Why the food you eat affect the way you feel 2

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to cause something or someone to be accepted in or familiar with a place, position, etc.
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establish
After three months we were well established in/at our new house/new jobs.
to connect someone or something in your mind with someone or something else:
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associate
Most people associate this brand with good quality.
to reduce or remove the effect of something unwanted by producing an opposite effect:
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counteract
Drinking a lot of water counteracts the dehydrating effects of hot weather.
to improve the quality, amount, or strength of something:
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enhance
These scandals will not enhance the organization's reputation.
to remove problems or find solutions:
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iron out
We're still trying to iron out some problems with the computer system.
extreme tiredness:
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fatigue
She was suffering from fatigue.
to eat a lot or too much:
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pig out
We pigged out on all the delicious cakes and pastries.
to buy a large quantity of something:
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stock up on
During the emergency, people stocked up on essential items.
a plant whose yellowish-brown grain is used for making flour, or the grain itself:
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wheat
Wheat is a staple crop for millions of people across the world.
a main product or part of something:
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staple
basic foods
Shortages mean that even staples like bread are difficult to find.
the dry outer covering of some seeds
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husk
corn husks
the outer covering of grain that is separated when making white flour. ___ is added to other foods because it contains a lot of the fibre needed for a healthy body:
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bran
Both these breakfast cereals have added bran.
calm and in control of your emotions:
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composed
She looked remarkably composed throughout the funeral.
a state of not having, or not having enough, of something that is needed:
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deficiency
Pregnant women often suffer from iron deficiency.
the yellow, middle part of an egg
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yolk
I like eggs lightly cooked so that the yolk is still runny.
to do something to improve the condition of an ill or injured person, or to try to cure a disease:
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treat
Many people are treated for depression.
to (cause something or someone to) fall or move to a lower level:
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sink
Student numbers have sunk considerably this year
the act of putting more drink into someone's glass or cup:
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top-up
Your glass is nearly empty. Would you like a top-up?
not having interest or losing interest because you have experienced something too many times:
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jaded
Flying is exciting the first time you do it, but you soon become jaded.

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