Vitamin E & Alfalfa Shaklee Mengeratkan Hubungan Suami Isteri

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Inilah suplemen khas buat suami isteri untuk mengeratkan lagi kasih sayang. Bukan setakat bergurau senda je boleh eratkan kasih sayang antara suami isteri tau 🙂



Vitamin E untuk pengambilan encik suami, dan Alfalfa untuk pengambilan puan isteri. Jom baca apa kelebihan vitamin-vitamin ni ye..

Kelebihan Vitamin E:
1) Memperbaiki kuantiti, kualiti dan memperkuat sperma lelaki supaya dapat bertemu dengan ovum.

2) Merupakan antioksidan yang dapat menghalang radikal bebas dalam tubuh badan daripada merosakkan sperma dan ovum. Oleh itu, pengambilan Vitamin E yang mencukupi adalah penting bagi menjaga kualiti sperma yang dihasilkan. Taknak la nanti ada risiko dapat anak yang tak sempurna…

3) Merangsang LIBIDO iaitu keinginan seks, kerana ia meningkatkan paras testosteron dalam badan. Kekurangan testosteron menyebabkan nafsu semakin menurun dan stamina semakin berkurangan.

4) Vitamin E Shaklee disertai dengan Selenium. Vitamin E sahaja tidak sempurna tanpa Selenium. Pengambilan Vitamin E haruslah lengkap dengan Selenium untuk mendapatkan kesan pengambilan yang optimum. Tanpa Selenium, ia boleh bertindak sebagai toksik dalam jangka masa panjang kerana ia tidak dapat melaksanakan fungsinya dengan baik.

Kelebihan Alfalfa:
1) Merawat masalah keputihan yang sering dialami oleh golongan wanita. Pastinya masalah keputihan ni harus dibendung secepat mungkin bagi mengelakkannya jadi lebih teruk.

2) Memberi keselesaan sewaktu melakukan hubungan intim. Tidak mustahil untuk mengulangi pengalaman malam pertama 🙂

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Set Penyusuan Mana Yang Sesuai?

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Alhamdulillah, set penyusuan Shaklee mendapat sambutan ramai dari ibu-ibu menyusu. Bukan sahaja ibu yang mempunyai masalah penyusuan, tetapi ramai juga ibu yang mahukan anaknya mendapat nutrisi sempurna, turut mengambil set ini. Terdapat 4 jenis set penyusuan, dan ramai yang keliru mana satu yang paling sesuai untuknya. Untuk itu, saya cuba perincikan untuk anda ya..
Set 1  – Set B


  • Mengandungi Vitamin B, vitamin C, multivitamin dan alfalfa
  • Sesuai untuk ibu yang tidak mempunyai masalah penyusuan
  • Tujuan utama mengambil supplement ialah untuk memperkayakan nurisi dalam susu ibu
  • Alfalfa membantu menghasilkan susu ibu dengan lebih cepat
  • Sesuai untuk ibu yang mempunyai masalah sembelit dan masalah keputihan
  • Bagi bayi yang mempunyai masalah eczema,  set ini dapat membantu
  • Kurang sesuai untuk ibu-ibu yang baru melahirkan / berpantang kerana tidak sesuai untuk bayi yang mengalami jaundice dan ada sesetengah bayi mengalami sedikit cirit dengan alfalfa

Set 2 – Eu-Four Pack


  • Mengandungi Vitamin B, vitamin C, multivitamin dan kalsium
  • Sesuai untuk ibu-ibu yang mengalami kemeruduman susu ketika haid (PMS)
  • Sangat membantu menghasilkan susu dengan cepat
  • Sangat sesuai untuk ibu-ibu yang tidak minum susu, kerana kalsium shaklee mempunyai kandungan kalsium harian yang diperlukan oleh tubuh badan
  • Kalsium Shaklee lebih dikenali dengan nama Ostematrix adalah formula lengkap kalsium, magnesium dan vitamin D.
  • Selain itu set ini membantu si ibu cergas, bertenaga walau kurang tidur selain diperlukan untuk tulang bayi serta pembentukan gigi si kecil.

