Lunes, Abril 30, 2018

My Shopee top 10 Summer Must Have


Summer is indeed here and lots of people now or either going to their provinces to go swimming, camping and even hiking in mountains. But have you considered what is the "Must Have" stuff to bring with on your summer adventures aside from those gadgets we use for taking photos and posting it? Let me guide you through some of my own personal must haves.... I am planning to go for a camping so here are some of my summer must have for camping.

Dry Bags
Php 140.00- Php 250.00
Of course, first thing on my list is Dry Bag especially since summer for me is spending more time on the beach or nature to protect my gadgets from water (and sand, too) can serve as a safe for your small valuables such as phone, car keys, cash. So whether I swim or not my stuff will be safe, and I’ll have peace of mind.

Variations:
  • 2L / 5L / 10L / 20L / 30L

Solar Power Bank
Php 259.00

Shell material: plastic
  • Color: white + black, white + blue, white + green, black + white, black + orange, black + black, black + blue, black + green (optional)
  • Battery capacity: 10000mAh (not included)
  • Light source: 8 LEDs
  • Lamp beads operating voltage: DC 5V
  • PCBA board: with double highlight flashlights, with red and blue warning lights
  • Input: 5V ~ 2A
  • Output: Dual USB 5V ~ 2A
  • Battery cells: polymer batteries 6060100 * 2
  • Life: complete charge and discharge cycles ≥800 times
  • Light charging: 200mAh per hour
  • Board: imported IC chip, with over-charge, over-discharge, and short circuit protection.
  • Waterproof: Daily life waterproof 
  • Solar panel size: 10.8 * 6.2cm
  • Solar panel specification: Polysilicon
  • Interface: 2 * USB2.0, 1 * Mirco USB
  • Size: 14.8 * 7.5 * 2cm

Feature:
  • Built-in high capacity rechargeable lithium battery. 
  • Dual USB ports ensure you are able to charge two devices at the same time. 

Sunscreen
Php 239.00 - Php 519.00

For little explorers:
Safe for children 6 months & up. SPF 30 protects skin from 97% of skin-burning UVB rays and broad-spectrum PA+++ protection blocks harmful UVA rays.

The good stuff:
  • Free from parabens, mineral oil and synthetic fragrances
  • Best value: 35% more affordable than other genuinely natural sunscreens  - no need to skimp!
  • Reef-friendly and biodegradable: free from oxybenzone and octinoxate

Nature protects best:
Mineral zinc oxide creates an effective barrier against ultraviolet radiation while healing sunflower oil nourishes skin. Formulated water-resistant to protect your little one’s delicate skin longer during playtime. With a sunshiny vanilla-orange scent.

Camping Tent
Php 330.00 - Php 410.00
There are different kinds of camping tent and sizes. Always chose the lightweight one so that you won't have a problem carrying them and those that are easy to assemble.
  • Nylon Cloth
  • Stainless sticks w/bag

Variations:
2 Person / 4 Person / 6person / 8 Person

Knife Set
Php 350.00

It's always convenient to bring handy equipment for cooking and or for an emergency purpose for cooking, for cutting, or event for cleaning stuff.
  • 11 in 1
  • Personalized
  • Free Engrave
  • Good for personal use or for a gift because you can put the name of the person u want to give at
  • Stainless Steel
  • Also available in yellow
Cookware Camping Set
Description:

  • The use of food grade aluminum anti-hot design, non-toxic odorless, durable deformation
  • Soft and comfortable can be anti-skid, flame retardant material high temperature, effectively prevent high-temperature burns
  • Safety protection of both hands, scratch-resistant corrosion
  • The size of aluminum a hundred years then light, the size of the size of the design of human size, 
  • the formation of integrated sets of space to facilitate space to carry out
  • The technology is oxidized to form a hard protective film
  • Rivets stamping effectively prevent water leakage, effectively prevent high-temperature burns
  • Anti-hot rebound handle, comfortable non-slip, effective control burns, folding design, easy to carry

