As a general rule, neither adults nor teenagers are healthier just because of their age. Howver, something is certain if you are a healthy teenager, you will more likely become a healthy adult, with healthy habits.
Here are some articles to read about the issue:
Positive Teens Become Healthy Adults (Northwestern University)
Teen Brains Are Primed for Learning From Life (Science of Us)
Listening exercise to do: Do adults exercise enough? (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)
And talking about ways to keep fit, here's a hint >> Keto Diet Plan: The Complete Beginner’s Guide (FITNESSGOALS)
Watch this episode of NEW THAT'S ENGLISH for further practice on the issue (pay attention to the American English used in That's USA! documentary about the State of Connecticut):
And remember you can look up all the notes I took for this episode in my site.
Video to watch about the 10 most difficult words to pronounce in English:
On the way to SELECTIVITY >>> Fill in the gaps with the -ing form, to-infinitive or bare infinitive (base form).
ING, TO INFINITIVE, or BARE INFINITIVE?
SELECTIVITY. Solutions to the exercise in the previous post:
1. narrow-minded 2. sun-tanned 3. bad-mannered 4. well-dressed 5. fair-haired 6. clean-shaven 7. self-confident 8. hard-working
- Episode 171011 / 11 October 2017 >>> Language related to 'recycling'.