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"They bury the dead no sooner than a month later." Anita Lutsenko, who lives in Britain, listed the customs of the British that impressed her

Anita Lutsenko

Anita Lutsenko, a top nutritionist and well-known TV presenter who found temporary refuge from the war in the UK with her daughter, told us which customs of the local population seem a bit strange to her as a Ukrainian and which she would like to imitate.

In an interview with OBOZ.UA, Anita Lutsenko admitted that some of the rules of British etiquette are surprising to her, and also told what she admires about the customs of foreigners.

''They bury the dead no sooner than a month later.'' Anita Lutsenko, who lives in Britain, listed the customs of the British that impressed her

"There are also things about the British that surprised me a lot," says Anita Lutsenko. "For example, they don't wash the detergent off the dishes, they just wipe them with a towel; the dead are buried no sooner than a month after death; even if you step on someone's foot, the 'victim' will apologize to you.

The TV presenter also told us about the customs of foreigners that she admires: "Here I realized a lot of new things about the body, about the norms of body beauty that differ from ours, about the attitude towards it. In particular, the British talk a lot about menopause and are not shy about talking about cancer."

"I'm also fascinated by the life of the older generation here, who still remember the German bombing of London," adds Anita Lutsenko. "Here I met an incredible woman of 76 who still wears heels, has been fasting for 40 years and still changes boyfriends when they 'stop making her laugh. I wrote a book about her here and hope that her example will become an inspiration for our women."

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