Sangobion Reminds Filipinos On Optimum Blood Health With “Dugo’y Pagtibayin” Music Video with Sarah Geronimo

February 08, 2021

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Sangobion Sarah Geronimo Music Video

It is in great times of uncertainties where the Filipino resilience has always triumphed. The world is made witness that even in the face of tragedies and calamities, Filipinos will endure with big smiles on their faces — and this is what inspired Multivitamins + Minerals (Sangobion IRON+) to create an anthem that would resonate to this unfailing spirit.

‘Dugo’y Pagtibayin’ by Multivitamins + Minerals (Sangobion IRON+) is a reminder to Filipinos that it is through our individual hope and strength that makes the collective power to rise amid this most trying time. Through the power of music to soothe the soul and with no less than Sarah Geronimo behind the song, this gives the melody a deeper meaning of how this nation can keep moving forward dahil sa lakas ng Dugong Pinoy.

“Sulong dugong Pinoy, pagtibayin ang dugo natin.”

Sarah is a believer of the power of music to uplift spirits, “For me, mahalaga ang music lalo na ngayon na may pinagdadaanan tayo. Music is very powerful, it’s the language of our soul... Iba yung nagagawa niyang pang-boost ng morale.”

With her soulful performance of the song, Sarah brings to life the meaning of dugong Pinoy with her every lyric that shows how a nation’s strength is fueled by Filipinos who do not get weakened nor get tired easily.

“Nung nalaman ko po na gagawa ako ng bagong kanta for Multivitamins + Minerals (Sangobion IRON+), I got excited. I know that it is going to be meaningful,” shares Sarah Geronimo.

Multivitamins + Minerals (Sangobion IRON+) put together this LSS-worthy and inspiring music video with the goal that as Filipinos start to go out of their houses more to serve their families and the nation, the more that they need to keep their blood health in check as one of the ways to keep the body healthy.

Multivitamins + Minerals (Sangobion IRON+) asks the nation, “Do you know how to maintain your blood health?”

The ‘Dugo’y Pagtibayin’ music video raises the awareness on maintaining healthy blood to help keep immunity at its peak. Multivitamins + Minerals (Sangobion IRON+) takes the action to educate more Filipinos to take charge of their health by sharing these three ways on how to maintain one’s blood health:

1. Exercise regularly. Among the many benefits of exercising, when it comes to blood health, any exercise that can get the blood pumping even as simple as walking, is already beneficial to the body. The more the body moves, the more blood will be pumped around it. Good blood circulation helps the cells of immune system to move freely so they can function efficiently.1

2. Manage your stress. Experiencing constant anxiety and stress can affect blood circulation. However, with the looming uncertainties brought upon by the current situation, it is inevitable to feel stressed – but this can be managed. Stress buster activities and behaviors like yoga, meditation, listening to music, or safely spending time with the people you care about can help you feel calmer and more in control of your life. Managing your stress better is one way to help improve your blood flow.

3. Taking Multivitamins + Minerals (Sangobion IRON+). 3 If you’re running on a hectic routine whether you’re just at home or out for work, taking Multivitamins significantly helps when the food you eat isn’t able to provide your body the nutrients and minerals it needs.

Multivitamins + Minerals (Sangobion IRON+) contains vitamins and minerals that helps to replenish iron stores and increases red blood cell levels in the body.

Recommended intake is one to two capsules daily, during or after meals, or as prescribed by your doctor.

Being proud to have a Dugong Pinoy means that you take charge of your overall health. Start by looking after your blood health to help keep your immune system at its peak. 5

Haven’t watched the newest song of Sarah Geronimo with Multivitamins + Minerals (Sangobion IRON+)? Click here to watch the “Dugo’y Pagtibayin” music video.

If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.
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