People & Events

We may have encountered, if not completely read them, some books about food. It may be a simple recipe book or something that deeply explains food security and more. Just like how the book, A Delicate Balance: Batanes Food, Ecology, and Community discusses about old food speaks to future food security. The book describes food in the Batanes Islands as a complicated system that remains essentially a non-cash blueprint for long-term survival. Authors Corazon S. Alvina and Marian Pastor Roces

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Everyone loves reading books, magazines, newspapers and other materials which somehow educate and entertain readers. Nothing beats the feeling of finishing a thick page-hardbound or softbound book and then keep it to your bookshelf for future reading again. It would be more exciting that once done with a book, something might have changed in your points of view. While there may be thousands of books published out there, some just stick with us and are worth sharing with the rest

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If you’re a foodie and a traveler at the same time, you shouldn’t miss visiting Japan’s so called “The Eat City” and have the experience of their best tasting ramen and other local dishes. In terms of the world’s best culinary destinations, Japan is definitely one destination that is always on the radar of every self-professed food lover. It’s the birthplace of sushi, ramen, katsudon, and many other dishes that have left lasting impressions all over the globe. But while

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Women’s power cannot be taken for granted and over the years, their contributions to the improvement of the society are worth recognition and commendation. In celebration of International Women’s Month this March, Nutramedica Inc., encourages women to speak their mind and know their rights. Be it in society or otherwise, women have excelled over the years, creating a sense of socio-equality that every female across the globe shall be proud of. This years’ theme is “Be bold for change”, a

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