E – SHOP STORE

E- SHOP STORE
E - SHOP STORE IS NOW HERE TO SERVE OUR CUSTOMERS 24/7...

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You can now buy online thru our E Shop Store. We can customize  your  shoes that you want from (1) one pair of shoes up to a dozens pairs of shoes at a very reasonable prices. Any queries or orders , you may PM me or text me @ 0912-6006118 or 0915-8138204. You can also send your queries via email : nezaguilar2013@gmail.com or nezaguilar2012@gmail.com…We also need RESELLERS  and  DISTRIBUTORS for our shoes  both  local  and  abroad..

Press con Of HICC, Stemtech & Nutriment At Raffles Center Ortigas Pasig City

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Healing that cares inspired Dr. Imelda “Meddie” Edodollon, MT, MD, NMD in going into integrative medicine – a medical approach different from the conventional one that Filipinos are used to.

Dra. Meddie, who has been a medical practitioner for the past eight years, believes that integrative medicine is best approach in healing the whole person – not just the body, but the person’s mind and soul as well. Her strong desire to make a difference made her establish the Holistic Integrative Care Center (HICC), which combines the best practices of both conventional and alternative medicine on top of her compassionate approach in handling patients.

“In the field of medicine, being healthy does not mean the absence of disease. Being healthy means that one achieved a balance of everything,” she said.

According to Dra. Meddie, integrative medicine takes a holistic approach which means that everything about a patient is being treated – their mind, body and soul. It is so encompassing diagnosing a patient can take at least an hour. This field of medical science combines the use of conventional medicine, traditional medicine, herbal medicine, proper and monitored diet, lifestyle modification, psychological analysis and many other approaches depending on the condition of a patient. It establishes that sickness may be brought about by many factors such as medical background, emotional problems, improper diet, constant stress, mental conditions and even environmental conditions.

Dra. Meddie started practicing integrative medicine in 2012 and established HICC in 2015 to cater to the needs of clients or patients who have had long-standing, seemingly incurable illnesses which remained unresolved by standard medical practice and procedures. She spent time in studying many treatment methods and various medical institutions abroad offering alternative medical studies.  She opted to focus on HICC after personally witnessing how integrative medicine saved her father’s life after he suffered from multiple organ failure (lungs, heart and kidney failure). Like many who refuse to give up on their loved ones, Dra. Meddie searched for a cure for her father’s apparently hopeless situation. Her search led her to integrative medicine, which in turn resulted in her father’s survival. He not only survived, but his condition improved and is still improving as of this time.

Since then, Dra. Meddie practiced integrative medicine which is governed by several international protocols. In fact, she is the only Filipino doctor who is recognized by the Gerson Ins titute in San Diego, California – an institution that introduces a kind of alternative therapy that cures cancer and other chronic diseases. She is also among one of the few medical integrative medicine practitioners in the Philippines, who offer patients a better quality of and a disease-free life.

For more details about HICC and how integrative medicine can change patient’s lives, please contact:

Jasper “Jay Mante” Maguiguad
HICC PR and Communications Head
0916-9175054 / 0918-4641137
dustin.jdmp@gmail.com
Holistic Integrative Care Center
UG 11, CPT Condominiun, Calle Estacion, Brgy Pio Del Pilar, Makati City

NUTRIMENTS

Nutriment is the flagship nutrition services campaign of HICC composed of different programs promoting plant-based diet for the center’s clients. It comes from the combination of two words: nutrition and department.

The Chief Chef  :  Chef Arlene Clemente leads HICC’s Nutriment campaign. A certified “Holistic Chef”, she finished her BA Hotel and Restaurant Management degree with cum laude honors at Baliuag University in Bulacan. She also pursued further studies in Raw Food Culinary Arts in Bali, Indonesia. Chef Arlene is passionate in her craft, and outstanding in her field earning her the lead position for HICC Nutriment.

Nutriment Projects :

In-House Menu
Home Based Workshop
Holistic Approach Nutriment Edition

In-House Menu

a menu listing Nutriment’s nutritious, delicious and enticing plant-based food products that clients can consume during treatment services while within HICC premises or as take-out meals to be enjoyed at home

a customized menu can be made available depending on a client’s specific condition or needs, fulfilling the center’s slogan “Providing Healing that Cares” through recommended food nutrition

Home-Based Workshop

A  specially-made workshop done in a client’s home that allows clients to learn the benefits of shifting to plant-based diets for them and their loved ones

HICC believes that education is the key to achieving excellent health through proper nutrition

Holistic Approach Nutriment Edition

A  specially-made workshop done twice-a-month at the HICC premises that allows clients to learn the benefits of shifting to plant-based diets for them and their loved ones

HICC believes that education is the key to achieving excellent health through proper nutrition

Holistic Approach Nutriment Edition Package

Good for 1 person (Target Participants Minimum of 5 Pax)  ₱1,500.00…

Inclusions ;

