Tuesday, July 28, 2015


10 Signs You May Have a Vitamin D Deficiency ..............

The good news is exposure to sunlight can make up the difference that your diet alone doesn’t provide.
It is important to note that sunscreen will prevent your skin from absorbing Vitamin D from the sun and this is just one reason the Vitamin D deficiency rates are climbing.
A vitamin D deficiency is often misdiagnosed because its symptoms can mimic other ailments. It is important to become aware of what may lead to a vitamin D deficiency so you can ask the right questions of your wellness provider.

Here are 10 signs you may have a vitamin D deficiency.

1. You are overweight.

Your body fat collects vitamin D, so your body can process it into its usable form. The more fat you carry, the more vitamin D you will need.

2. You have high muscle mass and low body fat.

Similar to being overweight, too little body fat hinders your body’s ability to collect the necessary amounts of vitamin D, this time because you don’t have an adequate body fat supply.

3. You have dark skin.

The pigment in your skin acts as a natural sunscreen preventing your body from absorbing vitamin D from the sun. The darker the skin, the more pigment in the skin which means more time in the sun is needed to produce adequate levels of Vitamin D.

4. You’re over 50.

As you get your older your skin doesn’t produce as much vitamin D from exposure to the sun and your kidneys are not as efficient in converting it for use in the body.

5. You are experiencing aches and pains.

A vitamin D deficiency works against calcium getting to your skeletal system and as such might be the cause of some of your common aches and pains.

6. You sweat excessively from your head.

A sweaty head is often one of the first and classic signs of a vitamin D deficiency.

7. You live in a geographic location with long periods of darkness.

If you live in the extreme north or south, and there are long periods without sunlight or your exposure to the sun is limited, be aware that your vitamin D levels may be suffering. This might also be one explanation for the prevalence of certain conditions in certain geographic regions.

8. You are experiencing a decrease in mood.

study stated that exposure to the sun and bright lights have a direct correlation to elevated mood levels. It found that the participants with the lowest levels of vitamin D were eleven times more likely to show signs of depression.

9. You suffer from digestive problems.

Digestive problems can affect your body’s ability to absorb fat that directly impacts your levels of fat-soluble vitamins such as vitamin D.

10. You are never outside without sunscreen.

There is a conflict with many regarding sunscreen and vitamin D. Should you expose your skin to the sun or use sunscreen which will prevent vitamin D absorption?
There are studies that support the use of sunscreen and studies that support the need for some skin exposure to the sun. For the purpose of this article, just know that always using sunscreen while outside may actually lead to a vitamin D deficiency.

A vitamin D deficiency might be common but it is relatively easy to get under control. Just know that more vitamin D is not always better. Higher than recommended vitamin D levels do not show any benefits and, in fact, can lead to premature hardening of the arteries.
The best course of action, if vitamin D is a concern, is to consult your wellness provider. Becoming aware of your vitamin D levels is important and will help you devise a nutrition plan that will support your overall health goals.

Here Is What You Need To Check Next Time You Buy Bottled Water ... IMPORTANT !

When buying bottled water, you must check the bottom of the bottle, in order to protect your health and environment. At the bottom of every plastic bottles and containers there are recycling symbols. These symbols are used to identify the type of plastic and recyclability of the product. The symbol is a number, ranging from 1 to 7, within a triangle. Using this recycling symbols, you can identify the safety of the plastic. There are several types of plastics – some being safer than others. Plastic bottles that are marked with the numbers 2, 4 and 5 are the safer choices.

Below are 7 common recycling symbols and their meanings:

Number 1 Plastics — PET or PETE (polyethylene terephthalate)
It is most commonly used plastic found in water bottles and soft drinks bottles. This type of plastic is intended for one time use. PETE plastic should not be reused because cleaning detergents and high temperatures can cause chemicals to leach out of the plastic into the water. These chemicals can have a significant effect on our health. Recycling rates of this plastic is relatively low (around 20 percent).

Number 2 Plastics — HDPE (high density polyethylene)
High-density polyethylene (HDPE) is a polyethylene thermoplastic made from petroleum. HDPE is hard, opaque and can remain unaffected by high temperatures. This plastic practically releases no chemicals, therefore no health concerns for consumers. These bottles are highly recommended by experts when buying bottled water. HDPE plastics also have one of the highest recycling rates.

