This Month, Eat Wide Awake with SaladStop!
Toss up your hands because September is Salad Month!
With healthy living and wellness on the top of our to-do lists—or at least, hope-to-do lists—SaladStop!’s “Eat Wide Awake” campaign comes as timely as ever. Get inspired to get healthy with Saladstop!’s Eat Wide Awake movers, five fit and strong individuals who are known advocates of the healthy lifestyle. With actress Coleen Garcia, host Raymond Gutierrez, host and marathon enthusiast Kim Atienza, volleyball player Michele Gumabao and celebrity trainer Coach Arnold Aninion, SaladStop! is out to reinforce the value of conscious eating and keeping a well-balanced lifestyle.
Today, SaladStop! kicks off the “Eat Wide Awake Movement,” a series of interactive and fitness activities at BHS Amphitheater, with a live DJ ride cycling party courtesy of Electric Studio. The following week features a different kind of workout as SaladStop! hosts an exclusive Hybrid Density Training class with celebrity trainer Coach Arnold Aninion.
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Jumpstart your healthy diet and visit any of the 10 SaladStop! branches today, where you can choose between creating your own salad or wrap or selecting one of their 10 delicious signature dishes:
This month, SaladStop! is also adding two new items to their menu: the Ting Tong salad and wrap (available starting September 3) and the Yeobo Yeobo warm grain bowl (available starting September 17.)
The Ting Tong is a fun and delicious mix of romaine lettuce, cajun shrimp, vermicelli, ripe mango, pomelo, cherry tomatoes, snow peas, shredded coconut, roasted peanuts and Thai Peanut Turmeric dressing. Image Source: Salad Stop Philippines
The Yeobo Yeobo warm grain bowl is made with baby spinach, quinoa, roasted chicken, eggs, sweet corn, alfalfa sprouts, edamame and Korean Chili vinaigrette. Image source: Salad Stop Philippines
Make wellness a habit and join the “Eat Wide Awake” movement today. Follow SaladStop! Philippines (@SaladStopPH) on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to know more about the Eat Wide Awake Movement, to join the free activities, and to work out with the Eat Wide Awake Movers this September.