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Hola, me llamo Raul y tengo quince años. Vivo en Inglaterra, en el noreste de Londres. Para llevar una vida sana se debe hacer ejercicio a menudo. Se debe comer al menos cinco porciones de fruta y verduras cada día. También se debe beber casi dos litros del agua al día. Sin embargo, no se debe comer muchos bombones. Finalmente, se debe dormir bien al menos ocho horas cada día. No llevo una vida sana porque puedo comer mucha comida basura a diario. Nunca como fruta o verduras y rara vez hago ejercicio. Por la mañana como cereales con leche y zumo de manzana porque no me gusta el zumo de naranja. En el instituto, a la hora de comer, como un bocadillo de jamón y queso con agua mineral. Para la cena, mi familia y yo comemos en McDonald’s. Que consta de unas patatas fritas, unas hamburguesas y unas coca-colas. Nunca hago ejercicio pero en martes hago educación física en el instituto. No soy una persona muy saludable. El viernes pasado, me desperté a las nueve y media. Para el desayuno comí tostadas, huevos y beicon. Bebí agua mineral. El beicon no es muy sano pero el agua es muy sana. Después, a la hora de comer comí pasta de tomate con albóndigas. Bebí un refresco y de postre comí yogur. Para la cena, comí un plato grande de arroz con pollo porque tenía mucha hambre. No hice ejercicio porque estaba muy cansada. Cuando tenía trece años comía una ensalada con mi cena todos los días. Bebía agua mineral todos los días también e hice más ejercicio. Ahora como muchos dulces aunque me engordan, bebo coca-cola aunque tiene mucha cafeína y mucho azúcar. También veo mucha tele. Me gustaría ir al polideportivo todos los días y voy a beber más agua y menos cafeína. Voy a comer más verduras y menos dulces porque me engordan. Si pudiera hacerlo sería…...

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