 Number 3 Plastics — V (Vinyl) or PVC
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a thermoplastic polymer. These type plastic is commonly found in window cleaner and detergent bottles, shampoo bottles, cooking oil bottles. Plastic bottles labeled with 3V or PVC is highly hazardous and should be avoided. It discharges 2 toxic chemicals that influence the hormones in body. These type of plastics are rarely recycled.

Number 4 Plastics — LDPE (low density polyethylene)
Low-density polyethylene (LDPE) is a thermoplastic made from petroleum. It can be found translucent or opaque. It is commonly found in squeezable bottles. These plastics does not release any substances or chemicals harmful for our health. Recycling rates of this plastic is low.

Number 5 Plastics — PP (polypropylene)
Polypropylene (PP) is a thermoplastic polymer. It is strong, tough, has a high heat resistance and low moisture intake. It is regarded as one of the “safest” plastics produced today. PP is generally found in squeezable bottles, syrup bottles, ketchup bottles, bottle caps, straws and medicine bottles. This plastic is gradually becoming more accepted by recyclers.

Number 6 Plastics — PS (polystyrene)
Polystyrene (PS) is a petroleum-based plastic. Polystyrene is widely used in packaging materials and insulation. It is commonly found in disposable plates and cups, egg cartons, carry-out containers, aspirin bottles, compact disc cases. This type of plastic is difficult to recycle and also been shown to release dangerous toxins over time into anything packaged in it.

Number 7 Plastics — PC (Polycarbonate) or non-labeled plastic
It is the most dangerous plastic in the food production which releases BPA chemicals and it is often used in the production of 3-5 gallon water bottles and food containers. This plastics have traditionally not been recycled.




1. Roti – Gardenia (Syed Mokhtar Bukhary)
2. Minyak Masak -Tiara (FGV-FELDA)
– ALIF (Sime Darby)
3. Susu Pekat Manis – SAJI (FGV-FELDA)
– ALIF (Sime Darby)
4. Susu Cair – Saji (FGV-FELDA)
5. Mee Segera – SajiMee Saji (FGV-FELDA)
6. Beras – FAEZA
– Langsat Biru (JUARA SELERA –SG ACEH)
– Langsat Hijau (JUARA SELERA)
– Juara Selera
7. Garam – HALAGEL (garam bukit)
8. Kicap Masin/Manis – Kipas Udang
– Tamin
– ALIF (Sime Darby)
– Rohaya
– JALEN (Johor)
9. Sos Cili/Tomato/Tiram – ZUZA (Kedah)
– Rohaya
– Pelangi (FELDA)
10. Cuka Buatan – Mudim
– Rohaya
11. Tepung Gandum – FAEZA
12. Tepung Perasa/ Goreng – ADABI (tepun ayam)
– ADABI (tepung Cucur Ikan Bilis, jagung, udang)
13. Rempah Masak – ADABI, Brahim’s, FAEZA, AGROMAS, Imans
14. Kunyit – AGROMAS
15. Jagung Tin manis – ADABI
16. Pasta spaghetti – ADABI
17. Santan Paket – ALIF (Sime darby)
18. Taucu – JALEN, Tamin
19. Jus Pekat Buah2an – Tamin
20. Perasa Ros Sirap – Rohaya, Tamin
21. Mayonis -Mayo Saji (FELDA)
22. Marjerin – Pelangi Delima Oil(FELDA)
23. Sos Tomato Pelangi (FELDA)
24. Jem – Peanut SunBear (FELDA)
– Jem Strwaberry – AGROMAS
25. Kopi 3-in-1 – ADABI-Tongkat Ali Cordyceps (5-in-1)
i. -Kopi HANG TUAH (2-in1, 2-in-1)
26. Biskut Coklat – GOODKISS (Noraini’s Cookies)
27. Frozen Daging Burger/ Nugget – RAMLY, NAFAS, AYAMAS
28. Sardin Agromas
29. Sardin Pertima
30. Bihun Sufi
31. Mi Kuning Sufi
32. Kuey Teow Sufi
33. Garam Sufi
34. Sos Lada Hitam Sufi
35. Sos Cili/Tomato Sufi
36. Kicap Masin/Manis Sufi
37. Tepung Goreng Sufi
38. Minyak Masak Sufi
39. Telur Cap Sufi
40. Ubat gigi Najwa
41. Ubat gigi Halagel
42. Tepung gandum Cap Bidara
43. Jus minuman Safina
44. Syampoo D’herbs
45. Bihun Kampung
46. Rempah- Imans
47. Rempah-Brahim’s
48. Bihun- FAEZA
49. Jeruk Buah2an- jenama PAK ALI
50. Kedai Kasut Sukan – ALIKHSAN
51. Kuah Rojak/Garam Belacan – ZUZA, PAK ALI, FAMA
52.Alatulis jenama k’didi


Monday, July 27, 2015

GLORY BEACH RESORT PORT DICKSON.......................

