Dingdong Dantes and his Dad for Ensure

Friday, March 18, 2016

I'm sure you've watched it several times on TV where the good looking Dingdong Dantes takes hold of his Father's bike and restored it. His Father though, even when extremely happy about that, felt a little helpless as he thinks he couldn't do the things he did when he was much younger. That picture just tells so much about Filipinos nowadays that when they reach the number 50, they think their poor physical condition could hamper fulfilling their dreams. It is known that in order to be in tip top shape, you need nutrition for strength and their own families to support them in order to achieve their goals. The question is, how do they achieve this goal? 

"Loss of strength is a sign of deterioration of health, when the body experiences loss of strength. 8 out 10 complain if they get out of hospitals when they go back home. The loss if lean body mass can be attributed to consuming only 60 percent or less of their nutritional requirements for a day, it makes them at risk for nutritional gaps. They should always ask their doctors to solve this." says Dr. Dimaano from Abbott Nutrition Philippines.

Dingdong says "I had real life experience in helping my father achieve his dreams. I knew back then, I had to do something when my Dad said he's too old to relive his passion for riding bikes. I had to refurbish my Dad's bike and remind him to rebuild energy + fitness, as his son I wanted to have the duty to remind him of his nutrition so he could live his life to the fullest."

Abbot Ensure has a balanced nutrient formula - made of three major nutrients plus 28 vitamins and minerals. It also has high protein content, prebiotics, good for those with lactose intolerance. It's good to have something help the elderly regain or maintain their strength, and drinking it twice a day for 8 weeks can get their muscle strength.

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