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Makanan ini boleh dibilang makanan super! Aslinya datang dari negeri tirai bambu, bahannya murah, masaknya mudah, bergizi, dan rasa dijamin manteb!! Kurang apa lagi coba? Bahan-bahan: Tomat 1 buah, cuci dan potong-potong Telur 2 butir Garam secukupnya sesuai selera Minyak goreng secukupnya Cara membuat: 1. Pecah telur dan kocok bersama garam secukupnya. 2. Di panci anti lengket, masukkan minyak goreng secukupnya. 3. Setelah panas, masukkan kocokan telur, setelah setengah matang, aduk-aduk sehingga menjadi orak-arik telur. 4. Masukkan tomat, tumis bersama orak-arik telur. 5. Tumis selama 2-3 menit. Setelah matang, sajikan. Manfaat; 1. Cocok buat menu diet!! 2. Tomat adalah makanan no.1 anti kanker, jadi boleh makan sebanyak2nya. 3. Telur, seperti yang kita sudah tau, sangat kaya akan protein yang baik untuk tubuh. 4. Murah meriah (ngga bikin kantong kering). 5. Super cepat dan mudah!
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Why Do I Have Acne?
Acne is a skin condition that affects the oil glands and hair follicles. The pores in your skin are linked to glands that produce an oily substance called sebum. The glands and your pores are linked by a canal called the follicle, which contains thin hair that grows to the skin's surface. When sebum and dead skin cells combine, they form a plug in the follicle. The bacteria in the plug causes inflammation, which results in red inflamed acne and furthermore, acne scars What is the underlying cause of acne? Despite the fact that the exact cause of acne has yet to be determined. However, there are some things that can cause or worsen acne, such as: 1. Hormonal changes such as puberty, menstruation, and pregnancy can all cause acne. 2. Squeezing or picking at existing pimples 3. Excessive cleaning or scrubbing of the skin 4. Weather with high humidity 5. When you use excessive amounts of cosmetics or experiment with them, as well as harmful hair products and oil-based products such as sunscreen. 6. Corticosteroids and anabolic steroids for body building. 7. Acne on the forehead is linked to dandruff in the hair. What are the signs and symptoms of acne? Everyone is unique, and so are their symptoms. As a result, different symptoms indicate different types of acne. As an example: 1. If you have blackheads, they are open, clogged pores on the surface of your skin. 2. If you have whiteheads, they are plugged pores close to the skin's surface. 3. If you have papules, these are small, tender red/pink bumps on your skin. 4. Pustules are papules with pus on top if you have them. 5. If you have nodules, which are large, painful lumps deep beneath the skin's surface, 6. If you have cysts, they can be painful, pus-filled lumps located beneath the skin's surface. Acne is one of the most common skin conditions that can affect anyone, regardless of age. It is unquestionably a difficult condition to prevent and even more difficult to treat. Certain natural remedies, such as stress control and weight loss help tremendously. If you are suffering from acne do consider discussing it with your dermatologist. Medical science has advanced a lot in treating even the most severe forms of acne such as cystic acne and hormonal acne. You no longer need to suffer alone.
How to Get Rid of Dark Circles
While dark circles are not the sign of serious health issues, they can be considered as a sign that you’re not doing what’s healthy for the body. The appearance of the darkened skin around your eyes can look quite unappealing. Here’s what you can do about it… Why do we get dark circles? There are many reasons why we get dark circles. The problem is so common that we tend to ignore it or slather on some concealer and pretend it doesn't exist. Still, dark circles happen due to many poor lifestyle choices and this should be a wake-up call to take some action. The skin around the eye area is similar to the rest of our body, but much thinner. Hence, the effects of something that happens to your body will show up quicker on the eye area before it becomes apparent for the rest of the body. Some of the causes of dark circles include lack of sleep, lack of nutrition in diet, sun exposure, fluid retention, heredity, hyper-pigmentations, allergies, dermatitis, or even as simple as the natural aging process. And rest assured, getting rid of dark circles is certainly doable. How to get rid of dark circles effectively? 