Your Liver Health Matters!

Your Liver Health Matters!

Your Liver Health Matters!

Nourish your liver with LAC L.Pro.
Get your very first LAC L.Pro. today!

 

 

 

When we think of our health and primary organs in the body, usually our heart, brain, kidneys are among the first one’s that comes to mind.

Organ such as the liver often tend to get forgotten. Most of us know that consuming harmful drinks such as alcohol will have a severe impact on the liver’s health, but did you know there are also other factors that influence liver health too?

In this article, we dive deep into liver health, why it’s important and what steps you can take to ensure this vital organ stays healthy for the long-term.

What does the liver do?

To put in perspective how vital our liver is, it’s been known to perform “at least 500 functions” that keep us healthy. It is the second-largest organ in the body and has many important jobs, including filtering toxins from your bloodstream, balancing macro- and micronutrients, and regulating hormones.

Click here to find out the explanation

These 3 are some of the liver’s vital functions: to eliminate toxins, to metabolise nutrients (carbohydrates, lipids and proteins), and store energy as glycogen.

Detoxification

The liver functions as a filter that recovers and eliminates harmful toxins. Those toxins can be naturally present in the waste generated by our organism, like ammonia, or in the ones we eat or drink.

Synthesis

Our liver assures the metabolism of the carbohydrates, the fat and the proteins while producing bile, an essential element for our digestion. It also avoids haemorrhages via the coagulation process.

Storage

The liver stores vitamins (A, D, E, and K) and glycogens (carbohydrates) meaning it stores energy like sugar and makes it available when we need it.

Click here to find out the explanation

It is located on your right side, midway between your waist and your armpit.

Your liver is a unique organ

The human adult liver weighs averagely around 1.4 kg and is found in the right upper abdomen, below the diaphragm. It takes up most of the space under the ribs and some space in the left upper abdomen, too.

Because of the importance of the liver and its functions, evolution has ensured that it can regrow rapidly as long as it is kept healthy. All vertebrates, from fish to humans, have the ability to regrow the liver.

Did you know?

Did you know that it is the only visceral organ that can regenerate? It can regenerate completely, as long as a minimum of about 25% of the tissue remains. The liver can regrow to its previous size and ability without any loss of function during the growth process.

Unhealthy dietary habits can lead to the rise of a modern disease known as the fatty liver.

Your liver does a lot to keep you healthy, especially acting as your body’s filter to clear out toxins. However, overworking it with a high-stress lifestyle, lack of sleep and eating an unhealthy diet for too long, might cause it to acquire its own health problems.

Unhealthy dietary habits can lead to the rise of a modern disease known as the fatty liver. What is worrying is that fatty liver is not easily detected in the early onset and can go undetected for years.

Read more

As the condition progresses, symptoms such as fatigue, abdominal distension after meals, bloatedness, discomfort after slight alcohol consumption, mild diarrhoea after meals will begin to surface.

Fatty liver is greatly due to unhealthy lifestyle such as being (overweight, stress, lack of sleep, high levels of fat and sugar, consuming fast food regularly) and not just due to alcohol and toxins.

The more unhealthy our lifestyle is, the greater the burden is on the liver. Of course, nowadays, it’s difficult to live a complete stress-free life and avoid unhealthy foods.

Hence LAC, short for Leader in Antioxidative Control, has introduced their LAC L.Pro

Click here to find out the explanation

Foods that are high in fat, sugar, and salt can affect liver function over time. Fried and fast foods can also affect the health of your liver.

Made from carefully selected Traditional Chinese Medicines (TCM) herbs , LAC L.Pro. helps to  promote better blood circulation and soothe the liver. Since its founding, LAC has embarked on a pioneering journey to develop scientifically-based formulas, to neutralise free radicals, combat ageing brought forth by oxidative stress, and support you daily in looking, feeling, and functioning at your best.

Remember that your everyday choices and lifestyle habits can affect the health of your liver in the long term. Live a happy life with a healthy liver. A healthy liver can increase your life expectancy, which implies that you will have more time creating memories with your loved ones.

Nourish your liver with LAC L.Pro.!

 You can also browse through their Facebook and Instagram page too!

Get your very first LAC L.Pro.

In this article, we dive deep into liver health, why it’s important and what steps you can take to ensure this vital organ stays healthy for the long-term.

Read more

When we think of our health and primary organs in the body, usually our heart, brain, kidneys are among the first one’s that comes to mind.

Organ such as the liver often tend to get forgotten. Most of us know that consuming harmful drinks such as alcohol will have a severe impact on the liver’s health, but did you know there are also other factors that influence liver health too?

Click here to find out the explanation

These 3 are some of the liver’s vital functions: to eliminate toxins, to metabolise nutrients (carbohydrates, lipids and proteins), and store energy as glycogen.

What does the liver do?

To put in perspective how vital our liver is, it’s been known to perform “at least 500 functions” that keep us healthy.

Read more

It is the second-largest organ in the body and has many important jobs, including filtering toxins from your bloodstream, balancing macro- and micronutrients, and regulating hormones.

Liver’s 3 vital functions: Detoxification, synthesis and storage.

Detoxification

The liver functions as a filter that recovers and eliminates harmful toxins. Those toxins can be naturally present in the waste generated by our organism, like ammonia, or in the ones we eat or drink.

Synthesis

Our liver assures the metabolism of the carbohydrates, the fat and the proteins while producing bile, an essential element for our digestion. It also avoids haemorrhages via the coagulation process.

Storage

The liver stores vitamins (A, D, E, and K) and glycogens (carbohydrates) meaning it stores energy like sugar and makes it available when we need it.

