Bits & Bites #225 - Health: Take Lingzhi as Annual or Daily Program

Sunday, 19 January 2020

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There are 2 ways to consume Lingzhi. Think of the analogy of cleaning your house.

(i) You can do a spring-clean once a year. It's going to take a lot of time, effort and give you a lot of discomfort during the process because a house that has not been cleaned for a whole year is very dirty.

(ii) You can do a simple cleaning everyday. It takes discipline so the effort is smaller.

In other words, it's a choice between taking a high-dose of Lingzhi for 1 month every year or taking a maintenance dosage every day.
Which is better? For me, taking a little a day every day is better than scrambling at the end of every year. But both options are available for you.


If you have these 3 criteria, you can live a longer life:
(a) Have a high HDL level.
(b) Have a lower heartbeat.
(c) Have a lot of kidney essence.


Be careful when you're looking for a solution to cleanse your blood. I do not know of anything in the market that can cleanse the blood in a truly effective manner.
Aspirin and heparin are blood thinners, with dangerous side effects of internal bleeding.
Fruit juices do a good detox job, but the difference is its potency, when compared to Lingzhi / Ganoderma. This is because Lingzhi does a much deeper cleansing, right down to the cellular level and not merely detoxing the organs. Lingzhi is a super effective blood cleanser.


When you take a lot of medicines, you should take it together with Lingzhi. Your health improvement will be better because Lingzhi helps to:
(i) Reduce the burden on your liver and kidney.
(ii) Protect your liver and kidney cells so that they can be used longer.

If you cannot change your lifestyle or stop the allergens that cause you to take drugs, take it together with Lingzhi. Having said that, drugs cannot be taken long term. The best way is to still control your food and lifestyle.


Lingzhi / Ganoderma from Shuang Hor has been scientifically proven to be excellent for our overall health. The high potency ones are thus not cheap. How can friends with budget considerations afford it? This is what I tell them -
"If your pocket is deep, eat more. If not, eat less.
What is important is to consume some everyday."
As the saying goes - An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

Grub by Ahong
This post is part of a series sharing Bits of mishmash on health, my business and life in general, which I find inspirational, enlightening or enriching. And Bites of delicious food I have enjoyed.

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Guest Blog: Oral Hygiene and Orthodontics

Sunday, 12 January 2020


It’s essential to take care of your teeth for a myriad of reasons, but when you’re under orthodontic treatment, it is even more important to be vigilant when it comes to your teeth. Your braces or aligners (also called orthodontic appliances) realign your teeth or correct your bite, but they can also catch food, which increases plaque production. If there’s one enemy of a healthy mouth, it’s plaque.

When food catches in your braces or aligners, plaque is produced on the surface of your teeth. Plaque is made up of biofilm – a thin scrim of microorganisms, organic material, and harmful bacteria. This bacterium consumes the caught food and produces acids in the digestion process that can be harmful to your teeth’s surfaces.

People who have been undergoing orthodontic treatment are even more susceptible to plaque build-up because food is caught more easily in the nooks and crannies of braces and aligners.

There are some ways to keep your teeth healthy and happy during your orthodontic treatment, including adjusting your diet, good daily oral hygiene, and regular visits to your dental team. Here are some ways you can safeguard your mouth and teeth against plaque and decay, even when you have braces.

Diet and Decay

The best way to avoid tooth decay, especially when you’re undergoing orthodontic treatment, is to watch what you put in your mouth. Avoid foods and liquids that encourage the production of plaque or can physically damage your teeth.

This means avoiding foods and drinks that have high amounts of sugar, such as ice cream, candy, and soda. Even small adjustments to your diet – substituting sweetener for sugar in your tea, for example – can make a difference over the long-term.

Another threat to your teeth and your orthodontic work is exceptionally hard or sticky foods. This category may slip under the radar, but sticky foods like toffee or caramels, hard foods like nuts and hard sweets, or chewy foods like beef jerky can damage your orthodontic work through wear and tear.

However, some hard foods are essential to good health. Don't avoid nutritious foods just because they are hard. Cut up foods like apples and carrots into small pieces before eating them.

