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Today’s theme: Big Eating



Opinion is split over the Korean government's recent move to set up guidelines against what it deems "unhealthy eating habits," primarily targeting "먹방," binge-eating shows that are available online. Supporters of the move say regulations are needed to raise awareness about mindless overeating and the consequent health risks. Others claim the move also infringes upon individual freedom of choice. We look into different aspects of big eating and even extreme eating with competitive eater/youtube stars.



The Conversationalist
with


Randy Santel

- Professional eater from St Louis, Missouri and founder and owner of FoodChallenges.com


Can you share some of the tips of how to eat a lot in a short period of time? You also posted many ‘how-to’ videos for people trying to break into the competitive eating.
One of the biggest events, Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest has even been aired on ESPN for the past eight years. Do you think competitive eating can be considered a sport?




&



Raina Huang

- Competitive eater based in local Southern California



People say it’s getting harder to make money by becoming a Youtuber as the market is getting more and more competitive. What’s it like for the eating Youtubers? How easy would you say it is to start now and get successful?
You try out food from different cultures and even took a trip to Spain to explore the food there. Is this an aspect do you think that differentiate your channel from others?



Media Monster


Next week: Space Force

Today’s theme: Big Eating



Opinion is split over the Korean government's recent move to set up guidelines against what it deems "unhealthy eating habits," primarily targeting "먹방," binge-eating shows that are available online. Supporters of the move say regulations are needed to raise awareness about mindless overeating and the consequent health risks. Others claim the move also infringes upon individual freedom of choice. We look into different aspects of big eating and even extreme eating with competitive eater/youtube stars.



The Conversationalist
with


Randy Santel

- Professional eater from St Louis, Missouri and founder and owner of FoodChallenges.com


Can you share some of the tips of how to eat a lot in a short period of time? You also posted many ‘how-to’ videos for people trying to break into the competitive eating.
One of the biggest events, Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest has even been aired on ESPN for the past eight years. Do you think competitive eating can be considered a sport?




&



Raina Huang

- Competitive eater based in local Southern California



People say it’s getting harder to make money by becoming a Youtuber as the market is getting more and more competitive. What’s it like for the eating Youtubers? How easy would you say it is to start now and get successful?
You try out food from different cultures and even took a trip to Spain to explore the food there. Is this an aspect do you think that differentiate your channel from others?



Media Monster


Next week: Space Force

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