Sunday, February 28, 2016

Be Naturally Beautiful with Vita-E

2/28/2016 12:45:00 AM 1 Comments

2016 is a year for all natural, we get all serious whenever we see another DIY video on YouTube to achieve a more natural makeup, hair- do, or even a fashion OOTD. Looking natural is the way to go, achieving this looks, makes you look younger and effortlessly beautiful. Gone are the days when you put on so much blush on and foundation to cover up your blemishes, this years, trend is all about, less is more.

It’s the same issue for our skin, sometimes we get so addicted using so many products on our skin. In belief that it’ll make our skin more radiant and smooth, but that’s not always the case. Using less skin care products can be healthier for you, using a skin care product that will give you all the benefits that your skin really needs. 

ATC Healthcare International Corp. searched for the best ingredient that gives a more beautiful and fit it into one convenient capsule of Vita-E. 

Vita-E contains 400 IU of vitamin E, a known antioxidant that effectively protects the cells against free radicals and gives our skin a beautiful, youthful and effortless glow. 

Free radicals are molecules that harm cells and contribute to the development of conditions such as stroke and cancer which Vita-E helps to prevent. These antioxidants are also essential for the maintenance of healthy skin by protecting it from UV-induced damage. Vita-E works from the inside making you feel AND look great. Not only that Vita-E is essential in maintaining the functions of our heart, blood vessels, and nervous system, Vita-E also gives all around protection for a healthy immune system.

Take care of what’s beneath and be naturally beautiful with Vita-E. Vita-E is recommended to be taken one capsule per day. Vita-E is SRP P14.00 per soft gel capsule, available at Mercury Drug and all other leading drugstores nationwide.

All Clean with FatOut

2/28/2016 12:39:00 AM 0 Comments

Are you all clean? Clean on the inside and the outside? Since we’re kids we’re thought to always have a good hygiene. People always make sure to teach us how to take a bath, brush our teeth, brush our hair, and stay prim and presentable at all times. Hygiene is very important in our health, but what most people forget to teach is, being clean on the inside especially our colon is very important. Worry no more because FatOutcan help with that. 

FatOut can help make your digestive system more effective. When our colon is cleansed it pushes out undigested waste, clearing the way and helping you absorb good nutrients better. With a healthy colon your digestive system allows you to easily pass undigested waste through your system which can result to having lesser risk of other digestive problems and disorder and also help in weight loss.

FatOut has the revolutionary Sweep and Shred Formula which helps in cleansing your colon and trimming down your fat. Psyllium Husk sweeps and cleanses toxins in your colon while Green Tea Extract shreds and burns your fat. FatOut eliminates hard-to-digest fats and helps detoxify the colon. It nourishes the digestive system that can help in proper bowel movement and digestion. The sweep and Shred formula can help you lose the pounds without putting your health at risk. Note that, FatOut is not a medicinal drug and is not used to treat the symptoms of any disease. 

FatOut should be taken daily, before every meal, preferably with a warm glass of water. FatOut is available at all Mercury Drug stores and other leading drugstores nationwide for SRP P125.00 per capsule. Stand out with FatOut!

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Friday, February 26, 2016

Free Blogger Opp: The Loot Crate Loot Pets Giveaway

2/26/2016 06:04:00 PM 0 Comments

Blogger Opp ~ The Loot Crate Loot Pets Giveaway (5 Winners!) #LootPets #LootCrate ~ #Free & #Paid Options Available


Deliciously Savvy is hosting a super fun Pet Giveaway! 5 Lucky Winners will each receive a New Loot Pets Crate for their own dogt! What is Loot Pets you ask? Loot Pets is a Monthly Crate of Geeky Gear and Goods for your Dog! Loot Pets is a Monthly Mystery Crate for Pets and the People That Love Them... delivering apparel, accessories, toys, treats and more! You get a $50+ value in every crate PLUS for each crate purchased... Loot Pets will donate $1 to a local, national, or international animal welfare charity! I just love that! Now Deliciously Savvy needs your help promoting this super awesome giveaway from Loot Pets! #Free & #Paid Options Available.... but sign ups are short so join in today!

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Thursday, February 25, 2016

Free Blogger Opp: $150 Paypal Giveaway!

