7 Basic Health Goals

I have heard it said that if you want something to get done, you need to put it in writing. In another words, include it in your list of things to get done or your priorities for the day (week, month, year).

I have recently checked my weight and I do not plan to add some more pounds. This is not just for aesthetic purposes but it is also ensure I stay healthy and fit. Hence I am writing here some of my basic health goals for the year. You might find it useful as well.

Reduce rice meals to only twice a day. As I am Asian, it is our practise to eat rice three times a day. I have begun reducing this to 2 times a day. For my one other meal I eat fruit or oats.

Make the effort to walk and move around whenever possible. Health experts say that one of our foremost health enemies now is a sedentary lifestyle. Proof? We are seated in front of our work/computers most hours of the day! My own personal solution to this is to see to it that I get up from my seat several times in a day. Whenever possible, I get off from my ride before reaching my actual destination and walk the rest of the way. As I have mentioned in one of my earlier post, I also do some dance moves at home 🙂

Get enough sleep. This is really basic to staying healthy. We need to give enough hours for our body, our minds to rest.

Remember to eat vegetables and fruits. We need more fiber in our body which these provide along, of course, with the nutrients they offer.

Less salt and less sugar intake. By this I mean, being intentional in limiting taking foods with lost of sugar or salt. The key is moderation.

Do things that refresh and relax. Life should not be all work. We need to take time to also do things that gives us joy as well as things that are not part of our regular routine. This helps us get a fresher perspective of life and it also helps ignite creativity. For me this can mean listening to music, watching a movie, playing a game, reading a book, travelling and writing poetry.

Take care of the spiritual center. I believe that central in my life is my relationship with God, that He has a call for me in this life. I need to always be reminded of this and make sure that I take time to pray, read the Bible and be involved in blessing other people. This may be written last here but it is definitely not the least.

So these are on my basic health goal list. What about you? I hope you continue to stay fit and healthy in your own corner of the world 🙂

Meet Conzace Multi-Vitamin’s New Brand Ambassador: Ian Veneracion

We often do not know much about the lives of artists and performers. We just see them regularly on movies, TV shows, concerts. What we may have an inkling about is that they must live pretty busy even stressful lives, what with the many hours needed to do shootings and even out-of-town and out-of-the-country shows. How do they keep themselves healthy and ready for their roles in front of the camera as well as outside of the camera range? Well, Ian Veneracion’s embrace of his most recent role as Conzace’s Multi-Vitamin brand ambassador can give us an answer.

United Laboratories, Inc. (UNILAB) officially welcomes multifaceted celebrity Ian Veneracion as the newest addition to their roster of brand ambassadors. Veneracion, who currently stars as the male lead in ABS-CBN’s primetime show ‘A Love to Last,’ has been chosen to advocate for Conzace, the number one prescribed brand for multivitamin plus minerals by general practitioners and dermatologists in the country.

“It is an honor and privilege to be part of the UNILAB family for its multivitamin brand, Conzace,” proclaims Veneracion while adding, “I am grateful for this opportunity, and I strongly believe that the product can be beneficial to millions of Filipinos as it has been beneficial to me.”

According to Conzace assistant product manager Mike Jimenez, the addition of Veneracion is a perfect match for the brand. “Ian is the epitome of superior immunity and good looks,” he says.

Jimenez elaborates on the actor and the product’s connection. “Conzace’s clinically-proven ZACE formulation, an acronym for Zinc, Vitamins A, C, and E, makes it the number one multivitamin and minerals product prescribed by General Practitioners and Dermatologists. The same can be said about our brand ambassador, Ian, whose credibility allows him to ace his craft with one successful teleserye and movie after another.”

THE FACE OF CONZACE

People born in the late ‘70s would remember Veneracion as the cute and charming Jeffrey Laperal, the son of Joey de Leon in the 1982 sitcom ‘Joey and Son.’ From then on, he went to appear in more television projects while simultaneously making films that range from comedy to drama to action. Among his most recent work is the internationally acclaimed psychological thriller, ‘Bliss,’ and a Filipino independent supernatural horror film, ‘Ilawod.’

Now at 42, Veneracion has again endeared himself to today’s generation as Engineer Antonio “Anton” Noble IV, the dashing, separated with three kids guy who falls in love with another broken soul. And of course before, as Eduardo Buenavista in the 2015 remake of ‘Pangako Sa Yo,’ the role that regained Veneracion’s fame and his career to leading man stature.

And then there’s that totally different side of Veneracion that is separate from showbusiness. Apart from being an actor, he is also a painter, an athlete, a pilot, a chef, and a family man—the last being his favorite role to play.

But to be all that, Veneracion needs a multivitamin and minerals that will help him cope, not just with his busy schedule, but with the different roles that he has to play in life. “I need strong immunity as well as healthy skin and hair, I cannot afford to get sick, and look stressed—I am glad I have Conzace to give me all that and more.”

THE ZACE EFFECT

Compared to other multivitamins, Conzace has the highest levels of ZACE combined. All these elements play different roles in one’s well-being.  “This unique formulation in Conzace creates a synergistic effect that is clinically proven to help boost immunity, promote healthy skin and hair, and assist in wound healing as it speeds up skin regeneration,” says Jimenez.

Veneracion, speaking from experience, explains it better: “It’s the little things that we don’t normally notice, like for example, stronger resistance against colds and flu, better and clearer skin, shinier and healthier hair. It will do amazing things; you can do more and be more for yourself, for your family, for your work without being disrupted.

“I believe that if you are healthy inside, it just comes out. It reflects physically—in your hair and in your skin. And in the line of job that I am in, it is quite important that I don’t just don’t look good but really be healthy,” Veneracion concludes.

For more information about Conzace,
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