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At Glory Beach Resort, you'll find a variety of exceptional accommodations - from 288 units of luxuriously appointed 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartment, Business Class and Penthouse commands spectacular view of the sea and pool view.
Whether you stay for a week or a weekend, we have comfortable, richly appointed accommodation to help you feel right at home.
Discover the pinnacles of luxury. Our beautiful penthouse offer spectacular views - both inside and out, an island right in front of our beach line and the spectacular city of Port Dickson at night.
Ceiling Fan
Separate living and dining area
Tea & Coffee making facilities
Micro wave oven & Satellite channels for Business Class & Penthouse units only*

Valid for Malaysian and Overseas market alike
Valid until 31 March 2012

RM nett per Suite per night
Peak Period
Super Peak Period
Two Bedroom Apartment
Three Bedroom Apartment
Three Bedroom Business Class
Penthouse Standard
Penthouse Deluxe
Extra Bed
RM 30.00 nett per bed per night without breakfast
Rates Includes :
Rates are quoted inclusive breakfast as shown above.
Terms and condition apply.

Terms & Conditions :

All rates are quoted nett in Malaysian Ringgit and are inclusive of 10% service charges and 6% government tax.
Rates are quoted per suite per night basis.
Rates are quoted with breakfast as shown above.
Rates for Weekdays are meant for checking in on Sundays through to Thursdays.
Rates for Peak Period are meant for Weekends checking in on Fridays and Saturdays and during Peak Period as shown below.
Rates for Super Peak Period are meant for Super Peak Period dates as shown below.
Extra Bed is chargeable at RM 30.00 nett per bed per night without breakfast.
Check Out Time : 12.00 noon
Check In Time : 2.00 pm
Extended check-out during Peak Period :
- Up to 6pm - 50% of published rate imposed
- After 6pm - one day's rate imposed
Children aged 12 years and below occupying the same room as parents stay free of charge.
Rates are applicable to Local and Overseas market alike.
All rates are subject to change without prior notice
Payment shall be made in Malaysian Ringgit.
Prior room reservation is required and is subject to room availability.
Room Reservations are to be guaranteed with an acceptable Credit Card, or a one night’s charges for the total room reserved to be deposited into the resort’s bank account which shall be advised during the confirmation stages.
We accept most major credit card –Visa and Mastercard.
Baby cot is free of charge.


Low Period:
Cancellations notice are required at least 4 days before the scheduled check in date, otherwise one night/package charges for the total rooms/packages reserved shall be charged to the guest

Peak / Super Peak Period :
Cancellations notice are required at least 8 days before the scheduled check in date, otherwise one night/package charges for the total rooms/packages reserved shall be charged to the guest

Last Minute Booking:
Booking made within 4 days prior to check in date are non-refundable and non-transferable. A one night/package charges for the total rooms/packages reserved shall be charged to the guest

In the event of NO SHOW, a full length of the total rooms/packages reserved shall be charged to the guest

Additional Bed :
RM 30.00 nett per bed per night
Additional Breakfast Adult : RM 15.00 nett per adult
Additional Breakfast Child : RM 10.00 nett per child
(Children below 3 years old : Free of Charge)
Baby Cot : Free Of Charge
Lunch & Dinner : RM25.00 nett per adult.
Lunch & Dinner : RM15.00 nett per child.

Extra Bed : RM 30.00 nett per bed per night without breakfast.

07, 08, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 & 29 January 2011
11, 12, 18, 19, 25 & 26 February 2011
12 to 20, 25 & 26 March 2011
01, 02, 08, 09, 15, 16 & 29 April 2011
01, 06, 07, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27 to 31 May 2011
01 to 12, 17, 18, 24 & 25 June 2011
01, 02, 08, 09, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29 & 30 July 2011
05, 06, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27, 28 & 29 August 2011
01, 02, 03, 04, 09, 10, 23, 24 & 30 September 2011
01, 07, 08, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 & 29 October 2011
04, 05, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25 & 26 November 2011
02, 03, 09, 10, 16, 17, 23 & 30 December 2011
** For Peak Period of Year 2012, date to be determine. **
01 January 2011
03 to 05 February 2011
22, 23 & 30 April 2011
04 June 2011
30 & 31 August 2011
16 & 17 September 2011
25 & 26 October 2011
24, 25 & 31 December 2011

** For Super Peak Period of Year 2012, date to be determine **

Two Bedroom Apartment – 4 adults with 1 extra bed
Three Bedroom Apartment – 6 adults with 1 extra bed
Three Bedroom Business Class – 6 adults with 1 extra bed
Penthouse Standard – 6 adults with 1 extra bed
Penthouse Deluxe – 7 adults with 1 extra bed


HEALTH TIPS ..........

