Saturday, October 8, 2011


Hyeee.testing2.setelah sekian lama x update nk try2 je nihh :)

Friday, February 18, 2011

alangkah indahnya dunia....

Hujan - Muda

Tamatlah zaman persekolahan
Ku masih dihantui memori
Waktu Kecil waktu yang gemilang
Oh tuhan ku tak mahu pergi

Alangkah indahnya dunia
Bila kita semua
Kelak akan membesar
Alangkah indahnya dunia
Bila kita semua
Akan bersama selamanya

Tak lupa pelbagai peristiwa
Waktu pergi mengaji
Ponteng kerana ku macam tak biasa

Alangkah indahnya dunia
Bila kita semua
Kelak akan membesar
Alangkah indahnya dunia
Bila kita semua
Akan bersama selamanya

Thursday, February 17, 2011

the vital nutrient for body...water.

Water is a basic nutrient that is critical for the human body. It supports the digestion of food, absorption, transportation and use of nutrients, and elimination of toxins and wastes from the body.

Not only is it our most important nutrient but it is also by far the most abundant in our bodies - about two-thirds of the body is water. The brain is about 85 percent water, whereas muscles are 75 percent, and bone is 22 percent. Therefore making sure you are sufficiently hydrated is the one of the best ways to preserve and improve health.

Are You Drinking Enough?

Apart from feeling thirsty, there are many ways the body tells you that you need to take in more fluid. Here are a few signs of dehydration:

* Headaches or dizziness
* Hunger
* Lack of energy / fatigue
* Dry skin and cracked lips
* Loss of concentration
* Dark, strong-smelling urine
* Constipation

The more long-term consequences of not drinking enough water include the increased risk of kidney stones, premature aging, high blood pressure, digestive problems, certain cancers, depression and cognitive decline. Apart from kidney stones, these conditions are not solely caused by a lack of water, but not drinking enough makes them worse. This is because just about every biochemical reaction in the body depends on water.

How Much water Do You Need?

The amount of water required varies from person to person, depending on age, diet and lifestyle. On average, you should aim for about eight glasses of water-based liquid a day. We get about 19 percent of our requirement from the food we eat, with fresh fruit and vegetables containing the most. So the more fruit and vegetables you eat the more water you take in. On the other hand, concentrated foods with a high sugar or protein content increase the need for water to dilute the excess sugars or break down the products for absorption into the bloodstream.

Research has found that the body retains much more water if you drink little and often, rather than having it all in one go. Also, if water is drunk with sugar, which is often the case in sugary drinks, the water is less well retained by the body.

Tips to Drink More Water

* Start the day by drinking a glass of fresh water when you get up in the morning.

* Have a herbal tea or hot water with fresh mint, lemon or ginger.

* If you are not used to drinking water regularly, replace one of your other drinks each day with fresh water, increasing consumption as the weeks go on.

* Keep a check on your urine. It should be plentiful, pale in color and odorless.

cuti-cuti malaysia...

cuti oh cuti...
aku dah mula cuti 29hb jan haritu.dah nak hampir sebulan dah aku bercuti,tapi apa la yang aku dah buat dekat rumah ni,makan,tidur,makan,tidur.bosan betol cuti kali ni,nak jalan duit takde pulak.nasib2,duduk rumah je la naikkan berat badan..haha.bila la nak start class balik nie.dah la result exam xkeluar lagi.cuak2 dengan result exam yang x seberapa..harap2 boleh la kejar balik study bile balik nanti..ameen.ticket balik dah tukar dah.dari 17feb tukar ke 3march.dapat la merasa cuti sebulan kat malaysia xtau nak buat ape la plak.cepat lah balik egypt balik ;)

tips of the day

A diet rich in oily fish could hold the key to preventing blindness among thousands of the elderly, research has found.

The omega-3 group of fatty acids, found in oily fish such as salmon, mackerel and fresh tuna, are associated with helping to protect against the most common form of sight loss among older people, research suggests. High concentrations of omega-3s have been found in the eye's retina, and evidence is mounting that the nutrient may be essential to eye health.

Scientists studying the diets of adults over the age of 65 found those who regularly ate seafood were far less likely to develop age-related macular degeneration, which is caused by the death of cells in the retina.

It gradually causes sufferers to lose their 'central vision', meaning they can no longer see what is directly in front of them, making activities such as reading, writing and driving almost impossible.

Study Details

In the study, American scientists surveyed 2,400 volunteers aged 65 to 84. Those who ate oily fish or shellfish - particularly crab, oysters or mussels - twice a week or more often were far less likely to have AMD, the results revealed.

It is thought that the omega-3s may help protect cells in the retina from damage caused by sunlight, which occurs gradually with age.

The research also backs up earlier studies which showed omega-3s help slow the progression of advanced AMD.

The lead researcher said: "While participants in all groups, including controls, averaged at least one serving of fish or shellfish per week, those who had advanced AMD were significantly less likely to consume high omega-3 fish and seafood."

Omega-3 fatty acids have long been known to play an important role in maintaining a healthy brain and body, and more benefits are constantly emerging about these super-healthy fats, and reasons to include them in your diet.

Friday, April 9, 2010


Hidup ini bagaikan lift yang sedang beroperasi.kadang-kadang kita berada di atas dan kadang-kadang kita berada di bawah.
Kita mudah alpa tentang kesusahan ketika mana dalam keadaan senang namun kita juga mudah meminta-minta kepada Allah Yang Esa pabila kita kesusahan.
Janganlah kita bongkak pada Allah Yang memberikan kesenagan kepada kita kerna ia hanyalah sementara saja.

.Never eat more than you can lift.