Malaysian Flavours Ramadan Buffet 2015 at TEMPTationS Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel

After a long day of fasting during the month of Ramadan which starts from 18 June to 16 July 2015 and in keeping the spirit of “silat-ur-rahim”, bond with family and friends at TEMPTationS Restaruant over a sumptuous feast of more than 100 Malaysian favourite dishes plus typical traditional dishes normally enjoyed during the buka puasa.

The buffet is priced at RM135nett per person and half price for children from 6 to 12 years old. Early birds will also enjoy great savings as the buffet is priced at RM103nett per person from 18 to 22 June and 13 to 16 July.

The Buka Puasa Buffet spread at TEMPTationS is inspired to please every palate. From authentic local selection of “kerabu” and “sambal” to the various types of specially prepared rice such as Nasi minyak, Nasi tomato and Nasi bukhari to an array of “gulai”, and not forgetting the daily Roasted whole lamb with percik sauce.

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Roasted Whole Lamb with Percik Sauce

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Assorted Gulai and hot selection of local flavours to be discovered include Daging tulang rawan rendang pedas, Daging Palembang, Udang harimau masak lemak cili padi,

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To further tease your palate, check out the ‘live kitchen’ dishing out à la minute grilled seafood or juicy chicken and beef satays with its classic peanut sauce.

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The noodle station offers Laksa Johor, Laksa Penang, Laksa Kelantan or Nyonya Laksa.

Don’t forget to check out the Malaysian stall dishing out Rendang Minang, Gulai kawah or Rendang tok on a rotation basis. Meanwhile, there is also the Western, Chinese and Indian sections to dine on.

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Save the best for last! There is a sumptuous spread of Nyonya & Malay kuih such as Seri muka, Kuih kasui, Kuih lapis, Pulut panggang, Pulut inti, Kuih lompang, Kuih keria,  Kuih angku, Kuih bakar, Tepung gomak, Cucur badak and Wajik. There is also a selection of Malay cakes and snacks evocative of the festive spirit – Bahulu, Dodol, Kuih bangkit, Kuih ros, Murukku, Buah rotan, Rempeyek, Kuih kapit, Kek pisang, Kek lapis and Kek kurma.

Every evening, there will be two types of Malay bubur served from an array of Bubur jagung, Bubur pulut hitam, Bubur kacang merah, Pengat keladi, Pengat pisang, Bubur cha cha, Serawa durian, Serawa pulut nangka, Bubur kacang hijau with  durian and Bubur gandum.

Meanwhile, for those of you who will be in the city on 17 and 18 July, please  make way to TEMPTationS to delight in their Aidilfitri Long Lunch from 12.30pm to 4.00pm and priced at RM122nett per person.

Located in the East Wing – Lobby Level of the Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel, TEMPTationS’ Buka Puasa Buffet is available daily from 6.30pm to 10.30pm daily throughout the month of Ramadan.

For restaurant reservations and to discover more, please call 03 2716 9388 or email [email protected] We recommend that you book early to avoid disappointing your palate.

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Getting to Know the T.rex

It’s the Dino month in Petrosains and Team E.T.A were invited for a special screening of National Geographic Channel’s new two-hour special, T. Rex Autopsy at TGV Cinemas @ KLCC, Kuala Lumpur.

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At 14 metres long, nearly two metres wide and lying lifeless in a specially constructed biology lab, the world’s first full-size, anatomically complete recreation of a Tyrannosaurus rex awaits dissection.

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In National Geographic Channel’s new two-hour special, T. rex Autopsy, four intrepid scientists get to the heart (literally) of what made this fearsome creature tick.

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This once-in-a-lifetime experiment will offer viewers an unprecedented opportunity to explore questions such as whether or not T. rex had feathers; how it fed with tiny arms; whether it was primarily a hunter or scavenger; how it digested food; how old it lived to be; how it procreated; and whether it was warm-blooded like a mammal or cold-blooded like a reptile. With eyes the size of grapefruits, 30 centimetre-long teeth and a stomach big enough to digest a four-year-old child, the recreation of the T. rex is lifelike inside and out. Using cutting-edge special effects in collaboration with esteemed veterinary surgeons, anatomists and palaeontologists, T. rex Autopsy illuminates the latest research and findings about the Tyrannosaurus rex.

