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  • Chenoa Steiner 2 years ago

    Wow, this is great. very informative because of you being from another
    country. It definitely tells us what we need to work on in the U.S

  • Evelyn M. 2 years ago

    wow her accent is the most beautiful foreign accent I’ve ever heard

  • Coline Edwards 2 years ago

    Love your videos and great tips and advice

  • maya nazira 2 years ago

    Activia??? Come on, whatever is produced by Danone is crap. 

  • Dannielle Kp 2 years ago

    A punnet of raspberries or blueberries in a regular supermarket in
    Melbourne is on average $7-9 :(

  • katoucha007 2 years ago

    I dont know why i didnt discovered a long time ago!!! I just love your
    style. Thanks for these good tips

  • Ikranog Najma 2 years ago

    I were eating nutella while watching. 

  • Daneen Covino-Rogers 2 years ago

    I’d be a picky eater too if I came from the land of healthy eating to the
    US of manufactured processed fake crap A.

  • MyCybertaBeauty 2 years ago

    Cereal is processed, and Activia isn’t the healthiest yogurt either. 

  • Alice Eriksson 2 years ago

    Does anyone know a website that sells the seaweed snack cause i live in
    sweden and i have no idea on where to buy it!

  • Marlon D'hoore 2 years ago

    U find mayonaise grose but eat a pack of seawheat a day ..

  • ojpimpson1 2 years ago

    Lmfaoooo I love how you say V8 is terrible 

  • Faith hope 2 years ago

    Inspiring video. Absolutely beautiful Evelina! You are the model of
    beauty and health. Congratulations. Thank you for this. I am absolutely
    overwhelmed by all the info on how to become healthier, but I don’t lose
    hope, and I pray I can start with at least one meal a day. I too am from a
    country where what we eat is fresh each day, so I can relate to that very
    well. I did not eat anything processed until my family moved here when I
    was very young. Now I have all these bad habits that I am trying to undo
    especially the addiction to fast foods and junk food. My poor mother was
    not educated, so she had no idea how the nutrition in our lives had
    changed. It’s okay. The important thing is that we do live in America
    where there are so many options for healthy choices now and there is so
    much more awareness of what we are putting in our mouths. It’s just a
    matter of making the switch back to whole foods little by little. God
    bless you. 

  • beans 2 years ago

    Do you eat meat?

  • Shalilah Russell 2 years ago

    Thank you. I have to get back to eating healthy. I’m eating everything I
    haven’t been eating, sweets, potato chips etc. I just have to rethink and
    go back to the right kind of foods.

  • Sorina Elena 2 years ago

    Moldoveanca adevarata! Mananci ca acasa :)

  • Simone Wade 2 years ago

    “If you are remotely educated”. Sheesh!

  • DeathAngleZoe 2 years ago

    You are so kind and helpful! This was awesome! Thank you so much :D

  • Lollypopkilljoy 2 years ago

    really love how you can talk about healthy foods without sounding
    pretentious like other people, really life your tips :)

  • Rose Houchin 2 years ago

    I love her accent! One time someone came to our church and reenacted a
    story of someone who was a strong Christian believer who was from Moldova
    and it was really cool.

  • Petrified Bubble 2 years ago

    Thank you! :D

  • allcatsaregrey 2 years ago

    Crispy seaweed really tasty but I’m not so sure they are any better for you
    than baked crisps! I eat a few and feel like my mouth is full of oil. At
    least the various ones i’ve tried anyway!

  • Violet Henning 2 years ago
  • Feline0o91 2 years ago

    I’m really surprised by the things you said: don’t you have fresh food in
    any regular market in America?? I’m italian and here is normal to buy fresh
    food! There are just a few times in wich we buy other stuff! I’m glad that
    you resisted and continued to eat healthly 🙂
    Oh, and I love tomato juice too!!

  • Camilla Brooks 2 years ago

    You used the wrong end of the spring onion…

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