How to live life to the fullest?
Life is short; so live it to the fullest. Such is a big step in discovering the path that would lead us to our happiness and fulfillment.
The past few years have been both a challenge and a reward. Despite everything, though, what is important is we keep on and aim to live life. And to address our health concerns that may impact our daily life and long-term wellness, taking an all-natural food supplement may help.
Recently, we learned a new brand of natural food supplement guaranteed safe, effective, and backed by clinical studies.
Hosted by Boy Abunda, Life Talks gathered Ina Raymundo, actress and mom of five; Migs Bustos, TV personality and new dad; and Eca Lorenzo, MD, an internal medicine specialist and functional medicine practitioner. Ina shared how she balances personal health care and handling her responsibilities at work and home. Migs, on the other hand, shared how parenthood changed his perception of life and health. Eca Lorenzo, MD, FPCP, offered expert guidance, helpful information, and practical advice to living life to the fullest.
Life Talks brings together these inspiring individuals to share their insights about living their best lives and answering the question Paano magiging buhay na buhay ang buhay? Launched at the event is LifeFood, the newest comprehensive line of condition-specific natural food supplements.
LifeFood makes its line of natural food supplements available to all, with health being its primary concern for Filipinos of all ages. It is a food supplement brand of Unilab’s naturals division, Synnovate Pharma Corporation.
LifeFood addresses specific conditions that may affect how we perform every day. The brand concerns, too, the long-term impact of health conditions on our overall wellness. Such particular needs are maintaining cholesterol levels or hormonal balance, and helping with inflammation and pain or skin and eye health.
The ingredients of these newest health supplements are derived from natural sources like marine life or plant. Its products, too, use branded or trademark-protected ingredients which underwent clinical analysis to prove their effectiveness.
At present, LifeFood has six kinds of natural food supplements.
Curcumin manages general inflammation to help address osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis and give short-term pain relief for joint and back pains. In addition, Curcumin features Meriva, which makes it 29x more bioavailable.
Sytrinol aids to lower cholesterol without the toxic impacts of usually prescribed cholesterol-lowering medication.
Astaxanthin is a powerful antioxidant that can reduce the size of wrinkles and improve skin micro-texture. It contains potent anti-aging molecules 6,000 times stronger than Vitamin C and 500 times more potent than Vitamin E. To add, Astaxanthin has the highest dosage at 12mg, studied to be the most effective support in preventing skin aging.
Injuv comprises a clinically-proven low molecular weight hyaluronic acid that makes it readily absorbed for younger-looking and moisturized skin. To add, it is recommended for those who need to hydrate joints and other connective tissues. It also provides better skin hydration and elasticity.
Tonalin CLA is an excellent choice for those keen on natural weight management supplements. It can help reduce up to 9% body fat and increase the body’s total lean muscle mass. It helps if taking Tonalin CLA is combined with a balanced diet and exercise.
Evening Primrose Oil
Evening Primrose Oil is a natural source of omega-6 that aids in hormonal balance. This go-to women’s health supplement can improve skin health, naturally address PMS symptoms, address breast pain, and help with menopause.
The good life
Such natural supplements undergo stringent product testing following pharma standards to ensure we take safe and effective supplements in addressing our specific concerns.
Love that LifeFood aims to help Filipinos achieve a good and healthy life to the fullest as reflective of its company’s aim na “matulungan namin sila na mas maging buhay na buhay ang kanilang buhay.”
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