October 13, 2015

Anion Napkin and Women’s Health

Sanitary Napkin and Women's Health

From regular check ups to healthy lifestyle change, October serves as a reminder for all women to better take care of our bodies and become aggressive about everyone’s fight against cancer. And just because you think that this most dreaded disease doesn’t run in your blood, it’s not an excuse to skip medical consultations, live healthy, and become extra picky about the products you use and feed your body. Believer it or not, latest cancer study reveals that a meager 5 to 10 percent are thought to be hereditary while the majority of risk factors are because you’re simply a woman.

Jeunesse Anion Sanitary Pad Now available at Lazada

When you’re wary about your health, a careful and deliberate look on your panty liner and sanitary napkin is a must: choose a product that’s sterilized, chemical and additive free with a strict, high sanitation standard. Just like local brand Jeunesse Anion sanitary napkins and liners, you can be assured that you’ll never run the risk of putting toxins in your body. Its high-grade cotton covers without scent, rayon, plastics, and synthetic material not only provide comfort, there’s also a peace of mind that there’s no building up of possible long-term harmful effects of chemicals from the inside of you.   Available in leading supermarkets and Mercury Drugs nationwide, Jeunesse is also available in five variants: panty liner, ultra day pad, non-wing pad, ultra night pad, and all night pad. And is there’s anything highly beneficial added in its material, that’s the unique anion strip in the pad which may help bring comfort during dysmenorrhea, eliminates bacteria, acts as a natural deodorizer, and helps to fight against vaginal irritations and infections. The good news is you can now scour your favorite variants via www.lazada.com.ph with ease and convenience, complete with door-to-door delivery as long as LBC can reach you.


As a last note about what you should eat, Philippine US registered dietitian-nutritionist Cheshire Que, RND, RN, RDN suggests adding more cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, kale, cabbage, and brussel sprouts on your diet, “These vegetables have sulfur containing indoles which deactivates the active form of estrogen related to breast cancer”, she narrates.

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