Why the food you eat affect the way you feel 3

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to stop something, especially by using force:
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quell
(unrest)
Police in riot gear were called in to quell the disturbances
the period of time that something exists or happens:
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span
He has a short attention/concentration span.
the fact of being exact or correct:
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accuracy
We can predict changes with a surprising degree of accuracy
better or more important than most people believe:
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underrated
In my opinion, fennel is an underrated vegetable.
a doctor with special training in medical care for children
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pediatrician
a sudden excited or angry reaction to something by a lot of people:
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furore
The government's decision to raise taxes has caused a great furore.
a substance that is added to food in order to improve its taste or appearance or to keep it fresh and stop it from decaying:
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additive
This margarine is full of additives - just look at the label
a person whose job is to regularly see people who have committed crimes and who are on probation, and to help them to avoid committing crimes again
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probation officer
a probation officer testified in court.
to commit a crime:
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offend
Obviously if a police officer offends it's a fairly serious matter
an illegal act; a crime:
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offence
a guess that you make or an opinion that you form based on the information that you have:
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inference
His change of mind was recent and sudden, the inference being that someone had persuaded him.
a flat area of stone or grass outside a house, where people sit and sometimes eat
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terrace
Football terraces are not free of violence
to change, especially continuously and between one level or thing and another:
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fluctuate
Her weight fluctuates wildly.
used when saying what is the largest possible amount or number:
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at (the) most
At most, the work will take a week.
something that will solve all problems:
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panacea
Technology is not a panacea for all our problems.
a large number of people or things:
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multitude
The city has a multitude of problems, from homelessness to drugs and murder.
not at all:
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by no means
It is by no means certain that we'll finish the project by June.

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