September 8, 2012

Ageloc R2. The FOUNTAIN of YOUTH

Do you want to buy back 15 years of your life?

We are launching this amazing product for those who wanted to look 10-20 years younger than his/her age. Far effective than stem cells but not as expensive.

For the first time in the world, through the research of Lifegen Technologies (The institution behind Cloning), Pharmanex and Stanford University, the first natural genetic product that TARGETS AGING AT IT'S SOURCE - OUR GENES, is here. The product works by resetting genetic expression thereby making your body think young again. Because it works at it's source, there are too many benefits. It recharges and renews. (See pictures attached for the testimonials.)

Incidentally, this product is also one of the rare natural products found in the PDR now - Physicians Desk Reference. Meaning it's good even for doctors internationally. This product has been proven so effective that DISCOVERY CHANNEL will feature this product this December.

Bad news is, supply for this product will only be available next year due to inadequate production capacity for the high demand. The US launch sales was so successful that the product run out in the first 2 hours... Good news! The Philippines is given a limited 15-day only pre-launch this September10-24. And stocks are only limited.

As you know, never before has there been a product so profound and effective in naturally renewing your youth. We owe it to ourselves and to our loved ones to experience an effective 10 month detox program from all the years of abuse. It is suggested for those who are interested to get a 10 month supply (1 set or 10 bottles).

Let me know if you know someone who's interested to order or supply so I can reserve. Have a good day and keep a healthy lifestyle.

Rose Ann F. Sajol, RMT, RN
0908-8729305 / 0933-6387947

August 26, 2012

Effective Weight Loss Program: No Diet No Exercise No Rebound

We have two kinds of fat in our body, the Subcutaneous Fat and the Visceral Fat.

Subcutaneous Fat is the fat we find under the skin. It can be removed by liposuction but it will rebound.

visceral fatVisceral Fat is the fat that envelop our organs. Unfortunately, visceral fat predisposes humans to many types of serious illneses. The most serious illnesses are Diabetes and Cardio-Vascular (or Heart) Disease.

The reason for this predisposition towards these serious diseases is the fact that visceral fat releases large quantities of triglycerides and low density lipoproteins into the blood stream.This fact is so important that physicians around the world advise their patients to keep their weight low in order to have less visceral fat. 

Dieting may decrease your visceral fat but it is not the best way. Exercise can decrease visceral fat but with our busy lifestyle most of us don't have time to exercise. Exercise causes elevated aerobic metabolism, which in turn increases the production of killer molecules known as free radicals, prompting concern about enhanced damage to muscles and other tissues.

Whatever weight loss program, diet, pills and surgery you undergo in order to bring back that sexy figure you  had, as long as it won't decrease your visceral fat you won't permanently loss that stubborn fat. You're just wasting your money.

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If you want to know your visceral fat, body age and body fat percentage, I can give you a free scan using Karada scan made by Omron from Japan or FREE Consultation to weight loss.  For appointment you may call Rose Ann F. Sajol, RMT, RN 0908-8729305 / 0933-6387947 /

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December 8, 2010

David Slade Talks ‘Eclipse’, how he got the job of directing Eclipse and ‘Hard Candy’ (video)

Robert Pattinson Is 'Extraordinarily Attractive,' Admits Reese Witherspoon

"The only thing I can compare it to is when Leo was in 'Titanic,' " she told MTV News while promoting her upcoming movie "How Do You Know." "It was that kind of fervor about a person. The women lining up outside the set — it was just unbelievable — till 5 o'clock in the morning waiting to just glimpse him."

The Tennessee set of "Water for Elephants" was basically no different than what happens when the "Twilight" vamp goes anywhere. As director Francis Lawrence told us in the fall, "[E]very day there would be, like, 50 people [staked out] ... . [T]here would be people camped out in the hallways of our hotel. All day, all night long, it didn't matter. People were there to try to catch a glimpse."

Witherspoon, of course, got an up-close-and-personal glimpse of RPattz, and she was happy to report back to us: "He is extraordinarily attractive. I'm not gonna lie," she said.

"Robert is such a great guy from a great family," she explained. "That's the thing that's so funny. He's not really this bad boy; he's just a great guy and really worked hard on 'Water for Elephants.' He really worked long hours, long days. He looks totally different in the movie."