Set 3 – Set E


  • Mengandungi Vitamin B, vitamin C, multivitamin, kalsium dan alfalfa
  • Sesuai untuk ibu-ibu yang mengalami kemeruduman susu ketika haid (PMS)Sangat membantu menghasilkan susu dengan cepat
  • Sangat sesuai untuk ibu-ibu yang tidak minum susu, kerana kalsium shaklee mempunyai kandungan kalsium harian yang diperlukan oleh tubuh badan
  • Kalsium Shaklee lebih dikenali dengan nama Ostematrix adalah formula lengkap kalsium, magnesium dan vitamin D.
  • Selain itu set ini membantu si ibu cergas, bertenaga walau kurang tidur selain diperlukan untuk tulang bayi serta pembentukan gigi si kecil.
  • Sesuai untuk ibu yang mempunyai masalah sembelit dan masalah keputihan
  • Bagi bayi yang mempunyai masalah eczema,  set ini dapat membantu
  • Set ini memberi kesan yang lebih cepat berbanding dua set di atas kerana alfalfa dan kalsium bertindak sebagai milk-booster
Set 4 – Set 3M


  • Mengandungi set B, kalsium dan ESP
  • Sangat dicadangkan untuk ibu yang mengalami masalah penyusuan
  • Masalah penyusuan yang dimaksudkan ialah, si ibu menghadapi masalah penghasilan susu walau telah melakukan perahan setiap 2 jam dan minum air sekurang-kurangnya 3L sehari… maka set ini membantu membaiki mana-mana kekurangan atau ketiadaan zat yang diperlukan oleh badan agar tubuh si ibu dapat berfungsi dengan baik sekali.
  • Set yang paling sesuai untuk ibu yang mempunyai stok yang sedikit, atau yang tidak mempunyai stok susu yang banyak
  • Bagi ibu-ibu yang baru mula nak menyimpan sok ini adalah pilihan yang tepat
  • Set yang paling sesuai untuk ibu yang ingin relaktasi / induce relactation -contohnya ibu telah berhentikan menyusui anak, jika mengamakan set ini, bersama2 tips yang saya bagi, insyaAllah penyusuan boleh dimulakan semula dengan syarat ibu kuat berusaha / ibu yang mahu menyusukan anak angkatnya

Menyusukan anak bukan perkara susah dan tak semudah yang disangka. Perjalanan yang panjang ini menuntut ibu pam secara konsisten dan melengkapkan tubuhnya dengan zat dan nutrisi yang boleh diperolehi melalui pemakanan yang sihat. Namun berapa ramai ibu-ibu hari ni yang betul-betul menjaga pemakanan yang berkhasiat? Apa yang ibu makan, itulah yang disalurkan kepada anak melalui susu ibu. Dan pada saya supplement sangatlah mebantu agar tumbesaran anak berkembang dengan baik, dan anak sentiasa sihat.

Pilihan di tangan anda, jika ibu-ibu yang memberi susu tepung sanggup berhabisan membeli susu mahal untuk memastikan anaknya mendapat yang terbaik, mengapa kita yang menyusukan badan, sangat berkira untuk mngambil pemakanan sihat?

Saya tinggalkan anda dengan ungkapan ini, mudah-mudahan memberi semangat kepada semua ibu di luar sana..

” Jika seorang wanita menyusui anaknya hingga cukup tempoh 2 tahun setengah, maka malaikat di langit khabarkan berita bahawa  syurga wajib baginya”. Subhanallah… 
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Calcium in Pregnancy, Breastfeeding, and Bone Health relating inOSTEOPOROSIS

Apakah kepentingan Kalsium dengan Ibu mengandung, menyusukan anak dan juga Osteoporosis?


Anda pun tak tahu? Jom baca dua artikel ni.


Ini artikel yang saya petik dari www.niams.nih.gov


Both pregnancy and breastfeeding cause changes in, and place extra demands on, women’s bodies. Some of these may affect their bones. The good news is that most women do not experience bone problems during pregnancy and breastfeeding. And if their bones are affected during these times, the problem often is corrected easily. Nevertheless, taking care of one’s bone health is especially important during pregnancy and breastfeeding, for the good health of both the mother and her baby.