2/25/2016 07:33:00 PM 0 Comments

Hey bloggers! Here is a great new blogger opportunity (Hosted by Lil' Blog and More)

This should be an awesome event - As it's the biggest prize yet - We are expecting a HUGE turnout, so be sure to join in (There are lots of options available!)

Prize for the event: $150 via Paypal.

Actual Giveaway Dates: 3/17/2016 -4/3/2016.

This is a great way to gain a lot more followers on your social media channels! There are completely FREE options, sharing options (for additional entries on the form.) and paid options, available! 
Last day to sign up for this event: 3/12/2016. 
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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Top 10 Alternatives to Malling in Metro Manila

2/23/2016 11:27:00 PM 0 Comments

There is more to malling in Metro Manila, according to real estate website

MANILA, February 1, 2016. Going to the mall has become a staple for anyone living in Metro Manila looking to pass the time, which is kind of a shame in some aspects. There are so many other ways you could be spending your free time if you dared to venture out of the multiple walls of your favorite monolithic shopping center. If you want to change up your usual routine, check out’s list of things you can do in various cities of Metro Manila.

See Manila in a different light
“Walk This Way,” a Manila walking tour founded in 2002 by performance artist/political activist/tour guide Carlos Celdran, is a history lesson taught by someone who’s far from the one you probably had in school. The tour is basically a one-man show; a period-costumed Celdran narrates significant points of Philippine history through acting, music, and a lot of comedy.

Work out at SM MOA’s seaside grounds
The long boardwalk on SM Mall of Asia’s seaside is a favorite go-to for people trying to be more physically active. Visit on a weekend morning and you’ll find the place teeming with people doing all sorts of outdoor activities, from jogging to walking their dogs to even Zumba.

Play restaurant bingo in Sikatuna, Quezon City
Okay, so there isn’t really an activity like that (although wouldn’t that be fun?), but there’s no denying that over the years, we’ve seen the rise of various types of restaurants in the area, particularly in Maginhawa Street. Cuisines range from European to Asian to American, and styles from holes-in-the-wall to big brand franchises, so if you want to eat something different every day for at least a month here, you won’t be disappointed.

Push your biking limits in Alabang, Muntinlupa
For sporting enthusiasts with a need for speed, take your bikes to the Filinvest MTB Trail, where challenging trails can put your riding skills to the test. Not into biking? No worries; this lush trail also serves as a relaxing urban getaway for joggers.

Watch buskers in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Are you the type who listens to underground musicians before they become mainstream? You’d feel right at home in BGC, where buskers or street artists perform their craft free of charge (though they won’t say “no” to donations). And think twice before ignoring these outdoor artists; world-renowned performers B.B. King, Tracy Chapman, and Robin Williams started out as buskers, too.

Shop and dine alfresco in Makati
This city really is one that doesn’t sleep; aside from being a busy financial district from Monday to Friday, enterprising individuals do business on the weekends too. Salcedo Park, for one, transforms into one hectic but fun market every Saturday. Offerings come in the form of arts and crafts as well as good eats, so there’s something for everyone.

Go bird-watching in Las Piñas and Parañaque
No, we don’t mean stand outside your house and stare at the birds perched on a nearby electrical wire. The Las Piñas–Parañaque Critical Habitat and Ecotourism Area (LPPCHEA) is a 175-hectare nature reserve that’s home for over 80 species of birds and 70 kinds of trees. All you need to bring is a camera, as entrance to LPPCHEA is free.

Take a photowalk in Santa Elena, Marikina
As one of the first towns established by the Augustinians in the 1700s, Santa Elena has quite a collection of historical structures. Some of its most famous heritage sites are the Our Lady of the Abandoned Parish, which was consecrated in 1690; the Vivencio “Captain Venciong” Cruz house, built in 1851 and is one of the oldest homes in the city; and Kapitan Moy Building, the 200-year-old home of Don Laureano Guevarra, who founded the Marikina shoe industry.

Awaken your love for art in Mandaluyong
Whether you’re a budding Andy Warhol or someone who just appreciates good art, you’ll find it hard not to marvel at the works displayed at Art Underground in Mandaluyong. Primarily a gallery for contemporary visual art, Art Underground also features creations in other artistic disciplines, such as literature, performance, film, design, and architecture.

