Why the food you eat affect the way you feel 4

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to improve the quality, amount, or strength of something:
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enhance
These scandals will not enhance the organization's reputation
happening or doing something often:
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regular
If you don't sort out the papers on your desk on a regular basis they just keep on accumulating.
a large bird grown for its meat on farms:
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turkey
roast turkey
If a period of time is ..., there is not enough of something, especially money or food, at that time:
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lean
It has been a particularly lean year for the education department. Lean meat
to make a choice, especially of one thing or possibility instead of others:
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opt for
Mike opted for early retirement.
connected with thinking or conscious mental processes:
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cognitive
Some of her cognitive functions have been impaired.
damaged in a way that makes something less effective:
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impaired
or hearing
She suffers from impaired vision.
to put something such as a plan or system in danger of being harmed or damaged:
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jeopardize
She knew that by failing her finals she could jeopardize her whole future.
to drop down to a lower level in the middle:
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sag
The shelf sagged under the weight of the heavy books.
a mood of sadness:
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the blues
She’s got a bad case of the blues
a fatty substance that is found in the body tissue and blood of all animals, and which is thought to be part of the cause of heart disease if there is too much of it
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cholesterol
your cholesterol level is still too high
becoming annoyed very easily:
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irritable
Be careful what you say - he's rather irritable today.
to make something more exciting or interesting:
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pep up
Add cheese and horseradish to pep up the flavor of mashed potatoes
the feeling of having little energy or of being unable or unwilling to do anything:
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lethargy
Symptoms include loss of appetite, lethargy, and vomiting.
an explosion:
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blast
Three people were injured in the blast.
being in a state between sleeping and being awake:
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drowsy
The room is so warm it's making me feel drowsy.

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