As the face of the country’s leading herbal slimming tea, Biofitea, GMA Network’s primetime queen, Marian Rivera-Dantes serves as an inspiration to millions of Filipinas here and across the seas.
After months of pregnancy, the showbiz industry and her fans have looked forward to seeing her again on her shows. The nation cannot deny the expectations as to how the FHM’s sexiest will look like after she gave birth to her cute little Letizia.
The wait is over and Marian never fails to surprise her fans when she showcased her sexier figure after pregnancy.
The noticeable slim figure during and even after pregnancy further shows how Marian Rivera-Dantes has been taking good care of her body. She was able to maintain her figure without compromising her baby’s health. Above all, she proved that staying sexy is another way of giving importance to health and oneself.
Her gorgeous looks, enviable figure and unwavering confidence truly inspire Filipinas especially mothers that they can still maintain and enjoy slimmer figure even after pregnancy. These traits made her a perfect fit as Biofitea endorser.
Biofitea embraced Marian Rivera-Dantes as brand endorser for two years now. Biofitea is the leading herbal slimming tea in the country manufactured by Diamond Laboratories Inc., one of the leading local medium sized health care companies in the Philippines. It is made from premium Senna Herb that has laxative properties, which flush out food before its unwanted calories and fats are absorbed by the body. As a result, it helps reduce weight and promote cleaner and healthier digestion. It is all natural, thus, no worries of certain side-effects. Regular consumption will help achieve ‘Tyan na Flat’ like Marian’s and gain more confidence and enjoy more what life has to offer.
Diamond Laboratories Inc. is grateful to have Marian as Biofitea endorser and be able to witness the journey from marriage to motherhood. Her charm and remarkable influence to every Filipinas is what DLI uphold and wanted to communicate to Biofitea users.
Marian Rivera-Dantes is now back in track in her weekend show Sunday Pinasaya and will have her morning weekday talk show in April. Fans will also expect her comeback on the primetime block with as ‘inang reyna’ in the much awaited remake of Encantandia.
This summer, fans and Biofitea users can expect to see series of ads and other campaign materials across different media.
For more details about Biofitea, visit www.facebook.com/Biofitea or call (02) 932 7555 loc 113.
Kapuso stars delight fans in Panagbenga Festival
Kapuso fans in Baguio were treated to a wonderful weekend as their favorite GMA stars drove to the City of Pines to add color to the Panagbenga Festival on Feb. 26 and 28.
Around 4,000 people flocked to SM City Baguio Event Center on Febr. 26 to share the love brought by the stars of afternoon drama series Wish I May.
The Kapuso Mall Show became an extended Valentine’s Day celebration as Bianca Umali and Miguel Tanfelix—known as “BiGuel”—showcased their blossoming love team amid the wild cheers of the audience. Adding excitement to the show were their co-stars Ashley Ortega and Prince Villanueva.
After witnessing the vibrant Panagbenga Grand Float Parade in the morning, Baguio residents and tourists gathered at SM City Baguio on Feb. 28 to be part of the Kapuso Fiesta.
Lead stars of GMA’s two high-rating primetime shows mesmerized the pack of almost 5,000 people. Little Nanay’s Tinay, played by Kris Bernal, and co-stars Mark Herras and Hiro Peralta entertained the crowd.
Meanwhile, Because of You leading man Gabby Concepcion had the audience swooning as Boss Yummy serenaded them. Joining Gabby were Kapuso actresses Valerie Concepcion and Joyce Ching.
The Panagbenga or Baguio Flower Festival is the biggest fiesta celebration in the Philippine Summer Capital. GMA Network never fails to take part of this annual festivity as part of its thrust of bringing fans closer to their favorite Kapuso stars and programs.
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