DZMJ Online Season 23 Episode 5 is at the Malolos City jail for a medical mission with Willie Santiago and Thenie Bautista also with Malolos Mayor Bebo g Gatchalian and Malolos City jail warden JSI CHRISTOPHER S. AO-WAT
Pinoy’s newest smart food, Gourmix
Gourmix, (from the word “gourmet” and “mix”) is a mixture of nutritious and
locally-produced cereals, grains and grits like milled rice, white corn
grits, and adlay grits. It is power-packed with malunggay powder, Soybean
Texturized Vegetable Protein (TVP), ground mungbean, and yellow ginger
Ang gourmix ay hango sa salitang “gourmet” (gor-mey) at “mix”. Isa itong
masustansyang pagkain dahil gawa ito sa cereals, grains, milled rice grits,
white corn grits at adlay grits na hinaluan ng malunggay powder, Soybean
Texturized Vegetable Protein o TVP, ground mungbean at yellow ginger
Mayaman ang produktong ito sa protina at antioxidant. Mayroon itong
53.8% carbohydrates, 22.3% crude protein, 5.62% total fat, 10.32%
moisture, at 7.96% ash. May mahalagang benepisyo sa katawan ang
gourmix dahil ang mga sangkap nito ay sagana sa essential vitamins at
Sa kasalukuyan, ginagamit ang gourmix bilang relief food tuwing may mga
kalamidad. Ito rin ang pangunahing pagkain sa mga feeding programs ng
iba’t ibang ahensya at organisasyon.
Dagdag pa dito, ang Department of Social Welfare and Development –
Feeding Program ng provincial local government unit o PLGU ng Quirino
at Isabela ay tinangkilik ang Gourmix sa feeding program para sa mga
undernourished na bata.
Para sa karagdagang impormasyon ukol sa gourmix, maaaring makipagugnayan kay Ginang Rose Mary Aquino sa numerong 0-7-8-6-2-2-0-9-6-0
o magpadala ng mensahe sa kanyang email na firstname.lastname@example.org
(rose a-qui-no at ya-hu dot com).
Para sa iba pang mga research at technology, i-like lamang ang opisyal
na Facebook page ng DA-BAR sa fb.com/DABAROfficial (f-b dot com
slash d-a bar official)
Batangas Governor meets with PhilHealth on Universal Health Care
The Philippine Health Insurance Corporation and the provincial government of Batangas met recently in Pasig City to thresh out various operational issues in the implementation of UHC at the level of local government units such as registering PhilHealth beneficiaries to a primary care provider within their jurisdiction and integrating all local health systems into a provincial-wide health system.
During the meeting, the state health insurance agency thoroughly discussed the roles and functions of the Local Health Board which is being chaired by the local chief executive; fund distribution, among others. To better respond to the UHC challenge, the Province of Batangas has apportioned P2-B for health care services this year.
In photo are PhilHealth President and CEO BGen. Ricardo C. Morales [6th from left] and Batangas Governor Hermilando Mandanas [beside Morales] together with senior PhilHealth officials and senior provincial officers of the province after the meeting in Pasig City.