Avoid biting your nails while you have orthodontic braces. Hard foods and hard biting can damage the brackets and wires.

Taking sugary, hard, or chewy foods and drinks in moderate amounts is essential at any stage of your life, but when you have braces or aligners, it’s crucial. You do not want to report back to your orthodontist that you’ve damaged your braces and your teeth because you’ve been snacking on too many toffees.

Daily Maintenance

Flossing and brushing are essential for anyone who wants to have a healthy mouth, but this can be laborious if you have a mouth full of orthodontic appliances. Getting a brush or your floss around all the brackets and wires can be challenging. Luckily, there are some tools and tips to get around these challenges.

A soft toothbrush is very helpful in cleaning a mouth with orthodontic appliances. There are also bi-level toothbrushes with bristles of varying length, usually longer on the outsides and shorter in the middle. Studies have shown that there is a slight decrease in plaque production in subjects who used bi-level brushes.

Fluoride treatments help boost your resistance to cavities. Supplemental antiseptic rinses are used to calm gum inflammation.

Professional Care

While you visit your orthodontist to get your braces or aligners adjusted, you should also schedule a follow-up visit to talk specifically about oral hygiene. Studies have shown that visiting your orthodontist soon after a procedure increases your oral health and hygiene.

In addition to regular visits to your orthodontist, you should also visit your dentist. Orthodontists work on your alignment and bite, whereas your regular dentist monitors your gums and teeth. When you are under orthodontic treatment, it’s more important than ever to keep up with your dental visits.

With an excellent oral health team made up of your orthodontist, dentist, and, most importantly, you, your mouth will continue to be healthy long after the braces are off. That’s something to smile about.

Disclaimer: This article is contributed by a Guest Blogger. Ping of Health does not give any warranty on accuracy, completeness, functionality, usefulness or other assurances as to the content appearing in this article. Ping of Health disclaims all responsibility for any losses, damage or personal injury suffered directly or indirectly from reliance on such information.
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5 Tips to Take Care of Gut Health

Sunday, 29 December 2019

I came across an article which I find to be a helpful reminder on taking care of a very important system in our body, which is our digestive system. The authors are with the Malaysian Dietitians' Association.

Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, says ~ All diseases begin in the gut.

The gut is the largest immune organ in our body and forms up to 80% of our body's defences against illnesses. The intestines are home to immune "sensors" called Peyer's patches, which play a key role in identifying harmful pathogens in our gut and triggering our body's immune response against them. Good gut health can be maintained when the balance of microorganisms living in our digestive system is about 85% good bacteria to 15% bad bacteria.

Reasons for uncontrolled increase in the number of bad bacteria:
  • medication
  • chemicals / toxins in the surroundings
  • sudden dietary changes
  • excessive alcohol consumption
  • high levels of stress.
Symptoms vary in intensity and include:
  • bad breath
  • upset stomach
  • constipation / diarrhoea
  • stomach bloating.
5 Tips on how to take care of the health of your digestive system

1) Practise balance, moderation and variety (BMV) in daily diet

Balance - include foods from all 5 food groups in the Malaysian Food Pyramid.
Moderation - portions are served in accordance with the recommended number of servings per food group.
Variety - comprise a variety of foods from each food group.

2) Include foods rich in fiber and probiotics

The importance of dietary fibre cannot be overstated. Non-digestible dietary fiber helps regulate bowel movement and gives the correct consistency and bulk to stools.
Good sources for dietary fibre - legumes, whole grains, vegetables, fruits.

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Certain dietary fibres are a source of prebiotics, which serve as food for the gut bacteria.
Prebiotic-rich foods - garlic, onion, asparagus, bananas, as well as fruit-oligosaccharides and inulin.

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3) Consume probiotic-rich foods

Taking food which contain good bacteria help you maintain a healthy gut microbiota balance, and improve gastrointestinal disorders like IBS, diarrhoea and constipation, as well as enhance immunity.
Probiotic-rich foods - cultured milk, tapai, homemade yoghurt, tempeh and kimchi.

