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    Post by Alexer Ilano on Tue Aug 18, 2015 10:53 am

    very good topic Smile interesting nakakakuha ako ng mga tips na dapat gawin Razz Razz Razz
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    Post by CJ Trapero Abriam Ü on Tue Aug 18, 2015 11:02 am

    hello Ana,

    panu maalis mga white heads sa ilong? confused confused confused

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    Post by JessaMaezing on Tue Aug 18, 2015 11:23 am

    how can I improve my talent to dance? afro
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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 11:24 am

    @thine2x wrote:Hi:)
    How does smoking affect our over all health and can someone stop smoking and fix their lungs by working out?

    and is it good to follow the food pyramid daily?

    I hope this helps =)


    For me, it is not required to follow food pyramid. A food pyramid helps you balance your food choices.
    Pero ayun sa pag aaral ng iba, mas healthier yung taong nasunod sa food pyramid.

    Thank you .. Smile rabbit
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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 11:36 am

    hachigatsu_san wrote:are there any foods that you can suggest that can also loose our weight? except for just exercising.

    Ok !

    First, water works.

    Diba nga? Last chance of death yung walang tubig. What I mean, kapag wala kang makain, pero may tubig .. you can survive.

    Broccoli !

    Did you know broccoli is a great source of fiber and calcium?

    Cabbage

    Rich in antioxidants like vitamin C, cabbage is a great immune-booster.

    Cauliflower

    Like other cruciferous veggies, cauliflower is full of cancer-fighting phytonutrients and is a great source of vitamin C and folate. Nibble on raw or lightly steamed florets to maximize cauliflower's antioxidant power.

    Grapefruit

    A powerhouse for heart health, grapefruit contains vitamin C, folic acid, and potassium, along with pectin, a soluble fiber that may be a strong ally against atherosclerosis. Pink and red varieties also have vitamin A and lycopene, a phytochemical that protects arterial walls from oxidative damage.

    Lettuce

    With a mere 60–70 calories per pound, lettuce is high on the list of diet-friendly foods. Romaine lettuce alone is a great source of B vitamins, folic acid, and manganese, which helps regulate blood sugar and is essential for proper immune system function. Choose other dark green or purple varieties such as green or red leaf for the most nutrients.

    Radishes

    These brightly colored vegetables are packed with potassium, folic acid, antioxidants, and sulfur compounds that aid in digestion. Don't forget the leafy green tops, which contain six times the vitamin C and more calcium than the roots.

    Spinach

    Tender and flavorful, this leafy green is rich in iron, folic acid, and vitamin K. It also contains disease-fighting antioxidants beta-carotene and vitamin C, as well as the phytochemical lutein, which protects eyes against age-related macular degeneration.
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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 11:40 am

    vanessa4864@gmail.com wrote: Question How to strengthen my Emotional aspect ? in terms of love??

    HAHAHA ano ba yan physical education ba yan?
    Ang masasabi ko lang, mag - aral ka muna tapos ayun !


    Just love purely, relax and trust your partner.



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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 11:46 am

    Japheth Bornales wrote:I am always late, what specific way do I need to do to wake up early ?

    Sleep

    The only suggestion I have in my brain cells:

    Set an alarm clock in your phone na paulit - ulit. Yung kada thirty minutes nag - a - alarm dapat.
    O kaya, makisabay ka sa maagang pumasok nang sa gayon, mahiya ka ma - late.
    At pinakamaganda, sleep early.

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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 11:52 am

    KingBob wrote:anong exercises yung pwede kong gawin para tumaba? di naman po kasi pwede yung kain lang ako ng kain di ba? haha!

    FOR ME, ang exercise .. naimbento para maging fit, hindi tumaba.
    Sometimes it is because of heredity, it is aright to be skinny .. as long as you are healthy.
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    Post by cedrick concepcion on Tue Aug 18, 2015 11:54 am

    panu mag karoon ng magandang Dib-dib ?? plat kasi sakin ee walng muscle.. scratch confused
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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:03 pm

    dhanica osorio wrote:Is there any exercise for those people who have disabilities? what should they do to be physically fit?

