Takwim Road Show Jus Manggis Shamelin 2009

November 13th, 2009 | Berita Shamelin | No Comments »

Tarikh

Tempat

Program

Lokasi

Masa

Speaker

17/11

Serdang/Selangor

BOP

TBC

8.30pm

En Shama

17/11

Sg Besar

BOP

Dewan Zhulian

8.30pm

Hj Masrol / Cikgu Baharin

17/11

Puchong

BOP

Naubikin Enterprise

8.30pm

En Shahril

17/11

Banting

BOP

Menara Ilham (sebelah Maybank)

8.30pm

En Haslan

17/11

Kuching

BOP

Harbour View Hotel

8.00pm

Dr Liew

18/11

Cheras/KL

BOP

HQ Shamelin Bina

8.30pm

En Eddie Idris / Malik Noor

19/11

Tg.Rambutan

BOP

TBC

8.30pm

En Shama

20/11

Johor Bahru

BOP

Hotel Good Hope

8.30pm

Dato Azmi

20/11

K.Terengganu

BOP

Hotel Permai Inn

8.30pm

Hj Wan Mat

20/11

Pontian

BOP

Dewan Restoran Awie

8.30pm

En Mohamad

20/11

Cheras/KL

BOP

HQ Shamelin Bina

8.30pm

En Eddie Idris / En Halili

21/11

Batu Pahat

BOP

TBC

8.30pm

En Shama

21/11

Kuantan

BOP

Hotel Seri Malaysia

8.30pm

Dato Azmi

21/11

Sikamat/Seremban

BOP

Ruang Damai (06-763 6605)

8.30pm

En Shah

21/11

Kota Bahru

BOP

Hotel Sutera Inn

8.30pm

En Zaki

21/11

Nibong Tebal

BOP

Seri Impian Venture (04-594 3858)

8.30pm

Cikgu Nahar/En Awalludin

21/11

K.Kinabalu

BOP

The Berjaya Palace Hotel

8.30pm

En Ismail

21/11

Ipoh

BOP

Hill City Hotel

8.30pm

En Roni

22/11

Muar

BOP

Darussalam Management & Services

8.30pm

En Shama

22/11

Hutan Melintang

BOP

Dewan Ar Rahnu

8.30pm

Hj Masrol/Cikgu Baharin

22/11

Pasir Putih

BOP

Deli Maju (Kurnia Insuran)

9.30pm

En Deli

22/11

Machang

BOP

Center Machang

8.30pm

Hj Wan Mat

22/11

Bayan Baru,Penang

BOP

Hotel Seri Malaysia

8.00pm

En. Halili

22/11

Kuala Lipis

BOP

Dewan Orang Ramai Kg Bukit Betong

4.00pm

Hj Wan Mat

22/11

Sandakan

BOP

Sandakan Hotel

8.00pm

En Ismail

23/11

Sg Petani

BOP

Pusat Tuisyen Shadani

8.30pm

Cikgu Shamila

24/11

Sg Besar

BOP

Dewan Zhulian

8.30pm

Hj Masrol/Cikgu Baharin

24/11

Puchong

BOP

Naubikin Enterprise

8.30pm

En Shahril

24/11

Banting

BOP

Menara Ilham (sebelah Maybank)

8.30pm

En Haslan

24/11

Tg Malim

BOP

TBC

8.30pm

En Kamarul

24/11

Pasir Gudang

BOP

Hotel Selasa

8.00pm

En. Ismail

25/11

Bentong

BOP

TBC

8.30pm

En Shama

25/11

Cheras/KL

BOP

HQ Shamelin Bina

8.30pm

En Eddie Idris/Malik Noor

28/11

Sikamat/Seremban

BOP

Ruang Damai (06-763 6605)

8.30pm

En Shah

29/11

Penang

BOP

Safira Country Club

8.30pm

En Halili

29/11

Hutan Melintang

BOP

Dewan Ar Rahnu

8.30pm

Hj Masrol/Cikgu Baharin

29/11

Pasir Putih

BOP

Deli Maju (Kurnia Insuran)

9.30pm

En Deli

30/11

Alor Setar

BOP

Hotel Seri Malaysia

8.30pm

En Halili

30/11

Sg Petani

BOP

Pusat Tuisyen Shadani

8.30pm

Cikgu Shamila

Rahsia Khasiat Jus Manggis Yang Belum Anda Ketahui!

November 13th, 2009 | Artikel | No Comments »

All The Secrets You Don’t Already Know About Mangosteen Juice!

Mangosteen juice is the juice derived from mangosteen berries which intern are grown on mangosteen vines or bushes. Many people haven’t even heard of mangosteen juice, let alone the amazing nutritional benefits it provides.

Most mangosteen juice comes from South East Asia where the climate is warm enough to supply mangosteen trees with sufficient energy. Generally the best time for mangosteen to be picked is during the middle of summer. This is the time they begin to drop onto the ground and as soon as the first berry falls, the local people begin picking.

