1. Good luck! 2. Better luck next time. (say this after someone fails, and you hope they do better next time) 3. Just my luck! (this is a sarcastic phrase meaning that something UNLUCKY happened) 4. Lucky you! 5. That was a stroke of luck. (= a sudden event of good luck) 6. Some people have all the luck. (say this when someone else is constantly lucky, and you feel like you're not lucky) 7. As luck would have it... (= by chance) 8. He's down on his luck. (= he's having a long period of bad luck or difficulty) 9. No such luck. (= something good that could have happened, didn't happen) 10. What rotten luck!
Corn is high in dietary fiber which comprises of both soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber helps in blocking cholesterol absorption by turning into a gel like consistency whereas insoluble fiber prevents constipation and intestinal problems by promoting soft and bulky stool that can move easily through the intestines, thus reducing the chances of Irritable Bowel Syndrome and diarrhea. orThus, it aids in preventing digestive problems like constipation and hemorrhoids as well as colon cancer. Though corn contains both types of fiber, it has a higher content of insoluble fiber.