Sunday, March 26, 2006

Omega 3 Rubbish

HU n. fish

The British Medical Journal (25 March 2006 edition) finds that Omega 3 fatty acids do not prevent heart attacks or cut deaths from heart disease. The health benefits are not clear from the evidence so far, the researchers say.

According to the study, those who eat most fish tend to be people with healthier lifestyles. The effects of better eating and more exercise have not been sufficiently allowed for in previous Omega 3 studies.

So don't go rushing out to buy health supplements just because they say "GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH" on the tin.

In fact, I can safely say, reading Sisuahlai is a lot healthier (and cheaper).

Forget about Omega 3, just eat more fish....

8 Comments:

Blogger kelvin said...

8 inches.......only?
lol

March 25, 2006 8:30 PM  
Anonymous Jin said...

8 inches sounds like about right for adults' slippery dicks.

March 26, 2006 6:05 AM  
Anonymous KpgNangkaBoy said...

I wonder if they serve that in restaurants...."Waiter...5 slippery dicks pan fried please. and make sure they're at least 8 inches long." hoo boy...have to ask Qua Vadis the chef about this. hehehe.

March 27, 2006 11:22 AM  
Anonymous QuaVadis said...

KNB....HAHAHAHAHAHA well, we can serve it to those feels that they require 8 inches slippery dicks to compensate for their own "shortness" ahahahahahaha

But incidently, we have yet to come with a recipe for it, but like I said, if you feel that you need to compensate for your shortness, we can always try...maybe "pais" or "steam" it hahahahaha

March 27, 2006 11:33 AM  
Blogger Wuching said...

QV: wuah! ur a chef kah! cook me some kampua please!

March 27, 2006 11:41 AM  
Anonymous QuaVadis said...

How to Cook Slippery Dicks.

As requested by KNB,

1st, remember to skin the fish properly as this will reduce the "fishy taste" especially around the head area.

(Pais)
Wrap in some form of skin, preferably banana leaves, and then, place on hot smoky fire, and smoke it till it cooks, cooked fish can be identified by its touch and texture and also the white collugated protein that can be seen coming out of the fish's body (usually means that its overcooked)

(Steaming)
Same method as above, just that you dont have to wrap it in a sking, and pop it into a steamer until the same desired effect as above appears.

Bon Apetit......hahahahaha

March 27, 2006 11:42 AM  
Anonymous QuaVadis said...

Wuching..Kampua ah...simple ahh..all u need is lard, mee and bawang merah..and there you go..ohh dnt forget MSG hahahahaha, iam and bicin..dnt worry, if JC goes over to Melbourne, or I myself..or Amelia, will send them some frozen fresh kampua mee that you can cook and make yourself there...

March 27, 2006 11:43 AM  
Anonymous Amelia said...

Sisuahlai, when you're back in Sarawak...visit me in Sibu & I'll belanja you Sarawak's ikan seluang or slippery dicks. From the photo, I think they're the same fish... then again I could be wrong... ;)

March 28, 2006 2:57 AM  

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