Your liver is a unique organ

The human adult liver weighs averagely around 1.4 kg and is found in the right upper abdomen, below the diaphragm.

Read more

It takes up most of the space under the ribs and some space in the left upper abdomen, too.

Because of the importance of the liver and its functions, evolution has ensured that it can regrow rapidly as long as it is kept healthy. All vertebrates, from fish to humans, have the ability to regrow the liver.

Click here to find out the explanation

It is located on your right side, midway between your waist and your armpit.

What is worrying is that fatty liver is not easily detected in the early onset and can go undetected for years.

Read more

Your liver does a lot to keep you healthy, especially acting as your body’s filter to clear out toxins. However, overworking it with a high-stress lifestyle, lack of sleep and eating an unhealthy diet for too long, might cause it to acquire its own health problems.

Unhealthy dietary habits can lead to the rise of a modern disease known as the fatty liver. What is worrying is that fatty liver is not easily detected in the early onset and can go undetected for years. As the condition progresses, symptoms such as fatigue, abdominal distension after meals, bloatedness, discomfort after slight alcohol consumption, mild diarrhoea after meals will begin to surface.

Fatty liver is greatly due to unhealthy lifestyle such as being (overweight, stress, lack of sleep, high levels of fat and sugar, consuming fast food regularly) and not just due to alcohol and toxins.

The more unhealthy our lifestyle is, the greater the burden is on the liver. Of course, nowadays, it’s difficult to live a complete stress-free life and avoid unhealthy foods.

Hence LAC, short for Leader in Antioxidative Control, has introduced their LAC L.Pro.

Made from carefully selected Traditional Chinese Medicines (TCM) herbs , LAC L.Pro. helps to  promote better blood circulation and soothe the liver.

Read more

Since its founding, LAC has embarked on a pioneering journey to develop scientifically-based formulas, to neutralise free radicals, combat ageing brought forth by oxidative stress, and support you daily in looking, feeling, and functioning at your best.

Remember that your everyday choices and lifestyle habits can affect the health of your liver in the long term. Live a happy life with a healthy liver. A healthy liver can increase your life expectancy, which implies that you will have more time creating memories with your loved ones.

Click here to find out the explanation

Foods that are high in fat, sugar, and salt can affect liver function over time. Fried and fast foods can also affect the health of your liver.

Get your very first
LAC L.Pro. today!

You can also browse through their Facebook and Instagram page too!

Are you taking clean water for granted?

Are you taking clean water for granted?

Are you taking clean water for granted?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you taking clean water for granted?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just like the fresh air we breathe, we may be taking our use of water for granted. Are you aware that the water you use for drinking, cooking and bathing goes through a very intricate production process before it reaches your taps?

What goes behind the production of treated water involves a complex operation from raw water extraction to water treatment and distribution to consumers. All the equipments and assets require continuous and periodical upgrading and maintenance works to ensure clean and safe treated water supply remains sustainable.

Just like the fresh air we breathe, we may be taking our use of water for granted. Are you aware that the water you use for drinking, cooking and bathing goes through a very intricate production process before it reaches your taps?

What goes behind the production of treated water involves a complex operation from raw water extraction to water treatment and distribution to consumers. All the equipments and assets require continuous and periodical upgrading and maintenance works to ensure clean and safe treated water supply remains sustainable.

What is Non-revenue
water (NRW)

Treated water that is lost
somewhere in the distribution
system before reaching its
final destination.

Causes of non-revenue
water (NRW) loss include

● Water leakages
● Pipe bursts
● Poor water management
● Illegal water connection
● Unauthorised consumption
● Broken or tampered meters
● Outright water theft

 

What is Non-Revenue Water (NRW)

Treated water that is lost
somewhere in the distribution
system before reaching its
final destination.

Causes of Non-Revenue Water (NRW) loss include

● Water leakages
● Pipe bursts
● Poor water management
● Illegal water connection
● Unauthorised consumption
● Broken or tampered meters
● Outright water theft

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An alarming issue

First and foremost, treated water is precious.
When treated water is wasted or not used due to
leakages, tampering or illegal usage, everyone
loses. A loss in revenue caused by these
circumstances makes sustainable water supply
management becomes increasingly challenging.
Revenues derived from water supply
management is vital to ensure consumers can
continue to enjoy clean and safe treated water.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An alarming issue

First and foremost, treated water is precious. When treated water is wasted or not used due to leakages, tampering or illegal usage, everyone loses. A loss in revenue caused by these circumstances makes sustainable water supply management becomes increasingly challenging. Revenues derived from water supply management is vital to ensure consumers can continue to enjoy clean and safe treated water.

 

A costly business

Given the complicated water treatment technologies
and facilities required, producing treated water is
indeed a very costly business. Coupled with rising
operational cost, the prevalence of non-revenue
water makes water conservation even more challenging,
not to mention ensuring water security.

Air Selangor’s NRW
reduction initiatives

● Active Leakage Control Programme
● Old Pipe Replacement Programme
● Physical Loss Reduction Programme
● Commercial Loss Reduction Programme
● 5-year Commercial Loss Reduction
   Programme
● Assets Improvement Programme
● Field Service Management

 

A costly business

Given the complicated water treatment technologies and facilities required, producing treated water is indeed a very costly business. Coupled with rising operational cost, the prevalence of Non-Revenue Water makes water conservation even more challenging, not to mention ensuring water security.

Air Selangor’s NRW reduction initiatives

● Active Leakage Control Programme
● Old Pipe Replacement Programme
● Physical Loss Reduction Programme
● Commercial Loss Reduction Programme
● 5-year Commercial Loss Reduction
   Programme
● Assets Improvement Programme
● Field Service Management

 

What can you do to help reduce
non-revenue water (NRW)?


