“I am a user,” controversial actor-turned-Mixed Martial Artist Kiko Matos admitted in an interview.
He said it is the reason why he manages to shoot for indie films 24 hours, hit the gym, and play MMA.
It is a secret that Matos will gladly reveal.
“I am a user. A user of LifeOil,” says the Filipino-Portuguese actor who became popular after his highly publicized “bigwasan” match with actor Baron Geisler last year. This match also encouraged him to go into Mixed Martial Arts.
Matos learned about Malungai LifeOil from a friend. He took the capsules while training for his debut fight in August against Billy Jack Magana Sanchez for the Universal Reality Combat Championship (URCC).
“Di siya nakapalag sa lakas ko at siya mismo nagsabi na nahirapan siya sa akin,” recalls Matos, who attributes his victory to his extensive training and LifeOil.
Malungai LifeOil is the world’s first and only product developed from pure moringa oleifera (malunggay) seeds and leaves. The potent gel capsule is all natural and is packed with vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids, and phytochemicals. Being in oil form makes it easier for the body to absorb it.
LifeOil has high levels of chlorophyll, which cleanses the organs, delivers oxygen to all the tissues, and encourages the growth of good aerobic intestinal bacteria. It is extremely alkalizing which makes the body more resistant to disease. The chlorophyll in LifeOil also helps fight heart disease, stroke, cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes, dengue fever, kidney failure, perinatal conditions and other health problems.
“Kaya ako tumatagal at malakas kasi user ako ng LifeOil. Kaya masigla at gumanda ang katawan ko,” adds Matos, who recently starred in a Cinemalaya entry with Sharon Cuneta, Ang Pamilyang Hindi Lumuluha.
Kiko admits living clean all his life.
“Sa amin ako ang nagpapakain ng alaga naming baboy at hindi ko yun ikinahihiya dahil diyan namin kinukuha ng nanay ko ang daily living allowance namin at pagpapaaral sa kapatid ko,” shares Kiko. –Robbie Pangilinan
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