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精選詞彙播客 Vocab Ep.063: Junk food messing with your brain and squatting is good for you 垃圾食物與你的蹲姿

通勤學英語 15Mins Today
2020-07-10
21:12
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The first article discusses how junk food messes with our brain chemistry, making us stupid and not feeling full. Thus triggering a desire for more junk food.




















The second article found that if you need to sit all day, kneeling or squatting is much healthier for people, than sitting on a chair.








 原文章討論:https://www.15mins.today/blog/ep-847-about-scientific-research-certain-junk-foods-could-be














Vocabulary and Sample Sentences:




















Undermine v.: make something weaker or less effective
Did the mistake undermine her confidence?
Would you fire someone who undermines your authority?




















Amiss adj + adv.: not as it should be
Is there something amiss with your sleep patterns?
Is there something amiss with the climate?




















Sedentary adj.: a lot of time sitting
Are you sedentary on the weekends?
Is a standing desk a great alternative to a sedentary lifestyle at work?







 













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