Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Terror Háza Múseum!











This is Terror Háza Múseum located in Budapest, Hungary. What an impressive architecture & a bit of horror feeling too. Urrghhhh.... Somehow, this museum is a monument to the memory of those held captive, tortured and killed in this building.. You can spot the feature wall is the picas of those victims..Imagine how many of them. For more you can browse through this inspired blog the designer pad.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

The Table !




Last 2 week me + hubby just moved in to a new house... An apartment of 3 bedrooms & 2 bath. Nice residential & green surround! The 1st thing we bought is a dining table. Me myself did few research to find the almost perfecto-table (well... everything not perfect aite?).. ermmm... as always black is beauty ! yet, me still searching for the rite chair to create beautiful piece & satisfy myself.

Above are two inspirational table for whom want sumthing new, bold, modern & sofiticated. Personally I deeply in crush wif black + yellow. It's a combination of sleek modern + elegance profile + bright color! It's designed by Kenyo Nyeh, a London based designer. The second pica is a coffee table from Bloom X collection & designed by MTH Woodworks.

Gorgeous piece brings awesome look !

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all picas via Contemporist

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

10 reason to EAT breakfast !

an awesome image via Martha Stewart

1 - Brain Boosting Power 
     
A breakfast helps you be more focus on works. The fact that you started your day off with just two sips of coffee may be the reason. After a night of fasting, your brain needs a fresh supply of glucose (blood sugar) for fuel. Without it, you'll have trouble processing new information, have issues with physical understanding, and won't remember much

2 - Get Essential Nutrients
 
Your morning meal is fortified with nutrients that your body needs to function healthily each day. Nutrients like foliate, iron, B vitamin, fiber, and other essentials are only gained through food, and while the body can always use its stored recesses to make it to the next meal, that initial burst of essentials is never provided without eating breakfast.

3 - Help Your Heart
 
Making sure to get breakfast in your system does more than keep you awake — it promotes a healthy heart by preventing diabetes and lowering blood pressure. Those who skip breakfast tend to have higher cholesterol levels, a major risk factor for heart disease. Breakfast eaters tend to get less fat and more fiber in their diets, which leads to less overeating and fewer unhealthy snacks between meals.

4 - Reduce Metabolic Syndrome
 
Instead of loading up on a heavy dinner, start your day off with a grand meal at breakfast time. Doing so may help prevent metabolic syndrome disorders like obesity and insulin resistance. A study in the International Journal of Obesity examined the type of foods and specific timing of consumption that resulted in metabolic syndrome characteristics in mice. Mice that were fed a meal higher in fat after waking had normal metabolic profiles, while mice that ate more carbohydrates in the morning and consumed a high-fat meal at the end of the day showed increased weight gain and other markers of metabolic syndromes. Researchers found that the time of fat intake matters; when eating fat early, metabolism worked efficiently and affected the animals’ response to different types of food later in the day.

5 - Less Likely to Develop Eating Disorders
 
Even though skipping breakfast is quite common, it is a form of disordered eating. Breakfast literally means breaking the fast, and is necessary in order to jump-start your body. An Australian study found that 13-year-old girls who did not eat breakfast were on average more dissatisfied with their body shape and had undergone more diet regimens then those who broke the fast with regular morning meals. Since skipping breakfast is often about skipping a meal for weight control purposes, it's is a disorderly way of eating.

6 - Enhance Immune System
 
To fight the common wintertime colds and flus, you need to sit down and eat your breakfast. A study in the Netherlands showed that eating a substantial breakfast boosts your body's gamma-interferon, a natural antiviral that directly activates immune cells. Skipping breakfast caused a 17 percent drop in gamma-interferon.

7 - Improve Your Skin
 
Eggs, the incredible and popular breakfast food, do way more than fill you up. No matter how they are prepped, eggs are fantastic for your skin. Lutein, a carotenoid antioxidant found in eggs, helps to preserve the skin's elasticity and protects skin cells from free radical damage. Just one egg a day can boost your lutein levels by 26 percent. There are plenty of other breakfast foods that will do the job as well, like oatmeal, walnut pancakes, and breakfast smoothies.

8 - Keep Yourself Thin
 
This is every girl favorite quote rite? While eating breakfast alone will not help you magically shed the pounds, it may help your emotional relationship with food (and that invariably affects your weight). Prolonged fasting can increase your body's insulin response, which increases fat storage and weight gain. Breakfast also helps to prevent overeating and attempts to sate desperate hunger with quick fixes like doughnuts and vending-machine snacks. 
 
9 -  Stabilized Energy Levels

A balance of carbohydrates, protein, and fiber is the key to any healthy breakfast, and eating foods with these components will increase your energy levels. Breakfast replenishes your glycogen stores, which supply muscles with immediate energy. Breakfast was found to supply around 25 percent of people's daily energy expenditure, thus leading to a high-functioning day.

10 - Live Longer???
 
Well.... its depend on what you believe! As for me, I am Muslim so I believe in Allah's will.. Either you eat breakfast or not, we Muslim still 100% believe with Qada' & Qadar. Let's read what the studies had said:
 
An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but a healthy breakfast may keep the reaper at bay, too. Studies show that people who lived to be 100 years old were consistent breakfast eaters, or consumed breakfast more often than non-breakfast eaters. Also, those who eat breakfast regularly are less likely to develop fatal habits like smoking and excessive drinking. And thanks to all of the benefits of breakfast, the body has an increased chance of warding off disease.

 
[ info via The Daily Meal ]