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The minerals necessary for the regulation of blood and body fluids are A. calcium and phosphorous. B. sodium and potassium. C. iodine and iron. D. zinc and magnesium.
The answer is B) sodium and potassium.
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User: The minerals necessary for the regulation of blood and body fluids are A. calcium and phosphorous. B. sodium and potassium. C. iodine and iron. D. zinc and magnesium.





Weegy: The answer is B) sodium and potassium.
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User: High fiber diets can help decrease the risk of all of the following EXCEPT A. obesity. B. diverticulosis. C. heart disease. D. fibromyalgia.

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High fiber diets can help decrease the risk of Obesity, Heart disease, and Diverticulosis, but not the Fibromyalgia.
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