Haggle for goods in Pasig Public Market
Whatever you’re planning to cook for Sunday lunch with the family, you’re bound to find the ingredients here. Formally known as the Mutya ng Pasig Public Market, it’s widely recognized as the largest of its kind in the country, spanning 19,457 square meters and rising three stories. It’s said to have over 2,400 fixed stalls, but when flea market kiosks are open on the weekend, you have a total of more than 5,000 stalls to shop from.

Monday, February 22, 2016

Seven Metro Manila Neighborhoods to Watch in 2016

2/22/2016 10:30:00 PM 0 Comments

MANILA, December 17, 2015: The Philippine economy’s continued rise is apparent in the real estate front, notably as evidenced by the condo projects, commercial centers, and office buildings that are being built one after the other in the Metro Manila area. While the business center of Makati and the always investment-worthy Bonifacio Global City will constantly remain hot commodities for both investors and end-users, there are a few areas within the metro that are looking just as promising in terms of offering real estate opportunities in the coming year. names the seven neighborhoods in Metro Manila that are sure to be on the list of those who are planning to move to a new home or considering buying a property as an investment in 2016.

Alabang, Muntinlupa
It’s hard to believe that Alabang was once just a farming district as it has one of the most thriving commercial centers in the metro, with the construction of Filinvest City and Alabang Commercial Center. An ideal place for young professionals, Alabang is close to the offices located at Madrigal Business Park and Filinvest City, while up-and-coming townships such as Alabang West and South Park District will establish the area as a legitimate real estate hotspot.

Bay City, Pasay
SM Mall of Asia got the real estate ball rolling in this area, shared by the cities of Pasay and Parañaque, when it began operating in 2006, awakening a previously unnoticed part of the city and causing the rise of numerous condominiums. With all this activity, another recreational center soon rose to cater to visitors with a more grown-up idea of fun: the Entertainment City, which houses the City of Dreams Manila and Solaire Resort and Casino (and two more integrated resorts will open until 2018). It also didn’t hurt that Bay City is close to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, and is therefore a frequent favorite stop of OFWs and first-timers to the country alike.

BF Homes, Parañaque
Over the years, BF Homes had grown from being a largely residential area to a thriving gastronomic hub, attracting foodies from all over the metro with the varied restaurants lined up along Aguirre Avenue. But primarily a residential area, BF Homes caters largely to upper middle-class Filipino families, and also has a large population of expatriates from South Korea. One of the most expensive houses for sale in BF Homes is a seven-bedroom house sitting on a 1,108-sqm corner lot. On the other hand, if you have Php3.8 million to spare, you can use it to purchase a three-bedroom townhouse.

Kapitolyo, Pasig
The proximity of Kapitolyo to Ortigas Center makes this neighborhood a magnet for both yuppies and starter families. Kapitolyo is currently home to several restaurants that have popped up over the past couple of years, all of them ranging from street-style grub to fine dining, Asian to European, and affordable to costly. But aside from being a center for foodies armed with cameras and discerning palates, Kapitolyo is also seeing major growth in the real estate category, being close to several up-and-coming real estate projects, such as Alveo’s Portico and Ortigas & Co.’s Capitol Commons. It is also a short drive away from Bonifacio Global City. Townhouses in Kapitolyo are usually priced between Php11 and Php15 million.

New Manila, Quezon City
New Manila traces its roots back to the Second World War as the retreat for rich families who wanted to get away from the hustle and bustle of Manila (the area is actually named as such because it lies in the southwestern portion of Quezon City, which is next to the capital). Currently, the area is perfect for families for its proximity to schools such as St. Joseph’s College, St. Paul University, and Xavier School. Points of interest include Robinsons Magnolia and Greenhills Shopping Center. A family looking to move into a townhouse in New Manila is looking at properties as low as Php5 million to as expensive as Php26 million.

Poblacion, Makati
After the Makati Business District, Poblacion would be the city’s most significant neighborhood, housing several commercial centers, various businesses, government offices, and even a historical area. Poblacion is home to the busy and affluent Rockwell Center and Century City, both of which contain residential, retail, and commercial elements. Makati’s City Hall Complex and Heritage District can also be found in this area of the city. A small family looking can purchase a 163 sqm two-bedroom unit in one of Poblacion’s most affluent condominiums for Php55 million, while a single professional can live comfortably in a 33-sqm studio unit for Php2.2 million.

