Christmas Feast Ideas That You’ll Love

There are two traditional feasts that Filipino families often look forward to during Christmas time: the Christmas Eve Noche Buena and the one that follows on the 25th itself, which is often held as part of a festive family reunion. Either way, expect those in charge of preparing the dishes to pull out all the stops to serve the most delectable food on the table for everyone to enjoy.

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My Top 10 Tips on Staying Fit and Motivated This Holiday Season

Weight can creep up over the holidays—and, unlike visiting relatives, may never leave. According to our fourth annual holiday survey, Americans expect to gain 8 pounds at the end of this season, and 64 percent of them are actively planning to delay healthy attempts until the New Year. This is a 9 percent increase compared to 2020 and a 23 percent increase from 2019.

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PH’s 1st Stevia grower-manufacturer launches No Sugar iced tea mixes

GIDC, The Stevia Company, and maker of Glorious products, is bringing no sugar iced tea mixes in major supermarkets and groceries! Consumers who cuts on sugar in their diet can now enjoy low calorie, no sugar iced tea mixes that are sweetened by natural alternatives.

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Looking To Improve Your Mood? You Should Try Intermittent Fasting

Many people have finally found success with a weight loss regime once they incorporated intermittent fasting into their routine. If you want to try this style of eating, you may get more benefits than just a slimmer figure. Fasting may also help improve your mood. More studies have shown promising results connecting intermittent fasting to a happier self.  

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Herbalife Nutrition Virtual Run Returns This October

Herbalife Nutrition will stage the second edition of its Virtual Run from October 1 to 31, 2021. Now on its second year, the challenge is part of the premier global nutrition company’s Get Moving With Good Nutrition campaign that seeks to give people the push toward healthy active living.

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Hearty Meals for a Healthy and Happy Family

Trust the Filipino to put the most positive of spins on the most difficult of times. And that is exactly what many Filipino families are doing in this pandemic, which is leaving people little choice but to hole up at home rather than risk their health outside. While this situation is less than the ideal, many Filipino families are using the extra time they are spending at home to bond with one another—usually over food, whether for a kingly breakfast, a sumptuous lunch, a mouthwatering merienda, or a delectable dinner.

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Asia’s Broth Queen Goes Live with Heart Evangelista-Escudero for Healthy Living!

Last Monday, September 13, Asia’s Broth Queen, Kim King, went live on the Kim King’s Kitchen Instagram account (@kimkingskitchen) to talk about healthy living, aging well, and the challenges of personal fitness. Kim King’s Kitchen is one of the fastest growing health & wellness companies in the Philippines. From its humble beginnings as a home enterprise that pioneered “The Organic Bone Broth” during the onset of the pandemic, Kim King’s Kitchen has grown into a full-size, end-to-end meal preparation business serving 12,000 meals and 22,000 liters of organic broth to over 4,000 clients.

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JINRO Flavored Soju in Shopee now!

Korean Soju has been the alcoholic drink of choice in South Korea, and no brand comes close to Jinro. South Korea’s best-selling soju brand — and the world’s top-selling spirit, Jinro was launched last 1924. By volume, Jinro is the most popular alcoholic beverage according to International Wine and Spirits Research (IWSR).

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Useful Food Habits for Students and Cheap Proofreading Tips

Many young people do not know how to eat right, and thereby weaken their immune systems, endangering their bodies. Some people do not make sense of proper nutrition on purpose. But a healthy diet plays a vital role in the prevention and treatment of many diseases, ensures growth, vital activity and human development. And if you don’t eat healthy, who knows what can happen to you, if not now, then in the future. And in this regard, the risk group, oddly enough, includes students. Student time is overstrained, lack of money, nerves, lack of sleep and, it seems, against this background, there is no time to think about nutrition.

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Saigon Bistro’s Authentic Vietnamese Gastronomic Review

Vietnamese cuisine is probably one of my best favorites in the whole world. It’s very easy to say that it’s always in my Top 5. Even when I went to Brussels, I went to one of the authentic Vietnamese restaurants to eat pho ga during a rainy day! Luckily, I don’t have to travel again just to taste a yummy and fresh Vietnamese food. I recently discovered Saigon Bistro, a new Viet restaurant located at Century City Mall in Makati. Coincidentally, the owner of this restaurant also owns Vinatrang Cuisine where my first ever blog article became live!

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