The calcium intake of Filipinos is inadequate because they are not eating and drinking enough milk and milk products, according to the latest survey by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute of the Department of Science and Technology (FNRI-DOST).
Last Sunday I celebrated my milestone birthday together with the launch of my latest book The Retelling of The Richest Man in Babylon and my new website FQMom.com.
Today’s society has lots of busy people who do not have the luxury of time to eat a proper and healthy meal. With almost everyone’s busy schedule, most of us tend to eat whatever is available on the road or whatever food is left at the refrigerator. These food usually comprise of noodles, junk food and food from fast food chains that often offer a quick fill-in for hungry stomachs but they are often not healthy.
Kicking off the next leg of their partnership, DMPI and FNRI launched Health Smart last September 30, 2014 at Kamia Ballroom, EDSA Shangri-la Hotel. Health Smart is a media forum on their campaign towards making proactive decisions that help prevent bone and heart diseases, in order to maintain their desired lifestyle.
Fitness is a lifestyle.
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On a recent trip to Cebu, I was a house guest of my dear friend Mariquita Yeung who taught me a thing or two about the wonders of drinking green vegetables instead of eating them.
Ellesse was at it again, but this time with a colorful weekend soiree!
Because of the impending increase in the population, obtaining sustainable resources for the future would be difficult. Supply shortage, specifically food sources would dwindle putting the survival of the population at stake.
In order to combat the food shortage crisis, people may need to consider changing their diet, including eating insects.