In their quest to document, x-ray and scan the T. rex, the experts must cope with unexpected surprises (such as the overwhelming smell manufactured for its innards) as they saw through bone, wade through blood and slice through muscle to determine how this 65-million-year-old beast may have lived – and died.

T. rex Autopsy headlines a colossal month of dinosaur programming on the National Geographic Channel that includes the premiere of Dino Death Match, T. rex: Ultimate Survivor, Bigger Than T. rex and the two-hour special Top Ten Biggest Beasts Ever which happens every Sunday, 10pm. The adventure continues on the weekdays with more Dino programs daily at 7pm on National Geographic Channel (ASTRO Channel 553).

T.Rex Autopsy is set to premiere on June 14 at 10.00pm, National Geographic Channel (ASTRO Channel 553).

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Medini Live!

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Medini Iskandar Malaysia Sdn.Bhd, the master developer of Medini, the heart of Nusajaya, Iskandar Malaysia announces the debut of Medini Live! A two-day music, film, arts and community festival at the Mall of Medini, Nusajaya, Johor on June 6th and 7th, 2015.

Over 20 creative artistes have been selected exclusively for Medini Live! to ensure an outstanding artistic experience that aims to put Medini on the local and international map for creativity, culture and community interaction. Medini Live! will be showcasing its live music performances, film screenings and workshops and art exhibitions at the all new Black Box and White Box at the Mall of Medini, highlighting them as a high quality art and performance space in Iskandar Malaysia and Johor.

In partnership with KLs Premier Jazz Club, No Black Tie, Medini Live! has lined up a stellar list of musicians spearheaded by headlining act and Johorean, Joe Flizzow and his Kartel Records hit man, SonaOne. Other musicians worth looking out for include the Malaysian born, New York based, multi-award winning singer songwriter, Najwa and Malaysian music composer, Darren Ashley. Also included in the line-up are brothers JU/NY the exceptionally talented pianist and drummer duo from the US, the ever infectious Havana Social Club from Singapore and a surprise veteran Johorean singer to be revealed soon!

For contemporary art lovers, Medini Live! will be showcasing internationally acclaimed and innovative artists who will be featuring a diverse exhibition of art in varying media during its two-day festival. Among the artists featured are Johor-born Ahmad Zakii Anwar whose exhibition ‘Arang’ will feature a stunning selection of photo-realist charcoal drawings curated by the artist himself, Suzy Sulaiman, a multi-media artist and architect who specialises in new media technology-based artworks who will present an interactive art installation, “Rimba Nusa”, Lisa Foo, well known for her art installations through the use of mundane everyday objects who will present a kinetic art installation made of natural materials “The Wind Dancers” and Indonesian Risang Yuwono’s art photography collaboration with British photographer Helen Marshall, Project Tobong.

In partnership with [email protected], Medini Live! will be screening notable music documentaries at the Mall of Medini Black Box such as the 2013 Academy Award winning documentary, Searching for Sugarman, the 2011 Academy Award nominee for Best Documentary Feature, HavanYork and Quartet! a Junichi Mimura movie about a family classical quartet.

In partnership with Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios, Medini Live! will be conducting exclusive film workshops and studio tours. Workshops will be conducted by renowned writer and film director, U-Wei, alongside actress Sofia Jane and actor Sabri Yunus that will guide the audience through the process of directing and acting in filmmaking. Multi-award winning Producer/ Director Saw Teong Hin will share his behind-the-scenes stories of Puteri Gunung Ledang, the first Malaysian film to be selected for the Venice Film Festival and was on the long-list for the Oscars. Post production sound supervisor and editor Hiro Ishizaka of Imagica SEA, a Japanese key player in cutting edge audio technology and equipment based in Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios will be conducting a workshop on sound in cinema.

Generating some major buzz at Medini Live! will be a rare traditional musical theatre and workshop by one of the last remaining nomadic theatre troupes from Jogjakarta, Ketoprak Tobong supported by AirAsia Foundation and a Johor Traditional Arts special performance. A Johor NGO, Johor Womens’ League (Jewel), will be conducting a safety workshop for the community and the weekend will be completed by the introduction of tango to the public that is bound to get everyone going on their feet! Keep exploring to discover a bazaar of design, craft and iconic Johor dishes personally sourced by Festival Founder & Director, Suryani Senja Alias. ‘At Medini Live! festival, we will be covering the breadth of interests to be found amongst the residents, students, expatriates and the business community that make up the kaleidoscopic society of Medini Iskandar Malaysia. We want to appeal to an equal audience across Malaysia, Singapore and beyond with a finely curated festival by highlighting the interconnections between art, music and film as a theme for Medini Live!,’ says Suryani.

