Saya juga seperti anda mengalami masalah kegemukan, dan sentiasa berusaha untuk kurus..bertahun2 saya cuba kurangkan berat badan, tapi tak berjaya. impian saya untuk kurus telah menjadi kenyataan bila terjumpa "Diet Atkins". cubaan pertama saya selama
Seminggu turun 5 kg
menguatkan lagi semangat saya untuk teruskan diet ini. 2 bulan pertama saya berjaya membuang 22kg, & lagi 8kg utk 2 bulan berikutnya.hasilnya 30kg selama 4 bulan.

Saya kongsi caranya disini -- Diet Atkins -- ,& buktinya --Sebelum & Selepas-- oleh kerana saya tidak berkesempatan untuk menjawab soalan,
saya telah menubuhkan -- Kelab Diet Atkins (KDA) Malaysia-- untuk kita semua berkongsi ilmu disana, anda boleh request sebagai ahli. Segalanya percuma.

Rabu, 5 Februari 2014

5 sebab perlu makan telur


Long demonized the egg is now recognized for its nutritional value. Here are 5 good reasons to consume.

The egg is good for health. We must eat a whole because the yellow provides 90% of calcium and iron in it and white, almost half of its proteins. If you banned from your diet, here are five arguments that should make you change your mind.


1. Eggs are rich in vitamins

A small egg contains various vitamins essential to health:

• The B2 (riboflavin), which helps the body convert food into energy

• The B12 (cobalamin), essential for the production of red blood cells

• Vitamin A (retinol), essential for vision

• Vitamin E (tocopherol), which fights free radicals that cause damage to cells and tissues, a potential cause of cancer.

Vitamins A and B2 are also involved in the growth, so make sure that your children regularly eat eggs.

2. The egg can help you lose weight

Amazing, right? How many times we were told that eggs were fattening or were bad for health? However, the results of a study conducted by the Rochester Center for Obesity Research indicates that eating eggs at breakfast can help you reduce your daily calorie intake by 400 calories. This means that you could lose 1.3 kg or more per month. This is probably because the eggs contribute to the feeling of satiety, so you are less likely to succumb to the temptation of a rich snack midmorning or stuff yourself at dinner. That's right, the egg contains cholesterol, but it is dietary cholesterol, which differs completely from the blood cholesterol produced by the body. However, despite the warnings of the past, there is no evidence to the effect that the egg would increase blood cholesterol.

3. The egg is rich in essential minerals

 Particularly iron, zinc and phosphorus, minerals that the body absolutely needs. Women need first to compensate for losses due to menstruation, otherwise, they experience fatigue or exhaustion, and are irritable. As zinc is an essential element for a healthy immune system and help the body to convert food into energy available. Finally, phosphorus plays a vital role in the health of bones and teeth.

In addition, the egg contains trace elements (that is to say that the body needs in small doses), including iodine, which is vital for thyroid hormones and selenium, an antioxidant which is involved in protection against cancer.

4. Eggs are low in calories

An average egg provides 70 to 85 calories and 6.5 grams of protein. Three eggs (210-255 calories) therefore provide 19.5 grams of protein. On average, a woman needs 50 grams of protein per day, which means that three eggs fill almost half of its daily needs. (Protein requirements vary depending on weight and activity level, consult your doctor about your own.)

An omelet of three eggs or three eggs scrambled or poached accompanied by a slice of toasted bread enough to fill your appetite for many hours.

5. The egg: an ally in the fight against breast cancer

The results of a study conducted at Harvard University in 2003 indicate that the consumption of three eggs per day during adolescence may help prevent breast cancer breast cancer in adulthood. In another 2005 study, researchers found that the risk of developing breast cancer was 44% lower in women who consumed at least six eggs per week compared with those who consumed two or less .

In April 2008, researchers from the University of North Carolina found that choline (an ingredient in yellow) could be reduced by 24% the risk of developing breast cancer. The yolk of an egg contains 125.5 mg, or about a quarter of the recommended daily intake. Eating two poached eggs for breakfast, so it fills half of its daily requirement of choline.

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