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Sumber: Buku Masakan Popular Malaysia


1 ekor ayam ..dipotong kecil
1 camB rempah kari
1/2 camt serbuk kunyit
garam secukupnya

Bahan Penumis:

3 kuntum bunga cengkih
3 biji buah pelaga
5cm kayu manis

Bahan untuk dikisar:

2 labu bawang besar
6 ulas bawang putih
4cm halia

2 camB pes cili
200ml tomato puri
400ml santan pekat

minyak masak
Garam, gula dan serbuk perasa secukup rasa

Rempah yg disangrai dan di kisar halus:

1 1/2 camt jintan manis
1 camt jintan putih
1/4 camt lada hitam

1. Perapkan ayam dgn rempah kari,serbuk kunyit dan garam selama 1 jam.
2. Panaskan minyak dan goreng ayam hingga separuh masak. Angkat.
3. Keluarkan separuh minyak dan masukkan penumis. Kacau selama 1 minit.
4. Bubuh bahan kisar dan kacau sampai wangi.
5. Masukkan rempah kisar,pes cili dan tomato puri. Tambah sedikit air dan kemudian kacau sampai terbit minyak.
6. Tuangkan santan dan bubuh garam,gula serta ayam.
7. Kacau sekali sekala hingga menggelegak dan kuahnya pekat. Kita tak masak sampai kering kerana kita suka ada kuah sikit.

Sumber: Amy Mustafa


1 tin nenas dlm tin
2 biji bawang besar
*jika suka boleh masukkan cili padi- kita gantikan dgn cili hijau

1 batang kulit kayu manis
3 biji buah pelaga
5 biji bunga cengkih
1 biji bunga lawang
sedikit cuka
garam dan gula secukup rasa
1 sudu minyak masak


Masukkan minyak dalam kuali. Masukkan bawang besar yang dihiris, kulit kayu manis, buah pelaga, cengkih dan bunga lawang. Tumis sekejap.
Masukkan air nanas dlm tin. Potong nenas kepada 4 dan masukkan ke dlm kuali.
Akhir sekali, masukkan garam, gula dan sedikit cuka mengikut rasa.
Masak hingga mendidih. Apabila sudah masak, keluarkan kayu manis, buah pelaga, biji pegaga dan bunga lawang dari kuali.

*tips- amy biasa bungkus dengan kain 4 sekawan ni sebab suami & anak2 tak suka kalau tergigit

Is it really possible for anyone to live happily to 100? The good news is that your body was designed to be 100 - you just have to get out of the way.

Getting out of the way means taking an honest look at the habits and lifestyle you are living with today. Most of us have developed habits that limit our true health potential.
But don't let these bad habits of the past discourage you - it is never too late to make new choices. What you did in the past can be changed, and your body will respond in kind. What matters is what you do from this moment forward.

Top 5 Daily Habits for Your Longevity

It takes 14 to 21 days of repetitive behavior to form a new pattern in your brain. Once the pattern is formed, it becomes an automatic behavioral response.
As you develop new healthy habits, they will begin to replace bad habits. These healthy lifelong habits are adapted straight from the time-tested traditions practiced by centenarians all around the world, and I can say with certainty that they will transform and rejuvenate you!

Eat five small meals a day.

In the Western culture, meals are taken three times a day, but it is much better to eat five smaller meals. When you eat smaller portions five times a day, you deliver a steady stream of nutrients, blood sugar, and energy to your body throughout the day.
Additionally, eating this way is less taxing on the digestive and metabolic systems and also reduces your risk of heart disease.

Climb the stairs instead of using elevators.
The health benefits of a daily exercise program cannot be stressed enough. Regular exercise can help promote physiological well-being, strengthen the immune system, maintain joint mobility, increase energy - and the list goes on.
Look for opportunities all through your day to work in physical activity. Power-walk, run, or ride your bike instead of driving. Begin a daily tai chi practice. Join a gym and actually go! Practice safely and watch your health results pile up.

Laugh it up!
We know from research that laughter and joy boost immune functions, especially the production of the natural killer cells that help protect the body from illness and cancer. Laughter also increases the release of endorphins, compounds that give you a sense of well-being, in your brain. Without a doubt, joyful people live longer and healthier lives.

Drink 8 glasses of water every day.- jgn minum lebih2,nanti jadi buta mcm artikel kat bawah.....

Water is essential for all healthy body functions. Centenarians from around the globe cite their native water as the source of their health and longevity - and the scientists agree with them. What they all have in common is pure water sources located far from any city, free from chemicals and toxins.
Choose filtered water; the best filtration processes are the ones that use activated charcoal, which removes the impurities but leaves the water-soluble minerals. Also, do not store water in plastic containers because the polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) can leach into the water.

Unwind with meditation.

Stress is the root cause of most of the diseases that shorten our life span. In our modern society stress will continue to increase - unless you find techniques to manage it. Meditation is the best way to release tension and revitalize your being. It teaches you to breath properly, which is critical for eliminating up to 70% of your body's toxins and wastes. It also quiets your mind, lowers your stress hormones, and teaches self-discipline, which is a necessary attribute to achieving your health and longevity goals.

Try this beginning meditation:

Sit comfortably on a chair or the floor. Breathe naturally and close your eyes. Each time a thought appears, put it inside a balloon and let it fly up into the sky and disappear. Do this until the thoughts are exhausted. After a bit, your body will feel very light, and your mind will become still. The first few times it may take a while, but it will get easier and faster with practice.

I hope you use these healthy habits for years to come! I invite you to visit often and share your own personal health and longevity tips with me.

May you live long, live strong, and live happy!

-Dr. Mao

(Nov 22) SHE drank 7 litres of water a day to 'detoxify and reduce her blood pressure'.

Thinking that the more water she drank, the better it would be, she continued her habit and this went on for three months.

But last month, this 26-year-old Taiwanese woman suddenly fainted at home. When she regained consciousness a few days later, she was blind, reported Apple Daily Taiwan.

Doctors had said that the woman's condition is known as 'chronic water intoxication'.

The amount of water she drank daily is more than three times the recommended daily consumption for sedentary adults.

Dr Jiang Shou Shan, who treated her, told Apple Daily Taiwan that his patient had no psychological illness nor any other health problems, except that her blood pressure was 'on the high side'.

She was not named in the report.

Dr Jiang said: 'She mistakenly believes that the more water she drinks, the more she can decrease her blood pressure.

'Hence, for three months, she made herself drink 7 litres of water a day.'

Dr Jiang added that initially, the woman would keep running to the toilet. But after some time, it led to water intoxication.

Too much water consumed causes hyponatremia, a condition where there is insufficient sodium in the blood.


As a result, the excess water had to be absorbed by her body cells. Her brain cells swelled after taking in the water, which led to increased pressure in her brain.

Dr Jiang explained that the pressure caused bleeding in her occipital lobe. It is the visual processing centre of the brain which contains most of the visual cortex.

Said Dr Jiang: 'The sodium in our blood maintains our cell metabolism rate. But once you drink too much water, the sodium ions will decrease, causing the brain cells to swell.

'This will cause pressure and lead to bleeding.'

Shin Min Daily News quoted a doctor as saying that drinking too much water can be fatal.

The doctor, from Raffles Hospital, said that our body is constantly losing water through sweat, urination, defecation or exhaled breath, among others.

'Replacing this 'lost water' is essential, but rehydration can be overdone, leading to fatal water overdose,' said the doctor.

According to doctors, the symptoms of water intoxication include headache, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, frequent urination and mental disorientation.

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