Your guide to optimal dosage of vitamins, minerals

June 29, 2020
DURING this coronavirus pandemic, people are always looking for ways to improve their well-being. Observing proper health protocols like wearing of facemasks in public, washing or sanitizing hands regularly and following the one-meter social distancing would help prevent the spread of the virus.

How to cope with post-lockdown life

May 30, 2020
• Go on with your modified routine. Because we need to make some changes under “new normal”, try to get back on some of your routine. Start getting used to the sounds of the outside world again. As starter, do some exercise – jogging or walking around your neighborhood before you go to the office. Your body will appreciate the exercise if you’ve not been keeping active and will burn up any excess adrenaline that your anxious body might be producing.

Preventing Migraine Under New Normal

May 28, 2020
During a virtual media briefing, Dr. Corina Maria Socorro A. Macalintal, consultant neurologist at the Asian Hospital and Medical Center, said migraine sufferers (especially those who experience episodic migraine up to 14 migraine days each month) may grow anxious due to the overlap of migraine and COVID-19 symptoms.

Spices Help Reduce Fats in Meals

May 26, 2020
Nutritionists found that coriander, cumin, thyme and parsley help counteracts some of the harmful effects of high-fat meals. Adding even one teaspoon of these spices to a recipe can have anti-inflammatory benefits, reducing the risk of cancer, diabetes or heart disease.

Food firm assures continuous food supply

May 13, 2020
Pilmico Foods Corporation, a food business unit of Aboitiz, said the situation is “well within manageable levels” and they’re remain committed to sustain the food value chain through on time delivery of raw materials needed to continue food production.

Getting Ready to Brace ‘New Normal’

May 12, 2020
WHILE still waiting for the government to lift or modify the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) in the National Capital Region (NCR), getting ready to brace the “new normal” could also mean we need to change our old routine habits and make adjustments to “new life”.