Sikatuna Village, Quezon City
What Filipino at this day and age hasn’t visited or at least heard of the foodie nirvana that is Maginhawa Street? Don’t be mistaken though; the famous road is not the only thing that makes Sikatuna an ideal place for families looking for a new start. The village is also close to some of the top schools of the country, including the University of the Philippines and Ateneo De Manila University. Prestigious hospitals like the Lung Center of the Philippines, Philippine Heart Center, and National Kidney and Transplant Institute are also minutes away, as are the bike and jogging trails of the Quezon City Memorial. One 14-bedroom house in Sikatuna is listed at Php45 million, but you can buy a brand-new three-bedroom townhouse for Php8.9 million.

Disclaimer: This post is for informational purposes only.

Sam YG at Tree Top Adventure newest Zipline activities

2/22/2016 10:05:00 PM 0 Comments

Tree Top Adventure’s Website Launching Experiencing the extreme is now easier as Tree Top Adventure launches its new interactive website!
On February 26, 2016, from 11:00 AM to 2:30 PM at NIU by Vikings at SM Aura Taguig, Tree Top Adventure will launch its new interactive website in which over twenty participants from the TV and print industries will attend.
The program will be graced by Tree Top Adventure’s General Manager, Ms. Ma. Camille O. Montejo, Marketing and Branding Head, Engr. Grace B. Nicolas and of course, Tree Top Adventure’s Ambassador, Mr. Sam YG.

Tree Top Adventure offers the first and the only motorized ziplines in the Philippines. From a zipline that is seated to a free fall from 60 feet above, one can truly appreciate nature at its best while quenching one’s thirst for adrenaline rush. Tree Top Adventure has six outdoor activities which offer a different experience for every thrill seekers. If one wants to relax, then, one might try the Canopy Ride, a ride similar to the concept of cable cars. The Trekking and Skywalk is good for adventurers who just like to walk and appreciate the beauty of nature. Want to fly like a superhero? Then one might want to try the Superman Ride, a horizontal motorized zipline in which you’ll be flying once backwards and once forwards. Or, Silver Surfer Surfer might be for you in which you’ll be standing on a specialized platform and glide up and down diagonally for multiple cycles.
Want to try more extreme? The Interactive Free Fall will. You’ll be going up and be dropped down suddenly when you reach the 100 feet mark.
The Tree Drop also offers the same extremeness rather; one will be suspended 60 feet parallel to the ground and be dropped as fast as 2 to 3 seconds.
For more information, you could contact (047) 252-9425, 0915 838 9354, 0922 576 9156 for Subic and (074) 442-0800 or 0932 404 1112 for Baguio. You could also visit our website To be more updated, you could like our Facebook page /treetopadventurecamp and follow us on Instagram @tree_top_adventure and Twitter @TreeTopPH.

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Six Exceptional Condo Amenities in Metro Manila

2/17/2016 09:34:00 PM 0 Comments

If you’re tired of the usual lap pool, well-appointed gym, and playground offered by condos, then these six unusual amenities will surely excite you

MANILA, January 27, 2016: It is often said that Metro Manila’s (and the Philippines’, for that matter) condo market is booming that high-rise residential towers are quickly becoming a common sight when one drives around the metropolis. These condo projects come in different designs and architectural styles, cater to different market segments, and offer a whole gamut of amenities that may range from the usual (lap pools, gym, and gardens) to the really exceptional.

Not only has this practice of incorporating exciting amenities becoming a trend, it is helping property developers boost their condo sales, as unique services and amenities help set them apart from the competition. lists six noteworthy condo amenities that many condo dwellers will surely appreciate.


The chapel of the Pacific Plaza Towers. (Photo via

Based on the 2010 census of the National Statistics Office, 80.6% of the Philippine population adheres to the Catholic faith, which means there are approximately 76 million Filipino Catholics. Unsurprisingly
there are a number of condo projects in Metro Manila include chapels in their list of amenities.

One of them is the luxurious, 52-story twin towers Pacific Plaza located along Fourth Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. Their chapel, where a mass is regularly celebrated, is located on the ground floor and connects the two towers. Over at Makati, Discovery Primea, the country’s tallest hotel–residential building that opened in February 2015, also has a chapel on its third floor.


Underground badminton court of One Serendra

When one mentions an amenity related to sports, a basketball court immediately comes to mind. However, as not all definitely enjoy this basketball, developers are now giving their residents more options, and DMCI Homes’ Arista Place is one such condo.

