Speaking Guideline: Education PART3

Part 3

  1. How can we encourage people to eat more healthily?

candidate : The best way persons can be encouraged to stay robust is through promotion using advertisements. So, if there are few who get motivated by it, then there are others who start following too. Furthermore, we can motivate others to be well – conditioned by adopting healthy lifestyles as well.

 

  1. Do you think people enjoy their food as much as they should?

candidate : I think it depends on the approach of living of each person as well as those regions they live whether it is a metropolis or a remote town only.

 

  1. Do you think cooking is a pleasure or a chore for people who have busy lives?

candidate : I can’t speak for everybody, but I think that cooking is more of a chore than a pleasure. But it really depends on a person. Some individuals might love cooking. If it is their passion or a beloved job, then it’s good for them. And I’m not among those people. Personally, I prefer dining out.

 

  1. What could be the consequences of people’s change in diet?

candidate : There are multiple possible changes in diet that may have unintended negative outcomes. These potential implications and possible trade-offs need to be considered when planning interventions.

When making changes in eating patterns people might substitute high impact foods such as meat for lower impact processed refined products that have less nutritional quality and other environmental issues.

 

  1. Do you think your government is doing enough to improve people’s diets?

candidate : When it comes to health or nourishment issues, our administration doesn’t promote anything at all. They don’t conduct wellness related seminars and camps. On the other hand, there is no denying the fact that individuals are equally responsible for maintaining soundness.

 

  1. What can be done to make young people eat healthier food, do you think?

candidate : I believe that the youth are motivated by tendencies and enticing advertising as well. Then, if the publicity driven for the youngsters help them to select nutritious food instead of unhealthy ones, then they’ll have better eating habits. Moreover, adopting healthy eating patterns from an early age can promote favorable wellness in later life.

 

  1. How important is retaining a county’s traditional food culture, in your opinion?

candidate : Reserving a nation’s food culture in general, is important for the young people to know its history and eventually honor it. Furthermore, It also plays a role in food-related etiquette. Countries are frequently associated with certain edibles. Therefore, sensitivity to food rules and customs is important in building and strengthening cross-cultural relationships.

 

  1. Do you believe that people in your country learn enough about healthy eating at school?

candidate : No, I don’t think so. For the reason that only a few schools have nutritionists who are responsible for selecting more nutritious food and teaching children about good or proper eating habits.

 

  1. How healthy is your country’s food?

candidate : In my point of view, It is the choice of the people whether to eat nutritious or unhealthy food. In my nation, there are many selection of healtful food especially vegetables and fruits. However, I don’t think that individuals eat much healthy edibles nowadays because of the presence of fast food and processed foods. Also, numerous dishes in my country is usually greasy and salty which I think are not quite wholesome.

 

  1. Why do you think different cultures have different table manners?

candidate : Mealtime etiquettes are different among the diversified cultures of the world. To me, it appears that the table cultures are diverse in regions for several reasons. The first and important thing is that geographical locations have profound impacts on decorum. The majority of the Asian people prefer taking foods using their fingers while the Europeans prefer forks, spoons and knives. It is done based on the types of food.