Studies reveal that breakfast remains the most important meal of the day. Consuming a good amount of energy-giving foods in the morning sets the pace, mood, and quality of your activities throughout the day.
However, most Filipinos aren’t always able to hit their energy requirement for the day as a growing number skip breakfast.
Then why do so many Filipinos skip breakfast when it’s so important? Culture will tell us why.
Filipinos are used to rice and viand-based meals even for breakfast, dishes that require time on the dinner table and are far from grab-and-go. And in the market, there’s a lack of alternatives to the standard Pinoy breakfast rice meal that caters to the modern, fast-paced Filipino lifestyle.
BelVita, the first-ever breakfast biscuit in the country from Mondelez Philippines, aims to change the way Filipinos consume breakfast. In fact, the product is out to help Filipinos eat a balanced breakfast conveniently.
These breakfast biscuits are filling and nutritious, as they are made with whole grain cereals and eight important vitamins and minerals necessary to start the day right.
For energy-depleted Filipinos, belVita’s whole grain cereals include whole wheat and oat, “good” carbohydrates that help keep the body active without making it feel empty. The fiber in whole grain cereals also helps optimize digestion and gut activity, helping keep the body clean of toxic waste that needs to be rid off daily.
Meanwhile, the eight vitamins present in each belVita biscuit are vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, D, Calcium, Iron and Zinc. These make for stronger bodily functions and immune system.
BelVita is available in a four-pack box with an SRP of P30.50 and single 20g pack worth P8.25.
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