Taiwanese people eat less meat and fish, according to a recent survey, and they eat more vegetables, grains and fruits.
The survey also found that Taiwanese people are less likely to use sugar, alcohol and cigarettes compared to Westerners.
The Western Diet, which consists of Western-style food and drink, was introduced in Taiwan in the 1970s and 1980s, according a survey released on Monday by the Taiwanese Institute for Social Research and Education.
The institute said in the survey that the diet was popular among students in high school and college and in college students as well.
The diet is very popular in Taiwanese and Western countries.
The Institute of Social Research said in its report that most Taiwanese are not aware of its nutritional value and do not know how to make the diet sustainable.
The study said that Westerners and Taiwanese do not share the same values as each other and that the Western diet is a “Western concept that doesn’t fit with the Taiwanese people’s mentality.”
The institute added that it is important for the Taiwanese public to make sure that they are familiar with Western diet, especially in relation to food and the environment.