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Meet Professor Giorgio Calabrese, a famous Italian nutritionist

Meet Professor Giorgio Calabrese, a famous Italian nutritionist

Renowned Nutritionist

1. What’s your name?

Giorgio Calabrese

2. What’s your home country?

Italy

3. What’s your job?

I’m a medical clinical nutritionist

4. What is the most ‘love-it-or-hate-it’ drink you have ever tasted?

I love water and wine

5. What’s your favorite cuisine?

Mediterranean

6. Why did you decide to be a nutritionist?

Because there’s a lot of people involved in health, and it’s very important to discuss.

7. Red or white?

Red

8. Still or sparkling water?

Still

9. Salty or sweet?

Sweet

10. Why does glass matter when we speak about drinks?

Because all kinds of drinks are good in glass!

11. Besides Belgium, what’s the last European country you visited?

The UK

12. Finish the following sentence, heaven is where the police are British, the lovers are French, the mechanics are German, the friends are Spanish, the artists are Italian and the chefs are…

Italian

13. Finish the following sentence, heaven is where the police are British, the lovers are French, the mechanics are German, the friends are Spanish, the chefs are Italian and the wine is…

Italian!

14. Can you say goodbye to us in your own language?

Vi saluto, vi auguro buona salute e vi do la possibilità di capire che se usate il vetro vivrete più a lungo.