1. Getting enough sleep Make sure you get enough sleep daily. This is a good start to reducing the appearance of dark circles significantly. When you are sleep deprived, your body does not get enough time to make necessary repairs after a day’s activity. This takes a toll on the body. We can see this on our skin, starting from the thinnest skin surrounding the eye area. Depending on your age, you may need more or fewer sleep hours than others but it’s safe to say, getting shut-eye for seven or eight hours is a good start. 2. Purge out water retention In some cases when your body retains fluids more than it needs, usually due to diets high in salts, your eyes look darkened and puffy. Applying cold compression to the eyes or sleeping with extra pillows will elevate the area and prevents extra fluids from pooling unnecessarily. 3. Moisturize We that dry, parched skin looks dull and unhealthy. The same thing applies to the skin surrounding the eye area. Plus it is more prominent here since the skin is thinner. Give your under eye area some TLC with intense moisturizing cream for nourishment. As mentioned, since the skin at the eye area is thinner, you should get eye cream instead of using a facial moisturizer. Eye creams are formulated for quicker absorption. Plus, most eye creams also come with ingredients that are specific to undo the appearance of dark circles such as hyaluronic acid, vitamins C, vitamin E and caffeine. 4. Skin-lightening cream If you have a serious case of dark circles and want to remedy the issue quickly, consider skin-lightening creams that work on pigmentation in the eye area. Notable ingredients to look for including kojic acid, glycolic acid, vitamin c, and glutathione to name a few. 5. Medical treatments for dark circles In the case when you want to go the medical route or perhaps your dermatologist recommends it, there are treatments used to lighten dark circles. Treatments such as chemical peels (with customized acids and concentration according to your condition), laser therapy, and dermal fillers that work wonders as they work to counter the factors that are causing you dark circles in the first place. A surgical procedure known as blepharoplasty can also be done if you need it. The procedure works by removing a layer of fat at the eye area to decrease puffiness and shadow cast in the under eye, which in turn reduces the appearance of dark circles. Multiple solutions and remedies are available to treat dark circles. And since there’s no one-size-fits-all, it’s best for you to get advice from your doctor to guide you on the best way to eliminate dark circles, for good.
Kuliner 202 : Pontianak - Yam Mie / Bakmi Kepiting Oukie
Kalau ke Pontianak , tentu kulinernya tidak jauh dengan kuliner oriental alias Chinese food. Biasanya tidak jauh - jauh dengan mi dan kawan - kawan. Nah sebelum makan , sebaiknya tahu dulu varian mi. Kalau mi itu bulat kuning, minimal keliatan satu garis. Kalau putih, agak pipih, itu namanya kwetiau. Kalau lebih lebar dikit dan digulung, itu namanya kwe kia nah lebih lebar lagi itu kwe cap Nah kalau bihun itu bulat putih kalau soun itu lebih tipis. Tapi di pontianak itu yang lebih favorit adalah mi kuning serta kwetiaw dan kawan2nya (kwe bersaudara hehe). Holy trinity mi dan kwetiawnya Pontianak kita mulai dengan yammie dulu yah :) Yam mie, begitu dia dikenal oleh masyarakat Tiong hoa khususnya orang Tio Chiu di Pontianak. Yam mie merupakan makanan khas yang Pontianak, terdiri dari mie kuning yang dimasak kemudian di beri berbagai macam lauk seperti irisan ikan goreng tepung, udang rebus, irisan daging ikan putih,dan tentu saja supit kepiting. Kalau mau varian tidak halalnya, ada tambahan irisan babi daging kecap. Kenapa namanya yam mie , apa karena kata orang inggris yummy ? Bukan. Yam mie itu artinya mie yang dihidangkan kering, tanpa kuah, Tidak direbus maupun digoreng. Yam mie atau bakmi kepiting terenak itu ada di deket jalan Nusa Indah yaitu Yam mie "Oukie". Yammie oukie ini sudah turun dari generasi ke generasi. Cita rasa suatu masakan keautentisannya memang harus diturunkan turun temurun. Kadang kalau yang tukang gorengnya ganti, rasa bisa jadi berbeda. Karena kwetiaw atau mi itu teknik memasaknya juga sangatlah penting. Dan tentu saja bahan dan bumbu - bumbunya. Harga : 18 ribu Lokasi : Cabang Nusa Indah, Cabang Gajahmada dan Cabang Tanjungpura
Kuliner 202 : Semarang - Mie Titee Grajen
