Traveling and My Chewable Calcium

Recently, I found myself trying physically strenuous activities. Last year was all about traveling. I enjoyed helmet diving in Kota Kinabalu and snorkeling at Pambato Reef.

Traveling and My Chewable Calcium
Pandan Island, Puerto Princesa
Borneo Reef World, Kota KinabaluBorneo Reef World, Kota Kinabalu

One of the most challenging activities I ever had was spelunking in Sumaguing Cave. Hay, there's a lot to discover! The world offers an endless opportunities but as we age we limit ourselves to these activities. We must stay physically, emotionally and mentally fit to enjoy life.


Snorkeling at Pambato Reef
Snorkeling at Pambato Reef
Spelunking in Sumaguing Cave, SagadaSpelunking in Sumaguing Cave, Sagada
Spelunking in Sumaguing Cave, Sagada

Mantigue Island, Camiguin
Mantigue Island, Camiguin
Mantigue Island, Camiguin
White Island, Camiguin
In Camiguin, we spent the whole day island hopping, likewise in Puerto Princesa. But the truth is, I'm afraid to ride a boat because I know I can't swim and if something happens, I'll be the first to die of suffocation, drowning and fear! lol!

Ngong Ping 360, Lantau Island, Hong Kong
I need strong bones going up and down these long staircase leading to the Buddha (Ngong Ping 360, Lantau Island, Hong Kong)
Two years ago, I found out I'm a candidate for osteoporosis. The findings was so alarming that I don't want to move anymore, afraid of accidents - fall or hit my bones especially the pelvic area and knees. Osteoposis is a hard-hitting bone disease and it's currently affecting most women due to several factors. This disease starts everything feels normal, then you'll find out through bone scan that you're at risk. That's why doctors call it "silent disease". 


Our body needs the right amount of vitamins and minerals such as Calcium and Vitamin D. Moreover, we should follow proper diet and regular exercise to keep our bones and immune system strong. I tried zumba at home and included a glass of milk in my diet. It's hard but I'm trying! Then, I discover a delicious and convenient way to get a daily dose of calcium!

200+ steps to the viewing deck of Chocolate Hills
200+ steps to the viewing deck of Chocolate Hills
I'm so happy when I learned about CalChewsMost Calcium supplements I know comes in huge tablet form. Although there are some that comes in a smoother finish and easy to swallow tablets and capsules, others are just too big and really difficulty to swallow.



Happy Me on my way to Macau! Weee! 

CalChews calcium supplement is enriched with Vitamin D3 which help boosts calcium absorption and Vitamin K that works on protecting arteries from Calcium build up.

CalChews contains 500 mg of Calcium which is essential for cellular and bone mass development while Vitamin D3 plays an important role in calcium absorption in the body. The two works together in our body.


This vitamin supplement you can chew is available in two delicious flavor - Rich Chocolate and Creamy Caramel. Today I like the chocolate flavor, the next day I'll have the Creamy Caramel.

CalChews is available at all leading supermarkets and drugstore nationwide. How about you? What is your source of Calcium?


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