Week 7 CheckPoint_Introductions and Conclusions Writepoint

Gov 2010 april 1 twenty express numbers higher than

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of interest is that according to the government website fitness.gov (2010, April 1) twenty [Express numbers higher than nine in digits (when not the first word in the sentence)] minutes of exercise per day can lead to stronger bone mass in women. Have you [Do not use second person in academic writing.] ever kept a diary? If so this part will be easy, keep a food diary for one week. Do not worry about the calories yet, just track everything that goes in your [Do not use second person in academic writing.] mouth from sun up to sun down for one week. On the seventh day review what you [Do not use second person in academic writing.] have taken into your [Do not use second person in academic writing.] body and really [Clearer writing suggestion--"real" or "really" means "existing in actuality"--it adds little to the meaning (and using it to mean "big," "very," or "genuine"
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Eating Healthy 5 is slang); replace it with a more expressive word] think about what you [Do not use second person in academic writing.] consumed. Was that sixteen [Express numbers higher than nine in digits (when not the first word in the sentence)] ounce porterhouse steak with a loaded baked potato and vegetable medley really worth it? Now [Clearer writing suggestion--"Now" is a tricky concept. If the sentence is in the past tense, it probably should be rendered as "then." If not, and unless you are making a philosophical statement (Now is the time to improve myself) or mean "as of the present time" (the business is now known as Ajax Corporation), consider removing "now"--because this is being read after the time you wrote it, your "now" is in the past] onto the second part, add up just one days worth of calories. You [Do not use second person in academic writing.] can pick your [Do not use second person in academic writing.] method there are several calorie websites that you [Do not use second person in academic writing.] can reference. My guess is that you [Do not use second person in academic writing.] probably range anywhere from eighteen [Express numbers higher than nine in digits (when not the first word in the sentence)] hundred to three thousand calories for that one day. According to the United States Government website nutrition.gov (2010, April 1), depending on your [Do not use second person in academic writing.] height and weight and healthy caloric intake may range from twelve [Express numbers higher than nine in digits (when not the first word in the sentence)] hundred to twenty [Express numbers higher than nine in digits (when not the first word in the sentence)] five hundred. Ever heard of portion control? A very simple method of easily reducing your [Do not use second person in academic writing.] intake is to never eat anything over the size of your [Do
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Eating Healthy 6 not use second person in academic writing.] fist. To make a meal, you [Do not use second person in academic writing.] just give yourself a fist size portion of one to four items. Now let us [Use "we," "us," or "our" to mean yourself and coauthors, not general humanity (or yourself and the reader)] think about think about this for minute. When is the last you [Place
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