Satu lagi kuliner nusantara yang dipengaruhi budaya Cina, Mie Titee. Mungkin kata Mie Titee masih asing bagi di telinga Anda, namun bagi Anda yang sering mengunjungi kota Semarang dan banyak mengenal kuliner-kuliner kota ini, Anda pasti pernah mendengarnya. Titee adalah kaki babi, kata tersebut berasal dari bahasa Cina, dan mie sendiri memang kuliner yang berasal dari negeri Cina. Mie Titee berarti mie yang disajikan bersama daging babi. Jika dilihat sepintas Mie Titee tampak seperti Mie Ayam pada umumnya. Yang membedakan adalah campuran sayur yang digunakan. Jika Mie ayam menggunakan daun caisim atau sawi hijau, mie titee menggunakan daun kangkung atau bayam dan tauge. Mie titee juga mirip dengan mie kangkung, mie khas Betawi, hanya saja kuah bakmi kangkung kental dan berwarna kecoklatan karena adanya bumbu dari ebi atau udang kering, sedangkan kuah mie titee bening karena menggunakan kuah kaldu dan udang yang digunakan merupakan udang segar yang telah direbus yang disajikan ditas mie. Kuah kaldu mie titee merupakan kaldu babi, dipadukan dengan bawang putih yang dominan terasa sangat nikmat di lidah. Bakmi yang digunakan merupakan bakmi telur yang lembut. Daging dan kulit babi yang digunakan sebagai topping dimasak dengan bumbu kecap terlebih dahulu sehingga terasa manis. Selain daging dan kulit babi, udang juga digunakan sebagai toppingnya, beserta taburan bawang putih tumbuk dan bawang goreng. Untuk menambah kenikmatan dalam menikmati mie titee, disediakan sambal cabai rawit dan acar timun. Jika Anda ingin menikmati semangkuk mie titee, datang saja ke Jl. Gajahmada No.63A. Lokasi warung makan ini berada di sebelah warung Tahu Pong Gajahmada yang sangat terkenal. Warung makan ini tidak begitu luas namun kebersihannya sangat dijaga, dan walaupun mengunakan daging babi sebagai olahan kulinernya, namun tidak tercium aroma tidak sedap. Warung makan ini hanya memiliki dua meja panjang sehingga saat Anda makan, Anda akan duduk bersebelahan langsung dengan pengunjung lainnya. Warung Makan Mie Titee Grajen Gajahmada buka mulai pukul 11.30 hingga pukul 21.30 WIB setiap harinya. How to get there: Angkot : dari Simpang Lima, naik angkot yang melewati jalan Gajah Mada (bisa tanya sopir). Turun di depan Gereja Bethel. Taksi : New Atlas
How Dairy gives You Acne
Everyone who's fighting acne, doubts this at some point in time. 'Does dairy make my acne worse?'. You may stop having dairy for a week, only to realize that it is too much trouble and you can't really tell the difference. Let's figure this out together... Research tells us that inflammatory skin problems such as psoriasis, eczema and acne are more common and more severe in those who consume a diet rich in dairy products. These skin problems are even more common in those who indulge in smoking, consume packaged food and are exposed to polluted air. Cow's milk, which is the largest consumed animal milk in the world, contains casein protein and whey protein. Both these are known to raise the levels of growth hormones in calves as well as humans. Growth hormones such as insulin-like growth factor - 1 or IGF-1 is strongly linked with increased sebum formation in our skin. After infancy our body increasingly loses its ability to digest lactose, a sugar found in milk. We know that more than 50% of the world's population is lactose intolerant. Milk and milk products trigger all sorts of allergies as well as acne. Besides this, cows and buffaloes are regularly injected with artificial hormones to increase their milk supply. When you consume dairy that is mass produced with such practices, it throws your hormones off balance. Dairy may also promote growth of unhealthy gut bacteria and cause gut inflammation. This alters the way your food is digested and absorbed, which in turn leads to vitamin deficiencies and dull skin. How to prevent dairy related skin problems? Reduce dairy intake and switch to high-fiber diet instead. Increase your intake of omega-3 rich food and supplements to achieve a blemish-free skin. Do not substitute dairy with packaged almond milk or soy milk. Consider switching to green tea or freshly brewed black coffee instead. Both of these have plenty of antioxidant benefits which boost your immunity and make your skin glow. If you plan to give a dairy-free lifestyle a try, avoid all dairy products completely for atleast 3 weeks to see the improvement. Any thing less than 2 weeks cannot give you an idea of whether dairy truly aggravates your acne. If your acne persists consider discussing diagnostic tests and acne treatment options with your dermatologist. *Dairy products include milk, yogurt, curd, buttermilk, cheese, paneer, whey protein shakes, cakes and other similar desserts.
How is EMS Training Beneficial for your Physical Therapy?
