The Manila Adventist Medical Center and Colleges,inc. is a bible based, privately owned and operated educational institution that offers medically related courses ranging from long term academic degrees to short term certificate courses. The campus is located adjacent to its own private hospital the Manila Adventist Medical Center with in the city of Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines. Both the colleges and hospital are run by the Filipino Seventh-day Adventist Church. Since the colleges are integrated with the hospital, it does not have an independent name to refer to itself distinctively from the hospital hence it assumes the name "Manila Adventist Medical Center and Colleges".
This is a good place to walk-in if your around Buendia LRT.
For vegetarians it is still being called Manila Sanitarium the way we use to call it.
They just renovated their Cafeteria this year .Look now it is more than fine dining.
The hospital and school were renamed from Manila Sanitarium Hospital to Manila Adventist Medical Center in 2002 and from School of Medical arts to Colleges in 2007.
*all photos using my Nokia 5800 phone.
I discovered a group of chickens around the world. A mafia that unites all the chickens to contradict vegetarianism.
See their posts here and help them realize facts and reality.
It is now time to learn what Swine Flu is. After a few days of death records in the United States, Philippines was infected by this type of virus. Get informed. Get to know what really caused this to spread. Read comments here and help spread the word.
BODHI is a vegetarian health food-stop. It is the most known vegetarian food-chain which can be found almost anywhere. Bodhi offers a wide range of a much healthier alternative and they've got every version of faux meat viands you would absolutely want like Chicken Adobo, Menudo, Afritada, Paksiw, Sisig, KareKare and many more- all in vegetarian!
Here is a list of Bodhi restaurants you'll find in the Philippines:
SM North Edsa Food Court
SM Sta. Mesa Food Court
SM Megamall Food Court
SM Megamall Supermarket
SM Makati Food Court
SM Sucat Food Court
SM Southmall Food Court
SM Fairview Food Court
Click here and here to visit BODHI's websites.
Last May 21, we did a demo in front of the U.S. Embassy. Our campaign: Meat is Toxic Avoid the Flu Go Vegetarian. We were clad in yellow hazmat suits with gas masks while holding signs that read, "Eating Meat Is Toxic. Avoid the Flu. Go Veg!" together with the members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Asia-Pacific.
Factory-farmed pigs often suffer from chronic flu, and factory-farmed animals in general are invariably stressed and disease-ridden as a result of being crammed by the thousands into filthy sheds, which are breeding grounds for new strains of dangerous bacteria and viruses. Pregnant sows are confined to narrow metal stalls barely larger than their own bodies in which they are unable to turn around or even lie down comfortably. Pigs' tails are chopped off, their teeth are cut with pliers, and male pigs are castrated--all without painkillers.
Pigs and other animals on factory farms are fed a steady diet of drugs to keep them alive in these unsanitary, stressful conditions, increasing the chance that drug-resistant superbugs will develop. Hans-Gerhard Wagner, a senior officer with the U.N.'s Food and Agriculture Organization, has called the intensive industrial farming of livestock an "opportunity for emerging disease."
"We've known for some time that eating meat is linked to heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and certain types of cancer, but factory farming also threatens the health of everyone on the planet by providing a breeding ground for influenza and other diseases that could end up being the death of us," says PETA's Rochelle Regodon. "The best way to protect our health-- individually and globally-- is to go vegetarian."
For more information, please visit PETAAsiaPacific.com
PETA President Ingrid Newkirk wants you to join our team of dedicated staff working hard to make the world a better place for all animals. Lern More at: http://www.peta.org/about
Fads are a dime a dozen among red carpet regulars, but there's one Tinseltown trend that won't be fading away any time soon: being vegetarian! More and more stars are taking on a new role—as models for a compassionate, healthy, and Earth-friendly lifestyle.
We couldn't possibly pick our favorite Hollywood hottie with a heart—they're all winners to us—so we need your help to crown the Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrities. These stars' reasons for keeping animals off their plates are as diverse and inspiring as their talents. Some choose vegetarianism to improve their health, because they know that meat's not green, or to help put an end to cruelty to animals on factory farms and in slaughterhouses.Check out the list and cast your vote today.