Comprising 11 medium-rise buildings, Arista Place has badminton courts for residents who enjoy this sport. Another condo that offers badminton courts is Ayala Land Premier’s luxury project One Serendra in BGC.


Mini theater of Admiral Baysuites in Roxas Blvd., Manila (Photo of

If you’re up for a movie marathon, what better way to do it than in a theater of your own? Several condos offer their residents exclusive use of their cozy and comfy mini theaters, complete with reclining chairs, wall-to-wall carpeting, a surround-sound system, and a high definition screen. Families and friends can enjoy a day or night of private screenings; they just schedule a reservation with the condo’s admin office, pay a fee (if any), and they’re good to go.

Conceptualized as an exclusive club in a condo, Admiral Baysuites in the premium side of Roxas Boulevard has a mini-theater that can accommodate up to 15 people, all in LazyBoy reclining chairs. The Gramercy, the Philippines’ first fully furnished, hyper-amenitized, and fully serviced residential building, has a Director’s Club that lets residents select movies from their DVD library and watch them in comfortable mini sofas.


Artist rendition of Victoria Sports Tower’s shooting range. (Photo via

Firing enthusiasts will definitely get their kick in Victoria Sports Tower, New San Jose Builders’ 26-story residential building near MRT’s GMA-Kamuning Station. The tower’s main feature is its four-story sports complex, which will have areas for various sports. One of the unique sports offered by the tower is a shooting range, which will have five range lines.


Artist rendition of Azure Urban Resort Residences’ man-made beach. (Photo from Century Properties Facebook page)

If you’ve always wanted a beach in the metro, then Century Properties has you covered. Their nine-building residential development in Parañaque, Azure Urban Resort Residences, has Metro Manila’s first man-made beach. This upscale development will surely give you the satisfaction you need, with its fine white sand from various beaches in the Philippines, waves, and mini waterfalls. Adding to the glamour of this beach-inspired project is international icon and Azure endorser Paris Hilton, who worked with the company’s creative team to design the property’s Paris Beach Club, and even visited the project for its inauguration in 2014.


Planned riverwalk along Pasig River inside Acqua Residences. (Photo via

Rising along the northern banks of Pasig River in Mandaluyong is Acqua Residences, another project by Century Properties. This project has six residential buildings, each named after some of the world’s most famous waterfalls, uses water as a design inspiration. When completed the project will have a riverside promenade, and also in the pipeline is an exclusive river shuttle service that will take its residents to and from Mandaluyong.

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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Topics I’m Scared to Write about on My Blog and Social Media (And How We Can #ShareDifferent)

2/16/2016 11:15:00 PM 0 Comments

Why do you blog or spend time on Facebook? For most bloggers, they blog about things they are passionate about. The same thing can be said to people who spend time on Facebook or Twitter. They want to share things that they love with their friends.

But did you know that there are plenty of things that people don’t share on social media?

Mostly because they are afraid that they might be judged, ridiculed, or worse get fired. According to a study done by Pew Research, most of your friends on Facebook won’t share their opinion about a certain topic if they think it’s unpopular. This is a situation called spiral of silence.  People are afraid to speak up for fear of isolation.

It’s especially more difficult for bloggers. We have to be more careful of what we say. 

Some of the things I don’t talk about on my blog or social media are:
  • My thoughts on love teams and politics which I prefer to talk about it privately with my family and friends. 
  • Some family occasions.
  • Parenting style. 
  • Views on different issues.

The team behind the social app, Veems, has felt that many people share on social media but only topics that they think are safe or fit the status quo. While this is good, there are topics or questions in life that we must explore with other human beings. J The Internet and social media are supposed to be places where we can explore our ideas freely in the first place.

Here’s a video that perfectly captures the thoughts of people who would like to talk about some serious topics on social media:

If you’re an extrovert who have very strong opinions or an introvert who just love to ponder on the important questions in life, here’s why Veems is a good social app for you:

1. Share a public status privately. Just like on Facebook and Twitter, you can share what’s on your mind to your followers. But instead of just posting it on your timeline, the status is sent as a private message. It becomes more personal and you don’t have to comment, “will PM you” if you want to take the conversation privately. 

2. Because when someone replies to your message, only you will see it. This puts you in control of the conversation that you started.