    Good Question !

    Actually, disability is not a reason not to be active in working out. It will be depend on what kind of disability they have.
    Napansin mo naman diba? May mga athletes na may kapansanan. Mino - motivate sila para hindi ma - down.

    Kung pilay, pwede nman na indoor exercise. Pwede dumbell kasi working pa naman yung kamay.
    They can also swim as long as persistence is present.
    Even to the persons who have hearing impeachment can exercise.

    We should be there by time to time para alalayan.

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    Post by Jeremy De Jesus on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:06 pm

    What should I do to whiten?

    I try as much soap still nothing .. monkey monkey monkey
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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:09 pm

    julzpogi wrote:i hope this would help
    The five categories of fruits considered best for losing weight are:

    --High-carbohydrate fruits. Diets rich in high-carbohydrate fruits--such as banana, plum, pear, kiwifruit, pineapple, mango, grape, and fig--should be eaten for breakfast. These fruits give the required energy to jump start digestion and provide the required sugar content after the night’s fasting. These fruits should be included in diets on a regular basis and should be consumed with dry fruits, such as dates, raisins, almonds, apricots, and prunes.

    --Low-carbohydrate fruits. Watermelon, peach, nectarine, cantaloupe, apple, and papaya come under this category. These nutritious fruits have high water content and control the body temperature and help expel bad cholesterol from the body. They provide the necessary energy for the cardiovascular and nervous systems to function optimally. The low-carbohydrate fruits like these do not tax the body with excess sugar content; instead, diets rich in these fruits aid burning excess fat and losing weight.

    --Citrus fruits and berries. Diets rich in citrus fruits provide minimal carbohydrates. These fruits include raspberries, blackberries, cranberries, and to some extent strawberries and blue berries. A small amount of lime, lemon, or sweet lime can also be included. These fruits help promote bowel movement and thereby detoxification. They eliminate toxins or undigested matter from the body. Citrus fruits and berries cleanse the blood and reinforce cardiovascular system. This promotes heart health as well. These fruits aid in removing bad cholesterol and improving digestion and appetite, thereby leading to healthy weight loss.

    --Watery fruits. Fruits—such as watermelon, cantaloupe, musk melon, and honey dew melon—all have plenty of water in them with an amount of carbohydrates. They provide excellent hydration for digestion and low amount of carbohydrates for instant energy to the body. These watery fruits provide the required water content for effective digestion and excretion of toxins, thereby aiding detoxification and healthy weight loss.

    --Dry fruits. These are dried fruits like raisins, dates, and prunes. Dry fruits can be added in small quantities to fresh fruits in diets. These fruits are excellent sources of vitamins and minerals, and they complement the deficiency of minerals and vitamins in fresh fruits. Dry fruits along with fresh fruits in diets are effective in burning excess fat and reducing cholesterol, thus promoting healthy weight loss. They also improve the immune system and aid in detoxification.

    VERY GOOD cheers

    But can you give some samples of that so I can .... imagine.
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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:23 pm

    DeneceArchie wrote:Hi ma'am! How can I stay fit and healthy? And what can you advice for those student who doesn't have an ample time to work out and have exercise like me? HAHAHA. Laughing

    Try to read other post and question about physical fitness.

    And what can you advice for those student who doesn't have an ample time to work out and have exercise like me?


    As long as you can have the effort and time, you can work out.
    Can you imagine that you can exercise only by just going to school ?
    You should walk, that is the simplest exercise !

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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:26 pm

    yanadub wrote:do you know how to make a program on a circuit training ? Smile

    I got this to other's post.

    do some exercises even for a few minutes..
    i suggest a circuit training for you
    push up 10x..... 15 sec. interval
    jog in place...... 2mins. 1 min. interval
    3 sets but before you do it have some stretching..
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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:28 pm

    jhllmr wrote:
    jomsmarietolentino wrote:Madam Ana,
    How can I strengthen my stamina and my body? cheers


    do some exercises even for a few minutes..
    i suggest a circuit training for you
    push up 10x..... 15 sec. interval
    jog in place...... 2mins.   1 min. interval
    3 sets but before you do it have some stretching..

    i hope it helps you

    Oh ! that is the circuit training ??

