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3-11-2015 12:19 PM| Diterbitkan: CARI-IIN| Dilihat: 9262| Komen: 99

Description: Cheerios (bijiran sarapan) telah ditukar kepada telur sebagai makanan pagi
Oleh Izzah Abbasy

Mengikut panduan para pemakanan, Cheerios (bijiran sarapan) telah ditukar kepada telur sebagai makanan pagi atau sarapan adalah SALAH!

Hakikatnya, pengambilan gula yang tinggi, meningkatkan risiko serangan jantung 4x ganda berbandng mereka yang mengambil gula dengan kadar yang sedikit.



Pelbagai faktor risiko berpotensi yang lain seperti jumlah kalori, kualiti pemakanan keseluruhan, merokok, kolesterol, tekanan darah tinggi, obesiti dan alkohol.

Auta

  • Lemak menyebabkan serangan jantung dan menaikkan kolesterol dan bahawa gula tidak berbahaya, hanya sumber kalori yang kosong.

Fakta

  • Gula bukan kalori kosong, tetapi kalori yang membawa maut.
  • Gula menyebabkan serangan jantung, obesiti, diabetes jenis II, kanser dan dementia.
  • Penyebab kegagalan hati paling utama di Amerika.


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Quote ultra78 29-10-2015 08:11 PM
Sudah berpuluh tahun kita percaya kepada kajian 'saintifik' seorang doktor yang mengaitkan penyakit jantung dengan lemak. Padahal kajian itu ada flaw. Dia hanya pilih data yang support dia punya teori sahaja.

Nak tahu lebih, boleh google 'Ancel Keys Seven Countries Study'

Malang sekali apabila hasil 'kajian' dia yang menyeleweng itu digunapakai sebagai basis kepada dasar nutrisi sedunia.

Bila tengok banyaknya produk-produk 'low fat' di pasaran, itu hasil dari 'kajian' dia lah
Quote mbhcsf 29-10-2015 08:42 PM
okay

sebelum komen apa apa  ye

sila baca  atheroma
atherosclerosis

sila baca plaque formation

then you comment


it is a combination of things

modifiable and non modifiable risk factors

lemak ke - too general a term , kena tahu LDL , HDL  
Quote melinda_kerr 29-10-2015 09:00 PM
How about minyak or santan? Patut melantak telor gerong dan telor masak lemak instead of coke?
Quote famri7 29-10-2015 09:03 PM
mbhcsf replied at 29-10-2015 12:42 PM
okay

sebelum komen apa apa  ye

First time nih jah saya setuju dengan kau ustajah...kalau ngak ada lemak masakan pula boleh jadi arterioscerosis kan sis.kuasa sihir bomoh kampung kah?
Quote trivagu 30-10-2015 03:38 AM
harap kerajaan naikkan harga gula
Quote Santeira 30-10-2015 08:01 AM
Edited by Santeira at 30-10-2015 11:24 AM
melinda_kerr replied at 29-10-2015 09:00 PM
How about minyak or santan? Patut melantak telor gerong dan telor masak lemak instead of coke?

The basis is healthy fats. Telur separuh masak, telur rebus. masak lemak telur pun good actually, kandungan lemak tepu dalam santan ialah medium chain triglycerides iaitu jenis lemak yg badan guna sebagai tenaga. Tapi kena in moderation la. Yg tak elok ialah lemak buatan manusia iaitu trans fat. It's a type of fat that clogs the arteries. Santan dan kelapa bukan punca penyakit jantung. Kat Sri Lanka misalnya mmg kuat makan kelapa. Average org sana makan 120 biji kelapa setahun, tapi kadar penyakit jantung rendah.
http://pca.da.gov.ph/heartdisease.php

Ada org yg kena serangan jantung profil kolesterol dia normal je. Kat negara mcm Norway Holland , dorg makan banyak lemak (sana kuat makan ikan laut) tapi kadar serangan jantung rendah.