Unfortunately mangosteen berry do not last a great deal of time and can go off within a matter of a few days, therefore the best option is the either make mangosteen juice and store it in the fridge or freeze the berries so they can last a lot longer. Many people believe that if they pick their mangosteen berries before they are meant to, they will last a little longer, however this is not the best option as these immature berries will not contain alot of the goodness that the ripe ones will have.

To get your hands on fresh mangosteen, you have to go where it grows or pay a hefty price for a frozen mangosteen. There’s a story that one high-end hotel had a crate of frozen mangosteens shipped to them, and sold them as a menu item for around $100 each—for a plum-sized fruit.

You can still get the health benefits of mangosteen by drinking mangosteen juice. This juice is made by pulping the entire fruit, straining it and pasteurizing the juice. It’s important to get juice that is made from the entire fruit, because most of the health benefits are in the hull.

Mangosteen juice is the richest source of xanthones (a powerful type of antioxidant) on the planet. Antioxidants work at the cellular level, so they improve the health of all of your body systems.

All The Benefits of Mangosteen Juice

No one knows for certain what all the benefits are for drinking mangosteen juice, however there are being studies done on their nutrition properties which hopefully should share some light on the subject. What we do know is this, many locals in South East Asia have been drinking mangosteen juice for centuries now and are known to have higher than usual energy levels, even though there average day is generally more physically demanding than the average Western person’s.

Another thing we do know is that mangosteen juice contains an unbelievable high percentage of antioxidants, more so than any other fruit of vegetable on earth. The fact that there are so many antioxidants inside mangosteen berries, proves one thing and that is that drinking mangosteen juice will more than likely increase a persons life-expectancy due to the fact that the high level of antioxidants are constantly removing any free radicals that may have been produced from an unnatural source.

Antioxidants also help in the fight to remove any likelihood of cancer developing in a subject, which is probably one of the major reasons why mangosteen juice has become so popular in Western civilization today, due to the fact that more and more people are being diagnosed with cancer these days.

If you want to learn more about mangosteen including free information, reviews and much more, or you want to join our free online mangosteen course, then please visit – Mangosteen (Recommended) or for more free articles all about mangosteen visit Mangosteen Blog.

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22 Sebab Mengapa Perlu Minum Jus Manggis Shamelin

November 13th, 2009 | Artikel | No Comments »

Author: Steven Chang

A coworker of mine at work brought in a mangosteen supplement drink and she was selling it for $30 (her price) for a 25 fl oz bottle. She also gave me information and these 22 reasons why everyone should be drinking mangosteen juice:

  1. prevents hardening of the arteries
  2. protects the heart muscle
  3. anti-Parkinson, anti-Alzheimer and other forms of dementia
  4. anti-depressant
  5. prevents and arrest fungus
  6. prevents bacterial infections
  7. viral fighters and prevention of infections
  8. prevents fum disease
  9. anti-diarrheal
  10. lowers fevers
  11. eye care-prevents glaucoma and cataracts
  12. pansystemic – a synergistic effect on the whole body
  13. energy boosters – anti-fatique
  14. anti-aging
  15. weight loss (wooo, I’ll drink to this!)
  16. lowers blood fat (what the heck, I didn’t know there is fat in our blood!)
  17. anti-tumor benefits
  18. cancer: Mangosteen helps in the prevention of cancer with its powerful anti-oxidants.
  19. lowers blood pressure
  20. numerous references to “Immunostimulants”
  21. blood sugar lowering
  22. it tastes good

I thought to myself, holy smokes! Who in the world would buy that? What is mangosteen? I have never heard of it or have the slightest idea what it looks like.

Upon further research, the mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana) is a tropical evergreen tree, believed to have originated in the Sunda Islands and the Moluccas. The tree grows from 7 to 25 meters tall. The edible fruit is deep reddish purple when ripe. In Asia, the mangosteen fruit is known as the “Queen of Fruits,” while the durian (Durio spp.) is known as the “King of Fruits.” It is closely related to other edible tropical fruits such as button mangosteen and lemondrop mangosteen.

The outer shell of the fruit is rather hard, typically 4-6 cm in diameter. Cutting through the shell, one finds a white, fleshy fruit 3-5 cm in diameter. Depending on the size and ripeness, there may or may not be pits in the segments of the fruit. The number of fruit pods is directly related to the number of petals on the bottom of the shell. On average a mangosteen has 5 fruits (round up figure).

I have eaten a lot of exotic fruits in my life, including the King Of Fruits – durian, but I have never seen or tasted this Queen of Fruits. I bought the $30 bottle from my coworker and chucked down the mangosteen juice. I do feel more energetic for the rest of day, and I will have to let you know in the near future if it will help lose some weight!

About the Author:

Steven Chang is an editor for http://www.lose-10-pounds-free.info which features his free 101 ways to lose 10 pounds ebook.

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