  1. 3-5 hour workshop and discussions
  2. food supplies demo (1 recipe for one set meal – appetizer/salad, main dish and drinks
  3. recipes, manuals, complimentary apron
  4. certificate of participation

Holistic Approach Nutriment Edition Package

First Sunday:  Filipino  Cuisine

Second Sunday:  Oriental  Cuisine

Third Sunday: Mediterrean  Cuisine

Fourth Sunday:  Western Cuisine

Fifth Sunday: Best of Both Worlds

Starts March 5, 2017 @ HICC Studio

” Let us be  part of   your  journey  towards plant based diet….Create  your own healthy recipe that your family will surely  love….”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STEMTECH

Stemtech Philippines was launched last September 19, 2009 as a branch of Stemtech International, Inc. in Florida, U.S.A. More than a thousand distributors, local and foreign gathered and witnessed the event graced by Stemtech CEO Ray Carter. The event proved to be a success with the signing up eventually of more than 2000 distributors in the next year to come.

he office is well supported with an excellent computer system that allows our distributors to do remote business transaction from ordering to checking their genealogy. At Stemtech, we do not sell our products in stores. Instead, we pay Independent Business Partners – people just like you – to help share our products and income opportunity with others. Our global Distributor team includes people from all walks of life – students, doctors, retirees and at-home parents alike enjoy the benefits of the Stemtech opportunity.

We provide our business partners with the opportunity to earn residual income and the chance to create a future with more choice, more freedom and more of the things that they desire!

Aside from the income, independent business partners will have chances to enjoy life through the incentives and promotions the company introduce from time to time.

More and more Filipino began to benefit from StemEnhance and many also enjoyed the extra earnings as a business partner. Their amazing stories are widely varied from clarity of mind to cardiovascular health and many others. This just shows how Stemtech changes lives and how Stem Enhance improves the quality of life.

With the popularity of Stem Cell Theory, many broadsheets begin to write about this putting StemTech in the limelight. An example of this is an article by columnist Barbara Gonzalez. <Please check this out : http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=593870&gt;

Stemtech Philippines, Inc.
34F Raffles Corp. Center, F. Ortigas Rd. Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Philippines
02.621.4633 /09279780501

 

“PHILVOCS WARNING FOR THE BIG ONE”

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 Metro Manila residents and nearby provinces should prepare for the “Big One,” the West Valley Fault is now ripe for movement and it can generate  a 7.2 magnitude earthquake.
After the magnitude 6.7 earthquake in Surigao that put the province in great devastation, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) appealed to residents of Metro Manila and nearby provinces to be ready anytime for a powerful earthquake that could claim thousands of lives.
“Everyone must learn from the recent effects of the magnitude 6.7 earthquake in Surigao del Norte. If a similar event happens in a highly urbanized area, the effects can be more devastating,” Phivolcs Director Renato Solidum warned.
Metro Manila residents and nearby provinces should prepare for the “Big One,” the West Valley Fault is now ripe for movement and it can generate  a 7.2 magnitude earthquake.  After the magnitude 6.7 earthquake in Surigao that put the province in great devastation, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) appealed to residents of Metro Manila and nearby provinces to be ready anytime for a powerful earthquake that could claim thousands of lives.  “Everyone must learn from the recent effects of the magnitude 6.7 earthquake in Surigao del Norte. If a similar event happens in a highly urbanized area, the effects can be more devastating,” Phivolcs Director Renato Solidum warned.   State seismologists have fervently warned the public that the West Valley Fault is ripe for movement.   Every 400 years, the West Valley Fault moves generating a huge tremor like the major earthquake happened 357 years ago, Solidum said. In August 20, 1658, a major earthquake  with intensity 6 killed hundreds of people devastating the areas along  the West Valley Fault from Sta. Cruz, Manila to the nearby provinces of South Luzon.     The 100-kilometer fault traverses parts of Bulacan through Quezon City, Marikina, Makati, Pasig, Taguig and Muntinlupa in Metro Manila; San Pedro, Biñan, Sta. Rosa, Cabuyao and Calamba in Laguna; and Carmona, General Mariano Alvarez and Silang in Cavite.  A 2004 study funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for Phivolcs and the MMDA showed that the magnitude 7.2 quake could leave 34,000 people dead and 100,000 injured as the building collapses.  Solidum explained that the movement of the Philippine Fault in Surigao has no effect or whatsoever to trigger the movement of the West Valley fault.  Phivolcs continued monitoring the aftershocks from the magnitude 6.7 quake that hit Surigao last Friday night, leaving at least eight people dead and  hundreds injured. Over 150 aftershocks is on record, according to PHIVOLCS. Some tremors reach 4.1 magnitude in Surigao and recorded magnitude 3 in the city.        Eastern Mindanao, including Surigao del Norte, is one of the earthquake prone areas in the country because of the Philippine Fault and Philippine Trench.   Source: Philstar.com RECOMMENDED: ON JAKATIA PAWA'S EXECUTION: "WE DID EVERYTHING.." -DFA  BELLO ASSURES DECISION ON MORATORIUM MAY COME OUT ANYTIME SOON  SEN. JOEL VILLANUEVA  SUPPORTS DEPLOYMENT BAN ON HSWS IN KUWAIT  AT LEAST 71 OFWS ON DEATH ROW ABROAD  DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM, NOW! -OFW GROUPS  BE CAREFUL HOW YOU TREAT YOUR HSWS  PRESIDENT DUTERTE WILL VISIT UAE AND KSA, HERE'S WHY  MANPOWER AGENCIES AND RECRUITMENT COMPANIES TO BE HIT DIRECTLY BY HSW DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM IN KUWAIT  UAE TO START IMPLEMENTING 5%VAT STARTING 2018  REMEMBER THIS 7 THINGS IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN  KENYA , THE LEAST TOXIC COUNTRY IN THE WORLD; SAUDI ARABIA, MOST TOXIC   "JUNIOR CITIZEN "  BILL TO BENEFIT POOR FAMILIES