Apa yg Dr. Hyman maksudkan, telur bukan musuh dan kolesterol bukan musuh. Kolesterol dalam badan hanya 25% diserap dari makanan, selebihnya dikeluarkan dari hati kita (ikut kajian Cambridge). Bila kolesterol tinggi, ia sebenarnya is signaling something. Badan menghasilkan kolesterol sebenarnya untuk membaikpulih kerosakan sel. Yang patut disiasat ialah kenapa sel badan kita rosak.




Sel rosak sebenarnya sebab toksik mcm gula dan trans fat. Dua benda ni yg menyebabkan inflamasi dan seterusnya serangan jantung.




Quote Santeira 30-10-2015 08:03 AM
Edited by Santeira at 30-10-2015 02:04 PM
ultra78 replied at 29-10-2015 08:11 PM
Sudah berpuluh tahun kita percaya kepada kajian 'saintifik' seorang doktor yang mengaitkan penyakit  ...

kan? ummah lebih suka melantak gula dan makanan berproses dan tak nak makan telur dan lemak2 sihat dan natural sbb dah kena brainwashed dgn study si ansel ni. I honestly think apa2 yg natural tu Allah jadikan mmg elok semuanya. Yg tak elok semuanya tak natural dan manusia buat (gula & trans fat).
Quote GhostWalking 30-10-2015 08:41 AM
How Sugar Causes Heart Disease        The problem with sugar is that it contributes to inflammation of the arterial walls. It does that by generating an insulin spike, and when insulin spikes continuously it starts to ravage the fragile, but ultra-important endothelial lining of blood vessels. If the endothelial lining becomes damaged, all the well-known causes of heart disease problems swarm to the scene and create the inflammatory mayhem that eventually leads to heart attack and stroke.

        What’s worse is that excessive sugar consumption can also cause weight gain. Weight gain, combined with sustained high insulin levels, can lead to insulin resistance and diabetes—which further increases your risk of cardiovascular disease.

http://www.drsinatra.com/sugar-is-a-major-cause-of-heart-disease/
Quote GhostWalking 30-10-2015 08:41 AM
berapa banyak bad effects of sugar ujung2 ummah burukkan rokok saja
Quote GhostWalking 30-10-2015 08:43 AM
Aku memang sukaaa gila tred nih
Quote GhostWalking 30-10-2015 08:44 AM
10 Disturbing Reasons Why Sugar is Bad For You





Added sugar is the single worst ingredient in the modern diet.
It can have harmful effects on metabolism and contribute to all sorts of diseases.
Here are 10 disturbing reasons why you should avoid added sugar like the plague.
1. Added Sugar Contains No Essential Nutrients and is Bad For Your TeethYou’ve probably heard this a million times before… but it’s worth repeating.
Added sugars (like sucrose and high fructose corn syrup) contain a whole bunch of calories with NO essential nutrients.
For this reason, they are called “empty” calories.
There are no proteins, essential fats, vitamins or minerals in sugar… just pure energy.
When people eat up to 10-20% of calories as sugar (or more), this can become a major problem and contribute to nutrient deficiencies.
Sugar is also very bad for the teeth, because it provides easily digestible energy for the bad bacteria in the mouth (1).

