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A nutrition survey of monks (pure vegetarian) and sisters was conducted in the fall of 1975, to study the effects of high carbohydrate diet on the serum lipid levels as a part of epidemiological study on arteriosclerosis in Korea. The following results were obtained: 1. The monks consisting of 64 male and 2 female were 32.7 of age in average and the sisters were 25 female with average age of 29.3. 2. Total calory per man per day in the monks was 2089.4 Kcal, far less than that of sisters 2976.0 Kcal, and that of RDA for Korean, 2700 Kcal. 3. The percentage of consumption by food group in the monks revealed 10O% vegetable origin including 47.3% from grains and its derivatives. The ratio of animal food in the sisters was 29.8% which is higher than that of Korean average. 4. Total calory intake by nutrients were 10.5% from 51.3gm of protein, 4.3% from 19.7gm of fat and 85.2% from 415.4gm of carbohydrate in the monks. The further exaggeration of Korean diet pattern was evident in the monks, but not with the sisters who showed the pattern of citizen or western diet. 5. Calcium intake were higher than the normal Korean value and RDA in sisters as well as iron and niacin in both groups. Vitamin A and B²were much less than the RDA similar to normal Korean. Vitamin B and C were a little lower than the RDA inspite of large consumption of vegetable, requesting some manipulation in storage and cooking. 6. All of above findings might be predicted from vegetarian diet, resulting in further exaggeration of present Korean diet pattern, namely high carbohydrate, low protein and fat especially of animal origin and this study would find its significance in substantiating the data.