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Sarah G for Sangobion Sulong Dugong Pinoy


Sarah G in concert at Sangobion Sulong Dugong Pinoy eventCatch Sarah G at the Sangobion Sulong Dugong Pinoy event on April 8 at the Mall of Asia Music Hall. She will be joined by the bands The Dawn and KJWAN. The event spearheaded by Sangobion Iron+ is a campaign to bring together the biggest crowd to have their blood tested for anemia. There will also be bloodletting for those who want to donate blood for the benefit of the Philippine Red Cross.

At the press conference held recently in Quezon City, I learned a lot about blood health from the UST Hospital Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Chairperson Dr. Corazon Zaida Gamilla. Anemia is a global public health problem affecting both developing and developed countries. And it can occur at all stages of life cycle.

Chairperson of the UST Hospital Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Dr Corazon Zaida Gamilla

Chairperson of the UST Hospital Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Dr Corazon Zaida Gamilla

Parents with children who are not performing well in school, behaving differently or concerned with the kids’ physical growth should act immediately. Anemia can have these effects on children, so it’s best to have their blood tested.

People who are at risk of AnaemiaThere are certain groups who are at high risk or at very high risk depending on demographics, dietary factors and social/physical factors. If you smoke, make sure you have healthy blood.

Symptoms of AnemiaA person with anemia may encounter respiratory problem, digestion issues, muscle pains, fatigue, heart issues and skin yellowing. To combat anemia, eating food with soybeans, whole grain bread, spinach, tomatoes, red meat, eggs, etc is highly recommended. But of course, taking Sangobion Iron+ regularly can help fulfill the dietary requirement.

Combating AnemiaAs an in-demand celebrity, Sarah Geronimo represents the hardworking Filipino who needs to be in tip-top shape to deliver the best performance at work. Let’s admit it, while we all work our butts off, we see the Popstar Princess on stage, TV and the big screen. And her performances is up there, enjoyed by many

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Sarah Geronimo supports Sangobion campaignAnd she did not just go up there and do what she’s supposed to do and everything’s done. I’m pretty sure there were countless rehearsals, extended work hours, or could even be sleepless nights. And yet she still has time to support a campaign against anemia. I mean, of course she’s a celebrity endorser of Sangobion. Having Sarah G at the Sangobion Sulong Dugong Pinoy perform in the middle of people having their blood tested for anemia while others are donating blood is something else.

Merck Marketing Director Ming Arroyo-Cunanan

Merck Marketing Director Ming Arroyo-Cunanan

Sangobion is set on promoting healthy blood in the Philippines. At the presscon, I had my blood tested with good result. I learned that there some of us present were surprised that their results showed they were anemic. I’m sure without the event, they wouldn’t have known that they have health issues.

Director of the Philippine Red Cross National Blood Services Dr Christie Monina Nalupta

Director of the Philippine Red Cross National Blood Services Dr Christie Monina Nalupta

It’s a good thing there’s a way to combat anemia and Sangobion IRON+. It not only prevents or treat a prevailing IDA, it can also prevent and treat anemia. That’s because it has organic iron (Ferrous Gluconate) with Vitamin C, Folic Acid, Vit B12, Copper Sulfate and Manganese Sulfate.

Sarah Geronimo with Merck Marketing Director Ming Arroyo-Cunanan, Director of the Philippine Red Cross National Blood Services Dr. Christie Monina Nalupta, Chairperson of the UST Hospital Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Dr. Corazon Zaida Gamilla, and host Patty Laurel Filart.

Sarah Geronimo with Merck Marketing Director Ming Arroyo-Cunanan, Director of the Philippine Red Cross National Blood Services Dr. Christie Monina Nalupta, Chairperson of the UST Hospital Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Dr. Corazon Zaida Gamilla, and host Patty Laurel Filart.

The recent event made me realize that having your blood tested is very important. And not just once, but more regularly. If you haven’t had your blood tested, I suggest you join Sarah G at the Sangobion Sulong Dugong Pinoy. Take your test for free and enjoy the entertainment at the Sangobion event. And if you have a healthy blood, you can opt to donate for the Philippine Red Cross.

 


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