I think everybody is looking for the fountain of youth. We want to live long and stay alive, but how can we do that if we won’t do anything to make it happen.
A few days ago, I got an invite to Nestle Science Opt To be Active media roundtable discussion at Diamond Hotel Manila.
The event was hosted by Ms.Miriam Quiambao.
A fitness coach and nutritionist were present to answer various questions of the attendees regarding their health and diet.
There’s also a presentation from Dr. Jimmy Bautista (Medical and Scientific affairs lead at Nestle Health Science) and Dr. Marianna Sioson (Section of Nutrition Head at The Medical City).
I learned a lot from these two at the event. They shared how we can achieve a full and active life. They both agreed that to be healthy, it should be 20% active lifestyle and 80% proper nutrition.
Nestle Health Science champions this approach by providing novel ways to bridge the gap between nutrition and therapy. Simple lifestyle changes like preparing healthy meals and optimizing nutrient intake can be the body’s defense against diseases.
Nestle Science also introduced to us their latest product Nutren Optimum.
NUTREN is a science-based solution that addresses nutritional needs associated w/ various medical conditions like diabetes, stroke, aging & malnutrition. I tried it and it tasted really good.
A 400gm can cost P700.00 plus and it is now available in leading drugstores nationwide.
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