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Sunday, November 20, 2011

Result of IOI Community Run 2011

Date : 20th November 2011
Where : Puteri Avenue, Bandar Puteri Puchong
Distance : 7km (7.4km by my Suunto foot Pad)

Men Open 7km:
23.54 - Solomon (1st)
24.10 - Wamisul (2nd)
24.37 - R.Venugopal (3rd)
27.37 - Yip Weng Tak (10th)
29.48 - Toh Wai Kuen (17th)
30.18 - Muhammad (20th)
00.00 - Stanley Cheong MY, Pm53 (00th)
00.00 - Suresh, Pm47 (00th)
00.00 - Raymond Ng, Pm48 (00th)
00.00 - Wong Kei Ming, Pm55 (00th)
00.00 - Meyappan Manickam, Pm58 (00th)
00.00 - Sze Yung Hui (00th)
00.00 - Sze Ming Hui (00th)

Men Jr. Veteran 7km:
25.57 - Jean Pierre (1st)
36.37 - Rama (2nd)
26.51 - S.Ganesen (3rd)
28.02 - Ong Chin (4th)
28.10 - M.Karmukilan (5th)
28.46 - Casey Lim (6th)
30.29 - Ridzuan (9th)
30.47 - Chen Keat Hoong, Pm8 (10th)
30.55 - Vincent Wong, Pm10 (11th)
00.00 - Zulazlan Shah, Pm43 (00th)
00.00 - Lee Yee Sum, Pm12 (00th)
00.00 - Yum Kin Kok, Pm65 (00th)

Women Open 7km :
28.55 - Yuan Yu Fang (1st)
29.44 - Sheela (2nd)
35.56 - Sue Wong (7th)
00.00 - Carol Tan (00th)

Men Veteran top 20 result.

Women Open top 20 result

Men Open Top 20 result.

Monday, November 14, 2011

What is enzyme?

A human body is like a light bulb, and the enzyme is the electric current.

Once a good doctor in the US, who spoke highly of natural therapy, said that a human body is like a light bulb, and the enzyme is the electric current. A light bulb lights up only when there is an electric current. Without current, we are merely a light bulb that doesn’t light up. The basic structure of enzyme starts with amino acids, and the blueprint of enzyme production is DNA. Our body works because all the enzymes in our body work their magic.

For a long time, enzymes have been considered the “energy” or “power of life”. Every metabolic activity in human body has something to do with enzyme. For example, thinking, heart beat, neural transmission, digestion, tissue construction and repair, and decomposition of toxins, all of these need enzyme to power the process. Enzyme is in fact “biological catalyst” that increases the rate of chemical reactions and converts nutrients in food we eat everyday for the use of our body. It plays a key role in DNA research.

Enzyme has 6 major functions, oxidation and reduction, decomposition and synthesis, metabolism, heat transformation, body purification and basic protection. It is essential for normal functions of a body. Enzyme is a living mechanism. It can’t survive above 48℃. Therefore, the knowledge of how to obtain and use enzyme wisely concerns how well and how long we live.

The amount of enzyme in a human body is constant. That is, if one does not consume food of high enzyme content, the essential enzymes needed for metabolism will become insufficient when one grows old. In such a vicious cycle, the functions of enzyme will deteriorate accordingly, resulting in aging body and shorter life.

What Food Products Contain Enzymes?+
Fruits and Vegetables
In "Food Enzymes: The Missing Link to Radiant Health," the authors Humbart Santillo and Steve Bell mention fruits and vegetables for their high enzyme content. Fruits and vegetables like bananas, cranberries, figs, grapes, kiwifruit, mangoes, papayas, pineapples, avocados and lemons are good choices to include in your diet. The enzymes and fiber these food products provide aid in the digestion and elimination of disease-causing bacteria, fungi and viruses. If the body is not getting these digestive enzymes, you become more susceptible to fatigue, infections and illnesses.

Nuts and Seeds
Eating raw nuts and seeds means you are ingesting live enzymes. Try almonds, cashews, walnuts, pecans, sunflower and pumpkin seeds for digestive and metabolic enzymes. If you prefer nut butters, purchase the raw, unsalted versions found in most health food stores. The digestive and metabolic enzymes found in nuts and seeds clear your arteries, allow your organs to function and keep your blood sugar balanced.

Importance of Enzyme in the Body

Enzymes are complex proteins produced by all living thing. Enzymes are substances that help carry out a number of the body's function like transforming food and chemical elements into other needed substances.Enzymes helps eliminate toxins in the colon, kidneys, liver, lungs and skin.

Like all proteins, enzymes consist of chains of amino acids linked together. The amino acids with in each kind of enzyme have a characteristic arrangement. The bonds between the different amino acids in the chains are weak and may be broken by such condition as high temperature or high levels of acids. When the bonds are broken, the enzymes become non-functional and disease sometimes occurs.

Enzymes can be obtained from fruits and vegetables like ; mangoes, avocados, papaya, asparagus etc. When vegetables are cooked or boiled, the enzymes can be destroyed since they are very sensitive to heat.