Material: aluminum
Color: deep gray
Quantity:9 Pcs
Gross weight:710g
Boiler size: 166x89mm
Pan size: 167x39mm
The teapot capacity: 800 ml (diameter 140MM, high 80MM, cap diameter 90MM, outlet diameter 18MM)
Suitable number: 2-3 person

Package Included:

  • 1 x Kettle
  • 1 x Fry Pan
  • 1 x Boiler Pot
  • 1 x Wood Shovel
  • 3 x Bowl
  • 1 x Bamboo Spoon
  • 1 x Clean Cloth

Notes:

  • Due to the difference between different monitors, the pictures may not reflect the actual color of the item.
  • Compare the detail sizes with yours, please allow 1-3cm error, due to manual measurement.
  • Thanks for your understandings.

Includes the following:

  • Bandage
  • Triangulaire
  • Emergency Blanket
  • Flashlight
  • PBT bandage
  • Safety pins
  • Scissors
  • Alcohol wipes and pads
  • Ice pack
  • Tweezers
  • Tape
  • Whistle 
  • Band-aid

Camping Lamp
Php 425.00


  • DC straight, built-in high-capacity rechargeable battery, can be charged more than 500 times, smart fast charge, charging two hours, available 12 hours.
  • Solar panels charge, easy access to the sun, the sun will be able to charge, energy saving.
  • Using 6 class LED energy saving lamp beads, high light beads, soft light shade, up and down light cup, high-quality coating, high reflectivity.
  • positioning guide, is a more smooth stretch, transparent cover and the shell between the 0.5mm space, to ensure that the tensile will not touch the shell.
  • Dual switch design, camping lights fan switch separate control, the use of more convenient.

Item Type: Portable Fan Solar Lantern
Material: ABS, stainless steel
Color: Blue
Life: 15 hours or more
Brightness: 5W energy saving lamp brightness
Lamp Beads: high power LED lamp beads
Power Supply: DC straight + solar charging (built-in lithium battery included)
Expanded Length: 23.9cm
After Shrinkage Length: 184cm
Tube Body: 8cm
Plug Type: US Plug, it applies to Canada, India, Japan, Mexico, Thailand, the United States, the Philippines and so on.

Package:

  • 1 x Portable Fan Solar Lantern
  • 1 x Charging Cable (US plug)
  • Only the above package content, other products are not included.
  • Note: Light shooting and different displays may cause the color of the item in the picture a little different from the real thing. The measurement allowed error is +/- 1-3cm.

Water Bottle
Php 257.00
Specifications:

  • Foldable design can be rolled up when empty, saving space and lightweight. It is relatively compact for luggage when traveling.
  • Metal buckle makes it easy to attach to a variety of items.
  • The bottle is made of food-grade silicone, non-toxic and odorless.
  • Whether you're out camping, biking, running, yoga, Crossfit, or camping, it's simply a great way to have fresh water.

Type: Folding Bottle
Capacity: 400ml
Material: Food Grade Silicone
Features: Foldable, Compact, Non-toxic, with Buckle, Travel, Outdoor Sports
Size: 6.8cm x 21cm/2.68" x 8.27" (Approx.)

Notes:

  • Due to the light and screen setting difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures.
  • Please allow slight dimension difference due to different manual measurement.

Package Included:

  • 1 x Folding Bottle with Buckle

Outdoor Projector
Php 664.00

Description: 

  • Type: Overhead Projector
  • Brightness: 1400 Lumens
  • Projection Distance: 1 - 2M
  • Brightness: Base Your Phone
  • Style: CRT
  • Optical Resolution: 640 x 480dpi
  • Zoom: x 3
  • Contrast Ratio: 400 : 1
  • Materials: Paper,Silicone
  • Theme: Family,Holiday
  • Series: Entertainment,Lifestyle
  • Package size: 18.5*18*11cm/7.28*7.08*4.33in
  • Package Contents: 
  • 1 x Overhead Projector

Now there you have it my summer must-haves and I hope I had helped you out taking notes some suggestive must buy. And I have a good news for new user Visit https://shopee.ph/ or you can download the mobile app and use my code BSUKILEOMY to get Php80.00 OFF on your 1st purchase with a minimum of Php 400.00 spent. 


