In partnership with the Department of Tourism, SM Supermalls launches of Malling is More Fun in the Philippines campaign, with a series of activities and events full of fun, food and festivity.
Included in the line up of activities is Taste of Rizal at SM Ciy Masinag, which champions the province’s diversity representing different towns, but celebrates in unity through its food. Continue reading “SM Masinag Celebrates Taste of Rizal”
The 11th Fit & Fun Wellness Buddy Run kicked off at the parade grounds of Camp Aguinaldo in Quezon City with different types of running pairs—parents and kids, siblings, lolos and their apos, loved ones, officemates, best friends, even neighbors—competing in the 5K and 10K races.
“We are happy to provide an opportunity for people to start their wellness journey in a fun and one-of-a-kind event with their partners. After all, getting fit and choosing the healthier lifestyle is more worthwhile when shared with a buddy,” said Jody Gadia, Robinsons Supermarket general manager. Continue reading “Pairs Run Towards a Healthy Lifestyle #BuddyRun11”
Apart from the morning pandesal, rice is the most common food staple in the Filipino dining table, be it for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even merienda. It’s simply something that Pinoys can’t eat without.
Eating white rice, especially with sumptuous dishes, can really be filling, but it could also significantly add to one’s weight.
Thankfully, Filipinos have an alternative to having steamed rice for their everyday meals—brown rice.
One of the healthiest types of rice, brown rice is a fiber-rich whole grain that has little calories and contains no trans-fat or cholesterol. It is a good source of magnesium, phosphorous, selenium, thiamine, niacin, manganese, and vitamin B6. Continue reading “Why brown rice is the healthier option”