Articles

  • April 02, 2016
    Filipinos eat five to six times a day: breakfast, mid-morning snack, lunch (noontime meal), afternoon snack and dinner (evening meal) or after dinner/midnight snack. Snacking is eating light foods between regular meals or simply meryenda. The morning snack also known as Segundo Almuerzo or second breakfast is eaten around 10am while the afternoon snack is eaten between 3 to 4pm. Filipinos prefer fresh, flavorful and juicy snacks. While snacking has been a tradition, it has evolved with the different working hours particularly in the BPO sector and those with 24-hour working companies.
  • February 13, 2014
    Here are just a few of the reasons people seek out the expertise of Registered Nutritionist-Dietitians for science-based advice.
  • January 13, 2010
    Continuing Professional Education is back! Starting this year, professionals will be asked to submit continuing professional education units for renewal of PRC Identification Card.
  • March 23, 2009
    Eating almonds significantly decreased levels of two biomarkers for oxidative stress in a group of 27 male and female volunteers with elevated cholesterol. The study was conducted by scientists funded by the Agricultural Research Service, the Almond Board of California, and the Canada Research Chair Endowment.