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People with sedentary lifestyles have completely different nutritional needs than those with athletic lifestyles. True or false.
People with sedentary lifestyles have completely different nutritional needs than those with athletic lifestyles. [ False A sedentary lifestyle is a mode of living in which a person, an adult or child, does not engage in sufficient physical activity or exercise for what is generally considered healthy living. ]
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