    Thanks for the information. lol!
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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:30 pm

    butterflly wrote:being physically emotionally and socially healthy can improve our physical appearance im not joking hahaha if you want too look younger than your age eat healthy foods and avoid stress

    Yes, because fruits and vegetables has good effect to a human's body.

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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:36 pm

    J. wrote:How to get Total pack abs

    - 30 knee crunches
    - 20 leg raises
    - 30 flutter kicks
    - 60 sec. planks
    - 30 cross crunches
    - 20 cycling cross crunches
    - 20 heel touches
    - 20 superman position

    Do it guys, then you'll finally get total six pack abs. Smile

    That's nice Basketball

    Do you have that six pack abs ?

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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:40 pm

    AngelMarie wrote:GOOD MORNING PO, may I ask ? cat

    how can we say that a person is physically fit?

    rendeer

    Makikita mo naman yun physically .. good posture, clear eyes, complex skin.
    And physically fir person is an active participants. They have confident, they joined heavy task.
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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:47 pm

    방탄소년단 wrote:This information gives some important motivation to be a physically fit.

    And for healthy foods, too.
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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:48 pm

    DrummerGirl wrote:I think this blog gave a lot information about how to be healthy enough. But , It can't help me because I really hate to do some exercise .  
    #YAH!ImLazy Very Happy

    OWW .. SAD Sad

    You should be motivated. Gusto mo ba maging unhealthy ?? Crying or Very sad
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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:51 pm

    yuurei wrote:Hello ma'am! I have a low stamina. How could I develop enough stamina for me to last longer?

    Method 1 of 5: Stamina through diet
    Method 2 of 5: Developing physical stamina
    Method 3 of 5: Giving your body adequate rest
    Method 4 of 5: Developing sexual stamina
    Method 5 of 5: Improving mental stamina

    STAMINA THROUGH DIET


    Eat a healthy, balanced diet.
    Food is the fuel your body gets its energy from. A healthy, well-balanced diet keeps your body healthy and energized, raising your stamina. Try to eat a well-balanced, low-fat diet that includes plenty of fruits, vegetables and lean meats. For long-lasting energy, doctors also recommend having up to a third of your diet be composed of starches and carbohydrates (whole wheat varieties are preferable).
    To keep your body steadily supplied with energy throughout get energy by eating several smaller meals throughout the day rather than one or two large meals.
    Snack on fruits, raw vegetables, nuts and other lean proteins between meals. Carry high-energy fruit and nut mixes with you during times of extended performance, such as hiking, cycling or cramming for final exams.


    Stay hydrated.
    The health benefits of drinking lots of water are numerous - it can help you lose weight, prevent kidney stones, and much more.[2] Water can also increase stamina by fighting muscle fatigue. Muscle tissue that is under-hydrated can under-perform, so keep your stamina up by drinking about 17 ounces of water a few hours before strenuous exercise.[3]If you're starting on a long distance run or an extended exercise, have plenty of fluids with you so they'll be available if you get thirsty later.
    If you're likely to drink more fluid if your drink is flavored, consider using a sports drink like Gatorade, Powerade, etc. These drinks have the added benefit of replacing your body's electrolytes - important nutrients involved in muscle function that are lost when you sweat.[4] However, if you're also trying to lose weight, note that these drinks can be calorie-dense.
    Use caffeinated energy drinks sparingly. They're good for a short boost, but can hamper long-term stamina.