The sponsors and partners of MediniLive! 2015 include Mah Sing Group, Macrolink International, Zhuoyuan Iskandar, UM Land Berhad, B&G, CIMB, Sunway Iskandar, i2M, Link (THM) Group, Telekom Malaysia, Mall of Medini, [email protected], Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios (PIMS), AirAsia Foundation, No Black Tie, Jewel, Iskandar Malaysia, Doof and Johor Tourism.

Admission to Medini Live! is FREE. For more information on the program, please log on to or follow them on Facebook at /MediniLive, Instagram @MediniLive and Twitter @MediniLive. Alternatively, email us them at [email protected]

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Selangor Islamic Festival 2015

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The Selangor Islamic Festival 2015 is a two day event that aims to be the purveyor of Islamic values by showcasing the religion’s innovation and progress through the perspective of a moderate society.

The Golden Age of Islam has contributed much to the modern establishment of science, medicine, astrology, algebra and many other sectors. Muslim scholars built the world’s first observatory, developed the astrolabe, an instrument once called “a mathematical jewel” and experimented with diet, drugs, surgery, and anatomy. The period also saw advances in Agriculture, with the preservation and improved network of wells, underground canals and waterwheels.

Delivering the messages of Islam to locals and visitors, the festival will showcase some of the finest works of Islam through an exhibition of historical Islamic artefacts, Islamic fashion & food fair, archery competition, music and the arts.

In line with the 2015 Visit Selangor Year (TMS 2015), the festival is an ideal platform to share the rich history of Islam; not just to Muslims but to the masses; sharing a wealth of information that is interesting and that best represents Islam’s diverse range of Islamic oriented innovation and progress.

Selangor Islamic Fest 2015 is an eye-opener for both Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Tourism Selangor expects 100,000 visitors over the two days, with the majority being domestic visitors. The event will also see fun activities such as archery competitions, fashion sales for men and women and special performances by Nasheed singer Hafiz Hamidun and well as popular rapper Altimet. Cat lovers will also get a chance to see cats at the Muezza cat show and listen to Sham Kamikaze talk about the beloved felines.

2015 was elected as Visit Selangor Year, specifically to promote Selangor both locally and globally to boost the state’s economy and provide returns of investments to all key industrial partners. An enchanting combination of fascinating heritage and natural splendour, Selangor is Malaysia’s most vibrant and accessible state.

One of the country’s most developed states, it nevertheless offers an abundance of enchanting landscapes from glorious waterfalls to rugged hills, national parks to world-class sports centre, and an exhilarating range of things to do. The three main segments on spotlight for the tourism year are Nature, Sports and Heritage.

Date:   30 May 2015, Saturday
Time:   7.45pm
Venue:  Stadium Malawati, Shah Alam

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Yoshinoya and Hanamaru Udon Launch First Restaurant in Malaysia

Malaysia welcomed the arrival of Japan’s renowned Yoshinoya and Hanamaru Udon at Mid Valley Megamall today.

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The grand launch was officiated by Mr. Yasutaka Kawamura, President and CEO of Yoshinoya Holdings Co. Ltd, Mr. Tetsuya Naruse, CEO of Hanamaru Inc. and Tan Sri Dato’ Seri (Dr) Fumihiko Konishi, Executive Chairman of Texchem Resources Berhad. In true Malaysian fashion, the event was celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony followed by the traditional Lion Dance that symbolises prosperity and luck for new businesses followed by the sampling of the menu.

The flagship store is located at the 3rd floor of Mid Valley Megamall. At 300 square meters, the self-service restaurant offers Yoshinoya on one side and Hanamaru Udon on the other, with Azuki Café in the middle, to quench thirst with drinks inspired by Japanese taste.

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Nasi Ambeng Festival

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Familiar with the Javanese Delicacy Nasi Ambeng? Never heard of it? Well, Nasi ambeng or nasi ambang is a fragrant rice dish consisting of white rice served with chicken curry or chicken cooked in soy sauce, vegetables, fried noodles, some salted fish, fried coconut flesh, and so on. It is cooked during important celebrations and served in a tray to be shared by four to five people.

There will be a Nasi Ambeng Festival coming up this weekend and Team E.T.A is planning to experience it first hand.

