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What is one of the most important rules to remember about healthy eating? A. Eat only low-fat, low-salt foods while training. B. Eat a variety of foods, with moderation in everything. C. Eat 10
or more servings of fruit or vegetables daily. D. Eliminate snack foods and chocolate.
B. Eat a variety of foods, with moderation in everything
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User: What is one of the most important rules to remember about healthy eating? A. Eat only low-fat, low-salt foods while training. B. Eat a variety of foods, with moderation in everything. C. Eat 10 or more servings of fruit or vegetables daily. D. Eliminate snack foods and chocolate.

Weegy: B. Eat a variety of foods, with moderation in everything
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User: Should fitness professionals recommend the total elimination of fat from the diet? A. Yes, because the modern diet is too high in fats. B. No, but it's recommended that fat intake be limited to 30 percent of daily total calories. C. Yes, because all fats can lead to various diseases. D. No, as long as fats are unsaturated, the amount doesn't need to be monitored.

Weegy: B. No, but it's recommended that fat intake be limited to 30 percent of daily total calories.
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User: When a client wants to include whole-grain foods in his or her daily intake, a fitness professional could suggest A. low-fat dairy products. B. fresh or frozen vegetables. C. brown rice, oatmeal, and barley. D. fresh fruit and fruit juice.

Weegy: C. brown rice, oatmeal, and barley.
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