Advertisement

This millennial loves a regular drink of Kaffea coffee

UNIVERSITY of Santo Tomas student JV Dupaya is just your typical millennial. After graduating cum laude from UST with a BS in Medical Technology in 2017, he is now taking up Doctor of Medicine. 

The study of medicine entails tremendous academic demands. But JV has plenty of time for other pursuits. Just like his peers, he is adventurous and has tried most of what life has to offer even at a young age. He has traveled here and abroad, experienced different cultures, tried new foods, and made memories that will last a lifetime.

JV (center) enjoys the company of fellow students as they while the time away during a holiday
JV said that what gives him energy is Kaffea, which he drinks regularly just before meal three times every day. Kaffea leaves him energetic, alert, and focused for work or play.

Just like other millennials, JV is tech-savvy and adaptable to the newest technology, gadgets, and apps like Snapchat, Viber, and Instagram. Because of this he is often misunderstood as inattentive but is actually just able to multitask. He can communicate with friends over social media, hold a face-to-face conversation, and even enjoy a movie or TV show all at the same time.

Just like all other Kaffea drinkers JV is helped by Kaffea’s 10 beneficial ingredients rich in antioxidants and essential minerals, which include coffee, non-dairy creamer, coconut sugar, agaricus mushroom, ganoderma, grape seed, collagen, COq10, gluthathione and L-Carnitine.

The interaction of the 10 essential ingredients produces a beneficial effect which ensures health and wellness while encouraging a healthy lifestyle. These special ingredients, especially coconut sugar, also help manage weight and prevent obesity.

Every cup of Kaffea contains 10 beneficial ingredients rich in antioxidants and essential minerals
JV has always been a hard-working student. He graduated with honors in grade school and high school. He was the Science Quiz Bee champion in 2011. He joined the Math Olympiad in 2012. He was the NCR Quiz Bee champion in 2013.

He remains a hard-working student and now benefits from a daily regimen of drinking Kaffea, the first coffee blend in the Philippines which features coconut sugar, the healthiest sweetener that helps regulate blood sugar level, promotes a healthy digestive system, and aids in weight management.

Coconut sugar helps in regulating blood sugar level and weight management because it has the lowest Glycemic Index among all types of sugar, according to a study by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute.

Coconut sugar is not just beneficial but also delicious and makes every taste of Kaffea a sweet experience to be savored. It’s the right kind of sweet to keep your senses awake and your body healthy.

MORNING BOOSTER. Medical student JV Dupaya always starts his day with a hot cup of Kaffea while going over his lessons ahead.of his classes.
JV is a typical millennial. He is adventurous, goal-oriented, confident in his abilities, collaborative, and works well with others. He is also well-educated, idealistic, independent, and motivated to succeed.

And what helps him accomplish his daily tasks and achieve his long-term goals is a regular intake of his favorite coffee drink Kaffea.

Kaffea is available at lazada.com.ph, beautymnl.com, SM Supermarket Market Street booths, SM Kultura outlets, Rustan’s, and CityMall GoLokal stores nationwide. Call (02) 477-9920 for inquiries. 

Topics: JV Dupaya , millennial , Kaffea , Food and Nutrition Research Institute
COMMENT DISCLAIMER: Reader comments posted on this Web site are not in any way endorsed by Manila Standard. Comments are views by manilastandard.net readers who exercise their right to free expression and they do not necessarily represent or reflect the position or viewpoint of manilastandard.net. While reserving this publication’s right to delete comments that are deemed offensive, indecent or inconsistent with Manila Standard editorial standards, Manila Standard may not be held liable for any false information posted by readers in this comments section.
AdvertisementGMA-Working Pillars of the House
Advertisement