Bottom Line: Sugar contains a lot of calories, with no essential nutrients. It also causes tooth decay by feeding the harmful bacteria in the mouth.
2. Added Sugar is High in Fructose, Which Can Overload Your LiverIn order to understand what is so bad about sugar, then you need to understand what it is made of.
Before sugar enters the bloodstream from the digestive tract, it is broken down into two simple sugars… glucose and fructose.
  • Glucose is found in every living cell on the planet. If we don’t get it from the diet, our bodies produce it.
  • Fructose is different. Our bodies do not produce it in any significant amount and there is no physiological need for it.
The thing with fructose is that it can only be metabolized by the liver in any significant amounts.
This is not a problem if we eat a little bit (such as from fruit) or we just finished an exercise session. In this case, the fructose will be turned into glycogen and stored in the liver until we need it (3).
However, if the liver is full of glycogen (much more common), eating a lot of fructose overloads the liver, forcing it to turn the fructose into fat (4).
When repeatedly eating large amounts of sugar, this process can lead to fatty liver and all sorts of serious problems (5).
Keep in mind that all of this does NOT apply to fruit. It is almost impossible to overeat fructose by eating fruit.
There is also massive individual variability here. People who are healthy and active can tolerate more sugar than people who are inactive and eat a Western, high-carb, high-calorie diet.
Bottom Line: For people who are inactive and eat a Western diet, large amounts of fructose from added sugars get turned into fat in the liver.
3. Overloading The Liver With Fructose Can Cause Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver DiseaseWhen fructose get turned into fat in the liver, it is shipped out as VLDL cholesterol particles.
However, not all of the fat gets out, some of it can lodge in the liver.
This can lead to Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD), a growing problem in Western countries that is strongly associated with metabolic diseases (6).
Studies show that individuals with fatty liver consume up to 2-3 times as much fructose as the average person (7, 8).
Bottom Line: Excess fructose gets turned into fat, which can lodge in the liver and cause non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
4. Sugar Can Cause Insulin Resistance, a Stepping Stone Towards Metabolic Syndrome and Diabetes
Insulin is a very important hormone in the body.
It allows glucose (blood sugar) to enter cells from the bloodstream and tells the cells to start burning glucose instead of fat.
Having too much glucose in the blood is highly toxic and one of the reasons for complications of diabetes, like blindness.
One feature of the metabolic dysfunction that is caused by the Western diet, is that insulin stops working as it should. The cells become “resistant” to it.
This is also known as insulin resistance, which is believed to be a leading driver of many diseases… including metabolic syndrome, obesity, cardiovascular disease and especially type II diabetes (9).
Many studies show that sugar consumption is associated with insulin resistance, especially when it is consumed in large amounts (10, 11).

Bottom Line: When people eat a lot of sugar, it can cause resistance to the hormone insulin, which can contribute to many diseases.
5. The Insulin Resistance Can Progress to Type II Diabetes
When our cells become resistant to the effects of insulin, the beta cells in our pancreas make more of it.
This is crucial, because chronically elevated blood sugars can cause severe harm.
Eventually, as insulin resistance becomes progressively worse, the pancreas can’t keep up with the demand of producing enough insulin to keep blood sugar levels down.
At this point, blood sugar levels skyrocket and a diagnosis of type II diabetes is made.
Given that sugar can cause insulin resistance, it is not surprising to see that people who drink sugar-sweetened beverages have up to an 83% higher risk of Type II diabetes (12, 13).
Bottom Line: Because of the harmful effects of sugar on the function of insulin, it is a leading driver of type II diabetes.
6. Sugar Can Give You Cancer
Cancer is one of the leading causes of death worldwide and is characterized by uncontrolled growth and multiplication of cells.
Insulin is one of the key hormones in regulating this sort of growth.
For this reason, many scientists believe that having constantly elevated insulin levels (a consequence of sugar consumption) can contribute to cancer (14).
In addition, the metabolic problems associated with sugar consumption are a known driver of inflammation, another potential cause of cancer (15).
Multiple studies show that people who eat a lot of sugar are at a much higher risk of getting cancer (16, 17, 18).
Bottom Line: There is considerable evidence that sugar, due to its harmful effects on metabolism, can contribute to cancer.
7. Due to its Effects on Hormones and the Brain, Sugar has Unique Fat-Promoting Effects
Not all calories are created equal.
Different foods can have different effects on our brains and the hormones that control food intake (19).
Studies show that fructose doesn’t have the same kind of effect on satiety as glucose.
In one study, people drank either a fructose-sweetened drink or a glucose-sweetened drink.
Afterwards, the fructose drinkers had much less activity in the satiety centers of the brain and felt hungrier (20).
There is also a study where fructose didn’t lower the hunger hormone ghrelin nearly as much as glucose did (21).
Over time, because the calories from sugar aren’t as fulfilling, this can translate into an increased calorie intake.
Bottom Line: Fructose doesn’t cause satiety in the brain or lower the hunger hormone ghrelin nearly as much as glucose.
8. Because it Causes Massive Dopamine Release in The Brain, Sugar is Highly AddictiveSugar can be addictive for a lot of people.
Like abusive drugs, sugar causes a release of dopamine in the reward center of the brain (22).

