Laguna Board Member Angelica Jones Alarva shares how to improve your quarantine menu
The quarantine has kept many people at home and has them turning to canned goods for their sustenance.
But Laguna Board Member Angelica Jones Alarva has suggested ways for people to make their meals healthier.
In a Facebook post, Alarva said those sick of sardines could add vegetables to it so that they could be healthier.
They could also mix ampalaya or tomatoes in their egg dishes, she said.
Fish would also go well with vegetables and sili, she said.
She would help the people in her district to get these healthier meals by distributing vegetables she bought from farmers, she said.
At this time, it’s vital for people to improve their health, said Alarva.
But another important thing they should not forget is to pay for everybody’s safety, she added.
Get sustenance for your body and soul!
“Kung Nauumay na po kayo sa Sardinas…
Pwede nyo pong haluan ng Gulay para maging Healthy kayo👍❤
Yung Egg haluan nyo ng Ampalaya o Egg na may Kamatis❤👍
Kung Tilapia or Isda lagyan nyo po ng gulay na may sili para sa sinangang na mainit na Sabaw.
Sa PANAHON PO NG CRISIS NGAYON…
PALAKASIN NATIN ANG IMMUNE SYSTEM Para di po tayo tamaan ng Covid19.
Kumain po tayo ng Gulay at Prutas samahan natin ng Dasal siguradong ligtas po tayo🙏
Ang inyong lingkod Boardmember Angelica Jones Alarva after ko mag distribute ng Hygiene kit ( Mask, Alcohol, Soap and Medicines) sa 3rd dist Laguna para sa Frontliners.
Dahil home quarantine po ako.. 1 week na po di ako lumalabas..di ko matiis ang ating constituents kahit home quarantine po ako..kaya naisip ko tulungan ang ating mga farmers ng 3rd dist kaysa mabulok at masira ang mga gulay dahil sa lockdown kaya bumili ako ng mga gulay at nirepak ko the whole day yesterday para maipamigay sa ating constituents🙏❤,” Alarva posted.
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