Saturday, January 25, 2014

Live Healthy at Eastwood City

Live Healthy at Eastwood City is a two-month long wellness campaign. It encourages everyone to start living a healthier lifestyle through healthy foods and fitness activities offered by Eastwood City establishments.

Megaworld Lifestyle Malls and Eastwood City invite everyone to start the year right by living a healthy lifestyle with the recently launched Live Healthy at Eastwood City Wellness Campaign.

The unveiling of A Healthy Menu for A Healthier You, developed by US Certified Nutritionist Nadine Tengco

Fitness buffs, health enthusiasts and those looking to get fit and fab this 2014 will definitely find a healthy variety of dining choices they can enjoy and fitness activities they can participate in at Eastwood City from January 18 to March 15

Those who want to kick off their 2014 on a healthier note can start by eating the right way with the help of A Healthy Menu for A Healthier You, developed by US Certified Nutritionist Nadine Tengco.

The couple Troy Montero and Aubrey Miles with Nadine Tengco and Regine Tolentino grace the launching of Live Healthy in Eastwood City, Libis, Quezon City last 23 January 2014 

This menu-like brochure contains healthy choices for breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner — all certified as healthy by Nadine Tengco — from participating Eastwood City restaurants such as Agave Mexican Cantina, Cyma Greek Taverna, Mr. Kurosawa, Komrad, Mesclun Bistro, Faburrito, CafĂ© Via Mare, Cibo, Uncle Cheffy, Pho Hoa, Seafood Island, Mr. Bean and Detoxify Bar.

US Certified Nutritionist Nadine Tengco shares some of her valuable insights on food nutrition and tips on how stay healthy with what you eat.
Also included in the menu are recommended brands for vitamins and supplements that guests can avail at participating Eastwood City stores including Health Express, GNC and Healthy Options.

Sampling some of the foods listed in the A Healthy Menu for A Healthier You courtesy from participating restaurants of Eastwood City


A Healthy Menu for A Healthier You is available for free at the Eastwood Mall Concierge beginning January 25. Guests can also look for the logo of Nadine Tengco at different Eastwood City establishments and get their brochure.


Fitness buffs and those looking to lose the Holiday weight and prepare for the summer, meanwhile, can join a fun fitness activity at the Weekend Workouts.

This free weekend workout sessions by Fitness First and Curves is open to all every Saturday until March 8 at the Eastwood Mall Open Park. Registration starts at 8:00AM and is free to interested parties.

Fitness enthusiasts will surely love the different fitness classes from Fitness First like Zumba, Retro, Body Jam, Hip-hop, Yoga and Body Combat. Meanwhile, starting February 15, guests can enjoy Zumba fitness classes and learn more about the highly recommended circuit workout of Curves.

Those who will register for the Weekend Workouts will get a passport containing all the workout sessions from the two fitness establishments. Exciting prizes and giveaways also await those who will finish all the sessions at the end of the program

More fitness and diet tips are available for health-conscious individuals at Eastwood City’s Facebook Page and at the Megaworld Lifestyle Malls website. Guests can like Eastwood City’s Facebook Page or visit www.megaworldlifestylemalls.com to get daily helpful tips on proper exercising and healthy eating.


Start the year right by living a healthy lifestyle at Eastwood City! For more information, please call the Megaworld Lifestyle Malls Concierge at 709-9888, 709-0888 or 0917-8380111


Tinay Magtira
Communications Manager
Megaworld Lifestyle Malls
Contact No. 709-1111 loc. 135
kristina@megaworld-commercial.com

 
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