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Monday, February 28, 2011

Result Larian Bangi Perdana 2011

Flag-off of 7km

Remarkable performance by Chen (PM8) finish 3rd in Men Junior Vet

Finish 2nd in men senior vet 28min 35sec.

Date: 27 Feb 2011
Time: 8am
Venue: PKNS Bangi
Distance: Men Open 10km and Veteran 7km

Junior Veteran 7km
1st Ong Chin - 26.22
2nd Casey Lim - 26.24
3rd Chen Keat Hoong - 28.21
4th Selamat bin Abu - 28.25
5th Moey Wooi San - 28.38
6th Silahudin - 29.14
7th Zul Azlan - 29.59
8th Loh Meng Choon - 30.07
9th Rusli - 30.22
10th Alam Shah - 30.26

Senior Veteran 7km
1st Khor Ngee Leong - 26.40
2nd Wong Weng Seng - 28.35
3nd Tan Wah Sing - 29.23
4th Mohd Yasan - 29.47
5th C Krishnan - 30.00
6th Tang Chee Choon - 30.06
7th Tee Teck Bee - 30.15
8th Mohd Sowoto - 30.27
9th Raja Armugam - 31.03
10th Mayelvahanam - 32.04

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

The important of Enzymes

In my life, I have met three people who have cured themselves from cancer by eating everything raw. One of them had been given only six months to live, but thirty years later he was still around and had not been sick again since changing his food habits. At the time I met those people, I did not know that much about food, but now I know that their cure is largely related to the presence of enzymes in raw food. It is the lack of enzymes in processed and cooked foods that burdens our bodies and causes a variety of health problems. This article is an introduction to this very important health issue.

Enzymes are the key to life. No enzymes, no life. We destroy all the digestive enzymes in our food by cooking and baking, and thus the body has to draw the necessary enzymes to digest this dead food from the body organs which in turn become unbalanced. Heating food to 48°C for more than 15 minutes destroyed all the enzymes. Obviously then, heating foods at higher temperatures for shorter periods also destroys enzymes. All processed foods are also void of enzymes. Research has shown that this might be a cause of a lot of degenerative diseases. Fortunately eating raw fruit and vegetables can help to restore our health.

Health Issues
Enzymes are extremely important to our health. When enzymes are short in supply, or become inactive, the body will suffer. As the body is built from the food we eat, paying attention to what we eat is one of the most important things we can do. Unfortunately we do not eat what our instinct and common sense tells us to do. We do not eat the right quantities of the right foods at the right times and in the proper manner. The results can include digestive disturbances, deposition of fat, and becoming overweight. These findings can be associated with further health problems including disorders of the circulation which lead to more severe cardiovascular disease and disorders of the heart. The reducing diets often recommend generally provide only temporary weight loss and many of them may be even more detrimental to health in the long run.

We should all eat properly and follow a balanced diet containing a substantial amount of fresh foods in each meal. We should also avoid highly processed foods and high levels of preservatives, additives or chemicals. We can also take natural digestive enzymes in order to support the digestion of processed or cooked foods. Every food that has been cooked, boiled, heated, grilled, baked has lost its enzymes and is a burden to our organs which have to supply the digestive enzymes. As almost nobody in our modern age is willing to eat everything raw, you can take digestive enzymes with your cooked, etc., food. (An informative site about raw food is Living and Raw Foods) It is also good to stay away from processed foods as they often contain enzyme inhibitors (to prolong shelf life), chemicals, and sugar (white sugar is destructive to our bodies, and contributes big time to obesity).

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Why we need to eat fruits and vegetables

