Friday, September 27, 2013

Sangobion for Iron Ladies

From L to R: Top Row - myself, Rowena Lei, Jackie Go
First Row - Amanda Jacob, Cheska Garcia, Jenni Epperson, Joy Cabrera,
Dr. Corazon Gamilla,Fidji Miranda, Frances Sales, Mr. Art Dapasen

Early this month, Sangobion invited me and my fellow brand believers to a luncheon in Makati Shangri-la hosted by Amanda Griffin-Jacob, the highlight of which was a talk by UST OB-GYN Department Chairman Dr. Corazon Zaida N. Gamilla.

Basically, she said that as a woman ages, she also faces greater demands. “In order to cope, she needs to pay attention to her health. When signs of fatigue, paleness, as well as lack of focus and energy start to show, it could be telling symptoms of iron deficiency. Iron-rich food such as red meat, egg yolks, legumes, and green leafy vegetables should be made a regular part of one’s diet. But more than that, an iron supplement is also necessary to maintain good health,” she stresses.

Enter, Sangobion. It helps restore the iron reserves in the body. Because it is Ferrous Gluconate, which is unlike Ferrous Sulfate, it is more easily absorbed by the body and has a less metallic aftertaste. Sangobion also contains Sorbitol, a known anti-constipating agent since ordinary Ferrous Sulfate can contribute to constipation.

What’s more, Sangobion contains vitamins and minerals including Vitamin C, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12, Copper Sulfate and Manganese Sulfate. It also comes in a convenient chocolate-scented capsule. 

I am still breastfeeding Xavi and I make sure to take Sangobion daily. It's a must not just to keep my energy up while taking care of 2 active kids, it also helps ensure I get my much needed dose of iron, vitamins and minerals while nursing our growing boy.

PS - Thank you to my cute date for accompanying me to the Sangobion luncheon!

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