in Korea are Eating More Vegetables
Kim from Korea
Korea, people prefer healthy food rather than junk
food. Most married women stay at home, and they're
always interested in their family's health. They
get lots of information about health from
magazines, newspapers, and health programs on TV.
a recent TV program reported on the
healthy effects of eating vegetables,
almost everyone in Korea tried to eat
vegetables every day, and the vegetable
sections in the grocery store were always
crowded. It was the so-called "vegetable
they prepare suitable, healthy food for their
children and their husband. I learned about the
importance of eating vegetables, reading articles
about health in Korean newspapers.
a health program on TV in my country broadcast
information about the healthy effects of eating
showed the different blood density between someone
who eats vegetables everydayespecially green
and orange-colored vegetablesand someone who
doesn't eat them for one month. They showed how the
blood of people who eat vegetables every day is
getting clean; that is, getting thinner.
that program was shown, almost everyone in Korea
tried to eat vegetables everyday, and the vegetable
sections in the grocery store were always crowded
with people who wanted to buy vegetables. It was
the so-called "vegetable syndrome." People continue
to be concerned about this situation.
people continue to be to be concerned about this
situation. They are interested in their health and
are easily influenced by information about it.
was very concerned because my husband
doesn't like apples. She asked me to grind
apples and make him eat them.
months ago, I got a call from my mother-in-law. She
had watched a TV program about the effect of eating
apples; it showed that apples are good for your
health. She was very concerned because my husband
doesn't like apples. She asked me to grind apples
and make him eat them.
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