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From heat wave to ‘meat wave’; Anne Curtis reveals her diet

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BORACAY Monterey Meatshop owner Alberto Rosal, San Miguel Foods president Tatish Palabyab,Oca Palabyab and San Miguel Purefoods Co. president Francisco “Butch” Alejo III

Century Tuna endorser Anne Curtis

Mare’s Glenda Barretto, palanggas. Invitees stayed on to savor the evening’s beautiful music.

Okay, palanggas, now you don’t have to worry where to get real good meat, di bala?

In Boracay, check out Monterey Meatshop at G/F, Tirol Bldg., Main Road, Station 3, Boracay; tel. (036) 2882357.

CHIT Salud, Justa Tantoco, Fortune Ledesma, Tessie Amparo,Maritess Pineda. Seated, Dr. Ellen Binay and Fe Rodriguez.

No other tuna for Anne Curtis

Century Tuna, one of the country’s trusted health brands, started the year big, dahlings, by launching its newest campaign, “No Other Tuna,” with its gorgeous endorser Anne Curtis, no less, at MyCinema, Greenbelt 3.

“We’re very delighted with Anne joining us again on this campaign. Bringing out a powerhouse endorser like her is the best way to signal this improvement in the product,” said Greg Banzon, Century Canning Corp. VP and general manager.

Starcom Mediavest’s Nadine Wee-Sayson and Kath Alday

Banzon said 2012 was another banner year for Century Tuna.

This year, to satisfy consumers even more, “Century Tuna even has bigger and tastier flakes, with the same nutritional values like Omega-3 and DHA,” Banzon said.

JAKE Lugay and Agriculture Assistant Secretary Davinio Catbagan

Also welcoming the invitees were group media manager Gela Gamboa and senior product manager Noel Lazaro.

Anne Curtis expressed her happiness to be part of Century Tuna’s new campaign. “It’s been amazing to be part of Century Tuna, which has really been a part of my personal diet even before they got me as an endorser,” she said. “As I always say, it’s always a pleasure to represent a product that you truly believe in and to bring the message of health and fitness to more people through Century Tuna.”

RHODA David and Anna Nery

The launching saw the special screening of Century Tuna’s new TVC. Guests were also given the privilege to view the commercial’s behind-the-scenes footage, dahlings.

Hosted by JM Rodriguez, the launch ended with the announcement of winners of the “Anne Ticket Mo” Facebook promo, who got the chance to have their photos taken with their idol.

Christina Young and Angelo Licaros

Nene Leonor, a principal sponsor for the wedding of Christina Young and Angelo Licaros, hosted a bridal shower at Makati Shangri-La Hotel.

LAURIE Tan, Teresa Rufino, Christina Young, Nini Licaros, Bianca Manalo. Seated, Vicky Rufino, Anne Manalo Hernandez and Rosanne Prieto.

Served was an excellent and sumptuous Chinese menu.

JAMIE Perona and Monterey Meatshop franchisee Edna Torralba

Rose Libongco, meanwhile, hosted interesting fun games and a raffle with exciting prizes.

The most touching portion of the shower was the sharing of advice on “what marital life is all about,” by Kate Gordon; principal sponsors Dr. Ellen Binay and Nene Leonor, natch; maternal grandmother Marivic Concepcion; and the mother of the bride-to-be, Marie Young.

They thrilled the invitees with their anecdotes and personal stories.

CENTURY Tuna chefs Donna Morales and Apple Perdigon, and senior product manager Noel Lazaro

Licaros, mother of the groom, brought the house down “on how Angelo and Christina first met.”

NINI Licaros, Marie Concepcion Young, Christina Young,Marivic Concepcion

It never fails, palanggas, when you get a whole bunch of gals together, expect a fun-fun happening.


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Tags: Angelo Licaros , Anne Curtis , Christina Young , diet , Ellen Binay , Heat Wave , Monterey Meatwave , Nene Leonor , wedding

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/NXV3F6YUQWDOA4HPYOFN5F2N3U Danyel

    maniwala kayo kay Anne?…..Skyflakes lang at juice ang diet niyan……
    (Pati ito pinatulan ko? wala magawa e…sawa na ako sa Sabah standoff AKA war)

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QCEUSKKXRXXVWN6VMBRY7F43ZU Mangku Kulam

    Or maybe 1 hotdog with two eggs…

    • Futang_Naka

      Hotdog,bacon, ham, sausage, red meat deli,  is not good for your health because its a processed food. It can increase some types of cancer like colorectal cancer and degenerative diseases (Alzheimer’s disease,  Osteoporosis etc. ). Wala ng ibang kainin kung hindi prutas, gulay, isda, oatmeal at tubig lang kasi yan lang ang kailangan ng katawan natin. 