● Report leakages to the relevant authorities

● Refrain from unauthorised water consumption

What can you do to help reduce
Non-Revenue Water (NRW)?


● Report leakages to the relevant authorities

● Refrain from unauthorised water consumption

Air Selangor on tackling NRW issue


We are committed to ensure a sustainable supply of clean and safe treated water for its customers.

Air Selangor on tackling NRW issue


Air Selangor is commited to ensure a sustainable supply of clean and safe treated water for its customers.

We are here to help


We are here to help


Take Charge, Be Your Better Self.

Take Charge, Be Your Better Self.

Take Charge, Be Your Better Self

Do pay heed to your mental wellness.
Optimise your mental wellness with VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™

Over the past decade, Malaysia has witnessed a dramatic increase in the prevalence of mental disorder. Two years on, the pandemic is far from over. As we continue to adjust to life in a new normal, many stressors persist. We now have to cope with:

  • Inflation – everything seems to cost more now
  • Lifestyle changes
  • Concerns about the future
  • Fast-paced living
  • Emerging infectious diseases

Several policy reforms in the past decade have led to advances in the Malaysian mental health system. Unfortunately, there remain many obstacles in the delivery of accessible and affordable mental healthcare.

Malaysia had a significant deficit of psychiatrists and psychologists...

Malaysia had a significant deficit of psychiatrists and psychologists. We have just 1.27 psychiatrists per 100,000 population (as at 2018) vs. World Health Organization (WHO) recommendation of 1 per 10,000!

The Ministry of Health aims to raise...

Thankfully, the Ministry of Health aims to raise this ratio to 1 psychiatrist per 50,000 by 2025, and 1 per 30,000 by 2030. 

Only 20% of Malaysians with a mental disorder seek out professional care

It is estimated that only 20% of Malaysians with a mental disorder will seek out professional care. Why? Social stigma, mostly, due to lack of awareness and misconceptions about mental illness.

Suicide cases almost doubled on average across all age groups...

Suicide cases almost doubled on average across all age groups in the first five months of 2021 (94/month) compared with 2019 (51/month). Alarmingly, 51% of the 1,708 suicide cases between January 2019 and May 2021 were of teenagers aged 15-18. 

Over the past decade, Malaysia has witnessed a dramatic increase in the prevalence of mental disorder. Two years on, the pandemic is far from over. As we continue to adjust to life in a new normal, many stressors persist. We now have to cope with:

  • Inflation – everything seems to cost more now
  • Lifestyle changes
  • Concerns about the future
  • Fast-paced living
  • Emerging infectious diseases

Several policy reforms in the past decade have led to advances in the Malaysian mental health system. Unfortunately, there remain many obstacles in the delivery of accessible and affordable mental healthcare.

Malaysia had a significant deficit of psychiatrists and psychologists...

Malaysia had a significant deficit of psychiatrists and psychologists. We have just 1.27 psychiatrists per 100,000 population (as at 2018) vs. World Health Organization (WHO) recommendation of 1 per 10,000!

The Ministry of Health aims to raise the ratio to 1 psychiatrist per 50,000 by 2025

Thankfully, the Ministry of Health aims to raise this ratio to 1 psychiatrist per 50,000 by 2025, and 1 per 30,000 by 2030. 

Only 20% of Malaysians with a mental disorder seek out professional care

It is estimated that only 20% of Malaysians with a mental disorder will seek out professional care. Why? Social stigma, mostly, due to lack of awareness and misconceptions about mental illness.

Suicide cases almost doubled on average across all age groups...

Suicide cases almost doubled on average across all age groups in the first five months of 2021 (94/month) compared with 2019 (51/month). Alarmingly, 51% of the 1,708 suicide cases between January 2019 and May 2021 were of teenagers aged 15-18. 

Optimise your mental wellness with VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™

What is mental health and wellness?

Mental health is just as important as physical health – we need both to achieve overall wellness and quality of life. Unfortunately, we tend to overlook the importance of mental wellness, and often take it for granted.

Read More

Mental health is the foundation for our emotions, thinking, communication, learning, resilience and self-esteem. Our mental health affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices. Indeed, good mental health is key to healthy relationships, good personal and emotional well-being, and our ability to contribute to community or society.

Do note that although often used interchangeably, poor mental health and mental illness are not the same.

Mental health involves effective functioning in daily activities. If you have good mental health, you are productive (work, school, caregiving), have healthy relationships, and able to adapt to change and cope with adversity.

Mental illness

Mental illness refers collectively to all diagnosable mental disorders. Common mental illnesses are depression, bipolar disorder, post-partum depression, schizophrenia, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), panic disorders etc.

Read More

Someone suffering from a mental illness experiences significant changes in thinking, emotion and/or behaviour, and typically has problems functioning in social, work or family settings.

Alas, many people who have a mental illness do not want to talk about it due to social stigma. But mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of. It is a medical condition, just like heart disease or diabetes. And mental health conditions are treatable. The vast majority of individuals with mental illness continue to function in their daily lives.

Break the stigma

If you have mental health issues, don’t suffer in silence.

Take charge of your mental wellness with VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™

While drugs may be necessary to treat mental illness, early prevention with good nutrition and supplements could help you manage and cope with mental wellness issues naturally.

The stunning increase of mental health issues globally is a wake-up call for all of us to take care of not just our bodies, but our minds as well. Take charge of your mental wellness with VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™, a range of formulations that support your mental wellbeing, be it a healthy state of mind, improved cognitive functions, sleep quality or burnout relief.

VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ MAG-EASE

Read More

As life moves faster, we often find ourselves rushing from one thing to another. Is the constant effort to stay ahead of things making you feel tensed, exhausted and drained by the end of the day? VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ MAG-EASE combines highly absorbable chelated magnesium with L-theanine, vitamin B2 and coenzyme Q10 to calm your tensed body and mind naturally.

  • Relieves headaches & fatigue
  • Relieves muscle tension
  • Regulates heartbeat

VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ SHARP3N

Read More

Coping with a hectic schedule can be challenging. Start your day right with a healthy boost of energy! VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ SHARP3N combines the synergistic effects of 3 nootropics (or “smart drugs,” a class of substances that can boost brain performance) to maximise your mental sharpness for that big meeting or exam!

  • Boosts mental energy
  • Increases focus & alertness
  • Enhances memory

VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ GOSLEEP

Read More

Racing thoughts and excess worries can make it harder to fall asleep and stay asleep through the night. VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ GOSLEEP is a natural sleep aid formulated with a blend of herbal extracts for promoting relaxation and improving sleep quality.

  • Enhances sleep quality
  • Increases sleep duration
  • Promotes relaxation

VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ GUSTOCALM

Read More

Stressed with tight deadlines? Too busy to eat? Skipping meals or eating too fast can cause heartburn. While poor eating habits can give you heartburn, stress can worsen its symptoms. VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ GUSTOCALM is a natural heartburn relief formula made with the synergistic combination of Gastro-AD® & GutGard® in refreshing chewable tablets.

  • Relieves heartburn in 15 minutes
  • Heals the stomach lining
  • Reduces risk of H. pylori infections

Health is wealth… but alas, we often forget that health extends to mental health.

Are you taking good care of your mental wellbeing? If you experience one or more of the following, it could be an early warning that something is amiss:

  • Eating or sleeping too much or too little
  • Feeling sad or irritable or lack of motivation
  • Having low or no energy
  • Having unexplained aches and pains
  • Feeling unusually confused, forgetful or on edge
  • Experiencing severe mood swings 
  • Having persistent thoughts and memories you can’t get out of your head
  • Inability to perform daily tasks like taking care of your kids or getting to work or school

How do we optimise our mental wellness?

Get your VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ at all leading pharmacies nationwide or online at VitaHealth’s e-store today.

Optimise your mental wellness
with VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™

Get your VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ at all leading
pharmacies nationwide or online at VitaHealth’s e-store today.
VitaHealth’s e-store

What is mental health and wellness?

Mental health is just as important as physical health – we need both to achieve overall wellness and quality of life. Unfortunately, we tend to overlook the importance of mental wellness, and often take it for granted. 

Mental health is the foundation for our emotions, thinking, communication, learning, resilience and self-esteem. Our mental health affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices. Indeed, good mental health is key to healthy relationships, good personal and emotional well-being, and our ability to contribute to community or society.

Read More

Do note that although often used interchangeably, poor mental health and mental illness are not the same.

Mental health involves effective functioning in daily activities. If you have good mental health, you are productive (work, school, caregiving), have healthy relationships, and able to adapt to change and cope with adversity.

Mental illness

Mental illness refers collectively to all diagnosable mental disorders. Common mental illnesses are depression, bipolar disorder, post-partum depression, schizophrenia, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), panic disorders etc.

Read More

Someone suffering from a mental illness experiences significant changes in thinking, emotion and/or behaviour, and typically has problems functioning in social, work or family settings.

Alas, many people who have a mental illness do not want to talk about it due to social stigma. But mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of. It is a medical condition, just like heart disease or diabetes. And mental health conditions are treatable. The vast majority of individuals with mental illness continue to function in their daily lives.

Health is wealth… but alas, we often forget that health extends to mental health.

Are you taking good care of your mental wellbeing? If you experience one or more of the following, it could be an early warning that something is amiss:

  • Eating or sleeping too much or too little
  • Feeling sad or irritable or lack of motivation
  • Having low or no energy
  • Having unexplained aches and pains
  • Feeling unusually confused, forgetful or on edge
  • Experiencing severe mood swings 
  • Having persistent thoughts and memories you can’t get out of your head
  • Inability to perform daily tasks like taking care of your kids or getting to work or school

While drugs may be necessary to treat mental illness, early prevention with good nutrition and supplements could help you manage and cope with mental wellness issues naturally.

The stunning increase of mental health issues globally is a wake-up call for all of us to take care of not just our bodies, but our minds as well. Take charge of your mental wellness with VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™, a range of formulations that support your mental wellbeing, be it a healthy state of mind, improved cognitive functions, sleep quality or burnout relief.

VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ MAG-EASE

  • Relieves headaches & fatigue
  • Relieves muscle tension
  • Regulates heartbeat
Read More

As life moves faster, we often find ourselves rushing from one thing to another. Is the constant effort to stay ahead of things making you feel tensed, exhausted and drained by the end of the day? VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ MAG-EASE combines highly absorbable chelated magnesium with L-theanine, vitamin B2 and coenzyme Q10 to calm your tensed body and mind naturally.

VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ GOSLEEP

  • Enhances sleep quality
  • Increases sleep duration
  • Promotes relaxation
Read More

Racing thoughts and excess worries can make it harder to fall asleep and stay asleep through the night. VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ GOSLEEP is a natural sleep aid formulated with a blend of herbal extracts for promoting relaxation and improving sleep quality.

VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ SHARP3N

  • Boosts mental energy
  • Increases focus & alertness
  • Enhances memory
Read More

Coping with a hectic schedule can be challenging. Start your day right with a healthy boost of energy! VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ SHARP3N combines the synergistic effects of 3 nootropics (or “smart drugs,” a class of substances that can boost brain performance) to maximise your mental sharpness for that big meeting or exam!

VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ GUSTOCALM

  • Relieves heartburn in 15 minutes
  • Heals the stomach lining
  • Reduces risk of H. pylori infections
Read More

Stressed with tight deadlines? Too busy to eat? Skipping meals or eating too fast can cause heartburn. While poor eating habits can give you heartburn, stress can worsen its symptoms. VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ GUSTOCALM is a natural heartburn relief formula made with the synergistic combination of Gastro-AD® & GutGard® in refreshing chewable tablets.

Get your VitaHealth CHARGE-UP™ at all leading pharmacies nationwide or online at VitaHealth’s e-store today.

Experience double protection with the NEW Coway Double HEPA Filter!

Experience double protection with the NEW Coway Double HEPA Filter!

Experience double protection with the NEW Coway Double HEPA Filter!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Although Malaysia has moved towards the endemic phase of COVID-19, all aspects of safety and hygiene should not be overlooked as there are still high chances of getting infected by the virus.

While it’s easy to see when you need to dust or sweep, it’s harder to know when our indoor air needs cleaning and filtering.

Worry no more because Coway air purifiers are specially built to keep your indoor air clear of impurities that cause allergies and long-term health complications! 

Coway air purifiers are specially built to keep your indoor air clear of impurities

Being a market leader in manufacturing and distributing home wellness appliances such as water and air purifiers, Coway always innovatively designs their products to cater their customers needs.

Their High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters are incredibly effective at capturing almost every size of airborne particles found in the indoor air we breathe.

Although Malaysia has moved towards the endemic phase of COVID-19, all aspects of safety and hygiene should not be overlooked as there are still high chances of getting infected by the virus.

It’s harder to know when our indoor air needs cleaning and filtering

While it’s easy to see when you need to dust or sweep, it’s harder to know when our indoor air needs cleaning and filtering.

Worry no more because Coway air purifiers are specially built to keep your indoor air clear of impurities that cause allergies and long-term health complications!

Being a market leader in manufacturing and distributing home wellness appliances such as water and air purifiers, Coway always innovatively designs their products to cater their customers needs.

Coway air purifiers are specially built to keep your indoor air clear of impurities

Their High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters are incredibly effective at capturing almost every size of airborne particles found in the indoor air we breathe.

The Coway STORM and LOMBOK III air purifiers are now equipped with Coway Double HEPA Filtration technology.

Discover more about Coway Double HEPA filters HERE and visit their social media pages too!

The Coway STORM and LOMBOK III air purifiers are now equipped with Coway Double HEPA Filtration technology.

Discover more about Coway Double HEPA filters HERE and visit their social media pages too!

Breathe cleaner air with Coway Double HEPA Filter as it is:

Certified to inactivate up to 99.999% of SARS-CoV-2 Omicron Variant, Influenza A virus (H1N1) and Human Coronavirus (HCoV-OC43).

Offers double protection with its extra coating of antibacterial and Antifungal properties.

Inactivate up to 99.999% of viruses and reduce pollutant particles down to the size 0.01um.

Breathe cleaner air with
Coway Double HEPA Filter
as it is:

Certified to inactivate up to 99.999% of SARS-CoV-2 Omicron Variant, Influenza A virus (H1N1) and Human Coronavirus (HCoV-OC43).

Offers double protection with its extra coating of antibacterial and Antifungal properties.

Inactivate up to 99.999% of viruses and reduce pollutant particles down to the size 0.01um.

Double HEPA Filter

Sleek Design

Service every 2 months

Apart from the new Double HEPA Filter, LOMBOK III  also has a Resistive Barrier Discharge (RBD) plasma system that is able to boost its sterilisation capacity. Plus, with its advanced six-step filtration system, it ensures gigantic purification coverage up to 50m2.

In terms of aesthetics, both Coway STORM and LOMBOK III air purifiers have a sleek design that will be able to fit in any living space. Coway provides product maintenance service once every 2 months.

-Double HEPA Filter

-Sleek Design

-Service every 2 months

Apart from the new Double HEPA Filter, LOMBOK III  also has a Resistive Barrier Discharge (RBD) plasma system that is able to boost its sterilisation capacity. Plus, with its advanced six-step filtration system, it ensures gigantic purification coverage up to 50m2.

In terms of aesthetics, both Coway STORM and LOMBOK III air purifiers have a sleek design that will be able to fit in any living space. Coway provides product maintenance service once every 2 months.

The Double HEPA Filter comprises multi-layered meshes made of fine fibreglass threads and is equipped to provide additional antibacterial and antifungal layers to capture all harmful pollutants.

The Double HEPA Filter comprises multi-layered meshes made of fine fibreglass threads and is equipped to provide additional antibacterial and antifungal layers to capture all harmful pollutants.

Exclusive combo promotion for the Air Purifier
LOMBOK lll (RM90/month),
STORM (RM70/month).

As well as Air Purifier and Water Purifier bundle deal! Check out HERE for more info on the promotion. So quickly grab it while stocks last!

Discover more about Coway Double HEPA filters HERE and visit their social media pages too!

Exclusive combo promotion for the Air Purifier
LOMBOK lll (RM90/month),
STORM (RM70/month).

As well as Air Purifier and Water Purifier bundle deal! Check out HERE for more info on the promotion. So quickly grab it while stocks last!

Discover more about Coway Double HEPA filters HERE and visit their social media pages too!

Is it true you get shorter as you get older?

Is it true you get shorter as you get older?

