Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Hydrating healthily in life 24/7




It is already a fact that we need water every day to keep our bodies healthy, functioning well and strong enough to withstand sickness. Yet we still go for drinks that quench our thirst and at the same time areflavorful and enjoyable to drink – juices and carbonated drinks are the usual suspects. They do taste good and give us some added nutrients; however, it is probable that some of them have chemicals that will not be as healthy as some minerals that are needed by the body.

Fortunately, Pocari Sweat, a health hydration drink by Otsuka Philippines Pharmaceutical Inc., brings hydration to a healthier but enjoyable level. Pocari Sweat is highly recommended to those who arein need of immediate hydration, most especially those who have an active lifestyle and those who suffer from dehydration because of illness.

Pocari Sweat has a refreshing mild taste, even best when it’s cold, you won’t need another beverage to wash off a strong taste and flavor from your usual drink. Yet, children as young as one year old can safely drink it. It does not have artificial coloring, no preservatives, no caffeine, and no artificial sweetener, which then makes it safe for anyone who needs immediate hydration.

Especially now during these months when “ber-month” celebrations are close at hand, numerous parties will be held with family, friends, and co-workers from before the Christmas season until the New Year.Alcohol will definitely flow and other fun activities will get you into that party mood that lasts up until the sun rises.

Those who love to go on a night out after work can get over hangover easily just by drinking Pocari Sweat before they turn in after their night cap. There is no fun in having those head-cracking hangovers.When we drink alcoholic drinks like beer and cocktail, we get dehydrated easily because we tend to do a lot of restroom breaks.

Alcohol also drains the electrolytes that our bodies need to function that is why when we get drunk, we sometimes can’t get a hold of ourselves. Coffee and some warm soup may give us some relief for a time, but still, the best way to battle hangover is to replenish our body with enough electrolytes – something that a bottle of Pocari Sweat can give.

Pocari Sweat comes in 330ml can (Php 24.00), 350ml PET bottle (Php 24.00), 500ml PET bottle (Php 35.00), 2L PET bottle (Php 125.00). Pocari Sweat is available in major chain drugstores, supermarkets and convenience stores.

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Bet Ng Bayan Visayas Semi-Finals this December 14





GMAs biggest reality talent show Bet Ng Bayan has started the second phase of its search with the semi-final rounds last Sunday featuring talents from Luzon. This Sunday, December 14, its our kababayans from Visayas turn.


After two months of the regional showdowns in different provinces around the Philippines, the competition has trimmed down the thousands of auditionees and participants to the top 8 in each of the three categories namely “Bet sa Kantahan (singing), “Bet sa Sayawan (dancing), and “Bet sa Kakaibang Talento (unique).
Being a talent search that focuses on the grassroot levels of the cities and provinces around the country, the semi-finalists will battle it out with their fellow hopefuls based on the four major areas of Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao, and Mega Manila.
 
Bet Ng Bayan Semi-Finalists
Here is a complete listing of all the Bet Ng Bayan Semi-Finalists:
Bet Sa Kantahan (Singing)
   North Mega - Veronica Atienza of Manila
   South Mega -  Apple Delleva of Cabuyao, Laguna
   North Luzon - Renz Robosa of San Carlos City, Pangasinan
   South Luzon - Katherine Castillo of Tanauan City, Batangas
   Cental & Eastern Visayas - Ma. Hannah Precillas of Tubigon, Bohol
   Western Visas - Alma Mae Mimz Sumagaysay of Molo, Iloilo City
   North Mindanao - Sherwin Baguion of Lala of Lanao Del Norte
   South Mindanao - Kierulf King Raboy of Sultan Kudarat
 Bet Sa Sayawan (Dancing)
   North Mega - Names Going Wild of Tanza, Navotas City
   South Mega - A's Crew of Muntinlupa City

   North Luzon - Boyz Unlimited of Mangaldan, Pangasinan
   South Luzon - Unep Dance Club of Iriga City, Camarines Sur
   Cental & Eastern Visayas - Don Juan of Cebu City
   Western Visayas - Capa-Ds (Karen And Michael) of Bacolod City
   North Mindanao - Blacksheep of Iligan City, Lanao Del Norte
   South Mindanao - D’ Gemini of Panabo, Davao Del Norte

Bet Sa Kakaibang Talento (Unique Talent)
   North Mega - Techno Jazz of Sampaloc, Manila
   South Mega - Adrian Adriano of Dasmarinas, Cavite
   North Luzon - Jason Ivan Sobremonte of Tuba, Benguet
   South Luzon - John Kim Belangel And Diego of Virac, Catanduanes
   Cental & Eastern Visayas - Karinyoso Boys of Dumaguete City
   Western Visayas - Gerard Caigoy Master Of Pain of Leon, Iloilo City
   North Mindanao - John Carlo Moneral (Beatboxer) of Iligan City, Lanao Del Norte
   South Mindanao - Jomar Abjelina of Davao City

The semi-final showdowns of the Bets from Mindanao and Mega Manila will  be on December 21, and 28, respectively.
Bet Ng Bayan Visayas Semi-Final
Place your “bets on Visayas semi-final round this Sunday on GMA after Kauspo Mo Jessica Soho at 9:40pm - 10:40pm! Catch “Bet Sa Kantahan Hannah Precillas from Bohol and Alma Sumagaysay from Iloilo; “Bet Sa Sayawan"  Capa DS from Bacolod City and Don Juan from Cebu City; “Bet Sa Kakaibang Talento" Master of Pain from Iloilo City and Karinyoso Boys from Dumaguete City.
Bet Ng Bayan is hosted by Asias Songbird Regine Velsaquez-Alcasid and Primetime Prince Alden Richards. Ms. Lucy Torres-Gomez will be a guest judge for the Bet ng Visayas" semi-final. Main shows are telecast 9:40pm on Sundays and 10:05pm for the weeknight updates. Follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/BetNgBayan and on Twitter and
Instagram at @BetNgBayan and use the hashtag #BetNgVisayas & #BetNgBayan.