Enjoy Shopping at Shopee Everyone!


Linggo, Abril 29, 2018

25 Manila Regional Selection Campers advance to the Jr. NBA Philippines

“These kids showed true quality, intensity, and a real passion for basketball. I hope all our participants continue to show their love for the game, keep working hard and follow their dreams.” ~Carlos Barroca, Jr. NBA head coach


9 boys and 16 girls topped the Manila Regional Selection Camp of Jr. NBA Philippines 2018 presented by Alaska to join the roster of Jr. NBA All-Star aspirants from Bacolod, Baguio, and Butuan that will move on to the National Training Camp on May 18-20.





More than 800 players joined the NBA’s global youth basketball program at Don Bosco Technical Institute in Makati on April 21, but only 50 boys and 32 girls returned on April 22 for advanced drills and team scrimmages.  The second day witnessed the selection of the outstanding performers that also exemplified the Jr. NBA core S.T.A.R. values of Sportsmanship, Teamwork, a positive Attitude, and Respect.

Boys Division


Jeremy Gabriel Felix
14, of Ateneo de Manila University

Joshua Minguillo
13, of Anorama Montessori Binan

Lionel Matthew Rubico
13, of De La Salle Lipa

Raphael Tolentino
13, of International School of Better Beginnings

Kim Aaron Tamayo
13, of National University

Rhon Khaniel Telles
13, of St. Anthony de Carmelli

Robert Janus Torres
14, of Victorious Christian Montessori

Dranreb Aeron Singson
14, of Escuela de Sophia Caloocan

Rodelio Tomas
14, of Escuela de Sophia Caloocan

Girls Division


Yza Camila Shalea Alarcon
14, New Era High School

Franzelle Angela Chelzea Besa
14, of Divine World College of Calapan

Franchesca Isabela Buenvenida
11, of Mother of Divine Providence School

Merylle Angelica Cuasay
12, of Adriatico Memorial School

Jay Anne Marie Lachica
12, of Sta. Clara Parish School

Erika Nadine Tenorio
12, of School of the Holy Spirirt Quezon City

Justine Valdes
13, of Saint Pedro Poveda College

Ghemrie Hashley  Garcia
13, Child Jesus of Nazareth School

Valerie Ruth Mapalad
13, of Child Jesus of Nazareth School

Arianne Amber Esquivel
14, of De La Salle Zobel

Kyla Marie Mataga
13, of De La Salle Zobel

Juliana Yap
13, of Escuela de Sophia Caloocan

Marielle Vingno
14, of Escuela de Sophia Caloocan

Maria Juliana Abella
13, of Saint Paul College Pasig

Isabela Louise Gonzales
12, of Saint Paul College Pasig

Aaliyah Mai Reyes
12, of Saint Paul College Pasig

The finalists from the National Capital Region, chosen by the Jr. NBA evaluation committee led by Jr. NBA head coach Carlos Barroca and PBA Legend Jeffrey Cariaso of Alaska will have a chance to vie for the 16 Jr. NBA 2018 All-Star slots and be rewarded with an overseas NBA experience trip with fellow Jr. NBA All-Stars from Southeast Asia later this year.




For more information on Jr. NBA Philippines presented by Alaska, fans can follow Jr. NBA on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jrnbaphilippines.  For all things NBA, fans can visit www.nba.com, like the NBA on Facebook at www.facebook.com/philsnba and follow www.twitter.com/nba_philippines on Twitter.


To learn more about the Alaska Milk Corporation, visit www.alaskamilk.com and www.playph.com.



About the NBA
The NBA is a global sports and media business built around four professional sports leagues: the National Basketball Association, the Women’s National Basketball Association, the NBA G League and the NBA 2K League, set to launch in May 2018.  The NBA has established a major international presence with games and programming in 215 countries and territories in 50 languages, and merchandise for sale in more than 125,000 stores in 100 countries on six continents.  NBA rosters at the start of the 2017-18 season featured 108 international players from a record 42 countries and territories.  NBA Digital’s assets include NBA TV, NBA.com, the NBA App and NBA League Pass.  The NBA has created one of the largest social media communities in the world, with 1.5 billion likes and followers globally across all league, team, and player platforms.  Through NBA Cares, the league addresses important social issues by working with internationally recognized youth-serving organizations that support education, youth and family development, and health-related causes.