Is it true you get shorter as you get older?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have you ever looked at your grandparents as the years went by and wondered if they got shorter every year, or was it an optical illusion as you grew? Well don’t worry, because it is normal for everyone to lose some height as they age.

Why do we shrink as we age? Over the years, the discs between your spine’s vertebrae flatten, your muscles start to lose mass and the spaces between your joints will narrow. 

Have you ever looked at your grandparents as the years went by and wondered if they got shorter every year, or was it an optical illusion as you grew? Well don’t worry, because it is normal for everyone to lose some height as they age.

Why do we shrink as we age? Over the years, the discs between your spine’s vertebrae flatten, your muscles start to lose mass and the spaces between your joints will narrow.

Based on the National Library of Medicine, people typically lose almost one-half inch (about 1 centimetre) every 10 years after age 40. While losing some height as you get older is normal, a significant loss of height can be attributed to osteoporosis.

Taking care of your bones will help you reach your full potential to perform at your best. Find out more on osteoporosis and some vital advice on taking care of your bones from the expert, Dr Ahmad Norshahrid Zahari, Orthopaedic Spine Surgeon from KPJ Sentosa KL Specialist Hospital.

What is Osteoporosis?

According to Dr Ahmad, osteoporosis, or porous bones, is a systemic disease in which the bones lose density.  It causes the bones to become thin, weak, more fragile and would fracture easily even if it is only a trivial injury. Having osteoporotic fractures can reduce mobility and may affect quality of life.

When you’re young, your body makes new bones faster than it breaks down old bones and your bone mass increases. After your early 20s this process slows, and most people reach their peak bone mass by age 30. As people age, bone mass is lost faster than it’s created.

The common areas of the bones where osteoporosis would occur?

“Osteoporosis affects all bones of the body, and fractures usually occur at the regions with more cancellous bones since they are more porous and active in bone remodelling than cortical bones. Examples includes:

Based on the National Library of Medicine, people typically lose almost one-half inch (about 1 centimetre) every 10 years after age 40. While losing some height as you get older is normal, a significant loss of height can be attributed to osteoporosis.

Taking care of your bones will help you reach your full potential to perform at your best. Find out more on osteoporosis and some vital advice on taking care of your bones from the expert, Dr Ahmad Norshahrid Zahari, Orthopaedic Spine Surgeon from KPJ Sentosa KL Specialist Hospital.

What is Osteoporosis?

A normal bone (left) and one with osteoporosis (right).
Image Source: Midlands Orthopaedics

According to Dr Ahmad, osteoporosis, or porous bones, is a systemic disease in which the bones lose density.  It causes the bones to become thin, weak,  more fragile and would fracture easily even if it is only a trivial injury. Having osteoporotic fractures can reduce mobility and may affect quality of life.

When you’re young, your body makes new bones faster than it breaks down old bones and your bone mass increases. After your early 20s this process slows, and most people reach their peak bone mass by age 30. As people age, bone mass is lost faster than it’s created.

The common areas of the bones where osteoporosis would occur?

“Osteoporosis affects all bones of the body, and fractures usually occur at the regions with more cancellous bones since they are more porous and active in bone remodelling than cortical bones. Examples includes:

Spine

Wrist to forearm

Hips

Can we stop bone loss from happening?

According to Dr Ahmad Norshahrid, we cannot stop our bone loss, because it is a natural ageing process and also because it has to do with our hormonal changes when we age, especially for women when their estrogen levels start to decline.

However, we can reduce our bone loss progression by taking the necessary amount of calcium  as part of balanced diet which can be found in:

  • Milk

  • Dairy products

  • Green leafy vegetables

  • Soy and soy products 

It is even more effective if you start consuming food intake with adequate amounts of calcium in your early years. Then when you become older it will serve as a cloak of protection for your bones.

How much calcium and vitamin D do I need every day?

Based on the Recommended Nutrient Intakes (RNI) for Malaysia, 2017, the calcium intake for young people is 1000mg per day. For women who are in their menopause stage, they should consume 1200mg of calcium per day.

The body needs vitamin D to absorb calcium. Without enough calcium, the body would take calcium from its stores in the bones, which weakens existing bone and prevents the formation of strong, new bone.

You can get vitamin D in three ways: 

  • Through the skin from sunlight, 

  • Your Diet

  • Supplements

It is recommended a daily vitamin D intake of 15 – 20 µg, RNI,2017. Examples of Vitamin D-rich foods are egg yolks, saltwater fish, liver, and fortified milk.

Can we stop bone loss from happening?

According to Dr Ahmad Norshahrid, we cannot stop our bone loss, because it is a natural ageing process and also because it has to do with our hormonal changes when we age, especially for women when their estrogen levels start to decline.

However, we can reduce our bone loss progression by taking the necessary amount of calcium  as part of balanced diet which can be found in:

  • Milk

  • Dairy products

  • Green leafy vegetables

  • Soy and soy products

It is even more effective if you start consuming food intake with adequate amounts of calcium in your early years. Then when you become older it will serve as a cloak of protection for your bones.

How much calcium and vitamin D do I need every day?

It is recommended a daily vitamin D intake of 15 – 20 µg, RNI,2017. Examples of Vitamin D-rich foods are egg yolks, saltwater fish, liver, and fortified milk.

Based on the Recommended Nutrient Intakes (RNI) for Malaysia, 2017, the calcium intake for young people is 1000mg per day. For women who are in their menopause stage, they should consume 1200mg of calcium per day.

The body needs vitamin D to absorb calcium. Without enough calcium, the body would take calcium from its stores in the bones, which weakens existing bone and prevents the formation of strong, new bone.

You can get vitamin D in three ways: 

  • Through the skin from sunlight

  • Your Diet

  • Supplements. 

