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Sunday, June 26, 2016

Insta Scoop: Solenn Heussaff and Nadine Tengco Respond to Malicious Comments on Photo of Cleansing Drink

Image courtesy of Instagram: solennheussaff

Image courtesy of Instagram: nadinetengco

18 comments:

  1. There are people who just spout off their assumptions. And then they get mad when their ignorance is pointed out.

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    1. Makakarating ito ke ATCHENG BENNY!

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  2. Landi mo solenn. Kasal ka pa naman

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  3. Regardless of anything, nirespeto din sana ni solenn si ervic.

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  4. Defend pa more, solenn. Huli ka na sa akto

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  5. Eh kasi parang cocaine naman talaga yung nasa ziplock dun sa first photo hahaha

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    1. Sorry teh. Pino ang cocaine. Rough pa yan.

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    2. Mukhang bread crumbs or graham cookie crumbs nga.

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    3. Ipost ba nman yan kung cocaine?!

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  6. Halata namang hindi cocaine yun ang gaspang ng texture na brownish pa

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    1. Taray alam na alam 1.33. Haha joke lang baks

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  7. Ang mahal kaya ng cocaine hahahahahh

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  8. Ano ba qualifications ni Nadine Tengco? Nutritionist ba siya? Or kumuha ng certificate somewhere? Ive read that there are no good scientific studies yet to back up claims that a juice cleanse is relevant to removing toxins from the body. Medyo vague pa ung claims jan. Nhhype lang kase celebs are into it. Id still follow my doctors advice.

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    1. What specific toxins does it remove from your body? And how? Can someone point me to any medical literature or scientific study/research that gives evidence of the claim of these juicing diets? Please dont quote some dodgy site..or link lang na nakita nyo in FB.

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    2. They did a study here in Canada in one of the leading naturopathy and alternative college. They found out, juice cleansing is nothing but a hype. You're better off eating fruits and vegetables. And hindi kailangan yung organic. That's another hype.

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    3. In terms of the detox claims or the claims that juicing removes toxins from the body, there is a lack of scientific evidence around it. Accdg to an article in mayoclinic, our kidneys and livers are generally quite effective at filtering and eliminating most ingested toxins. Juicing can help you jump-start your healthy lifestyle choice,kase you eliminate unhealthy food choice like sugar or processed foods, pero hindi siya long term solution.healthy,balanced diet pa din. Important din to get advice from your doctor before getting into it. Doctor, not celebs claiming to be experts on the subject ok?

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    4. Celebrities are sent free products all day everyday. Dozens of juice companies send in their products for free. Why do you think they pay for the Nadine Tengco plan? Why do you think they go on my waitlist? Because I studied nutrition? Because I lived with a surgeon doctor for 22 yrs (like you I too listen to my doctor. Cant help it. I was married to one).
      Succes leaves clues. People will pay for what works again and again and again. People do not pay for concepts or ideas. They pay for results. My products deliver them.

      Please dont pretend to know what Im selling and why Im selling it unless you have tried it yourself. Your lengthy discussion about toxins completely missed the point that Im selling a beauty product. Do you really think all the celebrities buy my products to flush toxins???

      In a digital world already flooded with information, lets not add to rhe misinformation by stating opinions based on nothing but our own misguided thoughts.

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  9. Ano ba mapapala natin kay solenn. Lahat naman dineny niya. Boob job, pagsali sa showbiz, pati wedding niya.

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