EIGHT-TIME Muay Thai World Champion Vince Soberano is 53 years old, but he fights like he is in his 20s.
The gym owner, author, TUF coach, and all-around martial arts entrepreneur is in tiptop shape after over 100 fights since his first one in 1978.
The past two years, Vince has been busy establishing his own brand of Black Tiger Muay Thai and MMA system. He also authored 50: Fit and Fighting, martial arts memoir-guide where he detailed his fitness and nutrition formula. Vince is a star in his own right, appearing as a cage fighter in Jackie Chan’s Police Story 2013 and acting as coach on The Ultimate Fighter: China.
Asked about his secret potion, Vince casually says, “Malunggay.” That’s right, the humble malunggay, a true wonder food, has kept and is keeping this fighter fighting in his 50s.
Vince has been taking Malungai LifeOil capsules for five years now. 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 that may cleanse 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 may also help fight heart disease, stroke, cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes, dengue fever, kidney failure, perinatal conditions and other health problems.
Vince is a retailer of LifeOil in China through his MMA gyms.
“I intend to attach LifeOil to MMA, so that athletes, students and fans will always relate LifeOil not just to normal people but to high-level athletes and fighters as well,” says Vince.
Fight like Vince. Get your Malungai LifeOil now at all Mercury Drug outlets and other leading drug stores nationwide. For more information, visit www.malungailifeoil.ph/ or call Manila Nature’s Link at 5317395.
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