About Alaska Milk
According to the 8th National Survey of FNRI and DOH (as of 2013), obesity is one of the most prevalent nutritional problems of Filipino children and adults, with about 5 out of 100 Filipino children being classified as overweight. Obesity can lead to different health problems like heart diseases and even diabetes at a young age, which could lead to serious health, economic and social implications later on in life. In line with Alaska Milk’s mission to bring affordable nutrition and a love of active play to every Filipino household, powering the Jr. NBA is a major part of Alaska’s “NUTRITION. ACTION. CHAMPION.” initiative. By highlighting milk’s nutritional benefits and encouraging children to go out and play, Alaska consistently works to instill the values Determination, Hard Work, Teamwork, Discipline and Sportsmanship in tomorrow’s champions.



Biyernes, Abril 27, 2018

Ayala Multi-Purpose Cooperative, is hosting “MAD4Arts,” a benefit concert for the CENTEX After-Hours Program

“Art plays an important role in the holistic development of children. Which is why the After Hours Arts Program has helped our CENTEX students become more confident young men and women.” ~Ruel Maranan, President of Ayala Foundation
The talented students of CENTEX


Founded in 1998, CENTEX has two campuses—one in Tondo, Manila, and the other in Bauan, Batangas. Aside from these two schools, The program has also trained over 800 teachers from 20 public elementary schools across the country, thus effectively bringing the CENTEX education model across the country. 


As Ayala Foundation’s flagship education program, CENTEX offers bright children from underprivileged families access quality primary public education. This year, CENTEX celebrates its 20th anniversary, and to mark this occasion Ayala Foundation, in partnership with the Ayala Multi-Purpose Cooperative, is hosting “MAD4Arts,” a benefit concert for the CENTEX After-Hours Program on May 9, 2018, at the Ayala Museum, Makati City.


CENTEX gives students the opportunity not only in academics but also to hone their talents in the arts, particularly in music and dance. Through the after-hours art program, students excel not only in academics; they also hone their skills in other areas of learning and development.

Maestro Ruggero Barbieri

Serving as musical director for this concert is Maestro Ruggero Barbieri, former music director and principal conductor of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra. He will be joined by acclaimed violinist Alfonso “Coke” Bolipata and the Pundaquit Vurtuosi, which is the resident chamber orchestra of CASA San Miguel. 


“MAD4Arts” also showcases the talent of CENTEX students who went through the arts program. Five CENTEX alumni, personally trained by Bolipata himself, will be performing with the Pundaquit Virtuosi, while a CENTEX Manila alumna will be lending her voice to the event through a song number. Alumni of the STEPS Dance Program will also be performing at the event.

Ms. Joanna Duarte, Senior Director Programs

“We at the Ayala Multi-Purpose Cooperative believe in the importance of providing the underprivileged youth a brighter future and have pursued Education, whether in the classroom or the arts as its advocacy. We are honored to partner with Ayala Foundation to promote the After Hours Arts Program at CENTEX.” ~Lourdes Orosa, general manager of the Ayala Multi-Purpose Cooperative




MAD4Arts: 
A Benefit Concert for the CENTEX After Hours Program


About the Performers

Maestro Ruggero Barbieri
Musical Director
Maestro Ruggero Barbieri was Music Director and Principal Conductor of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra from 1996 to 2004. Having been mentored by the most prestigious conductors in Europe, he has worked with the world’s best orchestras and was awarded by His Majesty King Juan Carlos of Spain, the Cruz de Isabel la Catolica, the highest honor given to artists. In 2005, Maestro Barbieri formed the Filipinas Chamber Orchestra.

