T.A.P.A.I.

 

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di saat stress melanda…

assenmen menimbun…

c++ menyeksa…

tingat T.A.P.A.I.

 tingat plak time rebut2 ng munzir, mosen,syaza…

mak mmg geleng paler jek….getik..ㅎㅎ

makanan ni mana de kt seoul…

cane nih…

yasmin reti wat x??

nk request  bleh?

 

top 10 happy foods

[got diz from yahoo article..well..donno how true they are but..make sense stil..] 

Eating for a better mood boils down to this; control your blood sugars by eating every 4 to 5 hours throughout the day, eat a diet rich in soluble fiber, and incorporate foods rich in omega 3 fats, folic acid, B12 and Vitamin D – four nutrients that researchers have found to be mood lifting.

The following are Top Ten Happy Foods – bon apetit!

1. Wild salmon (rich in omega 3 fats and vitamin D)

2. Spinach – (rich in folic acid and soluble fiber)

3. Skim milk – (rich in Vitamin D and B12)

4. Ground flaxseeds (rich soluble fiber, omega 3 fats and folic acid)

5. Blackberries (rich in soluble fiber and folic acid)

6. Omega 3 fortified eggs – (rich in omega 3 fats, Vitamin D and B12)

7. Sardines ( rich in omega 3 fats and Vitamin D)

8. Soybeans – (rich in soluble fiber, folic acid and omega 3 fats)

9. Beans (rich in soluble fiber and folic acid)

10. Brussels sprouts (soluble fiber and folic acid)

Plus an extra for good luck!

11. Sunflower seeds – (rich in soluble fiber and folic acid)

shud be grateful .. mesin SFTIR

Mesin SFTIR kesan bahan tidak halal dalam makanan

GOMBAK 25 April – Seorang pensyarah Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia (UIAM) berjaya mencipta sejenis mesin canggih yang mampu mengesan kandungan produk makanan yang bercampur bahan tidak halal dengan segera.

Mesin yang dinamakan Spektroskop Inframerah Pengubah Fourier (SFTIR) itu mampu mengesan kandungan lemak babi, gelatin dan alkohol dalam tempoh kurang seminit.

Dr. Irwandi Jaswir dari Bahagian Program Bioteknologi Kuliah Sains UIAM berkata, mesin itu juga mampu mengesan kosmetik yang diperbuat daripada bahan tidak halal.

Mesin tersebut berjaya memenangi pingat emas pada Pameran Antarabangsa Reka Cipta Teknik Baru dan Produk Ke-34 di Geneva, Switzerland baru-baru ini.

“Mesin ini mampu menjimatkan masa dan menawarkan perkhidmatan yang cepat dan konsisten,” katanya.

Beliau menyatakan demikian kepada pemberita selepas majlis meraikan empat orang penyelidik universiti itu yang memenangi pingat pada pameran berkenaan, di sini semalam.

Mereka ialah Profesor Dr. Abdul El-Aziem Farouk Gad, Profesor Dr. Mohamed Ismail Abdul Karim, Dr. Irwandi Jaswir dan Profesor Dr. Mohd. Zahangir Alam.

Menjelaskan lebih lanjut, beliau berkata, mesin itu boleh digunakan terhadap sampel sama ada berbentuk cecair dan pepejal.

Untuk menggunakannya, beliau berkata, sampel ujian perlu dimasukkan ke dalam mesin itu dan cahaya infra merah akan mengesan mana-mana sampel yang mengandungi bahan tidak halal.

facts about pumpkin

1. Pumpkin seeds can be roasted as a snack.
2. Pumpkins contain potassium and Vitamin A.
3. Pumpkins are used for feed for animals.
4. Pumpkin flowers are edible.
5. Pumpkins are used to make soups, pies and breads.
6. The largest pumpkin pie ever made was over five feet
in diameter and weighed over 350 pounds. It used 80
pounds of cooked pumpkin, 36 pounds of sugar, 12 dozen
eggs and took six hours to bake.
7. Pumpkins are members of the vine crops family called
cucurbits.
8. Pumpkins originated in Central America.
9. In early colonial times, pumpkins were used as an
ingredient for the crust of pies, not the filling.
10. Pumpkins were once recommended for removing freckles
and curing snake bites.
11. Pumpkins range in size from less than a pound to over
1,000 pounds.
12. The largest pumpkin ever grown weighed 1,140 pounds.
The name pumpkin orginated from "pepon" the Greek
word for "large melon."
13. The Connecticut field variety is the traditional
American pumpkin.
14. Pumpkins are 90 percent water.
15. Pumpkins are fruit.
16. Eighty percent of the pumpkin supply in the United
States is available in October.
17. In colonial times, Native Americans roasted long
strips of pumpkin in an open fire.
18. Colonists sliced off pumpkin tips; removed seeds and
filled the insides with milk, spices and honey. This
was baked in hot ashes and is the origin of pumpkin
pie.
19. Native Americans flattened strips of pumpkins, dried
them and made mats.
20. Native Americans called pumpkins "isqoutm squash."
21. Native Americans used pumpkin seeds for food and
medicine.

Facts supplied by University of Illinois Extension