Not So Needed By Adults?
By getting older, we can somehow stomach what we used to be unable to eat. Of course, not everything. However, we can some. In my case, one of them is salad. It was quietly difficult for me to eat a salad when I was a child. I can eat a green salad although still perfectly poor at eating tomatoes and eggplants.
On the other hand, we somehow get to be poor at what we used to like to eat. "Morinaga Ramune" is one of them in my case. Needless to say, I am kind of poor at "Morinaga Ramune;" nevertheless the moon doesn't forget waxing and waning, and flowers don't lose smiling. I can eat some of a bottle of "Morinaga Ramune." But I am not so active to.
"Morinaga Ramune" was first set at stores in 1973. Why do they call it so? Ramune, the word came from lemonade since its mouthfeel is very similar to lemonade's. Needless to mention, lemonade directly has nothing to do with "Morinaga Ramune."
One day, it became popular that we could get healthy by having "Morinaga Ramune" because the main stuff was grape sugar. Of course, having a lot of dextrose often gives you danger. Being well-balanced is the most important in everything.
The internal organ that wants grape sugar most is brains. Brains need it for their activities. They say that the peak of brain growth is almost the middle of teenage. I heard the young were more possible to get over than adults when damage went to a part of a brain. Then, maybe, the older we become, the more unnecessary "Morinaga Ramune" is to us.
The older we get, the more different our bodies go. No matter what doctors command, no matter what TV shows say, I believe it is right to eat what bodies want, and it is almost unnecessary to have what bodies don't need. Our bodies need dextrose, in fact, but we can get it from bananas and rice. I think it means I need green salad more than "Morinaga Ramune" at present.
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