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Grains, seeds, nuts and root vegetables are examples of _________ carbohydrates and they take a __________ amount of time to break down, allowing one to feel full
longer. A. simple...longer B. complex...shorter C. simple...shorter D. complex...longer
B. complex...shorter
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