Pregnancy and Bone Health

During pregnancy, the baby growing in its mother’s womb needs plenty of calcium to develop its skeleton. This need is especially great during the last 3 months of pregnancy. If the mother doesn’t get enough calcium, her baby will draw what it needs from the mother’s bones. So, it is disconcerting that most women of childbearing years are not in the habit of getting enough calcium. Fortunately, pregnancy appears to help protect most women’s calcium reserves in several ways. Read here.


In some cases, women develop osteoporosis during pregnancy or breastfeeding, although this is rare. Osteoporosis is bone loss that is serious enough to result in fragile bones and increased risk of fracture.


In many cases, women who develop osteoporosis during pregnancy or breastfeeding will recover lost bone after childbirth or after they stop breastfeeding. It is less clear whether teenage mothers can recover lost bone and go on to optimize their bone mass.


Teen pregnancy and bone health.


Teenage mothers may be at especially high risk for bone loss during pregnancy and for osteoporosis later in life. Unlike older women, teenage mothers are still building much of their own total bone mass. The unborn baby’s need to develop its skeleton may compete with the young mother’s need for calcium to build her own bones, compromising her ability to achieve optimal bone mass that will help protect her from osteoporosis later in life. To minimize any bone loss, pregnant teens should be especially careful to get enough calcium during pregnancy and breastfeeding.


Breastfeeding and Bone Health

Breastfeeding also affects a mother’s bones. Studies have shown that women often lose 3 to 5 percent of their bone mass during breastfeeding, although they recover it rapidly after weaning. This bone loss may be caused by the growing baby’s increased need for calcium, which is drawn from the mother’s bones. The amount of calcium the mother needs depends on the amount of breast milk produced and how long breastfeeding continues. Women also may lose bone mass during breastfeeding because they’re producing less estrogen, which is the hormone that protects bones. The good news is that, like bone lost during pregnancy, bone lost during breastfeeding is usually recovered within 6 months after breastfeeding ends.


Tips to Keep Bones Healthy During Pregnancy, Breastfeeding, and Beyond

Taking care of your bones is important throughout life, including before, during, and after pregnancy and breastfeeding. A balanced diet with adequate calcium, regular exercise, and a healthy lifestyle are good for mothers and their babies.


Calcium. Although this important mineral is important throughout your lifetime, your body’s demand for calcium is greater during pregnancy and breastfeeding because both you and your baby need it. The National Academy of Sciences recommends that women who are pregnant or breastfeeding consume 1,000 mg (milligrams) of calcium each day. For pregnant teens, the recommended intake is even higher: 1,300 mg of calcium a day.


Good sources of calcium include:

  • low-fat dairy products, such as milk, yogurt, cheese, and ice cream
  • dark green, leafy vegetables, such as broccoli, collard greens, and bok choy
  • canned sardines and salmon with bones
  • tofu, almonds, and corn tortillas
  • foods fortified with calcium, such as orange juice, cereals, and breads.



“Osteo” means Bone. Osteoporosis literally means “Porous Bones”.
Osteoporosis is thinning of the bones that occur with age.
Bones become weak and fragile, until even a slight impact may cause them to break.


What happens to bones during Osteoporosis?


By about 20, the average woman acquired 98% of her skeletal mass. This process of bone acquisition slows as you get older. Between age 35-40, you began to loose bone mass, remains reasonably stable until age 50 & then declines progressively, This loss if severe can lead to Osteoporosis.


What are the signs and symptoms of Osteoporosis?


– Bone pain in the Hip or Wrist.
– Low back pain.
– Loss of height and a stopped posture.
– Neck Pain.
– Fractures of the Hip, Spine, back or wrist, sometime without falling.


What are the risk factors?