Alfonso “Coke” Bolipata
Alfonso “Coke” Bolipata is one of the Philippines’ leading artists. A seasoned performer, writer, educator, and administrator, he is widely recognized as an advocate for cultural development.

Mr. Bolipata began playing the violin with Mr. Oscar Yatco at the age of 8, then later on with Basilio Manalo and Rizalina Buenaventura. He won first place in the National Competition for Young Artists at the age of 12, then studied at the Juilliard School of Music in New York under the tutelage of various world-renowned violin mentors. He has performed all over the world as a soloist and a chamber musician and is a regular soloist of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra.

He co-founded the Metro Manila Community Orchestra, a community-based orchestra designed for the urban area, and the Symphony By The Sea Community Orchestra composed of gifted students from CASA San Miguel with musician employees at the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA). Mr. Bolipata also served as a Trustee of the Cultural Center of the Philippines for 18 months.

He continues to perform professionally but devotes equal time to working with gifted musicians, molding young artists who have won competitions, attended international seminars, and current members of various professional orchestras.

Pundaquit Virtuosi
The Pundaquit Virtuosi is a chamber ensemble composed of scholars from CASA San Miguel’s Cuerdas-Cuadros music program. 


Steps Dance Project
The Steps Dance Project caters to various premier events in the country and showcases ballet, modern dance, and jazz performances by young gifted Filipino scholars of the Steps Scholarship Foundation founded and currently managed by Sofia Zobel-Elizalde. It is headed by Manager and Choreographer, James Laforteza, a seasoned teacher at the Steps Dance Studio and choreographer for major dance and performing arts groups including Repertory Philippines, Trumpets, Stages Production Specialists, Ballet Philippines, and of course, Steps Dance Studio.

Mariel Reyes, Soloist, Voice
Mariel Reyes is an alumna of CENTEX Manila, Class 2007. She studied at Berea Arts and Sciences High School, Major in Voice and went on to study BS Architecture at the University of Santo Tomas. She was a former member of Hiyas ng Pilipinas Children’s Choir and the UST Singers and has performed with the groups both locally and internationally. She is a licensed and registered architect and master plumber and is currently working as a project coordinator for construction firm based in Taguig City.

Tickets for MAD4Arts are now available at the Ayala Museum lobby (tel. no. 759 8288). They are also on sale at all Ticketworld outlets, or at ticketworld.com.ph (tel. no. 891 9999).




About Ayala Foundation
Ayala Foundation is the social development arm of the Ayala group. As a non-stock, not-for-profit organization that envisions communities where people are productive, creative, self-reliant, and proud to be Filipino. AFI seeks to achieve this through programs in education, youth leadership, sustainable livelihood, and arts and culture.

For more information, visit www.ayalafoundation.org.

About the Ayala Multi-Purpose Cooperative
The Ayala Multi-Purpose Cooperative is an independent cooperative with over 33,000 regular and associate members from the Ayala group. Its assets are currently valued at P2.7 billion.


For more information, visit www.ayalacoop.com

The Allianz Biggest Nationwide National Youth Futsal Invitational Event of the year

“We’re very pleased to be part of this worthwhile national initiative. Through the ANYFI, we’re giving kids the chance to get the best training possible with Bayern Munich and help them pursue their dreams of becoming professionals and national team mainstays someday.” ~Alex Grenz, Allianz Chief Operating Officer 

The road to a dream training in Munich begins at the 2018 Allianz National Youth Futsal Invitational (ANYFI). The 2018 ANYFI follows up the successful initial staging last year. After a well-attended and competitive elimination and finals, five standouts were selected to represent the Philippines in the AJFC in Bali, joining counterparts in seven other countries in sessions with Bayern greats Giovane Elber and Klaus Augenthaler. Two of them, JM Mitra and Aeron Tenollar were later picked for the AJFC World Camp in Munich.
"'Di bale pong nakayapak basta patuloy ang paglalaro ng football."



Staged by The Henry V. Moran Foundation and Allianz PNB Life Insurance, Inc. and sanctioned by the Philippine Football Federation, kicks off with its local eliminations in key cities from April 27 through May 13, giving aspirants the chance to strut their stuff and vie for stints in the Allianz Junior Football Camp in Thailand and eventually Germany for training with FC Bayern Munich.

