WATERSIDE RESTOBAR: Fire Dance and Toast


Keep your man cool when TTC

Men need to be cool. It has been said time and again that a man can proved his masculinity by having children from different sources. Well, what if the man could not produce its own sperm? It has been said that a man needs to have a good quality and quantity of sperm when the couple is trying to conceive. 

A woman does not only need to take care of herself but also her partner. Men need to stay healthy and fit in order to produce healthy and good swimmer sperms. 

There are also things that men have to avoid to keep the sperm from being damaged. 

Laptops are one of the most common sperm killers nowadays. Your partner should not use the laptop on his lap for so long as it may damage the sperm. Wearing cycling or tight shorts may also damage your partner’s sperms. 

The sperms need to be cooled as they are quite sensitive. With that being said, men are also encouraged to avoid going to saunas and using hot tubs as they will not help in trying to conceive. Have your partner eat healthy foods like fruits and vegetables and eat less and less junk and processed foods. 

According to http://pregnancytips.org, zinc and omega-3 can help improve your man’s fertility, so make sure he gets this nutrition from the food he eats. Further, make sure to get rid of bad habits such as smoking and drinking alcohol as well as taking drugs. Improving your partner’s fertility is a step by step process, but if he's committed with you to starting a family, it is a small price to pay for a huge reward.

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Share the Feast, Not the Fat this Holiday Season
Filipinos celebrate the longest Christmas season in the world. Decorations are already up by September,marking the start of the season in the Philippines. Parties and reunions are everywhere every week leading up to Christmas Day and are usually extended till New Year’s Eve. And parties only mean one thing: Good food.

Everyone looks forward to this time of the year when we can splurge on a leg of ham or a jamon de bola if budgets are tight. Lechon makes an appearance in bigger families, since it is considered de rigueur for parties. 

With all these holiday delicacies, it is a real challenge to keep track of the calories you consume and stay on that diet you’ve been trying so hard to follow all year. You convince yourself that this is just a once-in-a-year event and a slice of that tasty ham or a bite of that crispy, succulent lechon skin won’t do any harm. 

Before you know it, you'll realized you’ve had too much and all that’s left is the taste of guilt plus those extra pounds.

This holiday season, Fisher Farms Inc., a world-class aquaculture food processor and the largest supplier of farm-raised milkfish in the country, lets you indulge without the guilt with its Gourmet Baked RellenongBangus. Created by celebrity chef and food expert Reggie Aspiras, this delicious creation is a healthy alternative to the fatty dishes often served during the Noche Buena.

The whole bangus is stuffed with a savory filling of fish, sweet potato, bangus belly, shrimp and other premium and special ingredients that give a holiday twist to this traditional dish. 

Juicy and flavorful but not cloying like its fried counterparts, the Gourmet Baked RellenongBangus makes any celebration merry and healthy. 

Unlike the traditional rellenongbangus, this is baked and not fried, which cuts down considerably on the fat content without sacrificing flavor. The relleno comes in three generous sizes to suit the Filipino family: 800-grams, 1.1 kilos, and 1.3 kilos. With bangus this big, you can definitely share the feast but not the fat.

As the country’s leading aquaculture processor and exporter, Fisher Farms grows its milkfish in the pristine seawaters of Pangasinan in fish cages, resulting to sweeter, more flavorful, firmer and cleaner fish. Only high-protein feeds are given to farmed fish to produce high-quality fish meat. Fisher Farms’ Gourmet Baked RellenongBangus is available in select supermarkets in Metro Manila and in select provinces around the country.

For more details about Fisher Farms, visit fisherfarms.ph. Visit its Facebook (fisherfarmsinc), Twitter(@fisherfarmsph) and Instagram (@fisherfarmsph) for updates.