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Use if the words "may, could. might, etc"

Bazza1234
Bazza1234
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I would advise everybody when they read so-called reports/studies on the Internet to watch for the above words .Whenever you come across the word "may" , remember to also say to yourself "or may not" afterwards . It will help you to really understand what the word "may" means - there are two sides to the "may" coin . Here is a recent example [ 'Good' Cholesterol May Be Bad for Some People] livescience.com/63145-good-...

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oldestnewest
sandybrown

Words used in English Language have problems. Negative or positive!

Read between the lines, it was implied, politically correct and many more.

At the end of the day it is me who control my body function. If things go wrong then it was me who ate unnecessary food!

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KatyB
KatyB
in reply to sandybrown

I agree Sandy, at the end of the day it's a lot to do with what you've inherited from you ancestors. Eat well and keep moving but don't get hit by a number 66 bus!

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Concerned
Concerned
in reply to KatyB

If we have a genetic flaw it shows itself early, and I don't mean in the form of surrogate markers such as cholesterol.

Most of our metabolic problems are because our body can't cope with the amount of insulin stimulated by processed food; far greater than we would ever have encountered in nature, and the high carbohydrate diet the developed world has been encouraged to eat for the last half a century just lowers our expectations of what can be achieved by changing what we eat.

The ICS - NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme information would save masses of suffering if broadcast internationally.

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