Video: CEO Coffee 111 Plan

Sunday, 20 September 2020


This little clip shares with you:

- How to brew the best coffee in the world.

- CEO Coffee's background story.

- The quality ingredients used.

- The amazing benefits it offers.

And more importantly..

How to make money simply by encouraging your friends to enjoy CEO Coffee with you.

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Video: Benefits of Vitaking Collagen

Sunday, 30 August 2020

Let me share with you about Vitaking collagen.

Take it when you're in pain - sprain your neck / shoulder, twist your ankle / back, fracture a bone, tear a muscle, knee pain etc. 

Or take it because you play a lot of sports / run marathons, walk a lot, climb a lot of stairs etc. 

Or you simply want to maintain your radiance and youthful look.

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Video: Top 5 Benefits of Lactoberry Probiotics

Saturday, 15 August 2020

What are the top 5 benefits of Lactoberry Probiotics?

Here's what it can do for you..

(a) Digestion

(b) Indigestion

(c) Constipation

(d) Diarrhea

(e) Urinary tract infections.

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Video: Nutritious & Tasty Meals Anywhere, Anytime

Sunday, 2 August 2020

A meal that's tasty, nutritious, healthy & easy to prepare. 
At work, at home or during holidays. 
For breakfast, lunch or dinner. 
For your kids, your elderly folks and yourself. 
Excellent value for money.

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Exclusive: Solutions to Women's Diseases (Cysts, Fibroids, Polyps and Endometriosis)

Sunday, 19 July 2020

The 4 common types of growths that are related to women's reproductive organs (comprising ovaries, fallopian tubes and uterus) are cysts, fibroids, polyps and endometriosis.

Click on this link for details on the various types of growths and the symptoms, causes and complications:

This article covers 4 ways to address these diseases:

1. Western way of treatment, i.e. by using medicine.
2. Natural way to treat / prevent.
3. TCM (traditional Chinese medicine) way of treatment.
4. How Shuang Hor products help.

1. Western Treatment

1(a) Medicine

These 4 methods are usually advised if the size of the growth is less than 5 cm.

a) Watchful waiting
Doctors may decide not to prescribe anything. If the person's liver function is strong, the growths may resolve on their own.

b) Using birth control pills or hormone therapy
The main function is to stop ovulation and prevent the developments of new cysts. It also slows endometrial tissue growth and prevent new implants of endometrial tissue. But it isn't a permanent fix for endometriosis.

c) Control and lessen symptoms uterine fibroids and polyps
The most commonly used drug is gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) agonists, which blocks the production of estrogen and progesterone. 
Another method is by using progestin-releasing intrauterine device (IUD) or Mirena to help relieve heavy bleeding.

d) Tranexamic acid (Lysteda)
It is used to treat heavy menstrual bleeding. 

Side effects of medicine

a) Birth control pills or hormone therapy
By using this method, high levels of estrogen will be produced, which convinces your pituitary gland that you are pregnant and you don't need to ovulate anymore.

Mild side effects: Larger breasts, weight gain or loss, reduced or increased acne.
Serious side effects: Increased risk of cervical and breast cancer, heart attack and stroke, migraine, yeast (candida) overgrowth and infection because birth control pills destroy the beneficial bacteria in your intestines.

b) GnRH agonists
Side effects include hypoestrogenism, hot flashes, headaches and osteoporosis (thus it's common for doctor to also prescribe calcium or bone strengthening medicine to be taken at the same time).

c) Progestin releasing IUD, Mirena
Side effects include irregular periods, benign ovarian cysts, pelvic pain and depression.

1(b) Operation / Surgery

If the growth is bigger than 5 cm, doctors may recommend surgery.

a) Remove ovarian cysts
  • Laparoscopy (for small cysts). A surgical procedure where an instrument is inserted through the navel to perform minimally invasive surgery.
  • Laparotomy (for large cysts). A large incision is made on the abdominal wall and if the growth is found to be cancerous from biopsy, a hysterectomy (removal of ovaries and uterus) will be performed.
b) Remove uterine fibroids
  • Hysterectomy - removal of uterus.
  • Myomectomy - removal of fibroids only.
c) Remove uterine polyps
  • Hysteroscopy - removal of polyps via the insertion of a tube through the vagina. Biopsy is then conducted.
d) Remove endometriosis
  • The initial surgery will seek to remove only the endometriosis (laparoscopically or conventional abdominal surgery). 
  • hysterectomy and removal of both ovaries may be necessary for severe cases of endometriosis. The side effects include osteoporosis and accelerated ageing.
2. Naturopathy

