7 Kriteria Dalam Pemilihan Protein Berkualiti & Terbaik

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Protin adalah bahan utama dalam pembentukan pelbagai organ dan tisu dalam badan serta komponen utama hormon manusia. Ia juga MERANGSANG fungsi psikologi. Maka, setiap organ kita memerlukan PROTIN. 

Kekurangan protin menyebabkan:
~kelemahan dalam sistem imun untuk melawan penyakit, ~masalah LEBIHAN AIR YANG TINGGI dalam badan, 
~keHILANGAN KEPEJALAN otot
~ perubahan warna rambut
~bantut pertumbuhan
~ masalah penghadaman
~ masalah penghasilan darah dan hormon
~ PALING CRUCIAL: boleh membawa kepada KEGAGALAN FUNGSI ORGAN

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Fungsi protein untuk tubuh manusia adalah sangat besar. Banyak dari proses pertumbuhan tubuh manusia dipengaruhi oleh protein yang terkandung di dalam tubuh kita.
  1. Kandungan protein dalam tubuh manusia mencapai 1/6 dari berat tubuh manusia. 
  2. Protein sangat penting untuk perkembangan setiap sel dalam tubuh.(kulit, rambut,kuku, otak, organ, saraf, dan banyak lagi)
  3. Untuk menjaga kekebalan tubuh melalui sistem imuntitubuh.Antibodi tubuh dihasilkan daripada protein.
  4. Protein diperlukan untuk membina bahan senyawa kimia sepertienzim dan hormon  yang berperanan penting dalam mengatur berbagai proses yang terjadi di dalam tubuh. 
  5. Protein digunakan sebagai bahan bakar apabila keperluan energi tubuh tidak dipenuhi oleh karbohidrat dan lemak. (contohnya semasa kebuluran).
Apakah sumber protein yang baik?
Terdapat dua jenis protein dari sumber makanan iaitu:
  1. Protein kelas pertama – iaitu yang mengandungi kesemua 9 rantai asid amino perlu. Contoh protein ini ialah daging, ikan, ayam dan kacang soya.
  2. Protein kelas kedua – semua protein dari sumber tumbhan kecuali kacang soya.
Kacang soya adalah sumber protein yang sangat baik kerana
  1. mengandungi dua kali lebih  protein dari daging, 
  2. 4 kali lebih protein dari telur
  3. 12 kali lebih dari  protein susu. 
  4. rendah lemak, 
  5. tanpa kolesterol 
  6. mudah diserap oleh badan manusia.

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Justeru, bagaimana memilih protein berkualiti dan terbaik? Berikut adalah 7 kriteria yang boleh dijadikan panduan untuk memilih protein berkualiti di pasaran:

  • Kacang soya itu sendiri mesti tumbuh membesar secara organic~ Kenapa soybeans mesti ditanam secara organic….sebab kajian penananam secara kimia (bukan organic) akan menyebabkan nutrisi makanan berkurangan.. Dan dari segi kajian..sudah terbukti ada hubungkait antara cancer dan nitrates.. Jadi amatla penting pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides tidak digunakan disepanjang proses pembesaran soybeans ni.
  • Soybean tu mestilah Non GMO ( tak dihasilkan secara genetic)~Kenapa soy protein mestilah non genetik engineered?sebab secara umumnya..soybean yang dari jenis genetic ni adalah murah utk dihasilkan (ni lebih kurang vitamin sintetik danvitamin natural..)…dan kebanyakkan syarikat akan mencari cara utk menjimatkan kos..dan semestinya menggunakan soybean yg dihasilkan secara genetic. Dr. Louis J. Pribyl, a Brazilian government scientist menekankan yang berdasarkan kajian… toksin akan dibina tanpa disedari apabila gen baru dimasukkan didalam sel tumbuhan
  • Soy Protin tu mesti mengandungi 9 asid amino perlu Ni ciri yang amat penting..Badan memerlukan kesemua 9 ni untuk menghasilkan hormone,jus penghadaman,antibodi, enzyme. If one essential amino acid is missing, the immune system can be depressed 30%, and many important body functions are delayed or stopped.
  • Dalam proses pembuatan soy isolate, soyflakes mesti dibersihkan dgn air bukan dgn alcohol-Alcohol tu haram yelah satu hal gak ..tapi kalau dicuci dgn alcohol..ianya akan memusnahkan kandungan isoflavone….. up to 88%! Sedanglan isoflavone itu diperlukan utk mengurangkan risiko cancer paru2,etc..Isoflavones juga bermanfaat dlm penyeimbangan hormon dan menaikkan berat tulang
  • Bahan anti-thyroid/anti-growth substance mesti disingkirkan Soy yang mentah mengandungi “anti-growth”, “anti-tyrosine” substance. sedangkan kalau kekurangan bahan2 ni akan menyebabkan low blood pressure, low body temperature, and restless leg syndrome. Find a brand that uses an extracting process that removes this substance, yet keeps the soy in a raw form in order to maintain the HIGHEST LEVEL OF AMINO ACIDS and ISOFLAVONES which are very sensitive to heat.
  • Proses pembuatan soy protein sebaiknya tanpa pemanasan Amino acids sgt sensitive dgn suhu yg panas.. In some studies, cooking protein has been shown to destroy up to 50% of some ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS. If an individual consistently consumes a diet that is lacking in all of the essential amino acids, inadequate brain development and hormones, or other body tissue development can be the result
  • Soy isolate itu mesti ditambah dgn unsur calcium..kenapa?~ Kajian /artikel melaporkan bahawa serbuk soy adalah sangat berasid dan boleh mnyebabkan kerapuhan tulang.Dan oleh yg denikian unsur calcium yang secukupnya mesti ditambah dalam soy protein tu untuk meneutralkan kembali serbuk soy tu.Kebanyakan pengusaha/pengeluar protin tidak menambah cukup kalsium

Kelebihan ESP

  • Menyediakan tenaga berkekalan dan membantu menahan rasa lapar kerana bekalan sumber tenaga yg konsisten
  • Protein Soya membantu mengurangkan kolestrol
  • Mengandungi lima vitamin B penting, separuh daripada keperluan kalsium harian dan isoflavones soya. Kajian menunjukkan yg soya membantu mengawal kestabilan hormon semasa tempoh putus haid
  • Protein soya bukan GMO ini dihasilkan dibawah satu program digelar Identity Prservation Program (IPP) di mana kacang soya dipantau dan dijaga dengan teliti dari proses menanam sehinggalah saat pemprosesannya.

