen from the mother to the fetus. She cites a study from 2004 that found results similar to hers, in which mothers with low iron typically had children with wheezing levels.

However, she says, “it could be that iron deficiency is just a marker for other nutritional deficits.” Prior studies have found that maternal deficiencies of selenium, vitamin D, vitamin C, zinc, vitamin E, and folic acid can contribute to respiratory development problems in infants.

With so much conflicting advice around, should women drink during pregnancy?

Protecting your baby’s lungs during pregnancy starts with a healthy diet, and with a few other healthy behaviors:

If you have asthma, take care of it.

Whether you’re iron deficient or not, having asthma during pregnancy can put you at risk for high blood pressure, premature birth, and birth defects, found a study published in the 2009 New England Journal of Medicine. So make sure you and your doctor have a good conversation about ways, both medical and nonmedical, to keep it under control for those nine months. Many pregnant women believe they have their asthma under control when they really don’t, the 2009 study found.

Ditch the fast food.

That should be a no-brainer when you’re pregnant—you don’t want your baby being exposed to the pesticides and genetically modified ingredients found in junk. But eating a whole-foods diet can boost your iron levels, too. “Diets clearly have been changing negatively in respect to iron over the past 20 years,” Triche says, pegging iron deficiency to diets that rely heavily on junk food. And, according to a study published last year, a healthy pregnancy diet also wards off allergies and eczema in children.

Eat an iron-rich diet.

“You should certainly always try to get as much iron as possible from whole foods,” Triche says.

If you need recipe ideas, search the Rodale Recipe Finder for Anemia Recipes.

“But many women can’t get enough from their diets,” Triche adds, so ask your OB-GYN for suggestions about prenatal vitamins you can take. The supplements also help prevent deficiencies in some of the other vitamins and minerals that can affect your baby’s lungs.

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Today’s Quote – 197

“Let others lead small lives, but not you. Let others argue over small things, but not you. Let others cry over small hurts, but not you. Let others leave their future in someone else’s hands, but not you.” ~ Jim Rohn

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