There is a famous saying that “Health is Wealth”. I would like to describe an article that I read recently on health. Last night, when I was about to sleep, a magazine beside my bed, caught my attention. Especially, the cover page title “Eating Smart” drove me bananas to look further into it. The article highlights the importance of adequate nourishment.
It also includes the benefits of unprocessed food and fiber, which helps us to stay healthy, live longer, including boosting digestive function. The article also has its space for smart food choices, which stood as the heart of the total subject. There were many strategies added to help us eat healthy.
As per the statistics of the article, 85% of the world population are suffering from diabetes and other diseases and the mentioned diseases can be controlled by strict diet and regular exercise. Eating sugary foods can increase the risk of obesity, insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, fatty liver disease, and heart disease.
In my perception, the article is informative, and contains good content about sedentary lifestyle and well-balanced diet. It inculcates a sense of self-responsibility in everyone’s mind.
- Drove me bananas – Excited
- Adequate – Satisfactory
- Nourishment – Food necessary for growth
- Perception – Knowledge
- Inculcates – Includes
Part 3 Follow Up - Questions & Answers
1. Why do different people like to read different magazines?
As magazines are great source of information about sports, politics, education and other topics. That is the main reason, why people like to read different magazines based on their choice.
2. What kind of magazines do teenagers like to read?
Young people are mostly interested in entertainment, sports and fashion news these days. So, they like to read magazines or articles which keeps them up to date about the topics that they are interested in.
3. What's the difference between news on TV and news in magazines?
Newspapers are published daily, henceforth covers the news round the clock all over the world. Whereas magazines are published once or twice a week and focuses on limited people, so news cannot be as accurate as in newspapers.
4. Do people like to read news from the internet?
People can read and watch the news from internet such as browsing through a newspaper or watching news using youtube. However, elderly people still prefer to read newspapers early in the morning.
5. Do people still buy magazines in your country?
Of course, magazines of particular columns have huge demand in our country and such magazines sell out as hot cakes.
6. Do you think the people are healthier than those in the past?
I agree that people in the past are healthier than the people in present because, nowadays people are preferring instant foods and ignoring their health. This is not the case in olden days.