Care to join us? Come and experience the unique, communal dining style and delicious food of the Javanese-Malay people at the Nasi Ambeng Festival

Info to the Nasi Ambeng Festival 2015 is as below:

Homestay Banghuris, Sg. Pelek, Sepang Selangor

National Department for Culture and Arts

+603-5510 2664

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Melaka Alive: Winds of Melaka

Looking for a fun but educational place to bring your children to this coming school holiday? How about learning the history of Melaka in the most entertaining way?

Team E.T.A has recently discovered that learning history does not have to be boring, provided you witness it live. On stage. We discovered there is this themed attraction project in Melaka that dedicates to tell history, in 5D.

Melaka Alive is a project that aims to present the past of Melaka in 5D. In other words, it is a cultural performance that tells the history of Melaka as it originally should, from Parameswara to The Malaccan Sultanate to the times of Portuguese occupation through live theatre performance.

The Melaka Alive stage is located nearby the well-famed Porta de Santiago and directly opposite the Proclamation of Independence Memorial.

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This is the stage. A ship inspired stage.

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A closer look on Bahtera Merdeka where the Melaka Alive Cultural Performance is staged. We were was told that there will be a few more stage performance that will bring history alive across the famous locations in Melaka; the ruins of Porta de Santiago and The Christ Church in the Dutch Square, but for now it’s just The Ship, Bahtera Merdeka.

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Upon entering, you’ll be greeted by the casts who are already fully costumed. They will lead you to board the ship. This is where you’ll feel that you have just stepped into a time machine, where you were brought into Melaka of the past.

One word of advice; If you are seated in front and the Bahtera Merdeka’s crew hand you a disposable raincoat, you might want to put it on.

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There is plenty of realistic rainfalls and ocean tide’s splashes throughout the show. The one that I watched was called ‘The Winds of Melaka’

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Set on board of the ‘Bahtera Merdeka’, the  ship inspired stage, this extravaganza tale of Panglima Awang is brought to life in a play that combines spectacular visuals, effects, music and live acting to tell the story of Melaka’s rich and diverse history, from the establishment of the city by it’s founder Parameswara, to the glorious Melaccan Sultanate to it’s fall into the Portuguese hands. Amongst other things, the performance also highlights the legends of the Mouse Deer and dogs, the arrival of Cheng Ho’s fleet and the coming of de Sequiera and de Albuquerque to the shores of the kingdom.

So what did wethink about the entire Melaka Alive: The Winds of Melaka performance? Fabulous!

Melaka Alive is definitely a must see tourist attraction for all who visit Melaka and Malaysia. Like it’s tagline goes, it is ‘very history, very drama in 5D’. Highly recommended for school trips. It beats studying history from the boring textbooks in school.

Interested to see history comes alive before your very eyes? Here’s the ticketing details:

Ticket Pricing

Adult RM35
Child RM20

Non MyKad
Adult RM45
Child RM28

Senior Citizen (60 years +) RM20 –

Terms & Conditions
Prove of MYKad at redemption counter is needed.
Child 3 years old and below or 90 cm below is free.


Every Thursday to Sunday
Time: 7.30 pm & 9 pm

For more info, visit their site at and Facebook page

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Sesame Street Live-Elmo Makes Music

Creatively entertaining! That is the two words to describe the special appearance by Elmo and his friends from Sesame Street today at the Ground Floor, Highstreet of 1 Utama shopping centre in conjunction with Genting Mega Fun Roadshow.


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Sesame Street the popular educational television program designed for preschoolers has been a great success for 45 years, making it one of the longest-running shows in television history. ‘Sesame Street Live – Elmo Makes Music’ at Resorts World Genting will feature nearly two dozen songs, including classics that children love to sing along such as ‘C Is for Cookie’ and ‘The Alphabet Song’ during the performance from 28th November 2014 until 3 January 2015.

At the launch, Elmo was with Cookie Monster, Bert and Ernie. They gave a spectacular welcome to the audience with their short and energetic musical performance.

Mr Kevin Tann giving his speech

“The Sesame Street has not been back to Malaysia for a few years. ‘Sesame Street Live- Elmo Makes Music’ is a new production that will definitely wow its audience. It’s a high energy pack musical performance that will get all the kids excited,” says Mr Kevin Tann, Vice President- Promotions and Entertainment of Resorts World Genting during his opening speech today.