3. Join public chat on Veems like the Anonymous. Iddo Goren, Veems CEO, started the Anonymous public chat to help people share their ideas and emotions more freely. There are topics and certain experiences that we go through daily that we just can’t share on Facebook. The Anonymous public chat is a sure hit--with almost 5 million messages sent in a given day. Users have talked about different topics from the struggles in school to sex, parenting, religion, and relationships.

Have you ever been scared on sharing your opinion on your social media?
Find out how you can share different on Veems by visiting their website and download Veems on Google Play, so you can hugot your heart out.

Indak 24/7 wins Back-to-Back Title at Healthway Medical’s Dance for Health 3

2/16/2016 11:04:00 PM 0 Comments

Healthway Medical — the most trusted and preferred mall-based clinics in the Philippines — recently capped off its third annual Dance for Health competition at the Alabang Town Center. For the second time in row, Indak [24]7 Dance Force won the yearly competition.
Indak [24]7 Dance Force — the official dance troupe of [24]7 Customer Philippines, Inc.—claimed their second championship title after besting seven other teams. The group took home PhP 75,000.00 and premium merchandise from Salem Beds.

Dance for Health is the annual dance battle launched by Healthway Medical to encourage corporations to join its advocacy in promoting a healthy lifestyle among Filipino employees.

Opening the Dance for Health 3 competition with VP of Sales and Marketing, Carmie De Leon, and ATC clinic manager, Dr. Vina Daguio, together with the marketing team.

According to Carmie De Leon, vice president for sales and marketing of Healthway Medical, employers need to put a premium on their employees’ health for them to become more productive at work and at home.
“Being healthy brings a lot of advantages not only to individuals but also to the whole workforce,” De Leon said. “That’s why when we launched the Dance for Health, we had corporations in mind—we want employers to put value on the health benefits of exercising and how this activity can improve their employees’ productivity.”
De Leon said that the Dance For Health competition was first launched to celebrate the company’s anniversary. Now, “we decided to make it a full-blown advocacy for Healthway to easily reach out to corporations and encourage them to move to a healthier lifestyle.”
Eight different teams from some of the country’s biggest corporations danced their way to win this year’s Dance for Health championship crown. The judges were Elijah Africa, a freelance yoga instructor in major hotels such as DusitThani Manila and Makati Shangri-La Hotel; Jill Ngo, one of the country’s top belly dancers; and Mark Angeles, a licensed Zumba fitness instructor in the Philippines.

Participants of this year's Dance For Health raised the bar with their amazing choreography and heart-stopping beats.

The Alabang Town Center crowd are up top their feet as the participants of this year's Dance For Health 3 started to strut their dancing shoes.

Power Dance Company of Powered IOX Events and Entertainment Production bagged third place and received PhP25,000. Meanwhile, the IOX Dance Crew of Powered IOX Marketing Services won second place and received PhP40,000 and special Healthway merchandise. The 30-year-old Chicco Cleofe, the lead dancer for Indak [24]7, said that the team doubled their effort to defend their championship crown. 
“Pinaghandaan talaga naming ito. Nagsacrifice talaga kami para makuha yung title. Nagpay-off naman siya. Kaya I’m very happy with Healthway kasi dinaos nila ulit ito. Mas naging fierce lang yung competition kaya tinaasan din naming yung level of confidence at effort namin kasi alam namin na competitive din yung ibang teams na sumali,” Cleofe said., represented by Angel Leonor and Serine Alejandro awarded the Best in Costume
to the Indak 24/7.

He continued, “Kaya salamat talaga sa Healthway sa pag-initiate ng ganitong event. Sana ipagpatuloy niyo pa ito para mas marami kayong mapasaya at matulungan. Ang ganda kasi eh, it’s for a good cause: to promote healthy living talaga lalo na sa mga tulad naming magdamag nasa office. Sa lahat ng nagtiwala samin, maraming salamat and see you again next year.”
The Dance for Health 3 is part of Healthway Medical’s Sleep, Eat Right, Exercise and De-stress (S.E.E.D.) campaign, which aims to raise the bar in promoting a healthy lifestyle among Filipinos.
De Leon concluded, “Employers are expected to be more proactive in helping their employees maintain a holistic well-being because this makes them more productive. More importantly, keeping your employees healthy also makes them happier, and happy people are always passionate about their jobs and life, in general. At Healthway Medical, we help make Filipino employees do their best in the healthiest way possible.”

IT'S A WRAP! - Participants, organisers and judges of this year's Dance For Health.
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