1. I'm starving! (= I'm very hungry) 2. Let's grab a bite to eat. 3. How about eating out tonight? (eat out = eat at a restaurant) 4. I brought some snacks. 5. This soup is delicious! 6. Could I have another helping of... [potatoes]? (another helping = another portion) 7. I'll have... (use this phrase for ordering in a restaurant) 8. Could we get the check, please? 9. I'm full. (= I'm satisfied) 10. I'm stuffed. (= I ate a LOT, maybe too much!)
Although pomegranate juice contains fructose, it does not elevate the blood sugar levels as other fruit juices do. Studies have shown that there was no significant increase in the blood sugar level of diabetic patients who drank this juice daily for a period of 2 weeks.