Mr Christopher Harper giving his speech


Christopher Harper, the Director of ‘Sesame Street Live-Elmo Makes Music’ says ” ‘Sesame Street Live- Elmo Makes Music’ comes with a brand new production that includes many new songs that kids can sing with and a lively musical performance by Elmo and Friends. I have choreographed and directed International UK, 1-2-3… Imagine! with Elmo and Friends, When Elmo Grows Up, My Little Pony Live, Big Bird’s Sunny Day Campout and many more. By far, I would highly recommend all to come watch ‘Sesame Street Live-Elmo Makes Music’ as it is very entertaining and the kids will love it!”

The performance began with Cookie Monster appearing first, followed by the inseparable BFF Bert and Ernie, and Elmo with his grand appearance….

The ‘Sesame Street Live-Elmo Makes Music’ is part of the Genting Mega Fun road show that started since 13th August. Up to 1,888 special preview tickets scheduled for 27th November 2014 to the show has been given out to lucky winners. Audience at the launch also participated in the Reading Together, muppet making workshop.


Group photo with Mr Christopher Harper and Mr Kevin Tann (he is in between Elmo and Cookie Monster)


Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Cookie Monster, Big Bird and all other Sesame Street friends will be taking the stage to give Malaysian fans the ‘Sesame Street Live-Elmo Makes Music’ at the Genting International Showroom, Resorts World Genting from 28 November 2014 onwards.

The Q & A session

The ‘Sesame Street Live-Elmo Makes Music’ is proudly organized by Resorts World Genting and produced by VEE Production. Official loyalty card is Genting Rewards card and CIMB Bank is the official bank partner of the show. Both Genting Rewards and CIMB bank card holders will be given exclusive discounts on the tickets. Grab your tickets fast. Ticket price starts from RM88 onwards.

For more information, please visit

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A Day of Fun in 100 Doraemon Secret Gadgets Exhibition

Familiar with this anime character?


Those who grew up in the 90s are probably familiar with it. Yups. It’s Doraemon. :) A well famed Cat-Robot from the 21st Century.


Team E.T.A was recently invited by Tourism Kuala Lumpur to join a
FAM trip to 100 Doraemon Secret Gadget Expo in Viva Homes Cheras with a bunch of celebrities. :) Our junior member, Little A was very excited, to be able to finally meet Doraemon.


100 Doraemon Secret Gadgets Expo can be likened to a small scale characters centred theme park, where everything from the Doraemon comics and TV adaptation is brought to live. You can see the gadgets featured in the comics there.


Along with the scenes from the comics…all are brought to live in this expo.


Apart from that, visitors can also purchase various exclusive, never seen before Doraemon merchandises.


Visitors can also experience eating food that’s featured in the Doraemon comics in the Doraemon themed Cafe in the vicinity of the expo.

The expo will be ongoing until 23rd March 2014 and below is the information about it.


:) so what are you waiting for? There’s still time to see Doraemon and friends. :)

Picture collage courtesy of our junior member, Little A.

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The Dangers Of Foot Infection for Diabetics


The 3D2N Railway Tour Package trip to Perak left a huge impact on me as spending time with my foster family in a secluded kampung sends me down the memory lane, right to my childhood days when my late grandmother was still alive.

You see, I was somewhat a kampung girl when I was growing up. My father is the sort of people who emphasized on strong family ties, and so most of my childhood years were spend visiting my grandparents in kampung. We usually visited and overnight there every weekend, and most of our festive holidays were spent there too. I wasn’t really fond to go back hometown ever week, to be honest. As a child, I wanted a more ‘modern’ kind of fun. I longed to hit the mall with friends or stay at home and play computer games. In other words, I was envious of my peers of my age who gets to spend time that way instead of being stuck in a boring kampung with their grandparents.

But I’m an adult now and looking back, I appreciate my father’s effort to give me precious and irreplaceable memory. How many people my age could honestly say that their childhood was well spent? Anyone could say they lurked in the malls during weekends, buy not many could tell you that they spent their childhood holidays and weekend with their grandparents, doing what kampung kids did…swimming and frolicking in the waterfall, go fishing with grandfather, getting all muddy and dirty in the paddy field, picnic by the paddy field and playing kites with cousins, climbing rambutan and guava trees and eat the fruits on the tree itself… Those memories are priceless and not something the kids these days could easily experience.