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Healthy Kids Vitamin

If you believe the ads, every kid needs a daily Flintstone or Gummy Bear vitamin. But is it true?

Not necessarily so, the experts agree. Ideally, kids should get their vitamins from a balanced, healthy diet that includes:

  • Milk and dairy products like cheese and yogurt (preferably low-fat products for kids over age 3)
  • Plenty of fresh fruits and leafy, green vegetables
  • Protein like chicken, fish, meat, and eggs
  • Whole grains like steel-cut oats and brown rice

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Which Kids Need Vitamin Supplements?

Given the reality of time-crunched parents, those well-rounded, home-cooked meals aren’t always possible. That’s why pediatricians may recommend a daily multivitamin or mineral supplement for:

  • Kids who aren’t eating regular, well-balanced meals made from fresh, whole foods
  • Finicky eaters who simply aren’t eating enough
  • Kids with chronic medical conditions such as asthma or digestive problems, especially if they’re taking medications (be sure to talk with your child’s doctor first before starting a supplement if your child is on medication)
  • Particularly active kids who play physically demanding sports
  • Kids eating a lot of fast foods, convenience foods, and processed foods
  • Kids on a vegetarian diet (they may need an iron supplement), a dairy-free diet (they may need a calcium supplement), or other restricted diet
  • Kids who drink a lot of carbonated sodas, which can leach vitamins and minerals from their bodies

Top Six Vitamins and Minerals for Kids

In the alphabet soup of vitamins and minerals, a few stand out as critical for growing kids.

  • Vitamin A promotes normal growth and development; tissue and bone repair; and healthy skin, eyes, and immune responses. Good sources include milk, cheese, eggs, and yellow-to-orange vegetables like carrots, yams, and squash.
  • Vitamin Bs. The family of B vitamins — B2, B3, B6, and B12 — aid metabolism, energy production, and healthy circulatory and nervous systems. Good sources include meat, chicken, fish, nuts, eggs, milk, cheese, beans, and soybeans.
  • Vitamin C promotes healthy muscles, connective tissue, and skin. Good sources include citrus fruit, strawberries, kiwi, tomatoes, and green vegetables like broccoli.
  • Vitamin D promotes bone and tooth formation and helps the body absorb calcium. Good sources include milk and other fortified dairy products, egg yolks, and fish oil. The best source of vitamin D doesn’t come from the diet — it’s sunlight.
  • Calcium helps build strong bones as a child grows. Good sources include milk, cheese, yogurt, tofu, and calcium-fortified orange juice.
  • Iron builds muscle and is essential to healthy red blood cells. Iron deficiency is a risk in adolescence, especially for girls once they begin to menstruate. Good sources include beef and other red meats, turkey, pork, spinach, beans, and prunes.

Megavitamins — large doses of vitamins — aren’t a good idea for children. The fat-soluble vitamins (vitamins A, D, E, and K) can be toxic if kids overdose on excessive amounts. Ditto with iron. Your kids can get too much of a good thing.

Look to Fresh Foods for the Best Vitamins

Healthy kids get their best start from what you put in your grocery cart.

Good nutrition starts by serving a wide variety of whole, fresh foods as much as possible. That’s far better than serving up fast foods or convenience foods — and hoping that taking a kids’ vitamin will undo any nutritional no-no’s. You’ll find the most vitamins and minerals in foods high in carbohydrates and proteins (rather than fats). By far, the most high-vitamin foods of all are fresh fruits and vegetables.

To give kids more vitamins, aim for more variety — not simply more food. Twice as many kids today are overweight than just two decades ago, so use kid-sized food portions, which are one-quarter to one-third the size of adult portions.

Spread the variety of foods into several small meals and snacks throughout the day. If your child won’t eat a particular food for a few days — like vegetables — don’t fret. But reintroduce those foods again a day or two later, perhaps prepared in a different way. Kids’ “food strikes” usually end by themselves.

Vitamins and Healthy Kids: Five Tips

If you do give vitamins to your kids, follow these tips:

  1. Put vitamins away, well out of reach of children, so your child doesn’t treat them like candy.
  2. Try not to battle over foods with your kids or use desserts as a bribe to “clean your plate.” Instead, try giving a chewable vitamin as a “treat” at the end of a meal. Fat-soluble vitamins can only be absorbed with food.
  3. If your child is taking any medication, be sure to ask your child’s doctor about any drug interactions with certain vitamins or minerals. Then the supplement won’t boost or lower the medication dose.
  4. Try a chewable vitamin if your child won’t take a pill or liquid supplement.
  5. Consider waiting until a child is 4 years old to start giving a multivitamin supplement unless your child’s doctor suggests otherwise.

Sound nutrition plays a role in your child’s learning and development. So rather than relying on cartoon characters selling supplements, commit to feeding a range of healthy foods to your kids if at all possible.

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http://www.webmd.com/parenting/vitamins-for-kids-do-healthy-kids-need-vitamins?page=2

 

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