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The success rate of maintaining weight loss is most improved with A) continued dieting. B) increased protein. C) decreased essential fat. D) exercise. E) decreased carbohydrate
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Metabolic rate is higher when User: Metabolic rate is higher A)when you are at rest. B) during periods of growth and development like adolescence and pregnancy. C)as you get older. D)when you are at rest and as you get older. E)all of these
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A disease characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of bone tissue is A)osteogenesis. B) osteo arthritis. C) osteoporosis. D) osteomyelitis.
Weegy: C. Osteoporosis is characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of bone tissue. User: Regular aerobic activity improves the efficiency of the heart by A)thinning the blood. B) strengthening the skeletal muscles. C)decreasing the blood volume. D)increasing the amount of blood pumped with each heartbeat. E)increasing blood pressure. Weegy: D)increasing the amount of blood pumped with each heartbeat. It helps the circulatory system to function more efficiently. User: Regular physical activity has been linked to all of the following except A)lower incidence of diabetes. B)lower incidence of hypertension. C)lower incidence of breast cancer in women. D)lower life expectancies. E)improved immunity to disease. Weegy: D)lower life expectancies. Exercise increases health and leads to longer life expectancy. User: The type of lipid that is thought to increase with exercise is A)HDL. B)LDL. C)triglycerides. D)essential lipids. E)all of these Weegy: A)HDL. HDL is the body's good cholesterol. User: Flexibility refers to A)the measure of the range of motion, or the amount of movements possible, at a particular joint. B)techniques that gradually lengthen a muscle to an elongated position. C)techniques that involve the skillful use of alternating muscle contractions and static stretching in the same muscle. D)all of these Weegy: A)the measure of the range of motion, or the amount of movements possible, at a particular joint. (More)
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