MWC015 - A Healthy Lifestyle

Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get a clue. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!
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Read the text on living a healthy lifestyle.   Some words are missing from the text. Choose from the list the correct word for each gap. There are THREE extra words which you should not use.

 

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Everyone nowadays knows the benefits of   exercise – but scientists at the University of Maastricht , in the Netherlands , say the key to staying   and keeping fit is to eat less and do exercise such as walking or cycling.  People who exercise too intensively often reward themselves by spending the rest of the day in front of the TV set.  At the same time, they have to eat more to give them for the next workout. To avoid gaining , researchers suggest that going for a longer walk or riding a bike for a few hours may actually be better than  high-energy exercise.


A low-fat may be good for your waistline, but research suggests it may have negative psychological . Doctors at Sheffield University have found out that volunteers who followed a strict twenty-five percent fat diet reported feelings of depressions and bad .


Many of us already know that drinking coffee raises your blood   but according to the latest studies, it too, can make you bad-tempered. Mice that were given regular of caffeine by researchers turned out to be more aggressive than others. On the other hand, chemicals found in tea can the risk of heart and have a positive effect on levels and high blood pressure.


If you’re a chocolate fan there’s good news for you ! Recent studies have  revealed that found in chocolate  can not only put you in a good mood but also you  from a variety of minor illnesses including colds, coughs, depressions and even help reduce the risk of disease.