Practicing a healthy lifestyle and diet helps prevent growths.

a) To relieve pelvic pain
  • Warm baths and a heating pad can help relax pelvic muscles, reduce cramping and pain.
  • Avoid cold drinks.
  • Regular exercise.
b) How to shrink fibroids and cysts naturally
  • Take complex carbo and low glycemic carbo to prevent diabetes (thus reducing risk of cysts) and prevent obesity (associated with development of fibroids). Avoid intake of white rice, white sugar and white bread.
  • Do physical activities for at least 30 minutes, 5 days a week (stabilise blood sugar levels and lose weight).
  • Eat more healthy protein such as fish, beans, legumes and low-fat dairy products instead red meat or dark meat poultry.
3) Natural treatments for endometriosis symptoms
Avoid food that lead to inflammation, including dairy products, processed foods, refined sugar and excessive caffeine and carbo.


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Women's Diseases (Cysts, Fibroids, Polyps and Endometriosis) on Womb, Uterus and Ovary

Sunday, 12 July 2020

This post gives you an overview of the 4 main diseases related to women's reproductive organs, namely cysts, fibroids, polyps and endometriosis.

Before that, let's take a look at the functions of 2 major hormones that can cause havoc here, which are estrogen and progesterone.

Functions of Estrogen

1) Send message to uterus to grow and replace the lining that's shed during previous menstruation.

2) Maintain proper rate of bone breakdown (osteoclast) and prevent bone loss (osteoporosis).

3) Develop female sex characteristics - breasts and sexual organ.

4) During pregnancy, reduce the function of thyroid hormone. This reduces metabolism rate, thereby conserving energy for the growth of foetus. As a result, ladies put on weight during pregnancy.

5) Increase production of thyroid binding globulin (TBG), which decreases metabolism and increases fat deposits to have enough energy for the foetus if a pregnancy develops.

6) During puberty and pregnancy, the secretion of estrogen is high but decreases after menopause. Excessive exercise can also lead to lower estrogen because women with too little fat cannot produce sufficient estrogen.

Too high or too low level of estrogen can lead to depression, anxiety and insomnia, decreased sex drive and concentration.

Functions of Progesterone

1) Produced after ovulation to maintain the stability of endometrium and provide the environment for embryo growth. If the lady is not pregnant, progesterone reduces and signals the beginning of menstruation.

2) Reduce response to estrogen receptor. For example, high estrogen secretion can cause breast enlargement; so progesterone appears to stop the continuous growth of breast cells.

3) Stimulate bone osteoblast (make new bones to replace old bones). If not, it increases the risk of osteoporosis.

4) Reduce TBG - stored fats are utilised. Low progesterone level can lead to weight gain. It's common for ladies to take hormone pills for their menstruation problem. But the side effect is, these drugs block the production of estrogen and progesterone thus causing the ladies to put on weight.

5) Stimulate sex drive as it can be converted to testosterone.

6) Affect the brain by reducing anxiety, insomnia and depression.

Now let's look at the different types of reproductive system diseases.

1. Ovarian Cysts

(a) Functional cysts

(i) Follicle cyst (also called water cyst)
During a woman's menstrual cycle, an egg grows in a sac called a follicle, which breaks open to release the egg. But if the follicle doesn't break open, the fluid inside the follicle can form a cyst. It's the most common type.

(ii) Corpus luteum cyst
Follicle sacs typically dissolve after releasing the egg. But if it doesn't and the opening of the follicle seals, additional fluid can develop inside the sac. This accumulation of fluid causes a corpus luteum cyst. They are usually harmless and disappear by themselves.

(b) Others
(i) Ovarian dermoid cysts
Sac-like growths that contain hair, fat and other tissues.

(ii) Ovarian cystadenomas
Non-cancerous growths on the outer surface of ovaries.

(iii) Ovarian endometriomas (also called chocolate cyst)
Tissues which normally grow inside the uterus develop outside and attach to ovaries (15% of cysts types).

(iv) Polycystic ovary syndrome

Cysts (i) and (ii) can become large, causing ovaries to move out of position, leading to pain.

Symptoms - pelvic pain, bloating, heaviness in abdomen.
Complications - twisting of ovary, rupture (causing internal bleeding), ovarian cancer especially higher risk for postmenopausal women.
Causes - functional cysts are due to menstrual cycle. The others are unknown.

