Saturday, July 6, 2013

Sanchwiches made Healthy by Quiznos

Junk food is a popular food choice among the young because it’s tasty, affordable, and accessible despite that fact that they are known to be high in sugar, fat, and calories, while containing minimal nutrients.

Working mothers, like myself, are always confronted with problems on how to negotiate the avalanche of junk food available in the market today. As such, feeding the right food to the family has always been one of the challenges of modern living. Working mothers need to balance busy schedules and allot time to personally prepare their children’s baon can now breathe a sigh of relief.

The Denver, Colorado-based, Quzinos has partnered with the ACA Group to introduce the celebrated toasted and healthy sandwiches in the country. The company cited the Philippines as a market with good potential given the Filipinos’ passion for eating and their strong attachment to American culture and food.

Founded more than 30 years ago, Quiznos will take eating sandwich to a higher level with butcher-quality meats, all-natural cheeses, chef-designed signature sauces, and toasted artisan bread.

Quiznos can be found in Bonifacio High Street, Taguig City; Eastwood, Quezon City; Greenbelt 3, Makati; Alabang Town Center, Muntinlupa; Regis Center, Katipunan Avenue; Shangrila Plaza, Mandaluyong; Robinsons Magnolia, Aurora Boulevard and Venice Piazza McKinley

For franchise inquires, email Ms. Frances Kathrin H. Carreon, Franchise Sales AVP of Quiznos Philippines, at or visit

Friday, July 5, 2013

Himig ng Kalinga campaign of Paracetamol CALPOL

Music has often been applied as "healing force" even in the past. The Roman god of medicine Aesculapius was said to cure diseases of the mind using songs and music. Ancient Greek physician Hippocrates played music for his mental patients as early as 400B.C.

Music therapy was used for healing in Egyptian temples. Foreign health experts recommend the use of music to deliver positive changes in children's psychological, physical and cognitive development plus in the improvement of the social functioning of children with health or educational conditions.

Recognizing the Filipinos' ultimate love for music and the benefits of music in improving health and healing, GlaxoSmithKline Philippines, Inc. (GSK) launched its Himig ng Kalinga program, supported by doctor-recommended Paracetamol (Calpol) in partnership with key hospitals in GMA and Luzon.

The program aims to bring familiar nursery rhyme sings to in-hospital pediatric patients that will be performed by program volunteers.

An original song "Gagaling Ka Rin" qas composed by Jimmy Antiporda and this song will be taught to the patients and parents to further uplift the spirits of hospitalized children. GlaxoSmithKline Philippines, Inc. promotes the use of music therapy in hospitals to help pave the way for the holistic wellness of every Filipino child.

Kontra Kalawang Sa Utak campaign by PHAREX Vitamin E

In line with the celebration of its 25th year, PHAREX HealthCorp, the most prescribed unibranded generics, intensifies its Kontra Kalawang Sa Utak campaign with activities that will continue to educate the public on how to combat embarrassing kalawang moments of the brain caused by free radicals.
Free radicals are damaged oxygen atoms with a missing electron that attack healthy cells and are formed in your body during normal metabolism and upon exposure to environmental factors such as stress, cigarette smoke, alcohol, poor nutrition, air pollution and UV radiation. These have harmful effects to the brain that may result to a decline in mental performance such as slower comprehension, lack of concentration, and memory gap. Jefferson De Guzman, PHAREX Vitamin E Product Manager says, “Filipinos, especially the hardworking ones, are concerned about performing at their best and having an impressive mental performance and this can be achieved with the help of Vitamin E.”
Vitamin E is a powerful anti-oxidant that protects the brain from the damaging effects of free radicals. It has extra electrons to “share” and is able to give them to the free radicals thus stabilizing and neutralizing them. This stops the oxidative stress that damages our brain cells and causes decline in mental performance. PHAREX Vitamin E recently launched Kontra Kalawang Sa Utak activations in various offices and establishments nationwide that will inform and teach the public on how to have peak mental performance. Free samples of PHAREX Vitamin E are also given away to attendees together with information on how it can help them avoid a “rusty brain”. PHAREX Vitamin E (dl-alpha tocopheryl acetate), especially formulated to supply more than the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for adults who want to fight off the harmful effects of free radicals and maintain mental health, also launched a contest on its official Kontra Kalawang Sa Utak Facebook page ( which only requires its followers to submit photos of their own Kalawang Moments with captions on how PHAREX Vitamin E can help prevent them. A total shopping spree of P100,000 will be given away and an e-raffle will determine five (5) winners of gift certificates worth P20,000 each. De Guzman also added that, “Recognizing these Kalawang Moments is the first step to preventing ‘rusting’ of the brain with the help of PHAREX Vitamin E, proper nutrition, physical exercise, enough sleep and a positive attitude”.
To know more about PHAREX Vitamin E’s nationwide Kontra Kalawang Sa Utak activations or the online promo, contact (02) 477-3837 or like PHAREX Vitamin E’s official Kontra Kalawang Sa Utak Facebook page.

Monday, July 1, 2013

Daniel Padilla for Lily's Peanut Butter!

Lily's Peanut Butter has zero transfat. It is also cholesterol free.  That is why Daniel Padilla loves it far way better than other peanut butter brands.  It's right creaminess and thickness makes Daniella Padilla go loco over Lily's Peanut Butter.
Sino ang love ni Lily's? Si Daniella Padilla at wala nang iba?
Daniel is Lily’s Peanut Butter first endorser ever according to owner Ramon Pua, an architect by profession. 

Lily’s Peanut Butter has been in the market for 60 years and the Pua Family were excited to relaunch the brand with mother and son tandem of Karla Estrada and Daniel Padilla as its endorsers.
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