    DEVELOPING PHYSICAL STAMINA


    Get plenty of physical exercise.
    Though it will tire you out in the short term, physical exercise increases your overall energy level and stamina over a long period of time. For optimal health and increased stamina, make time in your schedule for regular exercise. For adults, the Department of Health and Human Services recommends at least 150 minutes of moderate cardiovascular exercise per week (or 75 minutes of intense cardiovascular exercise), along with strength-building exercise sessions at least twice a week.[5]
    Cardiovascular exercise, such as aerobics, running, biking, and dancing, exercises your heart and lungs, increasing the efficiency with which your body supplies oxygen to its muscles. As a result, your body's endurance and stamina will gradually increase (and its fatigue levels decrease) with cardiovascular exercise.
    Strength-building exercises, such as weightlifting and body weight exercises (push ups, sit ups, etc.) gradually build the stamina (not to mention the size, definition, and strength) of your muscles. Over time, you'll notice a definite difference - you'll be able to lift bigger loads for longer.


    Choose physical activities that you love.
    It's easier to push yourself physically, improving your stamina, when you're doing something you genuinely enjoy, rather than something you dread. Tailor your workout to include mostly activities that you enjoy - these may be things that you're already good at, but they may also be things that you haven't tried yet. If you're not sure which types of exercise you enjoy, experiment by including many different kinds in your workout for a week or two. You may discover, for instance, that you prefer low-impact exercises, like swimming and biking, over your previous attempts running, or you may discover the opposite!


    Lead an active life.
    If you're very, very busy, you may simply not have enough time every week for exercise. Luckily, you can mitigate some of the negative effects that come from the lack of a regular exercise routine by simply keeping in motion throughout the day. Avoid staying still for long periods of time - almost any type of movement is good for your cardiovascular health; the more, the better. Instead of driving to work, bike or walk. If your job has you in front of a computer all day, use a standing desk or a walking desk instead of sitting. Wear a pedometer and shoot for a goal of 10,000 steps every day. The more you're up and about, the better your overall health and stamina.


    Involve others in your activity.
    If you find that you're not able to achieve the stamina level you'd like on your own, consider doing your physical activity of choice in the company of friends. Believe it or not, friends can make it substantially easier to push yourself physically. Friends can offer you encouragement when you're tired. They can even give you a few well-meaning verbal jabs to keep you "pumped up." Finally, in the presence of friends, you may find that you don't want to quit - that you want to impress your friends by pushing yourself to the limit.
    Your exercise partners don't have to be friends or peers. Bring the kids, the dog or a neighbour when you go for your daily exercise activity. You can also join a gym that offers to pair you with exercise buddies or enroll in exercise classes where you can make new friends that you know will have similar fitness goals to your own.

    GIVING YOUR BODY ADEQUATE REST


    Get plenty of rest.
    While it's important to stay active with exercise, if you're shooting for high stamina it's just as important to stay well-rested. A good night's rest should leave you refreshed, energized, and focused, ensuring that you'll be able to physically give your all. Inadequate rest, on the other hand, can leave you groggy and under-performing. Bad sleeping habits have also been linked to a number of health problems that can negatively impact your stamina: weight gain, high blood pressure, and illness, to name a few.
    While everyone's sleep needs are different, the National Sleep Foundation recommends 7-9 hours of sleep per night for adults. Getting less than 6 hours of sleep per night is generally considered unhealthy and has been linked to the health concerns listed above.


    Gradually build up to your target level of stamina.
    Any attempt to improve your stamina through exercise should be approached somewhat gradually - try to do too much too early, and you may exhaust yourself or give up. Instead, set simple, specific goals as stepping stones to your major goal, like first running 1 km., then, in two weeks, 2 kilometers (1.2 mi), then 5 kilometers (3.1 mi), and finally 10 kilometers (6.2 mi). Celebrate each milestone you reach as an achievement. Build up: Don't give up!
    For cardiovascular exercise, start out slowly, mildly increasing your heart rate and maintaining that heart rate for no more than 30 minutes the first time. Increase the intensity and duration of your performance by small, realistic intervals until you reach your goal. Within a few months, you'll likely have made serious improvement while barely noticing the change!
    For strength-building exercise, begin at a weight or resistance level that's easily manageable. Add only a few small weights to your barbell or exercise machine. Alternatively, if you're doing a body weight exercise, you can usually modify the exercise to make it easier in some way - dropping your legs to make a push up easier or doing a crunch instead of a sit up, for instance. Gradually increase the weight, resistance, or intensity of your exercise to smoothly build strength over time.