We all know that fruits and vegetables are an important part of our diet, yet most people continue to struggle when it comes to getting the recommended five servings of fruits and vegetables each day. The National Cancer Institute's campaign to eat at least five servings per day has done nothing to implement this in our doctor's offices or schools.
If you eat one more fruit and one more vegetable each day (this is probably double what you are eating now) I can promise you that your health will improve. You will feel better. You will have more energy, less fatigue, fewer allergies and fewer headaches. Fruits and vegetables provide water, fiber, lots of nutrients and enzymes for many different functions in the body.
Eating five servings of colorful fruits and vegetables a day is important because deeply hued fruits and vegetables provide the wide range of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and phytochemicals your body needs to maintain good.
The benefits of eating fruits and vegetables are endless, some of the benefits include:
- Healthy lives and live long
- Healthy memory function
- Healthy urinary tract
- Healthy aging
- Healthy vision
- Healthy heart
- Healthy cholesterol levels
- Healthy immune system
- Strong bones and teeth
- Protect against certain cancers, such as mouth, stomach, and colon-rectum cancer.
- Reduce risk for stroke and perhaps other cardiovascular diseases.
- Reduce the risk of coronary heart disease and diabetes.
- Reduce the risk of developing kidney stones and may help to decrease bone loss.
- Prevent many illnesses like cold,flu, sore throat, stuffy nose, fever and etc..

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Importance of Food Enzymes

Enzymes are essential to sustain life. When the body has an abundance of enzymes, it can protect itself and repair the damage from almost all degenerative disease disorders! Without enzymes, we age more quickly, get disease earlier in life, and acquire physical impairments and mental retardation as our bodies degenerate. Neither a human being nor an animal can live without enzymatic function. As it were the leading part of the life activities and it is the source.

If we take supplements in the correct form, most people would assume that the nutrients are being utilized to give the body the support it needs. Wrong. Without the assistance of digestive enzymes, many of the nutrients from the supplements are going to be used just for energy by the metabolic enzymes to clean up the bloodstream. It will not support the body's normal daily needs, creating another cause of deficiencies.

Enzyme weakens when it's heated. This is the reason why we are causing virtually all of our own disorders and diseases every time we eat a cooked or processed food. When we eat cooked or processed foods we're eating dead or denatured foods. Dead foods have no living enzymes and most nutrients are diminished significantly. Therefore, we should practice eating raw foods which contains enzyme.

What kind of food contains more enzymes? RAW fishes, meats, vegetables, fruits and specially fermented foods contains great amount of enzymes. Fermented foods have more enzymes called vegetable enzyme.

Remember that lack of enzymes in the body, makes the blood dirty, and it is the base of many kinds of diseases.

Protein alone does not work as energy in the body, because the body does not absorb protein itself. Protein should be processed and disassembled by enzymes, specifically, amylase (the enzyme that breaks down carbohydrates).

However, if amylase enzymes are not enough, the sugar called "glucose" which hasn't been digested is absorbed as it is, and floats inside the blood. This sugar which hasn't been digested makes the blood sticky, and sticks red blood cells together.

Red blood cells joins
and become sticky

Good blood with enough enzymes

Even big red blood cells can pass thinner blood vessels because of its flexibility. However, if the blood is sticky like the above left figure, blood won't pass efficiently. Then, various diseases may appear. This all happens because of overeating and eating only cooked and processed food reducing enzymes significantly.

Researchers found that the younger people had 30 times more amylase in their saliva than the older people. This is the reason that when we're young we can handle a diet of bread, pasta and cooked foods without much problem. But this type of diet can cause rapid aging and depletion of enzyme supplies.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Running Event Calander for March and April 2011

12th March 2011(Sat)
Larian Hari Wilayah Persekutuan 2011
Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur
Time: 7.30am
Venue: Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur
Distance: 7km, 5km and 3kmRegistration
Form: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_0XRb_o7YmFA/TVEAOMqXucI/AAAAAAAAACU/IL8Tketl3V4/s1600/borang.bmp

13th March 2011, Sunday
Bareno Run 2011
Venue: National Stadium Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur
Starting Time: 5.30am (21km), 6.15am(10km), 6.30am (5km)
Men Open (18 years old & above)
Women Open (18 years old & above)
Men Junior Veteran Open (40 years old to 49 years old)
Women Veteran (35 years old & above)
Men Senior Veteran (50 years & above)
*Age qualification for Men & Women Open for 10km & 5km categories are from 16 years old & above)*
Distance: 21km, 10km, 5km

20th March 2011, Sunday
KEC Unity Run 2011
Venue: Klang Executive Club (KEC), Bandar Baru Klang, Klang
Starting Time: 7.15am
Category & Distance:
Men Open (Open 18 & above) - 7km
Women Open (Open 18 & above) - 7km
Men Veteran (45 & above) - 5km
Women Veteran (45 & above) - 5km
Children - Boys & Girls (13 - 17 years old) - 5km
Childern - Boys & Girls (9 - 12 years) - 3km
Family - 3km
*Family - 3 person (Father, Mother & Children belowe 12 years old) & must finish together*
Registration Fee:
RM30 - Men & Men Veteran Open, Women Open & Women Veteran Open
RM15 - Children Opem
Rm70 - Family Category