David Slade told at Sundance, Kristen Stewart stressed during Twilight Eclipse shoot: 'There were tears'

When David Slade appeared on the pop-culture dais in the wake of his breakout Sundance smash, Hard Candy, featuring a plucky would-be victim in Ellen Page, the last thing you'd expect to learn about the man was his deep conviction in the concept of romantic love.

A story that hung on the threat of sexual assault involving a minor, Hard Candy seemed like such a testament to the baser elements of the human animal that its director assumed the shape of a next-gen Neil Labute — a creator capable of balancing absolute contempt for the human species with an arid sense of humour.

It's a dicey endeavour, but one Slade pulled off with a dramatically elegant sleight of hand.

Slade reached into the same bag of tricks when he called the shots on The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, which hits DVD and Blu-ray on Saturday.

The story of a young woman named Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) who falls madly in love with a vampire stud named Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), only to be hounded by a lovesick werewolf named Jacob (Taylor Lautner), the whole Twilight Saga deals with a young woman at risk.

In this case, Stewart is at risk of losing her mortal soul. In Hard Candy, Page was at risk of losing a similar chunk of self, as well as — we suspected — her life.

"Hard Candy was definitely a different beast in some ways, because it was a contained, two-person drama, with Ellen Page raging away in a brilliant performance," says Slade.

"Eclipse was a lot broader . . . but it's still a character-based drama. That's what I really enjoyed about it," he says. "I think it's also a much more adult film than (the previous two), because the characters are becoming more mature. There's loads of fun stuff to play with, and because we treated it as a drama, the transformation (of character) takes place."

The substance was always bloody and meaty, but Slade says the pragmatics of the whole ordeal were anything but easy. He feels exhausted just thinking about the experience.

"It was a 50-day shoot, with many 16-hour days," he says.

To make things even more challenging, the cast was losing itself in its own Twilight cosmos. All actors have to surrender to their roles and inhabit their characters to some degree for the duration of production, so Slade was pleased his cast was taking the whole project seriously and sincerely.

Everyone was committed, he says.

"Kristen, in particular, was very tough on herself."

Slade says because Stewart didn't pull from her own life and her own person to play Bella Swan, she found it personally demanding to find Bella's truth.

"She would say, 'I don't know who Bella is to me.' In a lot of ways, I think she felt Bella was the antithesis to her, which presented a lot of challenges for Kristen. . . . She would beat herself up about it, because she wants to be there. She never wants to leave a scene undone.

"There were tears," says Slade.

"But you move on and you keep going. . . . Even in rehearsals with Rob (Pattinson), there was a similar spiralling that would happen."

Actors are people. They get insecure, and any human being facing the weight of expectation surrounding Twilight would have to buckle, if only a little. To offset as much of the thespian obsessing as possible, Slade says he's learned the value of preparation.

He says he rehearses his actors as much as possible, so they're comfortable with the material and their characters, and he gets to focus on the minutiae of performance without the intrusive presence of a camera.

"You're always looking to get the emotional truth from the performance," he says. And with Twilight, that emotional truth is nothing less than the blood-red heart of romantic love — which pounds away in Slade's heart, even though, at 41, he's supposed to be a member of a more cynical generation.

"I do believe in romantic love. How could you not, if you're lucky enough to find it? It seems like we live in a much more sarcastic . . . cynical culture, and I don't like to use the c-word. There's the idea out there maybe that (romantic love) isn't cool. But true love is a wonderful thing."

Slade says romantic love is the gooey hook on the Twilight narrative, but after reading Stephenie Myers' books, he also feels they address a lot more issues than mere vampires and teen romance.

"It's a love story that's dealing with the problems of the last century," he says. "And I got the best book. We had the epic battle, the action . . . the whole thing."

Slade says he's leaving at a high point in the story, and that's one of the other big lessons he's learned along the way: Preparation will save your bacon, but timing is what makes it tasty.

He'd love to share what he's doing next, Slade says, but he can't. At the very least, we can rest assured it will be interesting, well-prepared and approached with an open heart and a vampire-proof carotid.


Director David Slade Tries To Explain Why 'Eclipse' Is Best 'Twilight' Movie So Far

"I think it had the best story," he said. "And the most action."

That's all well and good, David, but we think you had a little something to do with it, too.