Yes, spending time with Mak Tok, my foster mother during my stay in Bukit Gantang Homestay triggers a lot of childhood memories, and made me miss my late grandmother dearly.

My late grandmother and I was particularly close. She dotes on her grandchildren a lot, but unfortunately for us, she passed away as soon as I went to college and started to build my own life. Is is my son’s misfortune to never be able to know his loving great-grandmother, as we lost her to a deadly illness known as diabetes. Yes. My late grandmother was a DIABETES patient, and the last few years of her life was a painful memory to revisit.

My late grandmother was diagnosed with diabetes as early as in her 30s, and she has been strictly on diet and medication since. Things were under control for a few decades, but her diabetes kinda got worst when she was in her 60s. She was admitted to hospital on and off because of it. Despite of her effort to watch her diet and taking medicines religiously, my late grandmother still suffers from high blood sugar level that leads to various health issue. She had poor blood circulation and whenever she injures or cut herself on her feet, her foot infection gets really hard to heal. Hard to heal READ: almost never gets heal. A small cut will remain bloody, filled with smelly pus and as time goes by, the infection gets worst. From a small cut, the wound gets bigger and bigger and the pain became much more intolerable for her. It brought so much pain for us to see my grandmother in pain, and at some point, the doctors suggested amputation, which my grandmother was strongly against.

As time goes by, my grandmother succumbed to the deadly illness, something each and every one of us in the family regrets. There are times I wonder, if medical science was as advance back then as it is now, could my grandmother be saved and spared from all the sufferings? I thought, perhaps, if there was proper blood sugar control, it could have at least ease her suffering if not prevent her demise.

You see, my grandmother may have been departed, but my grandfather is very much alive, and though suffering from the very same disease, diabetes, he coped with the illness much better with the help of Live-well Mecomin.

He began taking Live-well Mecomin as per suggestion by his doctor and pharmacist, 1 capsule 3 times a day which helped him to relief the numbness in his feet.. Mecomin is a supplement, not a miracle medicine, mind you, as it is a mere Vitamin B12 supplement but Live-well Mecomin has no doubt improved my grandfather’s quality of life as it helped to regenerate damaged peripheral nerves and prevents feet numbness that has been plaguing him for years before taking Live-well Mecomin.

My grandfather can now take a walk around the kampung with us without complaining of feet numbness due to diabetes within 5 minutes of walk. A wonderful and very welcomed improvement, if you ask me. he now could feel his legs better. No more complaints about numbness and stuff and whenever he injured his legs, he could spot it early and get it treated before it gets worst. What a relief. All of us could stop worrying that he would suffer from feet amputation and whatnot the way my grandmother did before her passing.

Now, it is a fact that talking and reminiscing about the good old times or wistfully wishing that my late grandmother took Live-well Mecomin will not bring her back to life, but I do wish that this particular supplement could help those who are suffering from diabetes could benefit from it and improve their quality of life. Live-well Mecomin contains mecobalamin, the neurologically-active form of Vitamin B12 vital to the central and peripheral nervous system. Mecobalamin protects against neurological (nerve) disease and has the ability to regenerate damaged nerves in people (especially diabetics) with peripheral nerve damage. Diabetics and pre-diabetics are advised to supplement with mecobalamin as they are most prone to peripheral nerve damage. If nerve damage is left untreated for an extended period, diabetics face a higher risk of leg amputations.

Live-well Mecomin

Live-well Mecomin is suitable for:

  • Diabetics
  • Pre-Diabetics
  • Those with symptoms of nerve damages such as
    • Loss of feeling
    • Numbness
    • Tingling
    • Burning sensation
    • Nerve pain
  • Those recovering from surgery, accident and multiple fractures
  • Those suffering from Pernicious Anaemia
  • Vegetarians

Live-well Mecomin helps to:

  • Re-generate damaged nerves
  • Promotes healthy nerves
  • Protects against degeneration process of the nervous system
  • Reduces nerve pain from diabetes

According to grandfather, Live-well Mecomin is available in 90 Vegetable Capsules Blister Packed (10’s X 9)Â and you need to take 1 vegetable capsule (500mcg) three times daily after meals for it to works effectively. I suppose, that’s a small sacrifice to make in exchange of a better quality of life. So if you have anyone suffering from diabetes, you might want to look into this supplement and ask your doctors if you could take em so that you can benefit from it. Don’t wait til it’s too late. Prevention is always better than cure 😀


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