To me, Lactoberry is my best source of probiotic because I can take it anywhere with me even when I travel and the benefits are excellent. Click here to check out the long list of benefits..

4) Drink plenty of water

Sufficient fluids are needed to aid in food digestion. Water is also important to prevent constipation because fiber pulls water into the colon to create softer and bulkier stools, allowing them to pass through more easily.

5) Be active

Your gut will function optimally when you lead a physically active lifestyle and maintain a healthy body weight. In turn, this practice will have a positive impact on your overall health.

(Source: Maintaining beneficial bacteria, Starhealth, 28 April 2019)

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Guest Blog: Thyroid and Its Impacts on Dental Health

Sunday, 22 December 2019

The thyroid is a butterfly shaped gland in the front of your neck along the windpipe. The hormones it secretes influence your metabolism, growth, development, and even body temperature.

According to the Mayo Clinic, knowing how your thyroid works and what signs indicate something is amiss can help you get the care you need. If you have had thyroid problems, you may not have realised that your thyroid can also impact your dental care.

Side Effects of Thyroid on Oral Health

Those who have had trouble with their thyroid are at greater risk of several dental health issues.

● Burning mouth syndrome is a disorder that causes an uncomfortable burning sensation
● Desgeusia is marked by a change in the way things taste
● Xerostomia or Sjorgen’s Syndrome cause dry mouth, which accelerates tooth decay

Specific dental problems associated with an underactive thyroid or hypothyroidism include:

● Temporomandibular Disorders - this can include painful jaw spasms
● Temporomandibular joint causes discomfort in the joint controlling your jaw
● Accelerated tooth decay and cavities
● Macroglossia, or an enlarged/swollen tongue
● Enlarged salivary glands
● Greater risk of swollen or infected gums.

For those who suffer from an overactive thyroid, or hyperthyroidism, there are a different set of dental issues:

● Rapid decay of your molars
● Temperature sensitive teeth
● Bone loss in the jaw
● Increased risk of cavities and gingivitis

Knowing what to look out for may help you curb or even avoid these adverse effects.

What to Do Before Any Dental Treatment

If you are experiencing unusual dental symptoms, book a screening with your doctor. Diagnosis and treatment of a thyroid condition can help to resolve your oral health issues.

Always make your dentist aware of any medical condition and the medications you are taking. This information should be included in your medical history to help with the diagnosis and treatment of dental problems.

If you are not currently seeing a dentist, use the phrase 'dentist near me' online to get a list of local dental practices near you as well as patient reviews.

Side Effects of Dental Health Product

As you receive treatment for your thyroid, be aware that many dental care products can harm your thyroid function. Here is a list of products you may want to avoid:

Bisphenol A (BPA) - Most composite material used to fill dental cavities contains a derivative of this chemical. An endocrine disruptor, BPA can have adverse effects on your thyroid’s functionality. Ask your dentist if the composite material includes BPA and request BPA-free composites.

Triclosan - This is a chemical found in many oral health products, including toothpaste, mouthwashes, and oral rinses. While it is beneficial for fighting plaque, it is also an endocrine disruptor. Look at the label and consider avoiding products that contain this chemical. Your dentist may use products containing triclosan during routine visits, so ask for alternatives.

Fluoride - While dental health organizations encourage fluoride products to help reduce the risk of cavities, those who oppose fluoride point to the harmful effects of the chemical. Research has shown that exposure to higher levels of fluoride may be associated with an increased risk of hypothyroidism. To reduce your exposure to fluoride, look for fluoride-free toothpaste and mouth rinses. Also, ask your dentist if you can skip fluoride treatments during your visit.

How an X-ray Is Hazardous to the Thyroid

As the thyroid gland is sensitive to radiation, getting X-rays may increase the risk of thyroid cancer. Studies have shown that risks of thyroid cancer increase with multiple dental X-rays. However, they are not considered risky when performed only occasionally.

If you want to limit the number of dental X-rays you receive, you can refuse your dentist’s request for routine X-rays. Otherwise, you can agree to an X-ray only if you have a specific issue or if your dentist believes a situation requires it.

