- Do you keep count of the vegetable you eat? Please tell me more about it.
- What vegetable/s is/are included in your diet?
- risk /risk/
- evidence /EV-i-duhns/
- emphasize /EM-fuh-sahyz/
- serving /SUR-ving/
- nutrient /NOO-tree-uhnt/
[noun] – the possibility of something bad happening
The risk of getting lost in this fog is high. Let’s not continue.
[noun] – anything that helps to prove that something is or is not true
The police found no evidence of a crime.
[verb] – to show that something is very important or worth giving attention to
I’d like to emphasize that learning English is important.
[noun] – an amount of one type of food that is given to one person
Try to include at least 4 servings of fresh fruit in your diet.
[noun] – any substance that plants or animals need in order to live and grow
Plants absorb essential nutrients from the soil.
However, they emphasize that a well-balanced diet can help minimize the chance of various illnesses, including cancer. The National Health Service (NHS) and other health experts recommend eating at least five servings of fruits and vegetables each day. Raw vegetables are high in fiber and minerals that help people’s stomachs stay healthy, prevent digestion problems, and reduce their risk of colon cancer. A study published in Frontiers in Nutrition shows that those who eat a lot of raw vegetables may have a lesser risk of heart disease, as cooking destroys essential nutrients like vitamin C.
- What did a recent study from universities in the UK and China reveal?
- What did the researchers conclude about the study?
- What do the National Health Service (NHS) and other health experts recommend eating?
- What can eating raw vegetables do?
- According to a study published in Frontiers in Nutrition, what does cooking do to vegetables?
- Kindly share your regular diet.
- Do you prefer eating vegetables raw or cooked? Why?
- Would you strictly eat at least five servings of fruit and vegetables every day? Please explain your answer.
- Do you agree that a person’s job and income affect the risk of a heart attack or stroke?
- After learning about this study, what aspect of your life would you change to stay healthy? (diet, amount of exercise, lifestyle, etc.)