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Woman Shares Impressive Journey to Losing 20kg in 4 Months

Most of those who tried to lose weight will tell you that doing so is such a difficult thing that they eventually quit trying and decided to simply accept that they would never become as slim as they wished to be!

But one young lady proved that with determination and the right tools, you can achieve anything you wanted, even losing 20kg of extra weight! Whoa. How did she do it?

Pamela Cruz shared her impressive weight-loss journey on Facebook last December 31, narrating how she lost a whopping 20kg of weight in just 4 months. According to the post, a lot of people thought she underwent liposuction because she lost so much weight so quickly.

When she started trying to lose weight, she did it just like everyone else – she went on a diet. She only ate steamed vegetables for 2 weeks. Of course, that would have helped her lose a lot of weight quickly but she became constipated.

After undergoing a medical checkup, she was told that she needed more fiber in her digestive system. So, she went back to eating regular food but changed from white to black rice. She even ate the same viand as before, including canned goods that are supposed to be bad for those who are trying to go on diet.

Unsuccessful with her dieting, she turned to doing cardio exercises. A bit embarrassed to go to the gym as she was overweight, she decided to do the exercises at home. She used the treadmill for 30-60 min daily, for 1 month straight!

After that, though, she had to stop for 2 months as she had to undergo an operation.

By October, finally deciding to be more serious with her weight-loss journey, she enrolled in the gym. It was tiresome and her coaches were sometimes too strict on her but thanks to this, she was able to finally lose her excess weight and achieve the body she wanted!

FYI, hindi po ako nag diet pills, diet shake, protein shake or kung ano man klase ng pampapayat hindi po talaga ako gumamit. Kasi maniwala kayo sa hindi mas nakakataba po yun once tinigil nyo,” she shared.

From 193lbs (87.5kg), Pamela is down to 149lbs (67.6kg)!

In just 4 months, she was able to lose 44lbs (20kg). Her impressive weight-loss journey has inspired a lot of people to also start a membership at the nearest gym!

Image credits: Facebook / Pamela Cruz

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Pinoy Dad Sells Banana Cakes to Raise Funds Php1.6M for Baby’s Liver Transplant




One of the most heartbreaking things that a parent goes through is seeing their children sick and trying his best to live despite the difficult situation he is in. Many parents wish they could just exchange places with their kids, so the children wouldn’t have to go through the pain.

And most parents would do anything and everything to ensure their kids will be better again.

LITRO (LIver TRansplant Operation) Babies Philippines, Inc. founder Jenny Sumalpong recently shared a heartbreaking photo of a dad who was selling banana cakes at the sidewalk. While it might seem at first that this was just another random street vendor, it turned out this dad was trying to raise Php1.6 million for his baby’s liver transplant.

Photo credit: Jabee Imano Galindes / Facebook

Baby Aki is just 8 months old but he was diagnosed with biliary atresia, a rare condition of the liver and bile ducts that occurs in infants. The child needs a liver transplant as soon as possible for him to survive, but this would cost the family Php1.6 million!

Instead of simply asking for help and donations from people, mommy Jabee Imano Galindes and her husband would begin selling banana cakes to raise money for their son’s liver transplant.

Photo credit: Jabee Imano Galindes / Facebook

“Hello!

Ako po si Aquiro Jazz Galindes Detablan (AKI) from San Juan Calamba City, pwde po bang magpatulong po sa inyo para po sa fund raising sa LIVER TRANSPLANT. Sana po matulungan nyo akong sa pamamagitan pagbili sa amin ng BANANA BREAD @P120 kada loaf.

Salamat po ng madami.

email: detablanjollibee@gmail.com

JOLLIBEE G. DETABLAN

09475362919

Paki-text lang po yung number para po sa orders or pick-up sa JaZZ Bakery, Brgy. San Juan. makalampas lang po ng daan papuntang Looc.

Help poured in for the family. A lot of people bought their banana cakes while others even sent other goods like diapers, milk, food, and other things the family needs.

