Jeunesse Anion Sanitary Napkins and Liners recently celebrated its fourth year anniversary at the EDSA Shangri-‐La with an action-packed wellness theme designed to move, refuel, and recover.
The party kicked off with an hour of morning Ashtanga yoga session with teacher Bubbles Paraiso that proved to be an energizing primer for the program.
For the refuel session conducted by Philippine-‐US registered dietitian-‐nutritionist Cheshire Que, RND, RN, RDN, she shared which food to avoid during that time of the month- refined sugars, fatty foods, caffeine, processed foods, and salty foods. Instead, choose to refuel with the following: high in fiber, complex carbohydrates, lean protein, good fats, and probiotics.
Adding to the mix of experts and to ensure sustainability of the participants’ active lifestyle, triathlete and former national water polo player, and Nike+ Run Club Coach Lyllian Banzon, MD, MBA, zeroes in helpful tips to recover well. After breaking a sweat, she puts emphasis on activities that restores energy and aids in healing such as sleep, relaxation, and complementary medicine like acupuncture that promotes blood flow and eases muscle pain.
With all these tips and wellness strategies, there’s no need to dread our red days and we can surely look forward to #positivelybetter days like never before!
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