Stream lag-free with SKY Fiber’s Unli Broadband Super Speed Plans and never miss a show again

Fresh shows are the hot topic of several conversations these days with new stories and exciting adaptations being brought to life on-screen. Don’t feel left out or ‘FOMO’ (fear of missing out) by staying up to date on the digital offerings many people are talking about.

Stream them lag-free using SKY Fiber’s Unli Broadband Super Speed Plans, which all have free speed boosts until December 31. For as low as P999/month, you can get the best value 20Mbps Plan boosted up to 30Mbps until the end of the year. You may also opt for faster speeds such as the 50Mbps Plan (P1,699/month) or 100Mbps Plan (P2,299/month) which have free boosted speeds of up to 150Mbps and 200Mbps respectively within the promo period.  

With an unlimited high-speed internet subscription, you can join in the daily primetime bida craze on Kapamilya Online Live available via Facebook and YouTube. Every night, hundreds of thousands of online viewers tune in to those platforms to watch the top-trending ABS-CBN series “FPJ’s Batang Quiapo,” “The Iron Heart,” and “Dirty Linen.”

As these series fulfill audiences’ appetite for action and thrill, you can also fuel your adrenaline needs by subscribing to TapGO TV, a live TV and on-demand streaming service featuring live sports and a wide array of entertainment, available via SKY. Stream action-packed MMA with “UFC 288: Sterling vs Cejudo” on May 7, 8 a.m. or catch the best golfers in the “PGA Tour” on April 28 to May 1 for the Mexico Open tee off at Vidanta at 3:30 a.m., with replays at 2 p.m.

On the other hand, those looking for a light-hearted watch can check out the new ongoing iWantTFC original series “Teen Clash,” which revolved around a group of talented teens reaching for their rock band dreams. The series is continuously gaining traction online for its intriguing adaptation of the popular Wattpad novel of the same name. New episodes are being released every Friday at 8 p.m. on the iWantTFC app and website.

Easily catch up on the latest and hottest shows online when you’ve got a SKY Fiber Unli Broadband Plan. You can also receive free installation on May 1 until July 31 when you present one valid ID.

Subscribe online through the official website ( or SKY’s 24/7 assistant KYLA ( For more information and updates, follow SKY on Facebook (, Twitter (@myskyupdates), and Instagram (@myskyupdates).

Details provided in a recent press release.

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Enhancing quality of life: Doc Pao Bellosillo’s approach to healthcare

Dr. Juan Paolo Bellosillo, known as “Doc Pao,” is a medical doctor with a passion for understanding and empowering his patients about their health condition. His expertise in preventive medicine, natural medicine, and energy medicine has enabled him to help many people achieve better health and wellness.

Doc Pao’s educational background is impressive. He obtained his undergraduate degree in economics from Ateneo de Manila University Loyola Schools, with concentrations in natural sciences, math, law, and foreign languages. Later, while working in wellness and healthcare, he pursued his Masters at the School of Urban and Regional Planning in the University of the Philippines as a University Scholar.

Doc Pao has also experienced two near-death experiences brought about by progressed arteriosclerosis and atherosclerosis of the heart. These experiences sparked his desire to prevent mortalities due to heart attacks not only at an individual level but also on a larger scale. He pursued Natural Medicine and Energy Medicine at the IFP institute Official School of Naturopathy and Natural Sciences and graduated Magna Cum Laude. Doc Pao also went to Germany’s International Academy for Homotoxicology to augment his arsenal against acute, chronic, and degenerative diseases.

Aside from his impressive medical background, Doc Pao has also undergone training and education in sports and nutrition. He supports athletes and the general public to fuel their performance in competitive races or the race of life. He has been educated and trained under the Philippine Red Cross in the areas of life support and first aid, and he was even President of his class composed of 70 nurses and allopathic doctors.

Doc Pao’s compassion for others led him to lead a team of Coast Guard Auxiliary and First Responders in a Medical-Psychological Mission in the heart of Tacloban, Leyte, during Typhoon Yolanda-Haiyan. He has also become a resource speaker in various TV programs such as Doctor’s on TV, Rise and Shine, and Good Morning Kuya, using the television to educate and reach out to people to avoid diseases and increase their quality of life.

During the pandemic, Doc Pao was actively helping those in need. He provided medical care and nutrition to around 400 patients, including law enforcement, military personnel, and civilians. Doc Pao also took care of a family of eight with varying medical needs, helping them overcome COVID-19 without being intubated during the height of the pandemic. He utilized a multidisciplinary team of healthcare workers, implementing cellular nutrition protocols, and monitoring the patients through compact equipment, even in their homes when hospitals were full.

Doc Pao’s ultimate goal is to help the Philippines develop a more realistic COVID-19 management system with zero casualties, utilizing whole medical systems. He advocates for enhancing the quality of life and helping people avoid becoming sick in the first place. He believes in the importance of exercise, a balanced diet, and getting enough sleep, even during these challenging times. As he says, “my passion is to understand, share and empower patients about their health condition.”