  • Futang_Naka

    Ano kamo de latang century tuna? hay naku. Processed foods & drinks (hotdog, noodles, donut, food in can, red meat, processed juice, coke,  C2, minute maid, gatorade) is not good for your health. Lots of sugar, sodium, trans fats and saturated fats. Better eat oatmeal  instead of white rice, raw fruits, vegetables, fish and water only. yun lang ang secreto sa diet. If you want mag snack you can eat fruits all you want. 

  • ConstructiveMediaCritics

    THE INDUSTRIALIZATIONS IN THE PHILIPPINES IN FOOD INDUSTRIES OR FOOD PROCESSING MUST CERTAINLY SUPPORT AND LEVEL UP FOR THE IMPROVEMENT AND PROGRESS OF THE PHILIPPINE ECONOMY….

    THE AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN FARMING INDUSTRIES, LIVE STOCK  AND AQUATIC  RESOURCES MUST DEVELOPED FOR PARTLY FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES AND FRESH FOOD PRODUCING FOR THE ENTIRE FILIPINOS….

    THE HIGH TECNOLOGY OR MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES ARE REGULATED FOR ENVIRONMENTAL NON RISK OPERATIONS…. WHICH SOME OF OUR FELLOW FILIPINO DOESNT KNOW THE MEANING OF INDUSTRIALIZATION’S WHICH THEY THINK IT WILL BOOST POLLUTIONS OR CONVERTING OUR FARM TO INDUSTRIAL BUT IT IS NOT JUST LIKE THAT THERE IS CERTAIN LAND OR AREAS FOR INDUSTRIAL SITE……. AND THE AGRCULTURAL FARM FOR GOOD HARVEST WILL BE PROTECTED SIMPLE SA THAT……MADAME LANG ANG EPAL SA ATING BAYAN AT ISTUPIDO….

    THE INDUSTRIALIZATION’S EFFECTS IN THE PHILIPPINES WILL LEVEL UP ECONOMIC GROWTH IN EMPLOYMENTS AND COMPANY INCOMES OR OUR GDP….IT WILL END POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES FOR GIVING EMPLOYMENT AND GIVING RIGHT TO STANDARDIZATIONS IN LIFE OR NOT JUST A JOB BUT STANDARD SALARY OR LIVING…

    THE MONOPOLY MUST NOT DICTATE OUR ECONOMY BUT UNITY IN PROGRESS OR THE CONTROL OF ECONOMY IS NOT BELONG TO MONOPOLY CORPORATIONS ONLY BUT TO MANY……THE GREAT IS STATE CONTROL OF ECONOMY OR MAJORITY PEOPLE CONTROL OF ECONOMY…

    PROMOTIONS OF RIGHT TO STANDARDIZATIONS IN LIFE…

  • ConstructiveMediaCritics

    THE FOOD PROCESSED PRODUCTS ARE ALSO GOOD IN OUR HEALTH AND IT MUST BE PASSED IN DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH HEALTH INSPECTIONS….  

    IT PROLONG ALSO THE FOODS PRESERVATIONS AND THIS MUST BE NEED OF GOOD PROPER HEALTH PROCESS…….

    THERE IS A FOOD MUST BE PROCESSED FOR OUR NEEDS IN OUR FOOD CONSUMING OR ANY ELSE…THERE IS A GREAT FOOD NUTRITION’S DEVELOPED IN FOOD PROCESSING LIKE MILK OR ANY FOOD PRODUCTS ETC ETC…

    PRESERVE OUR ENVIRONMENT FOR THE INDUSTRIALIZATIONS…..PUT YOUR INDUSTRY IN RIGHT PLACE OR AREA FOR IT IS NOT GIVING POLLUTIONS TO LARGE POPULATIONS AND OUR LAND OR WATER BE SURE YOU ARE PASSED IN STANDARD OPERATIONS OF HIGHLY INDUSTRIALIZED OPERATIONS……….

    • AllaMo

      Subukan mo kaya tagalugin. At, tantanan mo na yung flaming – kaasar, e.



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