 

Tips to keep your bones strong

Be physically active by doing regular exercise. Weight bearing exercises such as jogging, hiking and walking will build up your bones. Stay away from substance abuse such as smoking, drinking excessive alcohol as these substances would reduce your bone mass in the long run.

 

With a balanced diet and active lifestyle

We can keep our bones and muscles strong.

Moving might feel difficult as we age since we will lose flexibility and strength over time. Did You Know? Study shows¹ that those who consume 2 glasses of milk that comes with MFGM (milk fat globule membrane) and important nutrients along with regular exercise experienced:

  • 40% more improvement in muscle mass

  • 3x  the improvement in balance 

  • 2x the improvement in flexibility

¹ Compared to control. Source: Daly R et al. (2020) AJCN.112(2):427-446

Let’s stay active and eat a balanced diet every day. Try Anlene milk today.

Let’s take milk as part of a daily balanced diet and stay active to support our mobility, so that we can do more everyday.

Anlene Gold 5X

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Taking care of your bones, joints and muscles should start as early as possible to support your active lifestyle. 

Anlene Actifit 3X has 50% more nutrients** and contains high calcium, protein and collagen. This is great for adults to incorporate as part of their daily lifestyle. Let’s stay active to maintain everyday mobility.

**Referring to Calcium and Vitamin C when compared to 100 g Full Cream Milk Powder.
Source: Nutrient composition of Malaysian foods (1997).

Tips to keep your bones strong

Be physically active by doing regular exercise. Weight bearing exercises such as jogging, hiking and walking will build up your bones. Stay away from substance abuse such as smoking, drinking excessive alcohol as these substances would reduce your bone mass in the long run.

With a balanced diet and active lifestyle, we can keep our bones and muscles strong.

Moving might feel difficult as we age since we will lose flexibility and strength over time. Did You Know? Study shows¹ that those who consume 2 glasses of milk that comes with MFGM (milk fat globule membrane) and important nutrients along with regular exercise experienced:

  • 40% more improvement in muscle mass

  • 3x  the improvement in balance 

  • 2x the improvement in flexibility

¹ Compared to control. Source: Daly R et al. (2020) AJCN.112(2):427-446

Let’s stay active and eat a balanced diet every day. Try Anlene milk today.

Let’s take milk as part of a daily balanced diet and stay active to support our mobility, so that we can do more everyday.

Anlene Gold 5X

Anlene Gold 5X™ is scientifically formulated,  with MFGM Active™, High Protein, Calcium, Collagen and 10 Vitamins and Minerals, with no added sugars. It is recommended for adults 45 years old and above. Let’s care for mobility with the right nutrition & exercise!

Anlene Actifit 3X™

Taking care of your bones, joints and muscles should start as early as possible to support your active lifestyle. 

Anlene Actifit 3X has 50% more nutrients** and contains high calcium, protein and collagen. This is great for adults to incorporate as part of their daily lifestyle. Let’s stay active to maintain everyday mobility.

**Referring to Calcium and Vitamin C when compared to 100 g Full Cream Milk Powder.
Source: Nutrient composition of Malaysian foods (1997).

 

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These 5 outdoor activities are a great way to stay fit and healthy!

These 5 outdoor activities are a great way to stay fit and healthy!

These 5 outdoor activities are a great way to stay fit and healthy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As Malaysia now sees an increase in daily confirmed cases of Covid-19, we must take note that not all outdoor activities are a blanket green light when it comes to safety. However, if you want to unplug for a while and focus on your fitness goals, there are some outdoor activities that you can do while maintaining your social distance.

To help you plan your fitness activity, we have put together 5 outdoor activities that you can do to stay in tip top shape.

As Malaysia now sees an increase in daily confirmed cases of Covid-19, we must take note that not all outdoor activities are a blanket green light when it comes to safety. However, if you want to unplug for a while and focus on your fitness goals, there are some outdoor activities that you can do while maintaining your social distance.

To help you plan your fitness activity, we have put together 5 outdoor activities that you can do to stay in tip top shape.

Farm to Plate

Gardening can also keep yourself fit, and as a happy bonus, you could come out with some delicious—and free—fruits, vegetables, or herbs for your trouble. It can burn up to 300 calories in an hour. Not only can you burn calories, but in the end, you’ll have a beautiful landscape to show for it.

Farm to Plate is not a new concept; in fact it has been around for many, many years.

Essentially it means that the food on the table comes directly from your own garden, without going through a market, store or distributor along the way. This practice directly promotes a healthy eating practice.

In the video, Soon and Yean explain why they enjoy gardening and share some helpful tips for starting your very own vegetable garden.

Yoga for flexibility

Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing.

Are you too old for yoga? Definitely not!

A matter of fact it actually helps with our balance. This exercise can be carried out anywhere too, in your home or even outdoors, grab a mat and you’re good to go!

Find out some of the benefits of yoga and whether you have to be flexible to do yoga from Dania.

Lace up for a jog

Jogging regularly will allow you to maintain a healthy weight, especially if you also modify your diet. Performing active lifestyles helps to improve your bone health, immune system, strengthen muscles around joints and maintain flexibility as you age.

Get out of the house and get in a cardio workout at the same time.

As long as you’re able to social distance, jogging is a good choice if you want to get out of the house and get in a cardio workout at the same time. To be even safer, carry your hand sanitizer for double protection.

Find out from our jogging enthusiasts – Susan and Prince on the best time to go for a jog, what to do before you begin your jogging exercise and ways to relieve sore muscles and joints after a long jog.

