According to this page, it is okay to use present progressive to describe interrupted actions:
She is studying English five days a week.
But I know for expressing habits we should use simple present:
She studies English five days a week.
Are both examples means the same? If so, then we can extend this to other examples which it feels wrong to me. In example:
I am eating my food every day.
is the same as:
I eat my food every day.
What's the difference between these 2 examples? It seems we can use present progressive over simple present for describing "time-consuming habits" like eating, studying, watching a movie and so on, right?