Soal TOEFL & Pembahasan 02

Soal TOEFL & Pembahasan 02

Petunjuk Pengerjaan Written Expression

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1. What researcher found was that either having breakfast and changing normal routine of eating caused people to lose weight.

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2. Higher levels of cortisol in the morning is just part of human body’s natural rhythm.

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3. Skipping breakfast disrupted the circadian rhythms of both groups and lead to larger spikes in blood glucose levels after eating.

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4. For those who eat dinner later, their risk of obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease go through the roof.

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5. Both master clock in the brain or separate clock in every organ are human’s circadian clock.

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6. Everybody start the day differently, and those individual differences, particularly in glucose function, need to be researched more closely.

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7. There are a lot of unclear information about how much water to drink as it is likely from misinterpretations of two pieces of guidance from decades ago.

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8. In 1945 the US Food and Nutrition Board of the National Research Council advised adults to consume one millilitre of liquid for every recommended calories of food.

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9. The control of hydration is some of most sophisticated things we have develop in evolution, ever since ancestors crawled out of sea onto land.

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10. Water is the healthier option since it has no calories, while other drinks also hydrate human body, including tea and coffee.

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11. Those of us aiming for eight glasses of water per day are not doing themselves any harm.

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12. Natural thirst mechanism of older people becomes less sensitive, and older people become more prone to dehydration of younger people.

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13. Nurses and doctors in hospitals see severely dehydrated patients who have serious medical conditions or having not been able to drink for days.

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14. Circadian clock in human body is set by two outside factor namely bright light exposure and our eating schedule.

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15. The fibre and micronutrient intake, including of folate, vitamin C iron and calcium, were better in people who had breakfast regularly.

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16. Intermittent fasting, which involves fasting overnight and into the next day, is gaining ground among people looking to lose or maintain their weight or their health improvement.

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17. In 2018, Johanna Pakenham ran London Marathon, but she cannot remember most of it because she has drunk so much water during the race that she developed over-hydration.

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18. Drinking enough to avoid dehydration mild  helps support brain function and our ability to do simple tasks, such as problem-solving.

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19. Vitamin D appears to reduce levels of a biochemical that causes inflammation called interleukin-6, associating with the severe breathing difficulties seen in the disease.

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20. Although staying inside may have reduced our chances of being exposed to coronavirus, it may have had a less obvious effect on our immune systems by leaving us more vulnerable to another infections.

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21. Early experiments of Arctic explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson is some of the few recorded cases of high protein intake having extreme adverse effects.

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22. Researchers found that a decline in salt intake by 1.4g per day was likely to have contribute to a fall in blood pressure.

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23. If breakfast alone is not a guarantee of weight loss, the researchers should explain why there is a link between obesity with skipping breakfast.

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24. For muscles to grow more strong, the proteins need to rebuild in which a type of amino acid called leucine plays a particularly big part in triggering protein synthesis.

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25. Sodium, the key element found in salt, is essential for our bodies to maintain its overall fluid balance, transportation of oxygen and nutrients, and allow our nerves to pulse with electricity.

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