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    #1

    Usage of "It" and "Gerund".

    Are the following sentences correct and same according to English grammatical rules and meaning?

    1. It is not good to eat in excess for your health.
    or
    2. Eating in excess is not good for your health.

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    #2

    Re: Usage of "It" and "Gerund".

    Only #2 is correct. #1 would be OK if you changed the word order to "It is not good for your health to eat in excess".

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