Farm to Plate

Farm to Plate is not a new concept; in fact it has been around for many, many years. Essentially it means that the food on the table comes directly from your own garden, without going through a market, store or distributor along the way. This practice directly promotes a healthy eating practice.

Gardening can also keep yourself fit, and as a happy bonus, you could come out with some delicious—and free—fruits, vegetables, or herbs for your trouble.

It can burn up to 300 calories in an hour. Not only can you burn calories, but in the end, you’ll have a beautiful landscape to show for it.

In the video, Soon and Yean explain why they enjoy gardening and share some helpful tips for starting your very own vegetable garden.

 

Yoga for flexibility

A matter of fact it actually helps with our balance. This exercise can be carried out anywhere too, in your home or even outdoors, grab a mat and you’re good to go!

Find out some of the benefits of yoga and whether you have to be flexible to do yoga from Dania.

Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing. Are you too old for yoga? Definitely not!

Lace up for a jog

As long as you’re able to social distance, jogging is a good choice if you want to get out of the house and get in a cardio workout at the same time. To be even safer, carry your hand sanitizer for double protection.

Jogging regularly will allow you to maintain a healthy weight, especially if you also modify your diet.

Performing active lifestyles helps to improve your bone health, immune system, strengthen muscles around joints and maintain flexibility as you age.

Find out from our jogging enthusiasts – Susan and Prince on the best time to go for a jog, what to do before you begin your jogging exercise and ways to relieve sore muscles and joints after a long jog.

Ride your bike

Cycling is mainly an aerobic activity, which means that your heart, blood vessels and lungs all get a workout.

You will breathe deeper, perspire and experience increased body temperature, which will improve your overall fitness level.

Whether you’re cycling hard or going on an easy ride, remember that the same rules for jogging apply here — maintain proper social distance while you’re riding.

Let’s hear from cyclists – Munirah, Alif and Sandhya – on the benefits of cycling and their remedies to relieve leg or knee pain after cycling.

Take a hike

Going up and down hills gets the heart pumping, creating a great cardio workout. Like most cardio exercises, hiking helps reduce your risk of heart disease and improve your blood pressure.

It is a weight-bearing exercise, which builds and maintains strong bones, and helps prevent osteoporosis.

Let’s hear from seasoned hikers – Kelvin and Koshla – about why they love hiking and some tips for new hikers.

Ride your bike

Whether you’re cycling hard or going on an easy ride, remember that the same rules for jogging apply here — maintain proper social distance while you’re riding.

Let’s hear from cyclists – Munirah, Alif and Sandhya – on the benefits of cycling and their remedies to relieve leg or knee pain after cycling. 

Cycling is mainly an aerobic activity, which means that your heart, blood vessels and lungs all get a workout. You will breathe deeper, perspire and experience increased body temperature, which will improve your overall fitness level.

Take a hike

Going up and down hills gets the heart pumping, creating a great cardio workout. Like most cardio exercises, hiking helps reduce your risk of heart disease and improve your blood pressure. It is a weight-bearing exercise, which builds and maintains strong bones, and helps prevent osteoporosis.

Let’s hear from seasoned hikers – Kelvin and Koshla – about why they love hiking and some tips for new hikers.

Keep Moving and Stay Fit with a balanced diet

If you’re looking to set yourself up for optimal health, focusing only on exercise is not enough.

For those who are not regularly engaged in exercise

You may want to check with your healthcare professionals to assess your fitness level prior to starting a new exercise regimen. To maintain a healthy lifestyle you should combine your workout routine and eating nutritious foods as part of your balanced diet. Both of these will do wonders for your body and health!

Did you know?

Study shows that those who consume 2 glasses of milk that comes with MFGM (milk fat globule membrane) and important nutrients along with exercise regularly, experienced 40% more improvement in muscle mass, 3x the improvement in balance and 2x the improvement in flexibility.

Anlene Gold 5X

As we age, moving might feel harder. Our bones, joints and muscles may become weaker and affect our strength and flexibility to perform daily activities.

Anlene Gold 5X™ is scientifically formulated for adults 45 years old and above with MFGM Active™, high protein, 10 Vitamins and Minerals, Collagen and has no added sugars.

Anlene Actifit 3X™

Taking care of your bones, joints and muscles should start from as early as possible to support your active lifestyle. 

Anlene Actifit 3X™ is specially formulated with 50% more nutrients* and Movemax™, contains high calcium, protein, collagen, 10 vitamins and minerals

Keep Moving and Stay Fit with a balanced diet

If you’re looking to set yourself up for optimal health, focusing only on exercise is not enough. For those who are not regularly engaged in exercise, you may want to check with your healthcare professionals to assess your fitness level prior to starting a new exercise regimen. To maintain a healthy lifestyle you should combine your workout routine and eating nutritious foods as part of your balanced diet. Both of these will do wonders for your body and health!

Did you know?

Study shows that those who consume 2 glasses of milk that comes with MFGM (milk fat globule membrane) and important nutrients along with exercise regularly, experienced 40% more improvement in muscle mass, 3x the improvement in balance and 2x the improvement in flexibility.

Anlene Gold 5X

As we age, moving might feel harder. Our bones, joints and muscles may become weaker and affect our strength and flexibility to perform daily activities.

Anlene Gold 5X™ is scientifically formulated for adults 45 years old and above with MFGM Active™, high protein, 10 Vitamins and Minerals, Collagen and has no added sugars.

Anlene Actifit 3X™

Taking care of your bones, joints and muscles should start from as early as possible to support your active lifestyle. 

Anlene Actifit 3X™ is specially formulated with 50% more nutrients* and Movemax™, contains high calcium, protein, collagen, 10 vitamins and minerals

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