Mr. Alexander Grenz, Cheif Operations Officer of Allianz PNB Life Insurance

Mr. Danny Moran, Chairman of the Henry Moran Foundation


Featuring the 12U, 14U and 16U age brackets for both boys and girls, the ANYFI kicks off with the local eliminations from April 27 to May 13 in nine areas progressing into the regionals from May 19 to 27 and finally the national finals from June 2-3 in Sta. Cruz, Laguna.

Ms. Gae Martines, Chief Marketing Officer of Allianz PNB Life Insurance

A total of eight deserving kids from this tournament will be chosen to join counterparts from other Asian countries in the AJFC in Thailand in July. From here, three will be selected to go to Munich in September for the ultimate experience of training at Bayern’s home city and seeing their idols live at the Allianz Stadium.

Mr. Chieffy Caligdong, Football Athlete, and Coach
"Ang pagpapalago sa Football ay isa sa mga personal kong pangarap na matupad sa ating bansa."

Mr. Rei Abrazaldo, Branding Communication & Digital Director of Allianz PNB Life Insurance


Mr. Kevin Goco

Staged by The Henry V. Moran Foundation and Allianz PNB Life Insurance, Inc. and sanctioned by the Philippine Football Federation, kicks off with its local eliminations in key cities from April 27 through May 13, giving aspirants the chance to strut their stuff and vie for stints in the Allianz Junior Football Camp in Thailand and eventually Germany for training with FC Bayern Munich.


The 2018 ANYFI follows up the successful initial staging last year. After a well-attended and competitive elimination and finals, five standouts were selected to represent the Philippines in the AJFC in Bali, joining counterparts in seven other countries in sessions with Bayern greats Giovane Elber and Klaus Augenthaler. Two of them, JM Mitra and Aeron Tenollar were later picked for the AJFC World Camp in Munich.


The locals eliminations are set in Iloilo (April 27-28), Dipolog (April 28-29), Baguio (April 30-May 1), Metro Manila (May 5-6), Naga (May 4-5), Bacolod (May 16-17), Cebu (April 27-29),  Davao (May 5-6), and Cagayan de Oro (May 5-6 and May 12-13).


The top two (2) teams from the 14U and 16U advance to the Luzon Regionals (May 19-20 in Sta. Cruz, Laguna), Visayas Regionals (May 25-26 in Bacolod), and Mindanao Regionals (May 26-27 in Davao).


The champions in each regional meet will then compete together in the national finals, which is scheduled on June 2-3 in Sta. Cruz, Laguna.




About Allianz 
The Allianz Group is a global financial services provider with services predominantly in the insurance and asset management business. 85 million retail and corporate clients in more than 70 countries rely on our knowledge, global presence, financial strength and solidity. In fiscal year 2015 over 142,000 employees worldwide achieved total revenues of 125.2 billion euros and an operating profit of 10.7 billion euros. Allianz SE, the parent company, is headquartered in Munich, Germany.


Huwebes, Abril 26, 2018

Herbalife Nutrition's Wellness Tour Press Conference with Dr. Chin-Ku​n​ Wang, a Nutrition Advisory Board Member!

“It is heartening to see that most Asia Pacific consumers are aware of the importance of eating breakfast. At Herbalife Nutrition we believe that there are many benefits of eating a healthy breakfast daily. A healthy breakfast with balanced nutrition not only provides the much-needed nutrients for the day, but also has wide-ranging benefits in the long run, including supporting healthy metabolism, better brain health and improved weight management. However, the survey also revealed that many are still not consuming breakfast daily. One can easily overcome the obstacles by waking up 15 minutes earlier to prepare something fast such as a protein shake. Eating a healthy breakfast regularly can really set the stage for healthier eating all day long, and promote and maintain a lifetime of wellness.” ~Mr. Rosalio Valenzuela, Country Manager of Herbalife Nutrition Philippines


How important breakfast really is in our daily lives? Breakfast is the first meal we need to take to start kickin' our daily grind and activities it is also best advised to eat heavy breakfast because it will fuel up your whole day. But do we really take seriously the importance of breakfast or are we taking it for granted for a lot of different excuses... some are late for work, some are don't have time to cook, some just don't want to spare some time to sit down and enjoy the value of breakfast, some are just so concern about their weight, and some just don't really feel like having breakfast in the morning. Let me share with you some important insights of breakfast together with Nutrition Advisory Board Member, Chin-Kun Wang.