Photo credit: Jabee Imano Galindes / Facebook

Others also sent money directly to their bank account, even without availing of their cakes. We hope Baby Aki would soon get that life-saving transplant…




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Woman Shares Video of ‘Plastic Fish’ They Bought from a Taguig Market




It is a known fact these days that a lot of plastics and various trash items have made their way to lakes and oceans, causing problems to the ecosystem and leading to many sea creatures ingesting these, thinking the items are food.

But there’s another way that plastics have affected fish – and this was done in purpose.

Photo credit: May Pineda / Facebook

May Pineda of Barangay Western Bicutan in Taguig, Metro Manila shared a video of the fish her mom bought from a seller in Signal Palengke (market).

May’s mother found the fish too nice and asked the seller where it came from. After she was told that this came from Navotas which is known for its fish port complex, May’s mother proceeded to buy the fish.

Photo credit: May Pineda / Facebook

At home, however, she was surprised to find that the fish felt different while she was cleaning one. Upon close inspection, she found that the fish she was holding was wrapped entirely with plastic!

Photo credit: May Pineda / Facebook

What makes this a bit puzzling is that the plastic wrapping was so cleverly wrapped over the fish that it stuck well to the fish’s skin like cling wrap, yet without creases. If you are not a keen observer or don’t clean the fish well, May and her mother believe you would probably just end up cooking this ‘plastic fish’ without taking out the possibly toxic plastic wrapping.

Photo credit: May Pineda / Facebook

While the pair did not name the seller as they probably didn’t know that person personally or could remember the stall number, they warn other people to be extra careful when buying fish. And if you end up with the ‘plastic fish’, it would be a good idea to clean it well and remove all plastic materials around the fish!

Better yet, why not return the fish to where you bought them so the seller will know its fake and so you wouldn’t have to eat ‘plastic fish’, huh?

Photo credit: May Pineda / Facebook

Watch the video here:

PLASTIC FISH. (PLASTIK NA ISDA)FROM CHINA TO US NGAYON PATI PINAS.BEWARE NALANG SA ISDA NA BINIBILI NIYO.TAGUIG AREA. SIGNAL PALENGKE YAN NABILI NG MOM KO.Ps. Spread for awareness nalang po.

Posted by May Pineda on Saturday, February 2, 2019




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4-Year-Old Girl Nearly Goes Blind after Too Much Use of Gadgets




These days wherein smartphones are getting cheaper and the internet is readily available, even kids have their own gadgets. Even kids as young as 1 year old are given gadgets by their parents, mostly to keep them well-behaved and quiet while their parents are busy.

While it is true that using gadgets does keep these kids quiet, keeping them in one spot several minutes (even hours!) at a time, this has harmful effects on their health!

Photo credit: Dachar Nuysticker Chuayduang / Facebook

One dad recently shared the sad fate of his daughter who nearly went blind after using too much gadgets.

Dachar Nuysticker Chuayduang shared photos of his 4-year-old daughter, taken after surgery.

Photo credit: Dachar Nuysticker Chuayduang / Facebook

According to Chuayduang, his daughter began using gadgets as early as age 2. He would let her use his iPad and smartphone for hours on end. Sadly, the kid got would get angry when Chuayduang would get the gadgets; thus, they would often just let her use the gadgets for as long as she wants.

But while the kid would be at peace for hours, she began to develop problems with her eyesight. They noticed that she would squinting her eyes. Then, she developed ‘lazy eye’. This means that one eye does not develop properly; thus, this affected eye relies more on the ‘good’ eye for vision. This leads to one eye, the affected one, becoming ‘lazy’ and would just move in a different direction as the ‘good’ eye.

Photo credit: Dachar Nuysticker Chuayduang / Facebook

Even with these vision problems, however, Chuayduang continued letting his kid use gadgets. But as the condition worsened, he finally brought her to an eye doctor.

At the tender age of 4, the kid had to undergo surgery to correct her vision problems. They were told that the child was close to getting blind! Thankfully, it was not too late for the kid.

Photo credit: Dachar Nuysticker Chuayduang / Facebook

But Chuayduang hopes that this would be a lesson for other parents so their kids won’t have to undergo the same experience as his daughter.




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