Dr Irfan Unal
Istimewa buat adinda, 🌿
Sejak kekanda mencuba Dr Sweet Ektrak Mulberi Hitam, kekanda tidak boleh tidur kerana memikirkan bagaimana mulberi ini akan memanfaatkan adinda dengan:
😊 Mencantikkan kulit
😊 Menguatkan imuniti
😊 Menyihatkan rambut
😊 Menguatkan penglihatan


Kekanda yakin azam tahun barumu adalah menjadi lebih baik daripada semalam. Jadi dengan ikhlasnya kekanda mengesyorkan produk ini kepadamu.
Handphone masih di tangan kekanda, menunggu adinda melafazkan minatmu ke WhatsApp ke 011-23884535 . Penghantaran pos percuma, kira kekanda belanja ya? 😁

Dr Irfan Unal
The major point the team makes – which they say the public doesn’t really understand – is that exercise in and of itself doesn’t really lead to weight loss. It may lead to a number of excellent health effects, but weight loss – if you’re not also restricting calories – isn’t one of them. “Regular physical activity reduces the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia and some cancers by at least 30%,” they write. “However, physical activity does not promote weight loss.”

The related and larger issue is that even normal weight people who exercise will, if they eat poorly, have metabolic markers that put them at very high risk of chronic illness and early mortality. “Up to 40% of those with a normal body mass index will harbour metabolic abnormalities typically associated with obesity, which include hypertension, dyslipidaemia, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and cardiovascular disease.”



What we know to be true is much simpler: "Sugar calories promote fat storage and hunger," the write. "Fat calories induce fullness or satiation." For every additional 150 calories in sugar (i.e., a can of soda) a person consumes per day, the risk for diabetes rises 11-fold, regardless of how much or little we exercise. The single most effective thing people can do for their weight, they write, is to restrict calories – and even more, restrict carbohydrates.

More in www.forbes.com 

Dr Irfan Unal
The major point the team makes – which they say the public doesn’t really understand – is that exercise in and of itself doesn’t really lead to weight loss. It may lead to a number of excellent health effects, but weight loss – if you’re not also restricting calories – isn’t one of them. “Regular physical activity reduces the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia and some cancers by at least 30%,” they write. “However, physical activity does not promote weight loss.”

The related and larger issue is that even normal weight people who exercise will, if they eat poorly, have metabolic markers that put them at very high risk of chronic illness and early mortality. “Up to 40% of those with a normal body mass index will harbour metabolic abnormalities typically associated with obesity, which include hypertension, dyslipidaemia, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and cardiovascular disease.”



What we know to be true is much simpler: "Sugar calories promote fat storage and hunger," the write. "Fat calories induce fullness or satiation." For every additional 150 calories in sugar (i.e., a can of soda) a person consumes per day, the risk for diabetes rises 11-fold, regardless of how much or little we exercise. The single most effective thing people can do for their weight, they write, is to restrict calories – and even more, restrict carbohydrates.

More in www.forbes.com 

Dr Irfan Unal
SINGAPORE - By the end of this year, students in all schools - from primary schools to junior colleges - will be involved in the daily cleaning of their school environment.
The move is introduced to inculcate in students good habits such as a sense of responsibility and care, said the Ministry of Education (MOE) on Thursday (Feb 25).
Cleaning can be carried out at various periods of the school day, such as before the first lesson, during recess, in between classes, or just before dismissal.
One small sweep for a child, one big step towards a cleaner Singapore 😊

Source: straitstimes.com


Dr Irfan Unal
It is so common to hear that. Yet, when that happens, you lose countless opportunities, time, money, and many more.

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