Monday, April 27, 2009

Bowling Bowling !

Guess who behind the pink ball ?
Airil pun main jugak ! Sorry abang, nampak janggut je !


Go go go !!



Melawati Gang ! Good try ! Nanti kita main lagi ok !!



alhamdulillah

Alhamdulillah
When you open up your eyes in the morning,
There’s nothing else to do but say Alhamdulillah and be content,
When you have finished eating your nutritious breakfast,
There’s nothing else to but say Alhamdulillah and be content,
When you look into the mirror and see how lovely your smile looks, how handsomely dressed you are,
There’s nothing else to do but say Alhamdulillah and be content,
When you step into your well groomed car and wave good bye to your beautiful family,
There’s nothing else to do but say Alhamdulillah and be content.
It’s the little things ,
Ever so perfect,
That we often overlook.
As I am in my God-conscious moments,
Let me just say,
Alhamdulillah, Thank You
Allah.
We love You.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

MARI BERIADAH !

ASSALAMULAIKUM DAN SALAM SEMUT !

WHAT ?     JOM KITA MAIN BOWLING SAMA2 !
WHERE ?  MEGA LANES SUNWAY PYRAMID
WHEN ?    25TH APRIL 2009 (SATURDAY)
TIME ?      4PM - 6PM

FYI, WE ARE SPENDING THE NIGHT @ SUNWAY HOTEL & WILL ADJOURN TO THE LAGOON ON SUNDAY.... COME JOIN US !

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

I look I See 2~!

Monday, April 13, 2009

Doctors in the house

Doctors in the house did a time-trial today.

Doctor 1 ran 5km in 38mins
Doctor 2 ran 5km in 29mins

(Both plan to celebrate with heavy lunch at Chilies today)

Lets see how the lawyers & accountants & engineers' cardiovascular healths are..

Just do it

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Beranang















Tok tok tok..
cucu tumpang lalu tok..


Tuesday, April 7, 2009

IMPRESSIVE!

Our Immigration Dept is very impressive when it comes to processing new passport applications. This happened just minutes ago at Wangsa Maju office. We arrived around 3.45pm. At kedai gambar next door to the office, got photos taken. All six members of the family. For RM13.oo / per head, we got 4 keping gambar, borang A provided & filled up for us (tinggal sign aje!). Entered office and got number @ 1622hrs. By 1650hrs, we left. Each one with a new passport.. even Ijaz Zarif got his!

Delayed telecast from Sepang












1. Heli tu eksyen je. Tak dpt naik pun.
2. Geng medic
3. FIA medical car. Ours naik Waja aje... but enjin Petronas 200hp
4. I look after Turn 4 - Turn 8
5. Me, paramedics, petronas driver



Hiya all,


Tried to post a few times from my i-phone thru free WIFI at Sepang's Concorde Inn. However, none came through.

Nonetheless, here are some sendiri photos taken with my old Sony T9 Cybershot. Nikon D80 too big to lug around esp in the medical car.

Still trying to get the photos from the official photographer, Torqxic namanye...





Butter vs Margarine.

cited from here

Butter vs. Margarine

I am still confused over the age-old controversy "butter vs. margarine." Which is better for me to eat?

For those who have minimal time to read, hehe, I'll just give you the answer straight away

Answer: margarine (the trans-free tub or liquid kinds) is recommended over butter

I can certainly understand your frustration, especially when you are trying your best to follow a heart-healthy diet. Let's look at why butter and margarine both get a bad rap. First let's look at butter. The problem with butter is that it contains two cholesterol-raising ingredients: dietary cholesterol and saturated fat. Dietary cholesterol is found only in animal products so you won't find any cholesterol in a plant-based food or food product (such as margarine). Some of us are more affected by cholesterol in the diet than others, meaning some people can consume a diet high in cholesterol without blood cholesterol levels being affected; but others need only eat a little dietary cholesterol and their cholesterol levels soar. Overall, it is recommended that healthy persons consume no more than 200 milligrams cholesterol each day. Butter has 33 milligrams of cholesterol in one tablespoon alone!

Cholesterol aside, butter's biggest trouble is its saturated fat content. Saturated fats are solid at room temperature and are found largely in red meat, high-fat dairy products (like butter) as well as coconut and palm oils. When eaten in excess, saturated fats increase the "bad" cholesterol (LDL) as well as the "good" cholesterol (HDL). Despite the fact that saturated fats raise good cholesterol, they don't raise it enough for us to warrant you eating it. Saturated fat intakes are associated with increases in heart-disease risk. A healthy range of saturated fat is 10-15 grams each day. Just one tablespoon of butter contains over 7 grams of saturated fat!

Margarine is by no means void of artery clogging fat. The controversy with margarine lies with its level of trans fat, largely a man-made fat. Trans fats are formed when hydrogen is added to vegetable oils, making the oil more solid and less likely to spoil. This process is called hydrogenation or partial hydrogenation and allows stick margarine to be firm at room temperature. Trans fats have been shown to increase the "bad" cholesterol (LDL) similarly to saturated fats, and they tend to lower the "healthy" (HDL) cholesterol when eaten in large amounts. What's more – trans fats may make our blood platelets stickier. While no standard intakes of trans fat have been set, one tablespoon of stick margarine packs a whopping 3 grams of trans fat and 2 grams saturated fat.

But a little margarine "know-how" will help you reduce the amount of trans fat you eat. The more solid a margarine is at room temperature, the more trans fat it contains. For example, stick margarine contains the most trans fat, 3 grams in one tablespoon. Switch to tub or liquid margarine and you've cut that by almost 2/3, from 1-2 grams trans fat. And the good news is margarine manufacturers are now cutting their trans fat levels even further, to less than 0.5 grams per serving! This low level is allowed to carry the claim "trans fat free or zero-trans fat". How do they do it? They switched their first ingredient from partially hydrogenated vegetable oil to water or liquid vegetable oil. It's best to keep the total trans fat as close to zero as possible and saturated fat under 2 grams per serving.

Now you have some choices and your answer: margarine (the trans-free tub or liquid kinds) is still recommended over butter. For those of you who choose to have a "little" butter once in a while (for example, 1 teaspoon a couple times a month) you shouldn't have to worry, but it's better to be safe than sorry. On a regular basis, aim for the growing number of tub and liquid trans-free margarines available on the market today and rest-assured that you are eating in a more heart-healthy manner. Keep in mind, margarines contain greater amounts of polyunsaturated and monounsaturated oils which helps reduce bad cholesterol when used to replace saturated and trans fats.

Monday, April 6, 2009

Nuh's Ark Sports Day 050409

Showing off his 'gold medal' untuk acara lompat dalam hula hoop, susun kepit baju dekat hanger lepas tu tuang kacang dalam botol dan sebagainye... tried to upload the video tetapi gagal..
Go Blue House Go! Cayalah Ahmad !

Best friend whose name according to Ahmad is Jamil Saipon (it's Samil Bin Saiful actually)...



Thursday, April 2, 2009

IT'S MY TURN !











1ST APRIL 2009 - HAPPY 2ND BIRTHDAY IZZZZZZ ! LOTS OF LOVE FROM MAMA, PAPA, ABG IRFAN, KAKAK DINA, ABG AHMAD & BIBIK.