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Walnuts Vs Cancer! Best For Cancer is Walnuts|Nayab Khan

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Walnuts Can Slow Down Cancer

A small amount of Walnuts a day can slow the growth of tumours by reducing blood supply to the tumour, noticeably slowing down its growth.

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Black walnuts are American natives, but English walnuts have become one of the most popular nuts in the United States. Although all nuts fit into a cancer-preventive diet, walnuts are most studied for cancer. They contain the omega-3 fat – alpha-linolenic acid – which can make walnuts more susceptible to becoming rancid. That’s why you won’t find them in most commercial nut mixes.

Walnuts contain Omger-3 fatty acids and they can help slow the spread of cancer tumours.

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Doctor Christos Mantzoros of Harvard Medical School carried out a first of its kind study to observe the impact of walnuts on micro-ribonucleic acids (miRNA), which control how genes mold to environmental factors.

‘Our research demonstrates that a walnut diet causes significant changes in the expression profile of miRNAs in colorectal cancer tissue.’ said Doctor Mantzoros.

Compounds in walnuts cause more Omega-3 fatty acids to assemble in tumour cells, he added.

Researchers fed a group of mice with 57gram of walnuts per day for humans and second group of mice was fed a controlled diet without walnuts.

After 25 days researchers found out that, mice with walnuts in their diet had miRNA that affects cancer cell swelling, blood supply and rapid increase.

The tumours of mice were fed with diet consisting of walnuts were found to have 10 times the amount of total Omega-3 fatty acids compared to the mouse that were fed with controlled diet with no walnuts.

.However, the studies were conducted on lab animals the results may vary in the case of human subjects.

The study published in the Jouranl of Nutritional Biochemistry.

Bowel cancer or colorectal cancer is the third most common type of cancer in the world and after lungs cancer it is the second leading cause of death in Western Countries.

In Birtian 41,581 people were identified with bowel cancer in 2011 and in the coming year 16,187 people died from the disease.

In US, the American Cancer Society estimated that there will be 132,700 new cases of bowel cancer in 2015 and it will cause 49,700 deaths.

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A Taste Of Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur’s 5 Best Restaurants|Nayab khan

Kuala Lumpur's 10 Best Restaurants
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“Trendy place withstanding the test of time”

The 5 Best Trendy Kuala Lumpur Restaurants 2015 list is a guide to the city’s best fashionable restaurants to indulge in and be seen at. Although Kuala Lumpur is a very tourist friendly capital, its food options are still largely geared towards the local crowd, with Chinese coffee shops and mamaks (Indian-Malay restaurants) dominating its dining scene.

Kuala Lumpur’s restaurant scene runs the gamut from budget street food to high-end luxury.It also reflects the diversity of cultural traditions in Malaysia, bringing in Indian,Chinese, and Western influences to its Southeast Asian foundations. This list of ten of the best restaurants in KL

“Outstanding culinary experience!”

Kuala Lumpur 5 Best Trendy Restaurants

1-Bijan Bar & Restaurant:

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Bijan Bar & Restaurant is perhaps one of Kuala Lumpur’s best-kept secrets. An award-winning restaurant opened in 2003, it was listed as one of the Malaysia Tatler’s 2011 Best Restaurants in Malaysia and was also the fully-deserving winner of Time Out KL’s Food Awards Best Malay Restaurant in 2009.Serving high-end Malay cuisine, the food served here is halal and only the best ingredients are used.

Authentic Malay food with great service

  • Opening Hours: 12:00 – 14:30 & 18:30 – 10:30 Monday – Saturday; 16:30 – 22:30 Sunday
  • Address: No. 3, Jalan Ceylon 50200 Kuala Lumpur
  • Tel: +603 2031 3575 or +603 2031 6568

2-The Bird Restaurant:

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A place where delicious local & Nyonya dishes are served. A place that has heart and you will be made to feel truly welcomed and be entertained by the multitalented owners. They sing, they paint and they cook up a meal that you will never forget. A place where the elderly would appreciate as well. A place where you will tell people about. A place where you will want to return again & again.

The Bird would be a good place to dine at where one can find a fusion of Chinese, Thai and Nyonya food.Mango Ice Blended, King Toh Chicken, Vegetable, Marmite Chicken, Romaine Lettuce, Butter King Fish, Squid Dish, Homemade Cendol, 3 Flavour Prawn, Mantis Prawn, Four Heavenly Kings vegetable, The Sambal Paku, Fried Squid/Calamari, The Coffee Chicken Wings

“Delightful Gem with Amazing Hospitality”

  • Opening Hours: daily (11 am – 11 pm).Closed on Monday
  • Address: 5 Jalan 3/62D,Medan Putra Business Centre,Bandar Menjalara, Kepong,KL
  • Tel: 03 6277 1453, 012 314 9882, 012 305 8836

3-Enak:

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Enak takes the best elements of Malaysian food.The combination of nostalgic home cooking and a fine dining sensibility makes Enak another advocate for raising Malay cuisine to fine dining heights. Traditional dishes such as Satay, Gado-Gado andRendang Padang are all given a contemporary twist, while staying true to their original incarnations as family favorites. The restaurant also attempts to rediscover forgotten flavors and dishes by trawling the cultural memory of Kuala Lumpur’s residents.

“Great food only disappointment to setting ”

  • Opening Hours: Open from 12pm to 12am(Last order at 11:45pm)
  • Address: LG2, Feast Floor,Starhill Gallery 181. Jalan, Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Tel: +60 3-2141 8973

4-Songket:

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You are invited to Songket Restaurant & Bar an authentic Malay cuisine restaurant with a modern twist. We focus on outstanding Malay food with only the freshest ingredients in an elegant restaurant with a sophisticated ambience given the rich tradition and luxury associated with songket, At Songket, we delight our guests with a menu inspired from traditional Malay specialties, live traditional Malay entertainment, and luxurious songket from some of Malaysia’s most notable states.

Savour the delicious dishes, beautiful surroundings, excellent service, and the warm atmosphere of Songket. It is the perfect place for a leisurely meal, a drink with friends, a party or a business meeting. For extra comfort and to please a large group of people we can cater to company or personal functions by fully utilising the indoor area and the comfortable outdoor garden patio.

“Mouth-watering Malay cuisine!”

  • Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 11pm ,Sat – Sun & Public Holiday 5pm – 11pm
  • Address: No. 29, Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
  • Tel:  +603 2161 3331 or  sms/call +6012 2607769 (Firdaus) 
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5-The 39 Restaurant:

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The 39 Restaurant is a restaurant in PNB Darby Park that redefines classic Malay cuisine. Set in elegant surrounds, it presents Malay cooking in an all-new setting by entering the fine-dining circle. Here, special emphasis is placed on food presentation and dishes use only top-notch ingredients.

The 39 Restaurant is divided into an air-conditioned indoor dining area and an al fresco rooftop section. There are no alcoholic beverages served so patrons enjoy the excellent teh tarik (milk tea) and kopi o (coffee), which is not really a hardship since the food pairs up better with these drinks anyway.

To avoid if you are looking for fine dining

  • Opening Hours: 12:30 – 15:00; 19:00 – 22:00
  • Address: PNB Darby Park, 10 Jalan Binjai, 50450 KL
  • Tel: +603 7490 3333

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