Pressures and challenges dragged us to work more for the people we care for and in order to survive. However, burying ourselves into such practice will likely result in neglecting our own physical and emotional well-being. Many believe that excellent health means high productivity and better income. It also brings out emotional health, the ability to manage stress, and a more positive, pro-active approach in life – which empowers us to be strong for our loved ones during difficult times.
The recent Health and Wellness Fair 2015 held at Rockwell tent was participated by several organic brands and food preparations and one of those is Premium HyC150. Around 70 beauty and wellness brands showcased their products in the event, organized by ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation Inc. (ALKFI) together with G Stuff Inc. During the three-day fair, beauty and wellness guru Cory Quirino shared her secrets to looking, feeling and living young in an exclusive talk to guests mentioning the benefits of
As much as you would like to loose some pounds by regularly going to the gym or take morning brisk walk daily, you’ll find yourself making an excuse that you do not have time, right? One alternative to lose weight is to take dietary supplements but you might have some reservations about its side effects or which yields the best and safest results. One brand is fast becoming the talk of the town as the product of choice for safe
Age does matter for many, especially to beauty and health conscious women. In a busy world, some overlooked the importance of keeping a healthy lifestyle thus fastened our aging. But good thing there are anti-aging products available. However, one must be meticulous enough to know which ones are effective. Premium HyC150, the new collagen drink product recently launched in the Philippines by FINE Japan Co. Ltd., raises the bar higher by providing all the effective anti-aging nutrients in one
A new study might point out what we all already knew, but it bears reiterating anyway: This generation is creating pain for itself simply by sitting. A study performed by the British Acupuncture Council shows that today’s “couch potato culture” encourages people to spend more time sitting down, thus putting more strain on the back muscles. The study was done to mark Britain’s acupuncture awareness week, which was March 3rd to 10th of this year. The study surveyed 5,000 adults