2. Uterine fibroids (benign tumour)
(a) Intramural
Grows inside the wall of the womb. It's the most common.

(b) Submucosal
Grows towards the inside of the uterus cavity and hence will affect pregnancy.

(c) Subserosal
Grows towards the outside the uterus.

Symptoms - heavy menstrual bleeding, period lasting more than 1 week, pelvic pressure or pain.
Complications - anaemia from heavy blood loss, infertility, miscarriage.
Causes - genetic, imbalanced estrogen and progesterone hormones, insulin-like growth factor (diabetic patients are at higher risk).

3. Uterine polyps

They are growths attached to the inner wall of the uterus that extend to the uterine cavity. In other words, they are the overgrowth of cells in the lining of uterus (endometrium) which lead to the formation of uterine polyps (endometrial polyps).

They are usually benign although some can eventually turn cancerous.

Symptoms - vaginal bleeding, bleeding after intercourse, heavy menstrual bleeding.
Complications - infertility, miscarriage.
Causes - too much estrogen.
Risk factors - being peri or postmenopausal, has HBP, is obese or takes Tamoxifen drugs for breast cancer.

4. Endometriosis

Endometrial tissue normally grow in the uterus to prepare the lining of the womb for ovulation. Endometriosis is the buildup of these tissues that grow outside the uterus. These displaced tissues cannot be expelled during menstruation. 

It may effect the ovaries (more frequent), fallopian tubes, peritoneum and lymph nodes.

Symptoms - painful period, pain during intercourse, pain during bowel movement or urination.
Complications - infertility, ovarian cancer.
Causes - retrograde menstruation, transformation of peritoneal cells (due to hormones or immune factors), transformation of embryonic cells (due to estrogen), immune system disorder (not able to recognise and destroy endometrial tissues growing outside the uterus).

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5 Reasons for Stomach Bloating

Sunday, 28 June 2020

Bloating is very common. Your stomach feels tight and full of air. The local term of "angin" is used to describe that feeling of trapped air. It's one of the symptoms of indigestion.

Here are 5 reasons why stomach bloating and indigestion happen:

1) Constipation
Stools stored in your rectum and colon is old food that's being broken down and release gas, which build up and go back into your upper gut, causing the bloated feeling. The longer stools stay in the colon, the more water is reabsorbed and the more difficult it is to evacuate.

2) Gastroparesis
Diabetes, hypothyroidism and Parkinson's disease can cause the gut to move slower than normal. Food is difficult to be broken down and absorbed properly.

3) Aerophagia
Excessive swallowing of air by people who have disorders such as anxiety or depression can cause bloating.

4) Food intolerance
Inability to digest foods like lactose and gluten can cause abdominal discomfort. Fermentation of undigested carbo (from foods like bread, honey, soft cheese, beer and apples) release gas and causes bloating.

5) IBS
Even though it's a benign disorder, the symptoms can be severe enough to interfere with normal daily activities and affect quality of life. Bloating associated with IBS may result from bacterial fermentation of undigested or increased sensitivity of gut to normal gas volumes.

It's normal to feel bloated occasionally. But you should consult your doctor if it's associated with these symptoms:
- Unexplained weight loss
- Loss of appetite
- Blood in stools 
- Disturbed sleep from the discomfort
- Chest discomfort masquerading as heart attack (pain radiating to the neck, profuse sweating or dizziness)
- Gallstones and gall bladder diseases
- Pancreatic disorders 
- Ovarian diseases
- Fluid accumulation outside organs (ascites), leading to heart failure, liver cirrhosis, kidney disorders and thyroid diseases.

Can probiotics help?

Yes. It helps to take probiotics for various conditions including inflammation of intestinal walls, IBS as well as after taking antibiotics. It is important to choose good quality probiotics products with sufficient quantity which remain alive to do the job. Lactoberry probiotics is one such products.

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Advice for a healthy digestive system

Our skin and gut are "linked" so some gut diseases manifest as skin problems e.g. eczema, psoriasis and allergies. Maintaining a healthy gut can address skin problems.

Some lifestyle tips to keep your gut healthy:
- Reduce stress 
- Maintain regular and sufficient sleeping hours
- Chew your food properly
- Don't rush through your meals
- Drink water
- Avoid highly processed food, animal fats and refined sugar.

Another proven way to help keep your gut healthy and prevent bloating is to take Lingzhi / Ganoderma. Click on this link for videos on the scientific researches and benefits of Shuang Hor Lingzhi.

(Source: Misconceptions about bloating, Datin Dr Sharmila Sachithanandan, Starhealth 21/6/2020)

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