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How foodies can help fight malnutrition

By NIKA ROQUE September 19, 2019 Malnutrition is one of the most persistent health issues in the Philippines, most especially among the less fortunate. In fact, accor­ding to a survey by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute of the Department of Science and Technology, 4 million Filipino children are malnourished. …

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‘Pinas Sarap’ goes on a Spanish food adventure

By The Manila Times September 19, 2019 In celebration of “Pinas Sarap’s” second anniversary, Kara David takes an epic journey to Spain — the country that left the most influence in Filipino history, culture and cuisine. The GMA News TV program takes viewers to a five-part gastronomic adventure beginning today. …

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Festival highlights various ways to enjoy rum

By The Manila Times September 19, 2019 The Tanduay Rum Festival in Bacolod City showcased the different ways one could experience the popular rum. Enjoyed on its own or as a cocktail mix, rum can likewise add a different flavor profile to appetizers, main dishes and desserts. “One of the …

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How functional medicine can rebalance your hormones

By The Manila Times September 18, 2019 Statistics show that 80 percent of women in child bearing stage suffer from hormonal imbalance. Irregular menstrual cycles, infertili­ty, and uterine fibroids — sometimes it seems that these conditions are par for the course for many women, without realizing they could be symptoms …

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7 signs you have hormonal imbalance

By The Manila Times September 18, 2019 Hormones are the most potent chemical messengers in our bodies, telling your body what to do and when. That’s why when your hormones are out of balance, you may be able to feel the effects, whether it be via insomnia, fatigue, weight gain, …

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Best diet for women with polycystic ovary syndrome

By The Manila Times September 18, 2019 When you think of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), you probably think of a gynecologic issue. (It has the word “ovary” right in the title, after all.) But PCOS is actually an endocrine disorder, which causes it to wreak havoc on the body’s hormones. …

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How engineering can prepare kids for the future

By The Manila Times September 17, 2019 Every child has the potential to do great things. But in a world where technology is always evolving and changing the future, a parent — and even a teacher — might wish for a “superpower” to be given to a child. Amir Asor, …

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Empowering young ladies in simple, easy steps

By The Manila Times September 17, 2019 For 20 years, The Powerpuff Girls have been on a mission to prove that girls rule. Now, Cartoon Network is launching #Empowerpuff in the Philippines, an initiative that hopes to make a difference in the life of every Pinay. Support goes a long …

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Saving time in the kitchen with multi-purpose wares

By The Manila Times September 17, 2019 Whether it’s for family brunch, packed lunch for work or school, or a last-minute dinner date, cooking is always a challenge. And sometimes when the menu is an extensive one with different kinds of cooking required, cooking can be extra difficult. But now, …

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Building bridges in the midst of national issues

By The Manila Times September 16, 2019 It was another evening of pomp and pageantry as this year’s Mr. and Ms. Chinatown Philippines culminated in a spectacular display of Chinoy pride, where 25 young contestants — 13 men and 12 women — strutted down the SM Mall of Asia Arena …

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