I know I've mentioned in my past blog post in August that I'll go on a reboot and post more often. Heck, I promised to post as often as I used to back when I have started this blog early 2000's. However, as much as I have tried to get back in the groove, I … Continue reading On Excuses & Resolutions: Online Fitness and HCG Diet
I have a confession to make, I haven't been sleeping according to schedule. Crawling to bed was the easiest part however snoozing my way to dreamland is a different story. No, I don't think it's the sandman's fault nor the flock of sheep; it's probably been the adjustment of my work-at-home schedule. Truthful to my capabilities, … Continue reading FLY PROJECT: On Sleep and Caffein Punch.
MAKATI CITY, PHILIPPINES—Every woman is at risk. Cervical cancer is a major problem for Filipino women: it is the second leading cause of cancer deaths among Filipinas, with seven dying of the dreaded disease every single day.[i] What’s more worrying is that two in three Filipinas diagnosed with cervical cancer may die within five years.[ii] Cervical … Continue reading GSK partners with VMV Hypoallergenics: Fight against Cervical Cancer.
One Man's True Story of Ultra Recovery From Alcohol, Drugs and Obesity It's no surprise that, for many, New Year's resolutions have already fallen by the wayside. However giving up won't get us any closer to achieving our goals. Just ask David Clark, a former 320-pound alcoholic, turned pro athlete. Clark's hard-hitting autobiography, Out There: … Continue reading Out There: From 320 Pounds to Pro Athlete.
The basic science behind health and wellness is simple: eat better, eat less, move more, and sleep more. But simple definitely doesn’t mean easy. And so a nearly $1 trillion (and growing) industry has been built around the promise of making healthy, fit, and well easier.Whether out of necessity or enlightenment, we’ve entered a time … Continue reading 24 Health and Wellness Predictions That Could Change the Industry Forever
We all do know that water occupies and plays 80% of your body. We read and get to hear the same advice to gulp up more water than any beverages but do we really get to gulp up as much as we thought we've been having? From what seemed to be just a requirement for … Continue reading My Aqua Tally: Eco friendly, Be Healthy and Merry
We live in a society wherein fast food joints are readily accessible. People strive to lose weight, aim to feel better and get their health under control but in a country where agriculture is abundant; it’s strange that we lack what we are rich on – organics. Where there is a need, there is … Continue reading Juju Eats: Fast Food, Reinvented.
Could your child be a future Olympic track athlete? Does she have the potential to be a wonderful tennis player or a basketball star in college? When your children are small, it's hard to know which sports might be the best fit for them. Your six-year-old may be tall and slim with lots of energy … Continue reading What Sport Will Your Child Excel In?
It has been three years since I last popped on 15mg prednisone, a synthetic corticosteroid drug that is particularly effective as an immunosuppressant drug. It is used to treat certain inflammatory disease such as allergic reactions from hives which I got from bed bugs back in New York and got me fly back to Manila … Continue reading Juicing: Meeting JOE CROSS in FLESH
BUSY IS A GREAT GOOD THING! That's what I always tell myself and anyone who responds to every how are you's; With a smile on my face, despite knowing life's changing and we aren't the ones who used to carry the "young, wild and free" flag, we all eventually started to take responsibilities a notch … Continue reading Health and Wealth