"You know, I did my best," he said with a chuckle. "The director of the film is always the harshest critic of the film. What you do is spend two years or a-year-and-a-half or whatever it is intensely, emotionally working on something. You watch it a thousand times. What you're doing is assembling it together, and then there's a bunch of cracks, and you're closing the gaps in those cracks. And then, what happens in the end, you go, and you start noticing those cracks again. It's the same with any film."

Yes, David clearly is his own worst critic, but he did admit the film had a lot going for it.

"I certainly do believe we had one of the best stories," he said. "'Eclipse' is the fans' favorite book, behind 'Twilight,' the first book. There's so much in terms of backstory and understanding characters. It has a very clear progression to Bella's transformation; not physically but emotionally. That's something that is important. That, along with the fact that we had so many fun backstory moments. We had a Western. We had a 16th century historical piece. We had a '30s period piece, as well as the rest of it."


November 30, 2010

Eclipse DVD Extra Features: Sneak Peek With David Slade (video)

'Eclipse' DVD Countdown: Edward And Jacob Are The No. 5 Reason

As you all know, "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" DVD is coming out this Friday at midnight finally, and we couldn't be more excited. To help get us hyped for all those extra hours we get to spend with Bella, Edward and Jacob—now in the privacy of our own homes—we've decided to post a different reason we're excited for the release every day this week. We're kicking it off with the reason we love "Eclipse" the most of all the "Twilight Saga" flicks: more Edward and Jacob.

If "Twilight" was all about introducing us to our love for Edward Cullen, and "New Moon"'s main purpose was to make us question whether we should instead be falling for Jacob Black, then "Eclipse" is here to let us know that, unlike Bella, we can have them both. And Summit Entertainment is making it easy for us by having "Edward Fast-Forward" and "Jacob Fast-Forward" features on the DVD that allow us to—you guessed it—fast-forward to our favorite Edward and Jacob scenes.

Our favorite Edward scene is definitely the sleepover. How could it not be? We could watch that make out session and the leg hitch on repeat for hours. I mean, Bella's face is kind of covered, so it makes it easier to pretend that we're the girl Edward is macking on. That meadow scene is a close second though, made all the more special by the fact that it's the first scene we were teased with so long ago.

Fortunately for all you Jacob lovers out there, Edward isn't the only one getting some quality Bella time. How could we forget that first kiss in La Push (and the intense confrontation afterward), or their last kiss up on the mountain? That's plenty to swoon over by itself. Yet, in proper werewolf fashion, Jacob is shirtless for a majority of this film, often with his fellow wolves half-naked surrounding him, which gets us swooning even more. We definitely have a soft spot for pretty boys.

I think most "Twilight" fans would agree, though, that one of the best scenes in "Eclipse" includes both Edward and Jacob, so it should make it to all of our jump-to lists. I'm of course referring to "the tent scene," also known as "the hottest night on the coldest mountain ever." That's a sexually tense moment I'm sure we're all grateful we'll have on DVD.


October 26, 2010

Eclipse Closes Its Box Office Run at $300,531,751 Domestic Market

According to Box Office Mojo, Eclipse has finally ended its run in theaters with a total of $300,531,751 in the domestic market. International sales still continue, and there are some countries where it has not even opened yet!

Eclipse was the first women-driven film to hit the elusive 300K mark since Titanic back in 1997. It’s a mark that very few films ever hit, let alone a film that is predominantly driven by female dollars.

The $300,531,751 will easily put Eclipse into the top 10 films of the year, and in all likelihood it will stay in the top five.  right now it is in fourth position behind Toy Story 3, Alice in Wonderland, and Iron Man 2. The only film that opens between now and the end of the year that is likely to overtake the Eclipse tally is the first part of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

The summer release was an interesting experiment since the other films opened at Thanksgiving time.  Eclipse certainly benefited by a summer of lackluster films that had lots of PR, but in the end didn’t live up to the hype. In short it lucked out by not having lots of competing films. Rather than see a movie that got panned, people went back and saw Eclipse again. Granted, folks tended to see it more than once anyway, but the movie choices or lack thereof this summer certainly helped.

To summarize the previous films box office totals:

Twilight: number 7 film of the year in 2008    $192,769,854

New Moon: number 4 film of the year in 2009 $296,623,634

One day release of back-to-back Twilight and New Moon: number 131 of the year $2,385,237


October 11, 2010

Behind the Scenes of Eclipse Special Effects from Tippett Studio (video)

Making Of released a video that shows the team from Tippet Studio who made the amazing Eclipse's Special effects.