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1. I didn't go to work yesterday morning because I had to wait ________ for the plumber.


2. He's trying ________ a place at Cambridge University next year


3. She tried her hand ________ cooking Chinese food, but it didn't go very well


4. You should always try a car ________ before buying it


5. She didn't try the shoes ________ before she bought them and took the wrong size



6. After work we go to the gym and work ________


7. A butler waits ________ people.


8. The company's working all its employees ________ death


9. I wrote ________ for a catalogue, but they never sent it


10. She doesn't like the idea, but if we work ________ her, she might change her mind


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  • Benefits of Kale

    Cardiovascular Support

    You can count on kale to provide valuable cardiovascular support in terms of its cholesterol lowering ability. Researchers now understand exactly how this support process works. Our liver uses cholesterol as a basic building block to product bile acids. Bile acids are specialized molecules that aid in the digestion and absorption of fat through a process called emulsification. These molecules are typically stored in fluid form in our gall bladder, and when we eat a fat containing meal, they get released into the intestine where they help ready the fat for interaction with enzymes and eventual absorption up into the body. When we eat kale, fiber related nutrients in this cruciferous vegetable bind together with some of the bile acids in the intestine in such a way that they simply stay inside the intestine and pass out of our body in a bowel movement, rather than getting absorbed along with the fat they have emulsified. When this happens, our liver needs to replace the lost bile acids by drawing upon our existing supply of cholesterol, and, as a result, our cholesterol level drops down.


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