To support Doc Pao’s advocacies, we can spread awareness of the importance of holistic healthcare and support efforts to enhance the quality of life, such as:

  1. Share information about Doc Pao’s approach to healthcare and his advocacies with friends and family.
  2. Promote the importance of a holistic approach to healthcare and wellness, which includes exercise, proper nutrition, and sufficient sleep.
  3. Encourage others to adopt healthy lifestyle habits to prevent illness and improve overall quality of life.
  4. Consider supporting organizations and initiatives that align with Doc Pao’s advocacies.
  5. Stay informed about the latest developments and recommendations related to COVID-19 management and prevention.

As he encourages us, “lend your talent where it can benefit more people.”

We can also visit his website,, to learn more about his approach to healthcare and how we can support his efforts.

Details and image provided in a recent press release.

How to get your battle mode on at Lazer Maxx, Greenhills

You wouldn’t know it by looking at me but beneath this food-lovin’, book-readin’ and seemingly sedentary exterior lies the heart and gumption of a warrior princess.

(I’m ignoring the snickers in the background. Hah!)

Last weekend, my fellow foodies from #WeLoveToEatPH and I were treated to a rousing game of laser tag at Lazer Maxxx in Greenhills, the first stop of our Launch Pad Crawl.

Lazer Maxx, Greenhills

Laser tag is a tag game played with guns which fire infrared beams at infrared-sensitive targets worn by players. The game involves a lot of hiding, running and chasing which, to be honest, left me huffin’ and puffin’ after the game.

Well, if there is anything this experience has demonstrated is that this warrior princess does not (yet!) have the body for battle. However, I would like to think that I do have the brains for it.

So here are some strategies I employed to survive my first game of laser tag.

One: Gear up for battle.

Expect to do a bit of physical exertion so it would be best to dress light and comfortably. I had on my Nike LunarEpic running shoes, my trusty leggings and jacket from Uniqlo, and my dri-fit Nike running shirt (a souvenir from my #RunningForFitness days). This outfit is light and comfy, and something I can easily move around and sweat in. The black leggings and jacket also add a bit camouflage against the dark surroundings.

Lazer Maxx, Greenhills

Two: Get yourself on high ground.

Obi-Wan Kenobi was right: it’s better to be on high ground. Strategically, it is easier to defend, observe and attack from an elevated position. I noticed this when I kept getting hit but I don’t see my attacker. It turns out that some of my team’s opponents (like Mico – @thechinoyfoodie – and Alex – @boyeatsworldph) have taken positions in perches above the activity area and are just picking us out one by one. So I hied myself over up there to do battle and even things out a bit. (Well, hopefully…)

Three: Be a moving target.

There’s an old adage about being a sitting duck (it will soon be a dead duck come hunting season) and it did hold true. It was a lot better to let my team’s opponents work a bit harder for their hits by always being on the move, ducking, hiding and running around.

Chef Jocen – @boodlebearph – thought he had a great spot behind some props but little did he know, I snuck up behind him and was gunning him down every few seconds or so at my leisure. It took him a while to find me out, hahaha!

At the end of the game, we foodies were exhausted but exhilarated. I was surprised to find that I actually enjoyed this physically demanding activity and I would recommend it to friends who want to have a different kind of get-together.

And wouldn’t you know it: my team (Pink – together with Jen – @sandundermyfeet – and Bunny – @alwaysthefunnygirl) placed second among the players, with myself (Diggle)racking up one of the highest percentage of accuracy in hits (although, to be honest, that may be when I was just shooting at Chef Jocen behind his back, hahahaha!).

Not bad, eh? (Thanks to Glenn – @jogpen – for sharing this scoreboard pic!)

Lazer Maxx, Greenhills

With Lazer Maxx’ specially designed laser tag arena and newly renovated function room where we recovered from our “battle” and bantered with each other, the experience grew from a simple game into a fun bonding experience.

Imagine spending a similar Saturday with your own barkada.

Many thanks to Lazer Maxx and #WeLoveToEatPH for this extraordinary experience!

Lazer Maxx, Greenhills

Lazer Maxx, Greenhills

This Lazer Maxx branch is located at the Roofdeck, Greenlanes, Greenhills Shopping Center, San Juan, open Mondays to Thursdays from 12nn to 9pm (at Php190/player) and Fridays to Sundays and holidays from 10am to 10pm (at Php220/player). For inquiries, call +63 2 5845958.

Another branch in Metro Manila is located at Centris Walk, Eton Centris, EDSA corner Quezon Avenue, Quezon City. For inquiries, call +63 2 4411958.

Want to celebrate your birthday at Lazer Maxx? Avail of its party packages for a maximum of 24 players which come with the exclusive use of the arena.

  • Package A (Php4,500 on weekdays| Php5,500 on weekends): 1 game, free birthday banner, email/softcopy of Lazer Maxx invitations and 24 balloons
  • Package B (Php8,500 on weekdays | Php10,500 on weekends): 2 games, free birthday banner, 24 pieces of printed invitations, email/softcopy of Lazer Maxx invitations, 24 balloons, and 1 hour free use of function room
  • Package C (Php13,500 on weekdays | Php15,500 on weekends): 3 games, free birthday banner, email/softcopy of Lazer Maxx invitations, 24 balloons, 2 hours free use of function room, and 30 pc of Bumper Ride tickets