    DEVELOPING SEXUAL STAMINA


    Devote time to improving your sexual stamina.
    Many people hoping to improve their physical stamina have one specific goal in mind - longer, better sex. Improving your sexual stamina is partly a matter of improving your physical fitness, so the exercise tips in this section are all of use if your lovemaking sessions are often cut short because you find yourself exhausted or out of breath during sex. Chronically short lovemaking can also have a variety of hormonal or medical causes[8], though these can be rare - if you're already physically fit and you have poor sexual stamina, you may want to see a doctor just in case. However, sex is much more than a purely physical activity. Just as important as your physical health is your emotional well-being. An inability to have satisfying sex is often the result of emotional issues or interpersonal problems within a relationship. Below are just a few of the causes of unsatisfying sex, along with notes about possible cures:
    Erectile Dysfunction. Men who have difficulty maintaining an erection may, when they do get one, rush to orgasm. Luckily, a variety of medications are available to treat ED. Make an appointment with your doctor - most ED medications are available only via prescription.
    Biological Causes. Hormone disorders, brain chemical imbalances, thyroid problems, and, rarely, nerve damage, can all make it difficult to have satisfying sex. In this case, because the root causes vary and are not immediately obvious, it's best to receive evaluation from a doctor before proceeding with a treatment.
    Medicinal Causes. Certain medications can interfere with your libido, making long, satisfying sex difficult. In this case, you may want to discuss alternate treatment options with your doctor.
    Anxiety issues. Sex, particularly if you're inexperienced, can be intimidating. Stress and nervousness can make it difficult to "get in the mood" or cause you to finish early. If this is the case, do what you can to calm yourself and remain stress-free before sex - realize that, for all the importance we place on it, sex doesn't need to be nerve-wrecking. If you can't seem to calm you jitters, make an appointment with a counselor or therapist.
    Relationship issues. Sometimes, unsatisfying sex can be the result of emotional problems or tensions between the two partners. In this case, it's best to talk frankly and openly with your partner, though, if you think you need it, it's also appropriate to contact a couples counselor.


    Visualize your goal.
    It's easy to get mentally sidetracked if you're focused on the difficulties that lie in the details of the task you're trying to complete, rather than the goal you hope to achieve. Don't miss the forest for the trees - never lose sight of the prize. Always keep your final product in mind as you approach any trying task - this will help you stay focused and keep you from wasting time on inconsequential side-task.
    You don't even have to focus on your literal goal - you can try thinking of other triumphant imagery. Close your eyes and let your mind wander - build a mental picture of yourself finishing a race with a burst of speed or getting an A on the final exam. Just don't fall asleep!
    Avoid dwelling on the challenges, obstacles or hurdles you may face before reaching your goal, but be aware of them and work hard to overcome the hurdles and reach your goal.
    In school, keep your motivation high and build your stamina for studying prior to final exam week by hosting study sessions for friends all school year.


    Break your problem into pieces.
    If you think of your problem as one big, monolithic task, it's very easy to get discouraged. Instead, keep your mental stamina high by breaking your work into smaller, easier chunks. Focus on doing the most important things first or completing the process as a series of sequential steps. The sense of accomplishment you'll get from completing each small piece of your problem will help keep you focused and attentive as you tackle the rest of your work.


    Build your ability to focus.
    Your brain isn't a muscle, but it can be strengthened like one. Work up your ability to concentrate and focus on serious work over time in the same way you would build strong muscles. Gradually increase the duration and intensity of your mental tasks. Over time, doing an amount of mental work that would previously have left you exhausted will seem normal - even easy.
    For instance, if you're trying to learn guitar, but find it too difficult to concentrate on the repetitive early tasks of practicing basic chords and scales, try practicing every day, increasing the amount of time you practice daily by five minutes every week. For example, practice 30 minutes per day the first week, 35 the second, etc. In less that two months, you'll be practicing an hour a day and you'll be well on your way to gaining some serious fret board skills.