The problem with sugar and many junk foods is that they can cause massive dopamine release… much more than we were ever exposed to from foods found in nature (23).
For this reason, people who have a susceptibility to addiction can become strongly addicted to sugar and other junk foods (24).
The “everything in moderation” message may be a bad idea for people who are addicted to junk food… because the only thing that works for true addiction is abstinence.
Bottom Line: Because sugar causes a large release of dopamine in the brain, it can cause addiction in a lot of people.
9. Sugar is a Leading Contributor to Obesity in Both Children and Adults
The way sugar affects hormones and the brain is a recipe for fat gain disaster.
It leads to decreased satiety… and can get people addicted so that they lose control over their consumption.
Not surprisingly, people who consume the most sugar are by far the most likely to become overweight or obese. This applies to all age groups.
Many studies have examined the link between sugar consumption and obesity and found a strong statistical association (25).
The link is especially strong in children, where each daily serving of sugar-sweetened beverages is associated with a whopping 60% increased risk of obesity (26).
One of the most important things you can do if you need to lose weight is to significantly cut back on sugar consumption.
10. It Ain’t The Fat… It’s SUGAR That Raises Your Cholesterol and Gives You Heart Disease
For many decades, people have blamed saturated fat for heart disease… which is the #1 killer in the world.
However… new studies are showing that saturated fat is harmless (27, 28).
The evidence is mounting that sugar, NOT fat, may be one of the leading drivers of heart disease via the harmful effects of fructose on metabolism (29).
Studies show that large amounts of fructose can raise triglycerides, small, dense LDL and oxidized LDL (very, very bad), raise blood glucose and insulin levels and increase abdominal obesity… in as little as 10 weeks (30).
These are all major risk factors for heart disease.
Not surprisingly, many observational studies find a strong statistical association between sugar consumption and the risk of heart disease (31, 32, 33).

http://authoritynutrition.com/10-disturbing-reasons-why-sugar-is-bad/

Quote flying_cow 30-10-2015 08:53 AM
Hmm lebih gigih la saya mencekik telur separuh masuk tiap2 hari lepas ni tanpa rasa bersalah.
Quote tentera_laut 30-10-2015 08:58 AM
ok untuk selamat aku akan kurangkan pengambilan lemak dan juga gula..

thanks for this info

Quote Santeira 30-10-2015 09:01 AM
GhostWalking replied at 30-10-2015 08:44 AM
10 Disturbing Reasons Why Sugar is Bad For You


good sharing kaka ghost. nanti iol nak translate.
Quote GhostWalking 30-10-2015 09:14 AM
Santeira replied at 30-10-2015 01:01 AM
good sharing kaka ghost. nanti iol nak translate.

anything for you dek san.itupun ada yang gigih backing gula.koserr
Quote Santeira 30-10-2015 09:23 AM
GhostWalking replied at 30-10-2015 09:14 AM
anything for you dek san.itupun ada yang gigih backing gula.koserr

yup ada yg kata makan 3 sudu sehari je. sebanarnya, elakkan terus lagi bagus. Kalau nak manis, makan pemanis semulajadi mcm stevia.
Quote melia_star 30-10-2015 11:16 AM
Santeira replied at 30-10-2015 08:01 AM
The basis is healthy fats. Telur separuh masak, telur rebus. masak lemak telur pun good actually,  ...

Thanks dear for this info!
Quote Santeira 30-10-2015 02:03 PM

You are welcome.
Quote sekngucing 30-10-2015 04:10 PM
aku memang hidapi insulin resistance ni
seksa hidup

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