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    maintain good health vs keep good health?

    I avoid eating too much fried chicken to (A. maintain B. keep) good health.

    I know that A is absolutely correct, but I need to make sure whether B is also correct. Thank you.

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    Re: maintain good health vs keep good health?

    Quote Originally Posted by maoyueh View Post
    I avoid eating too much fried chicken to (A. maintain B. keep) good health.

    I know that A is absolutely correct, but I need to make sure whether B is also correct. Thank you.
    In my opinion, "keep' is unnatural.

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