The New York Times suggested that those concerned about radiation may search for a dentist who uses digital X-rays, which deliver much less radiation. If that is unavailable, always insist on wearing a thyroid collar when receiving a dental X-ray. A lead thyroid collar is placed around your neck and protects your thyroid from X-ray radiation.

If a thyroid shield is unavailable, inexpensive collars are readily available online for purchase so that you can use one during appointments with the dentist. For those working in the dental profession, take adequate measures to protect yourself and routinely wear a thyroid collar when administering any dental X-rays.

It's Important to Discuss Your Condition with Your Dentist

Regular dental check-ups are recommended for those with thyroid disease. Talk to your dentist about your thyroid problem and discuss any medications associated with your thyroid disease. Secondary conditions related to your thyroid disease may also require medications that affect the way you respond to anaesthesia or how your blood clots. Before performing any procedures, your dentist must have a comprehensive understanding of your condition and treatment.

Disclaimer: This article is contributed by a Guest Blogger. Ping of Health does not give any warranty on accuracy, completeness, functionality, usefulness or other assurances as to the content appearing in this article. Ping of Health disclaims all responsibility for any losses, damage or personal injury suffered directly or indirectly from reliance on such information.

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How to Eat Right - What You Should Know About Fats

Sunday, 15 December 2019

F-A-T-S is a bad four-letter word to many of us. We are under the impression that fats make us fat and is bad for our health. But these perceptions are only half right.

In fact, fats is the second most important macro-nutrients needed by our body and it performs many important functions, including:
  • Natural hormone replacement.
  • Nervous system. Otherwise, we get agitated / frightened easily.
  • Enhance immune system.
  • Suppress appetite e.g. coconut oil.
  • Burn stored fat.
  • Brain function - stay focus, alert, better memory.
  • Eyesight.
  • Healthy skin - prevent dry skin and cracked heels.
  • Lubricate joints.
  • Reduce inflammation of cells (especially omega 3 and 6 oils).
  • Pregnant women and nursing mothers.
However - only GOOD fat can deliver all these benefits.

What is the Difference between Bad Fat and Good Fat?

Bad Fat

These are hydrogenated fats, and its by-products called trans fat.
Certain oil contains a strong odour and has a short storage period. When they are put through a food processing process called hydrogenation i.e. injection of hydrogen atoms into the oil, these 2 problems are resolved - it gets rid of the rancid smell and the fat has longer expiry dates. The down side is, it increases your risk of heart disease.

Oils such as coconut oil, grapeseed oil, sunflower oil etc contain good fats. But it's the hydrogenation process that turn them into bad oil. These types of oil are easily identified because they are sold in clear, plastic containers.

Saturated fat are solid in room temperature. Examples include animal fat and butter. When they enter our body, they solidify and over time, block our arteries. However, if we exercise regularly and burn the fat quickly, they will not store in the body long enough to solidify in the blood vessels.

Coconut oil is also rich in saturated fat. But research found that coconut is rich in MCT (medium chain triglycerides). Intake of MCT saturated fat gives many health benefits.

For more info in the health benefits of coconut oil, click here..
In other words, coconut oil is actually good for you.

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Good Fat

Unsaturated fat is a good fat. It is classified into 2 categories:

(a) Mono-unsaturated
A common source is olive oil. However, make sure you select those labelled "unrefined, extra-virgin", or even better, "organic". Don't be fooled by words like "natural, light, pure, etc", which are marketing gimmicks.

(b) Poly-unsaturated
It is mostly in liquid form, even when kept in the fridge. The most important ones that we must eat are omega-3 and omega-6 because they cannot be manufactured by our body.
Examples include deep sea fish (salmon, mackerel, trout), flaxseed, nuts (walnut, almond), tofu, soybean oil.

Flaxseed has a low burning temperature so it should ideally be stored in the fridge and not used for cooking. It is best used for salad dressing.
Nuts are best eaten Raw (not Roasted). Their oils are very sensitive to heat and roasting changes the molecular structure of the fat from being a good fat to bad fat.