The following risk factors may trigger Osteoporosis:

  • Gender. Your chances of developing osteoporosis are greater if you are a woman. Women have less bone tissue and lose bone faster than men because of the changes that happen with menopause.
  • Age. The older you are, the greater your risk of osteoporosis. Your bones become thinner and weaker as you age.
  • Body size. Small, thin-boned women are at greater risk.
  • Ethnicity. Caucasian and Asian women are at highest risk. African American and Hispanic women have a lower but significant risk.
  • Family history. Fracture risk may be due, in part, to heredity. People whose parents have a history of fractures also seem to have reduced bone mass and may be at risk for fractures.
  • Sex hormones. Abnormal absence of menstrual periods (amenorrhea), low estrogen level (menopause), and low testosterone level in men can bring on osteoporosis.
  • Anorexia nervosa. Characterized by an irrational fear of weight gain, this eating disorder increases your risk for osteoporosis.
  • Calcium and vitamin D intake. A lifetime diet low in calcium and vitamin D makes you more prone to bone loss.
  • Medication use. Long-term use of certain medications, such as glucocorticoids and some anticonvulsants can lead to loss of bone density and fractures.
  • Lifestyle. An inactive lifestyle or extended bed rest tends to weaken bones.
  • Cigarette smoking. Smoking is bad for bones as well as the heart and lungs.
  • Alcohol intake. Excessive consumption of alcohol increases the risk of bone loss and fractures.


Prevention

To reach optimal peak bone mass and continue building new bone tissue as you age, you should consider several factors.


Calcium: An inadequate supply of calcium over a lifetime contributes to the development of osteoporosis. Many published studies show that low calcium intake appears to be associated with low bone mass, rapid bone loss, and high fracture rates. National nutrition surveys show that many people consume less than half the amount of calcium recommended to build and maintain healthy bones. Food sources of calcium include low-fat dairy products, such as milk, yogurt, cheese, and ice cream; dark green, leafy vegetables, such as broccoli, collard greens, bok choy, and spinach; sardines and salmon with bones; tofu; almonds; and foods fortified with calcium, such as orange juice, cereals, and breads. Depending on how much calcium you get each day from food, you may need to take a calcium supplement. More here.


Recommended Calcium Intake.Please read here.


Vitamin D: Vitamin D plays an important role in calcium absorption and bone health. Food sources of vitamin D include egg yolks, saltwater fish, and liver. Many people obtain enough vitamin D naturally; however, studies show that vitamin D production decreases in the elderly, in people who are housebound, and for people in general during the winter. Adults should have vitamin D intakes of 600 IU (International Units) daily up to age 70. Men and women over age 70 should increase their uptake to 800 IU daily.

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SET WELLNESS PROGRAM yang disyorkan


Di bawah ini disenaraikan pelbagai suplemen SHAKLEE yang disyorkan mengikut taraf kesihatan masing-masing.

Anti-Aging
Vivix

Anti-Oxidants
CarotoMax, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vivix

Athma, Sinus (Resdung), Allergy, Hives (Gegata), Eczema
Alfalfa, B Complex, Vitamin C

Breastfeeding Set
Vitalea, B Complex, Vitamin C, Alfalfa, ESP, Ostematrix, Omega Guard, Performance Drink

Children’s Health
Chewable Vitalea, Chewable Vitamin C, Omega Guard, MealShake

Confinement Set
Vitalea, B Complex, Vitamin C, Zinc, Vitamin E, ESP, Omega Guard

Diabetes Set
Fiber, GLA Complex, B Complex, Vitamin C

Gout Set
Performance Drink, Omega Guard, Alfalfa

Immune Booster
NutriFeron

Men’s Health
Vitalea, B Complex, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Ostematrix, Omega Guard, Performance Drink

Preggy Mommies
Vitalea, B Complex, Vitamin C, ESP, Ostematrix, Omega Guard

Skin Care
B Complex, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Carotomax, ESP, GLA, Ostematrix, Vivix

Students’ (12 years ++)
Vitalea, B Complex, Vitamin C, Lecithin, Omega Guard

Weight Management
Fiber, Lecithin, Cinch Shake Mix, Cinch energy Tea Mix

Individuals that don’t like pills @ tablets
Meal Shake, ESP, Vivix, NutriFeron 

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