VIP Class Notes (Ally)[R]
take-away: å¸¦èµ°çä¿¡æ¯/most important things to consider after the ppt
resolution: things you really want to get done
intermittent: adj ææç»ç»
ie. I have an unnatural craving for cheesecake now.
defeats the purpose: çç¾
trade-offï¼exchange something at the cost something else
I advise(v) you to study with a tutor.
It is my advise(n) that you study with a tutor.
ing vs ed
I’m interested in the boy who is very interesting.
This time of year many of usÂ resolveÂ to get back into shape. But if you are having trouble fitting into your tight jeans, it may not be your fault. Scientists now believe thatÂ willpowerÂ alone is not enough lose weight. They say success depends on yourÂ genes,Â hormonesÂ andÂ psychology.
A study of 75 people by BBC Science and Oxford and Cambridge Universities has looked into whyÂ one-size-fits-all dietsÂ are often not successful. The scientists divided over-eaters into three groups â people whoÂ feast, people who constantlyÂ craveÂ food andÂ emotionalÂ eaters. TheyÂ tailoredÂ diets to the needs of each group.
Feasters can’t stop eating once they start. This is because they don’t have the hormones that tell them when they are full. Scientists designed a diet for this group featuring highÂ proteinÂ foods that make them feel full for a long time. This included fish, chicken, basmati rice and grains. Bread and potatoes were not allowed because they do not fill you up for long.
Constant cravers always feel hungry. Scientists say that certain genesÂ disruptÂ the messages the stomach sends to the brain saying it is full,Â meaning the cravers always feel like they need more fatty, sugary food.Â DietingÂ seven days a week is very hard for these people, so scientists put them on a normal, healthy diet five days a week, and cut theirÂ calorie intakeÂ to 800 on two days a week.
Emotional eaters have got into theÂ habitÂ of eating whenever they feel stressed. To help them change thisÂ behaviour, scientists offered them group support in meetings and online as well as a diet. During the study, people from all three groups lost weight on the tailored diets, with feasters losing the most and constant cravers losing the least.
So what about you? If any of the eating habits sound familiar, perhaps you should consider a new approach to slimming for 2015.
fall vs full vs fool
strike behind find
bat bet bit beet
ban ben bin bean being
ie. I have been studying at SE for 6 months.
hes his he’s
consayder -> con-si-der