    Eliminate distractions.
    Often, when faced with a difficult task, people allow themselves to procrastinate by pursuing meaningless distractions. To keep your mental stamina high and stay focused on your task, clear these distractions from your life. If, for instance, you have a bad habit of playing online games instead of getting started on the pile of work in your "In" box, download a free productivity app that blocks gaming websites. If you waste time reading trashy magazines instead of writing the novel you've been planning, cancel your subscriptions. Do anything and everything you can to isolate yourself with your work - you'll have no excuse but to do it!
    Clear your schedule. Check your calendar for upcoming events that will interfere with your ability to devote yourself to your work - if you've got a serious schedule conflict, give up or reschedule the "fun" event in favor of your work.


    Use stimulants sparingly.
    Coffee and energy drinks can be useful if you're looking for a short-term energy boost, as caffeine can cause your energy level and focus to sky-rocket. However, these things aren't useful to improve long-term mental stamina, as they often cause you to "crash" after the initial boost, becoming drowsier than you were before. They can also be habit-forming - if you develop an addiction to caffeine, it may lose its usefulness even as a temporary pick-me-up.
    Never use prescription stimulants (like Adderall, etc.) as a work or study aid - these drugs can have powerful side effects and shouldn't be used unless they're prescribed by a doctor.


    Talk to others.
    If you're relying your mental stamina to get you through an emotionally trying time like a breakup or a personal loss, know that almost any problem is easier to get through if you share it. Confide in a friend, family member, loved one, or other trusted person when you're having trouble enduring in times of distress. Often, it'll feel good simply to open up about how you're feeling - these people don't necessarily need to help you solve your problems to make you feel better.
    If you're hesitant to talk to others because your problems are very personal, it even help simply to express your problems to yourself. Think about how you feel deep down at your core and write these feeling down in a journal or private notebook. After a short time, come back and read these thoughts - you may find that you're surprised at what you wrote and that you're now able to focus more clearly on overcoming your issues.


    Take breaks.
    Just like physical stamina, mental stamina requires plenty of rest. If you've been concentrating hard on finishing a task or getting through a difficult situation, give yourself a brief break when you get a chance. If you're at the office, step out into the hallway for some piece and quiet or splash some water on your face in the restroom. If you're having a hard time maintaining a smile at a tense social event, excuse yourself and, for a few minutes, simply allow yourself to rest. You'll be amazed how much even a brief respite from a mentally trying situation will leave you feeling refreshed, recharged, and ready to soldier on.
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    Post by Ma'am Ana on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:53 pm

    yeng wrote:paano tumaba ng mabilis ? Di ko magawa -__-

    Hindi naman tlaga mabilis yung pag taba. Neutral

    It takes time, follow food pyramid and have a good exercise.
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    Post by Aeron Paul on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:54 pm

    Alexer Ilano wrote:
    Shaneng Sheyni Ragudo wrote:ok lng po ba na every time na pag tapos kong kumain lagi akong may chocolate na kinakain...


    a really sleepy, if you do not make proper stretching.
    lalo na kung tinatamad ka pa .


    baliktad ka ata ng sagot dapat kay Princess Venice Acosta yan , tama po ba?

    hehe nag kamali ka siguro ng type..
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    Post by Aeron Paul on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:59 pm

    JessaMaezing wrote:how can I improve my talent to dance? afro


    more practice , mag i-improve kadin sa talent mo Very Happy
    wag lang papabayaan ang kalusugan, baka naman sumobra ..
    lol!
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    shishi wrote:hello please .. give me some tips.. to prevent pimples Smile

    Top 12 Very Simple Tips to avoid Pimples

    1. Take a chill pill!
    2. Use dermatological products or treatments
    3. Use Aloe Vera
    4. Apply toothpaste
    5. Use baking soda
    6. Use lemons
    7. Apply honey
    8. Apply ice
    9. Eat healthy
    10. Keep your hands away from your face
    11. Watch your hair often
    12. Keep your face clean

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