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Bits & Bites #224 - Testimonies: Viral Infection, Meningitis, Pneumonia and Fever

Sunday, 8 December 2019

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Testimony: Viral Infection on a 9-Year Old Girl

In Oct 2017, Ms A's whole family suffered from a viral infection, with flu-like symptoms, body ache, fever etc. Ms A's 9 year old daughter suffered quite badly. She suddenly had high fever (38.5'C), body ache, no appetite and no energy, on the Sat and Sun before Depavali. She was fed 2 capsules Yung Kien Ganoderma + 1 sachet Yung Kien Pollen. Even though she vomited, Ms A continued to feed her as she wanted her daughter to have some Lingzhi inside her body.

Ms A eventually decided to give her daughter half capsule Yung Kien Ganoderma every hour, to make sure she has Lingzhi in her system the whole time. She vomited the first dose but managed to keep in the second dose.

On Day 3 (Mon), she managed to take 4-5 Yung Kien Ganoderma + 6-9 Lactoberry. She also drank Luchun Tea (mixed with half sachet Vitaking) throughout the day, to ensure she is not dehydrated. She was not vomiting anymore. She had constipation. She could sleep through the night.

On Day 4 (Tue), her fever broke. She had more energy and could eat some bread. She also drank Jia Hor Soya Protein. She had a lot of phlegm which she did not know how to excrete so Ms A felt the vomit is good for her to flush the unwanted things out of her body and help her feel better.

On Day 6 (Thu), Ms A had a family outing in Malacca. The little girl was already pretty much herself.


Testimony: Suspected Meningitis 

Mr P's friend, an IT consultant, 50s, had a sudden high fever and a severe sharp pain in his head. It lasted for many days and taking panadols did not help. One day he fainted and fell into a coma. He was admitted to UH. He had an outbreak of red colour spots all over his body which eventually turned black. He was in coma for 1 week. At that time, his company terminated his contract as it did not want to bear future responsibility.

It was a case of suspected viral meningitis but was not confirmed. When he didn't regain consciousness after 1 week, his wife suddenly remembered that Lingzhi is effective for viral attacks. Mr P gave her 2 bottles Yung Kien Ganoderma. The doctor strongly forbade her to feed him Lingzhi. He only relented after he got her to sign a disclaimer form to discharge the hospital of any responsibility.

Due to budget constraint, she fed him only 20 capsules Yung Kien Ganoderma a day. Despite that, he regained consciousness after taking less than 1 bottle. He was discharged after 1 week. Due to the long ordeal, his brain has been damaged. However, he is still alive 4 years later.


Testimony: Pneumonia and General Health

Mr T started taking Lingzhi 15 years ago (at the age of 26) when he suffered from pneumonia again. He used to have pneumonia every 2-3 years. He believed he had caused a lot of damage to his lungs and liver as he used to smoke 2 packs of cigarettes a day and drank hard liquor every other day. He has never taken less than 12 capsules Lingzhi a day since he got started.
It took him about 2 years to get his first proper detox because his body was not in a good condition. 
Healing reactions: He coughed up a lot of phlegm.
His body felt cold from the inside but the skin was warm to the touch. It is an acidic body constitution. He felt very lethargic. He could not stay awake around 4-5 pm and had to sleep. But when he lay down, he couldn't sleep. The body was aching for 2-3 days. His stomach was growling. He had diarrhoea and passed out very smelly, sticky, black stools.
After this period of detox, he experienced an increased level of vitality. He felt more energetic. Then he had another episode of diarrhoea, going to the toilet 3 times in the morning before going to work. It lasted for 5 days. After that, he felt well again.


Testimony: Cough and Fever

Ms Y's 14 year old daughter fell sick during school holidays. She had fever and a bit of cough. Ms Y told her to take Lactoberry every 2 hours. She obediently did so because she wanted to go out with her friends the next day. Amazingly, she recovered the next day and was able to go out with her friends.

After that, Ms Y herself fell sick on the eve of Winter Solstice. It started with sore throat. She took 1 capsule Yung Kien Ganoderma, removed the capsule, poured the powder to coat her throat and went to sleep. The sore throat disappeared the next day. She also felt feverish and her body was aching. She took 2 sachets Vitaking a day and every hour, 2 Yung Kien Ganoderma + 2 Lactoberry. She recovered within 1 day and could enjoy her holidays.