Although Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) is a relatively new technology in the fitness world, the benefits associated with the technology are increasingly becoming popular. The benefits of EMS training include but are not limited to strengthening muscles, weight loss, pain reduction, and increased flexibility. These benefits are particularly important for physical therapy. Physical therapy encompasses providing services in situations where movement and function are threatened by aging or an injury. These services are designed to restore movement. EMS technology has its roots in physical therapy. Indeed, a version of EMS, Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation, commonly abbreviated as TENS, has been used in physical therapy for decades. Even though EMS is used exclusively for workouts in the fitness industry, the technology maintains some of the benefits of TENS and, as such good solution for individuals who need physical therapy. Why is EMS Training Beneficial for your Physical Therapy? Many individuals are in physical therapy to build strength, correct posture, increase flexibility, increase range of motion and functionality and manage and reduce pain. The core function of EMS training is to strengthen muscles, the key factor to many of the reasons people go to physical therapy. The role of best EMS suit in effectively and efficiently strengthening muscles is the main reason EMS is beneficial to your physical therapy. The electrical impulses enable the muscles to contract as such facilitating muscle development and subsequently strengthening. When can you Use EMS in Therapy? Muscular Atrophy You can use EMS for your physical therapy when you have muscular atrophy. Muscular atrophy describes a condition where muscles waste away due to aging or disuse. Neurogenic muscle atrophy occurs when an injury harms the nerve attaching to the muscles. Whether the condition is due to osteoarthritis, stroke, rheumatoid arthritis, or an injury, it is necessary to rebuild the muscles to avoid long-term loss of movement. EMS training suits effectively rebuilds muscles since it forces muscles to contract, resulting in muscle growth and strengthening. The efficiency of EMS implies a weak individual can quickly rebuild their muscles compared to the time it would take in conventional training. For the same reason, EMS is the perfect solution for people with low endurance. Pain Management EMS training strengthens all major muscles in the body by providing more muscle contractions than conventional training and, as such vital in pain management, particularly lower back pain or knee pain. Lower back pain is often a result of poor core strength associated with improper posture and incorrect muscle balance. EMS training strengthens core muscles without exerting too much pressure and, as such, reduces lower back pain. Which Type of Exercises Should You Do? It is important to recognize the role of EMS in physical therapy largely depends on the type of injury and your physical capabilities. The exercises appropriate for your physical therapy must be tailored to address the issue. Ultimately, depending on your injury, you can easily determine which muscles to strengthen and subsequently customize your workout sessions to focus on those particular muscles. If you have any underlying medical condition, it is necessary to consult a doctor prior to starting your EMS training. For more visit our eBay store.
BCAAS: The Building Blocks of Muscle.
As we all know from basic biology, Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. Muscles size cannot grow without them. Vitaminhaat® L-Arginine is a conditionally essential amino acid and is a precursor for the production of Nitric Oxide. L-Arginine has been shown to promote increased nitric oxide which supports muscle development and recovery. amino acid build muscles. Branched-chain amino acids, or BCAAs, are a special group of amino acids. They are some of the most proven athletic supplements one can take for direct assimilation. The benefits of BCAAs includes less muscle fatigue, higher levels of other free amino acids, faster recovery and better protein absorption. Not getting enough of them can lead to muscle loss. Let’s take a closer look at how these supplements work and why you should include BCAA supplementation in your workout stack regimen. If your goal is to lose fat and transform your body, Vitaminhaat L-Carnitine would be a great addition to your weight loss supplement stack. Amino Acids Proteins are synthesized from long strings of molecules called amino acids. Amino acids have many functions in our Body: Build new cells and repair tissues Create energy Take part in the enzyme and hormone system Build RNA and DNA the building blocks of life Synthesize antibodies to fight against infections Carry oxygen throughout the body Amino acids are needed to build muscle, red blood cells, and hundreds of other molecules. The human body can produce all except 9 of them, which you have to get through your diet or supplementation. You can get them from eating protein or taking amino acid supplements. The group of 9 amino acids the body can't produce are called essential amino acids. These include isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, histidine, and valine. Non-Essential Amino Acids Alanine Arginine Asparagine Aspartic Acid Cysteine Glutamic Acid Glutamine Glycine Ornithine Proline Serine Tyrosine Essential Amino Acids Histidine Isoleucine Leucine Lysine Methionine Phenylalanine Threonine Tryptophan Valine Branched-Chain Amino Acids The branched-chain amino acids are a group of three essential amino acids: Leucine Isoleucine Valine The branched-chain group is different from other essential amino acids in that they are mostly metabolized in skeletal muscle instead of the liver. References Layman, D. K. (2003). The role of leucine in weight loss diets and glucose homeostasis. The Journal of Nutrition, 133(1), 261S-267S. Holeček, M. (2002). Relation between glutamine, branched-chain amino acids, and protein metabolism. Nutrition, 18(2), 130-133. Houston, M. E. (2001). >Biochemistry Primer for Exercise Science. Human kinetics. van Acker, B. A., von Meyenfeldt, M. F., van der Hulst, R. R., Hulsewé, K. W., Wagenmakers, A. J., Deutz, N. 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