1. Keep up the good work! 2. That was a nice try. (say this after someone made a good effort but failed) 3. That's a real improvement. 4. You're on the right track. 5. You've almost got it. 6. You're doing great. 7. Don't give up! / Hang in there! (when someone is currently having difficulties) 8. You can do it! 9. Give it your best shot. (best shot = best try, best effort) 10. Nice job! / You did great! (after the person has done something good)
Beta carotene consumption has been shown to have an inverse association with the development of colon cancer in the Japanese population. High fiber intakes from fruits and vegetables are associated with a lowered risk of colorectal cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, some studies have shown that people who have diets rich in tomatoes may have a lower risk of certain types of cancer, especially cancers of the prostate, lung, and stomach. Further human based research is needed to find out what role lycopene might play in the prevention or treatment of cancer.