The following weekend, it was the turn of her son and husband to fall sick - feverish and vomiting. On Sunday morning, she told them to take Lactoberry and Yung Kien Ganoderma. She boiled 10 sachets Luchun Tea in a pot of water for them to drink. Her son also took Vitaking because he had back pain. Her husband was still unwell on Sunday night and she was prepared for the eventuality that she had to open shop and work alone on Monday.

She boiled porridge for lunch and cooked meehoon for dinner, adding Jia Hor Seasoning to both. Surprisingly, on Monday morning, her husband felt well enough to go to work. As he still had sore throat and still wasn't feeling well, Ms Y packed Lactoberry and Yung Kien Ganoderma together with sandwiches for his lunch. By night time, he had recovered.

So the Secret is, when you are about to fall sick, quickly take high dosage of Shuang Hor products. You will see very marked difference and very rapid recovery.


Testimony: Fever and Swollen Ankle

Mr L said one day when he had fever, he went to see a doctor as he wasn't familiar with Shuang Hor products then. The doctor gave him antibiotics and another type of medicine. After a few days, his ankle was swollen. When he consulted the doctor again, he was told it could be caused by blood clots. He felt very frightened and worried.

Only then, he consulted his friend on how Shuang Hor products could help and was advised to take 2 capsules Yung Kien Ganoderma each time, 3 times a day. After a few days, he felt the swelling and pain had reduced. He was really surprised. He continued to take and eventually recovered. He also did not feel tired easily as compared to the past.

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Exclusive - Ganoderma Bulletin: Lingzhi and Breast Cancer

Sunday, 1 December 2019

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I put this article together from a seminar on Lingzhi and Breast Cancer, highlighting the alternative solutions and remedies, which in turn is taken from Ganoderma Bulletin 2018 (Issue 77). This Bulletin is published in Taiwan and updates readers on the contribution of Lingzhi / Ganoderma to our health.

Nowadays, information is easily available everywhere. So as a supplier of health products, it is not enough to just tell people what you have is good; you need to back it up with reliable sources. In the market, there are a lot of magazines and books produced by suppliers of products themselves. But how reliable are they? Are they backed up with real information? Some are just writers who are very creative in promoting their products. When we say something is reliable - it should be backed up by someone or some institutions with authority e.g. for health products, good sources are research reports published by medical experts in medical journals.

Ganoderma Bulletin is published on a quarterly basis by the Microbiological Research Institute of Taiwan. The articles are like those published in Western medical journals, just that they are written in Chinese, as this journal publishes information on Lingzhi, which is more widely researched in the Oriental part of the world, especially Taiwan, which wants to make Lingzhi their national treasure.

Every issue focuses on a specific topic. This issue talks about using drugs as treatment for breast cancer (and their side effects), and scientific reports written by researchers who use Lingzhi to do their experiments, as well as testimonies.

Including both lab reports and actual outcome on humans is important because some scientific research only stop at the lab level. The results are different when applied to humans, because human body works in a holistic manner, where many other factors interfere with the intended outcome. Hence what happens in the lab may not happen in real life. As Ganoderma Bulletin includes both, it shows consistency in results. The articles are also supported by many scientific reports published in English.

This Bulletin is divided into 4 main sections:

1st Section

The first section is a preface by 2 professors.

Professor Lin Zhibin is a world-renowned Lingzhi researcher. He talks about Lingzhi from ancient times to now, where it is becoming the modern answer to maintaining our health.

Professor Xu Ruixiang (chief editor) is another pioneer Lingzhi professor. He also talks about Lingzhi evolving from something only heard of in Chinese legends to now, where it has been proven to be effective for many diseases.

2nd Section

The next section is on testimonies. Conventional Western treatments have improved where they are more targeted now. Depending on the type of breast cancer, treatments include hormone therapy, using different drugs etc. There are 4 testimonies on how Lingzhi is used to complement Western treatments:


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