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Homemade Rempah Kabsa ..........


Bahan - bahan:
  1 sudu makan bunga cengkih **  
1 sudu makan lada hitam **
  1 sudu makan jintan manis **
  1 sudu makan jintan putih **
  2 sudu makan biji ketumbar **
  1 sudu makan buah pelaga **
  1 sudu buah pelaga hitam (black cardamom pods) **
  1 sudu makan serbuk cili
  1 sudu teh kunyit

Cara penyediaan:
1. Goreng tanpa minyak bahan2 yg bertanda ** sehingga naik bau dan angkat. 2. Kemudian kisar semua bahan sehingga hancur. 3. Simpan rempah yg telah dikisar didalam bekas yg kedap udara.
Jika tiada buah pelaga hitam, boleh gantikan dgn buah pelaga biasa. Serbuk rempah ini boleh juga digunakan pada semua masakan ala arab termasuklah ayam dan daging.


Rempah kabsa yang telah siap dikisar

Friday, July 3, 2015

AIR KATHIRA .............


2 kotak besar Dutch Lady fresh milk
1 genggam kathira @ getah anggur
2 cawan gula pasir
4 helai daun pandan wangi
1 botol 1.25 lt F&N Cream Soda
15 biji buah kembang semangkuk
1 genggam selasih kasar
7 biji kurma
1 genggam kismis kuning ~~~

Cara-cara buat Air Kathira 
 1. Rendam getah anggur dengan air yang banyak semalaman. Buang kotoran dan tapis.
2. Masak gula pasir dengan 3 cawan air dan daun pandan. Tambah pewarna hijau dalamnya. Sejukkan.
3. Rendam buah kembang semangkuk 3 jam dan bersihkan buang selaputnya dan toskan.
4. Rendam biji selasih sampai kembang dan toskan.
5. Buang kulit kurma dan cincang isinya.
6. Cuci bersih kismis kuning dan toskan. ~~~

Cara-cara yang betul mengadun Air Kathira :
1. Dalam 1 bekas besar (muatan 5 lt (besen) ) masukkan 2 jug ais.
2. Masukkan sirap pandan hijau yang dah sejuk. Kacau.
3. Masukkan F&N Ice Cream Soda 3/4 botol dan kacau lama rata-rata.
4. Baru boleh masukkan Dutch Lady fresh milk dan kacau rata.
5. Masukkan semua bahan lain dan boleh hidangkan.


Cara2 nye utk 1 jug besar (4liter):

-1/2 tin buah2an cmpuran (msuk sekali air buah)
-1/2 tin laici (msuk sekali air buah)
-1/2 pack cincau(ptong halus)
-3 sudu biji selasih(rendam smpai kembang)
-1/2 cwn kordial barli
-1/2 tin susu cair
-nata d coco sesuka ati...klu suke letk bnyk2...
-------Cmpur sume dlm jug n kacau smpi sekata...
------masuk kn air smpai paras y ssuai sblm cmpur ais...
Cmpur 1 cawan air aiskrim soda...
Cmpur susu pekat ikut kemanisan y korang suke...
Cmpur pewarna hijau smpai kaler jdik ijau mcm dlm gambo ak tuh..
Last letak ais....
Sedia dihidang...

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Biskut Arab Susu .........

2 cwn Susu tepung ( biasa guna susu nespray)
2 cwn minyk sapi-(tak perlu di cairkan dulu)
sedikit garam
7 cwn tepung gandum(di ayak)
ceri merah secukupnya-potong kecil2
** Gula aising ( utk gaul biskut bila dah masak sahaja)

Campurkan susu tepung+minyak sapi+sedikit garam, gaul sebati
Masukkan tepung sedikit demi sedikit sehingga adunan menjadi doh.
Bentukkan doh menjadi bulat2 kecil, hias dgn ceri dan bakar hingga masak ( 15-20min) pada suhu 180 C.
Bila dah masak, sejukkan sebentar dan gaul dengan gula aising