Cash Prizes: For Men & Women Category
Medal: For all category

Registration Center:
Klang Executive Club (opposite AEON Jusco, Bukit Raja Klang)
Persiaran Bukit Raja 2, Bandar Baru Klang,
41150 Klang, Selangor Darul Ehsan

20th March 2011, Sunday
World Kidney Day Run 2011
Venue: Dataran Merdeka, KL
Starting Time: 7.30am
Distance: 5km & 0.8km
Registration Form: http://www.scribd.com/doc/46690657/Larian-World-Kidney-Day
A - Men Open (18 years & above)
B - Women Open (18 years & above)
C - Men Juniors Veteran (40 - 49 years old)
D - Men Senior Veteran (50 years & above)
E - Women Veteran (40 years & above)
F - Sec. School Boys (13 - 17 years old)
G - Sec. School Girls (13 - 17 years old)
H - Patient & Family Member (any age) - 0.8km
Registration Fee:
A to E = RM20
F & G = RM10
(Free for category H)

16th April 2011
Energizer Night Race 2011
Venue: Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia
Starting Time: 7.40pm
Closing Date & Maximum Entries
1st March 2011 [ Tuesday, 12am ] or upon reaching 10,000 runners, whichever that occurs first.
For more info, click http://www.energizernightrace.com.my/

Date: 24th April 2011, Sunday
Jogathon Warisan 2011
Venue: Pejabat Urusan Perkuburan Kwong Tong, Kuala Lumpur
Starting Time: 7.00am
Category & Distance:
A - Seconday School Boy's Open - 11km
B - Secondary School Girl's Open - 11km
C - Men's Open - 11km
D - Women's Open - 11km
E - Men's Veteran Open - 8km
F - Women's Veteran Open - 8km
G - Director Of The Association Chinese - 3km
H - Men's & Women Open (Disable/OKU) - 0.5km
*Men's & Women's Veteran (age of 50 & above)
*This event open for MALAYSIAN only*
Registration Fee:
RM15 for Category A & B
RM20 for Category C, D, E, F, G & H
*Free T-Shirt for all participants*
Registration Info:
For Online Registration, please click to http://jogathonwarisan.org.my/%e6%88%91%e8%a6%81%e6%8a%a5%e5%90%8d-register/
or you can submit entries to:-
Dewan Perhimpunan China,
No. 1, Jalan Maharajalela, 50150 KL.

Payment Info:
Payee Bank: PUBLIC Bank (a/c no: 3077-1383-10)
Account Holder: The KL & Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall
*Please keep your payment slip for record*
*Please fax your registration upon submission to fax: 03-22724089*

Cash Prizes: First Top 5 finisher's for category A to F & H.
- First top 30 finisher's for category A to D
- First top 20 finisher's for category E to H

24th April 2011, Sunday
Bidor Half Marathon 2011

Result of FTAAA Cross Country Run 2011

23rd January 2011
Where : Padang Merbok, Kuala Lumpur
Distance : 8.2km (9.57km WKM's GPS), 6.2km (7.69km Calvin Chan's GPS)
Medal : Top 100

Men Open :
45.47 - Rozmi Yunus (9th)

49.47 - Stanley Cheong, Pm53 (14th)
55.03 - Dannie Choong, Pm62 (53rd)
61.14 - Wong Kei Ming, Pm55 (88th)

Men Junior Veteran :
40.57 - Chen Keat Hoong, Pm8 (2nd)
42.09 - Zulazlan Shah, Pm43 (4th)
47.04 - Yum Kin Kok, Pm65 (22nd)
48.12 - Calvin Chan, Pm63 (25th)

Men Senior Veteran :
41.28 - Vincent Wong, Pm10 (5th)

Women Open :
55.15 - Kong Yen Erl, Pm41 (12th)
56.18 - Wong Sue Ling (14th)
63.25 - Carrie Teong, Pm61 (34th)
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