February this year with more than 5,500 respondents in 11 markets – including 500 from the Philippines. Herbalife Nutrition released findings from its Asia Pacific Healthy Breakfast Survey. Aimed at uncovering insights into the attitudes and habits of eating breakfast among consumers in the region. According to the Herbalife Nutrition Philosophy, every meal consumed should have a calorie intake breakdown of 40 percent carbohydrates, 30 percent protein, and 30 percent fats. Carbohydrates should include, at the very least, some fruits or vegetables.


The majority of respondents understand the importance of a healthy breakfast in promoting their well-being and in managing their weight, however, many of them have encountered obstacles to eating it daily, and would be encouraged to eat it more regularly if it was more convenient and accessible.


Benefits of consuming breakfast
Based on the Herbalife Nutrition Asia Pacific Healthy Breakfast Survey, the majority (69 percent) of consumers in the Philippines consider breakfast extremely/very important, with 86 percent choosing it as the most important meal of the day. In comparison, only 11 percent opted for lunch and 2 percent for dinner.  When asked about the benefits of consuming a healthy breakfast, 99 percent said that eating breakfast “gives them energy in the morning” while 96 percent felt that “it contributes to their personal well-being”


Looking at the breakfast habits of consumers in the Philippines, the survey found that 84 percent do indeed make it a priority to eat their first and most important meal of the day at home, with 67 percent doing so within one to two hours of waking. The rest would just grab their breakfast either at work (10 percent) or on the way to work (4 percent). Only 2 percent of the respondents do not eat breakfast.


What are the consumers in the Philippines eating for breakfast?
The survey also showed that although 41 percent of respondents consider protein as the predominant nutrient needed in their breakfast, carbohydrates in fact made up most of the actual breakfast nutrients in the consumption pattern of the respondents. Carbohydrates such as bread or toast and hot beverages top the list of breakfast foods regularly consumed.


Obstacles to a daily breakfast
While the survey indicated that a good majority are eating breakfast, it also found that many had encountered obstacles to eating it daily. The top three barriers are “lack of time” (44 percent), “don’t feel hungry in the morning” (30 percent) and “trying to maintain my weight” (18 percent).


To overcome these obstacles, 54 percent of the respondents said having “If my breakfast contributes to my health and well-being” and “If breakfast helps give me more energy” would help them eat breakfast daily, other motivation factors include making breakfast “readily accessible” (53 percent) or having something that is “more convenient and easy” (48 percent).


Herbalife Nutrition Asia Pacific Wellness Tour
To educate Asia Pacific consumers on how to adopt positive nutrition habits for a healthier and happier life, Herbalife Nutrition will be conducting its ninth Asia Pacific Wellness Tour from April 13 to April 29. The Herbalife Nutrition Asia Pacific Wellness Tour features a series of medical symposia and nutrition talks held in cities across:

  • Cambodia
  • Hong Kong
  • Indonesia
  • India
  • Korea
  • Macau
  • Malaysia
  • Philippines
  • Singapore
  • Taiwan
  • Thailand


During the Tour, Herbalife Nutrition fitness experts and members of the Herbalife Nutrition Advisory Board (NAB) will share their expertise on a variety of health-related topics, with a focus on the importance of a healthy breakfast. 

With Mr. Rosalio Valenzuela and Mr. Chin-Kun Wang

Taking breakfast just a few minutes to have something to eat can really make a difference to your day. There is also a lot of on-the-go breakfast to take with you if you don't have time to sit down at your table at home for breakfast. Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day!