Well done all of you - you mostle got the questions right
Here are the answers
1 – the most frequent cause of daytime tiredness is lack of water.
2 – Prune juice is high in iron
3 - Honey and brown sugar are more nutritious than white sugar.
4 - Yogurt is as nutritious as milk—often more so.
5 - Pink grapefruit usually costs more than white, but it's more nutritious.
6 - Trimming the fat eliminates most of the cholesterol from
1 – true – Dehydration caused by not drinking enough – and remember when you are thirsty you are already dehydrated – causes tiredness and sleepiness.
2 – true A cup of prune juice has 3 milligrams of iron (that's 37% of the RDA for men, 17% of the RDA for premenopausal women).
3 – false - Sugar is sugar, and no form of it offers significant nutritional advantages. Brown sugar is white sugar with a little molasses for coloring. Honey is sweeter than table sugar, but any additional nutrients in it are minuscule.
4 – true - Yogurt starts out as milk, which is fermented by bacteria. It is usually thickened with nonfat milk solids. Thus yogurt has more calcium than milk (up to 450 milligrams per cup) and more B vitamins. It can definitely play a role in a
healthy diet, if you stick to the nonfat or low-fat kind.
5 – true - Ounce for ounce, pink and white grapefruits have the same number of calories and amount of vitamin C, but the pink variety has more than 40 times more beta carotene, plus some lycopene, another important carotenoid.
6 – false - All animal products contain cholesterol, which is found equally in the lean meat and the fat: about 20 to 25 milligrams per ounce. But it is still important to trim the fat from all meats and discard poultry skin, because the highly saturated fat has a worse effect on your blood cholesterol than dietary cholesterol itself.