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Read the text. Think of the word which best fits each gap. Write the correct word in each gap (9 – 16).
Tired All the Time
As a child I had so much energy, but after I moved away from home and started university I was tired all the time. if I went to bed early, I found it a struggle to get out of bed the next morning. I couldn’t be bothered to walk to the local market, I’d buy chips from the cafeteria or cook instant noodles. When I was really exhausted, was most days, I’d eat chocolate bars to wake myself up but I just felt worse and worse.
Eventually I went to my doctor, who told me that my diet was blame. It seems obvious now, but 19 years old I hadn’t made the connection – I had gone from mum’s home-cooked food to junk! He instructed me to cut on sugar and processed food, eat more vegetables, and exercise for 30 minutes a day. At first it seemed impossible my body was so used to sugar. But after I learned a few healthy recipes and my energy returned, I saw the truth in the old saying: you are you eat.