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“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food"
Hippocrates,the father of medicine
Live to Eat....
.... Eat to Live

Food: One of the basic physiological needs, as outlined according to Maslow's theory of needs, that have to be satisfied before higher needs like social needs and esteem can be recognised.

Today, food has taken on a new image. People no longer consume foods to fufil their basic physiological needs...

Welcome to the world of Food Fads! Yes, fads that not only happen on the catwalk platform of fashion capitals like Milan, Paris and New York but on the plate and shelves around us today!

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Saturday, October 4, 2008

Glow Collagen Drink

Fancy drinking collagen that aids in maintaining healthy skin texture and elasticity???

Here's the perfect solution for you!

GLOW Collagen Drink

Collagen is the main protein of connective tissues. It is responsible for skin elasticity and its degradation leads to wrinkles that accompany aging. Glow is a collagen supplement containing the primary ingredient in maintaining healthy skin texture and elasticity.

Picture from Pere Ocean

For more enquiries, please contact:
- Singapore Office:
Tel: 6253 5888
Fax: 6259 8558
Email: enquiries@pereocean.com

- Johor Office:
Tel: (607) 861 1268
Fax: (607) 861 1715
Email: oceanomw@tm.net.my

- Selangor Office:
Tel: (603) 5634 1788
Fax: (603) 5635 1233
Email: wyninind@streamyx.com

1 comment:

April said...

I have been thinking about using a collagen supplement for my knees for some time now as I have been experiencing a lot of pain at times. Would a liquid version be more beneficial than in pill form?

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