Sunday, June 2, 2013

Iron Deficiency on Filipino Women

Have anyone told you the joke kamukha mo si Nadine? Nope, not the well-known Nadine Samonte, but rather nadimonyo. A joke that will never be taken seriously until we look at the mirror and realize that the joke has its point. Now that the society we’re living in is prone to different kinds of stressors, such mean jokes can be an alarming reminder that we should take care of ourselves and our environment. Unfortunately, according to World Health Organization, 3 out of 5 women of reproductive age are prone to iron deficiency. The signs includes lack of focus, looking pale, and always looking fatigue. It is also said that these signs are mostly disregarded by women even if they’re already seeing it in the mirror.

With this, Sangobion created an Iron Deficiency Awareness show with a fictional character SALAMINKERA, interpreted by the comedian Giselle Sanchez. A show that talks about the challenges that women usually face from love life, family life, beauty, and personal life to how Sangobion can help them make through everyday.



Sangobion is an organic iron with vitamins and minerals which gives women a boost and help them prevent  the 3 signs of Iron deficiency.



Catch SALAMINKERA in a free show for the public at the Lower Ground Floor, Building A of SM Megamall on June 9. There will also be exciting booths, activities, and freebies that await everybody.


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