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Result of CICM Responsible Care Run 2011

13th November 2011
Where : Setia Alam Welcome Centre, Shah Alam
Distance : 21km (20.64km by YS Lee's GPS Kok)
Distance : 21km (20.70km by Zishen's GPS Kok)
Distance : 21km (20.72km by Kelvin Yew's GPS Kok)
Distance : 10km (10.4km by Sue Wongs GPS Kok)
Distance : 5km (5.15km by WKM's GPS Kok)
Medal : Finisher for All
Trophy : Top Ten

Men Open 21km :
1'21.03 - Mohd Syahidan (1st)
1'21.31 - Jasni Khairil (2nd)
1'22.40 - Abdul Aziz (3rd)
1'27.30 - Lionel Lee, Pm52 (7th)
1'31.23 - Ronnie See, Pm1 (8th)
1'32.20 - Hong Zi Shen, Pm60 (10th)
1'39.04 - Michael Wong (12th)
1'39.03 - Fabio Lee (13th)
1'39.13 - Stanley Cheong MY, Pm53 (14th)
1'42.30 - Ling King Keong, Pm36 (20th)
1'53.11 - Kelvin Yew, Pm70 (49th)
2'02.57 - Aleximon Lee, Pm56 (95th)
2'23.14 - Dannie Choong, Pm62 (242nd)

Men Junior Veteran 21km :
1'25.10 - Ong Chin (1st)
1'26.52 - Ng Say Heong (2nd)
1'28.03 - Casey Lim (3rd)
1'33.13 - Daniel Tan, Pm3 (5th)
1'34.32 - Samual Tai (6th)
1'34.40 - Leow Choen Beng (7th)
1'48.17 - Tay Poh Chye, Pm66 (31st)
1'51.17 - Lee Yee Sum, Pm12 (38th)

Men Senior Veteran 21km :
1'31.34 - Tang Chee Choon (1st)
1'33.26 - Vincent Wong, Pm10 (2nd)
1'34.xx - Tan Wah Seng (3rd)
2'06.03 - Yap Chee Ching, Pm68 (31st)

Women Open 21km :
2'25.11 - Kong Yen Erl, Pm41 (22nd)
2'23.14 - Carrie Teong, Pm61 (31st)

Women Veteran 21km :
2'22.30 - Sharon Chow (00th)

Men Open 10km :
43.03 - Kenny Wong, Pm69 (6th)
54.19 - Yum Kin Kok, Pm66 (45th)
54.30 - Calvin Chan, Pm63 (46th)
54.58 - Adam Loh, Pm29 (51st)
66.59 - Weng Woo (391st)

Women Open 10km :
50.32 - Wong Sue Ling, Pm31 (3rd)
63.03 - Chia Ee, Pm73 (21st)
74.49 - Fiona Lee, Pm72 (78th)

Men Open 5km :
22.24 - Meyappan Manickam, Pm58 (12th)
25.30 - Wong Kei Ming, Pm55 (24th)

Thursday, November 03, 2011

Result of PJ Half Marathon 2011

30th October 2011
Where : Stadium Kelana Jaya, PJ
Distance : 21km & 10.1km (20.7km by YS Lee's GPS Kok)
Medal : 200 for all Category

Men Open 21km :
1'22.44 - Jason Loh (13th)

1'32.46 - Ronnie See, Pm1 (21st) - PB!
1'33.48 - Raymond Ng, Pm48 (22nd)
1'34.37 - Siah Leong Hooi (23rd)
1'34.39 - Hong Zi Shen, Pm60 (24th)

1'35.08 - Melvin Lim (26th)
1'36.25 - Stanley Cheong MY, Pm53 (29th)
1'38.31 - Fabio Lee (32nd) - PB!

1'40.45 - Loh Wing Keen (39th)
1'40.12 - Bryan Lee, Pm59 (37th)
1'43.19 - Ling King Keong, Pm36 (22nd in MV)
1'43.55 - Mohd Azali, Pm34 (43rd)
1,46.58 - Goh Shu Wei (57th)
1'48.26 - Kenny Tan, Pm27 (63rd)
1'49.19 - Khoo Yit Kiat, Pm28 (68th)

1'50.43 - Jeff Ooi Joo Wan, Pm67 (74th)
1'51.36 - Chong Lik Sng (78th)
1'53.58 - Kelvin Yew, Pm70 (95th)

2'09.27 - Malcalm Chew WH, Pm46 (215th)
2'11.25 - Jason Lim, Pm23 (227th)
2'11.36 - Yip Kit Weng, Pm9 (230th)

0'00.00 - Ryan Teoh, Pm17 (00th)
0'00.00 - Meyappan Manickam, Pm58 (00th)

Men Veteran 21km :
1'46.19 - Tay Poh Chye, Pm66 (35th)
1'50.39 - Chin Min Khai (51st)
1'51.38 - Jamie Pang, Pm5 (54th)
1'52.55 - Lee Yee Sum, Pm12 (60th)
2'06.20 - Yap Chee Ching, Pm68 (126th)
2'06.44 - Lai Fong Sang, Pm38 (127th)

Women Open 21km :
2'23.33 - Winnie Wong, Pm51 (71st)
2'40.56 - Chia Ee, Pm73 (113th)
2'46.50 - Fiona Lee, Pm72 (126th)

Men Open 10km :
37.56 - Richard Habeya, Pm26 (5th)
00.00 - Suresh, Pm47 (00th)

Men Veteran 10km :
41.58 - Chen Keat Hoong, Pm8 (4th)
42.17 - Daniel Tan, Pm3 (5th)
43.27 - Vincent Wong, Pm10 (6th)
48.46 - Adam Loh Kean Teong, Pm29 (10th)

Women Open 10km :
49.34 - Wong Sue Ling, Pm31 (7th)
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