(UNEB 2019) Interpretação de texto
Kevin Hall, a scientist at the National Institutes of Health, has found that when a person loses a substantial amount of weight, their metabolism gets out of whack and their appetite increases proportionally, causing them to eat about 100 calories more for every two pounds lost. While that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to keep weight off in the long term, it does mean that struggling to do so is by no means a reflection of willpower, motivation or work ethic.
Keving Hall says that when a person loses a lot of weight,
01) they usually manage to keep it off.
02) they feel encouraged to go on the diet.
03) they start eating more to compensate for that.
04) their metabolism starts working normally.
05) they simply give up trying a different diet. Gente, no gabarito oficial, a resposta é 5 mas eu acho que é 3. Alguém discorda?