Getting my kids to drink liquid multivitamins is getting harder and harder each day as they become older. So as a mother of two girls, one is 4 years old and the other one is 7 years old. This has become a challenge to me since my eldest is requesting chewable vitamins instead. It started out when I bought Ceelin Chewable Vitamins.
I guess the chewable and candy effect is kinda effective, since she love to eat this every day. The first bottle I bought was now almost empty so I have to purchase a second bottle. So to make them take the multivitamins, I tried this new brand of Chewable Multivitamins with Iron in substitute to the originally liquid multivitamins with Iron. My pediatrician always recommends multivitamins with Iron to take together with vitamin C hand in hand.
Here's the multivitamins I bought. This is from Multicare. My youngest love the taste of orange flavor, but my eldest doesn't like the grape flavor of Zoiron, and the tablet is kinda hard to chew. Well I gues…
Iodine is normally needed by our thyroid to perform normally to produce thyroid hormones. Thyroid hormones also contributes a large factor to our digestive system and other parts of the body. For a cancer patient, usually thyroid hormones are being controlled to a low level, this is to prevent the cancer from recurring, and Iodine plays a great role here. Usually cancer patient has low iodine diet.
The challenge here is before the body scan of a thyroid cancer patient and before the RAI (Radioactive Iodine) therapy. In preparation for my father's RAI and body scan (checking the levels of cancer on the body), his nuclear doctor advised to stop taking the thyrax medicine and an iodine free diet for iodine and calcium as well.
Iodine and calcium should not be present to foods. That means no dairy products like cheese, milk, egg, and etc. He stops the intake of Prosure and Sustagen Premium which is the hardest part since he needs to have more calorie intake.
Grab Car Peer orientation was held yesterday at Rufino Pacific Tower on the 38th floor in Makati. (Update: They are no longer in Rufino tower, as of writing of the update the office was transferred to Buendia). I was given the opportunity to attend one of their sessions. Grab Car was the word of mouth now a days since a lot of people say that you can earn more compared to taxi especially if you own the car.
As per session Grab car was accredited by LTFRB, since there are lot of news concerning franchise fee that LTFRB would like to implement in this booking app. But as per session yesterday there are NO agreement yet with LTFRB (Land Transportation and Franchising and Regulatory Board) that the members are required to have a franchise fee. This was said as per session yesterday (August 14, 2015).
Grab Car : Updates as of Nov. 10, 2015 - TNVS (Transport Network Vehicle Services) is 5,600 per car.
Grab Car was an added service to originally Grab Taxi. This is their new additional serv…