“The light is always there… how much light comes to you, depends on you” – MCKS
I’m always fascinated by rainbows!.. (who isn’t?)…
They sort of tell me that whatever the condition is, the light is always there…
Hi! My name is Angel. Friends call me Oleia Ann. I’m a Biochemist, agripreneur and a total wellness advocate.
These rainbow photos were taken in our farm at the foothills of Mt Banahaw in Quezon province where we grow vegetables, rootcrops and herbs. I advocate eating organic vegetables as much as possible because as a Biochemist, I know the mechanisms how pesticides and chemicals penetrate the tissues and organs of the body and harm the immune system.
Like most moms, I read food products’ labels, google for more info, so I can serve only the best for my children. For example, I shy away from processed food products with hydrogenated oil, high-fructose corn syrup and artificial sweeteners, because they are so bad for our family’s health.
In this blog, I will try to share with you information on how to maintain physical, mental and emotional health and achieve total wellness, in mind, body and spirit.
It is believed that the date of November 1st was chose to replace the Festival of the Dead which is primarily celebrated by the Pagan belief.
This one of kind gathering of breastfeeding moms also featured natural parenting talks and and an inspirational talk from ARUGAAN chair Nanay Ines Fernandez. Truly, this event gave all the breastfeeding mothers a 100% satisfaction, enjoyable and lovable costume party for the whole family.
On the previous blog I wrote, I explained how Inflammation can be good and bad to our bodies. Inflammation is an immune response that happens when there is a perceived threat in the body.
If you’re looking for an eating plan that closely follows the principle of anti-inflammatory eating, consider the Mediterranean diet, which is frequently touted for its anti-aging, disease-fighting powers.
Not all babies are the same, but all babies cry. When she cries, it’s her way of communicating her needs and asking a loving response from you
Babies have their own good reasons why they cry but they don’t have the words to tell us what’s wrong, and even the wisest parents can’t read their baby’s mind.
Superstitions has become a big part of our culture that it has even affected the way we view breastfeeding.
I noticed something around Metro Manila lately. A lot of fitness gyms are popping up. I guess it is safe to say that more and more Filipino’s are taking exercises seriously.