Read more: http://www.jbsolis.com/2017/02/phivolcs-warns-valley-fault-residents.html#ixzz4Yt1UlN00

Jeep fare up P1; taxi base rate P40

                                                         February  7, 2017 / Jovic Yee

The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) granted on Monday the provisional increase of jeepney fare to P8, but ordered that the flag-down rate in taxis be reverted to P40 in certain areas.

The two fare adjustments will be implemented on Thursday at the latest, or a day after the LTFRB has published its order.   The jeepney fare increase will be effective only in Metro Manila, Central Luzon and Calabarzon (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon) while the P40 base fare in taxis will be effective in Metro Manila, Cebu, Panay and in other areas where the Philippine National Taxi Operators Association is present.

LTFRB Chair Martin Delgra III said the adjustments would cover only the base fares in both of the public transport modes as the succeeding rate per kilometer for jeepneys would remain at P1.50. Taxi operators have 10 days to file their position paper for any request to adjust the waiting time and the succeeding rate for a specified distance, he said.

Early last year, the LTFRB brought down provisionally the flag-down rate in taxicabs to P30.  It permanently implemented the base rate and adjustments in succeeding rates in March, but rescinded the moves a month later due to complaints filed by various transport organizations.  The P30 provisional rate has stayed on since, but has not been followed by most drivers because the meters had not been calibrated to reflect it.

In December last year, the Alliance of Concerned Transport Organizations and three other transport groups filed an urgent motion at the LTFRB to increase the minimum fare in jeepneys, pointing out that fuel prices had risen by as much as P8 throughout 2016.  The groups noted that the increase would provide jeepney operators and drivers “an opportunity to earn and uplift their livelihood.”

Elvira Medina, president of the National Center for Commuters’ Safety and Protection, said her group did not oppose the fare increases, especially in jeepneys, as these could help the drivers provide a more decent living to their families.  Medina noted that the increase would translate to only P100 for a daylong trip.

Gabriela secretary general Joms Salvador, however, believes that if the government is really sincere in its efforts to uplift the lives of drivers, it will not only repeal the oil deregulation law but also introduce a propoor transport modernization program that will ensure job security for drivers and operators.

DID YOU KNOW: Emilio Aguinaldo death anniversary

Today, Feb. 6, is the 53rd death anniversary of former President Emilio Aguinaldo. Born on March 22, 1869, Aguinaldo was a significant figure in the country’s fight for independence against the Spanish forces. He was 29 years old when he became the first President of the first Philippine Republic in 1899. Aguinaldo died in 1964 at Veterans Memorial Hospital in Quezon City. –Marielle Medina, Inquirer Research

Bising’ forecast to weaken to a low pressure area

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By: – Reporter / @dpazzibuganINQ / February 6, 2017

Tropical Depression “Bising,” currently east of Mindanao, is expected to weaken into a low pressure area before it leaves Philippine territory later this week, the weather bureau said.

The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) did not raise storm signals since Bising will not make landfall. But it warned of moderate to heavy rains within the cyclone’s 300-kilometer diameter, affecting the Eastern Visayas and Caraga regions and Quezon province. Since developing into a tropical cyclone on Friday, Bising did not intensify beyond maximum winds of 45 kilometers per hour near the center and gusts up to 55 kph. Pagasa weather forecaster Benison Estareja said Bising will weaken further and become a low pressure area by Tuesday or Wednesday.

On Sunday, the cyclone’s center was about 400 km east of Surigao City in Surigao del Norte province.  By Monday, Bising is expected to begin to recurve away from the Mindanao landmass, pushed by a prevailing strong wind shear. Bising is expected to head eastwards back to the Pacific and be out of the Philippine area of responsibility by early Thursday.

Meanwhile, Pagasa warns fishermen against going out to sea in the eastern seaboards of southern Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao due to strong to gale force winds brought by the cyclone-enhanced northeast monsoon.