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When you go to the market, what can you use as a guide to learn the number of calories in foods? A. The packaging label B. The corporate dietitian C. Frozen foods always have fewer calories
than canned foods, so purchase frozen whenever possible. D. A government listing of all foods and their contents
The answer is C. The packaging label
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User: When you go to the market, what can you use as a guide to learn the number of calories in foods? A. The packaging label B. The corporate dietitian C. Frozen foods always have fewer calories than canned foods, so purchase frozen whenever possible. D. A government listing of all foods and their contents

Weegy: The answer is C. The packaging label
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User: How can you help to prevent muscle mass loss as you age? A. Lift weights twice a week. B. Maintain a regular exercise program. C. You can't prevent muscle mass loss; it's inevitable as you get older. D. Cut back on the amount of calories you eat during the day.

Weegy: Answer A You can use the packaging label to establish the calories in the food.
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User: How can you help to prevent muscle mass loss as you age? A. Lift weights twice a week. B. Maintain a regular exercise program. C. You can't prevent muscle mass loss; it's inevitable as you get older. D. Cut back on the amount of calories you eat during the day.

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