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Calories from foods like soda and ice cream are called A. organic. B. empty. C. hollow. D. nutrient dense.
Calories from foods like soda and ice cream are called empty calories, as they lack nutrition. The answer is C.
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User: Taking a large amount of this vitamin can be toxic because it accumulates in the liver. A. B12 B. C C. A D. B6

User: Calories from foods like soda and ice cream are called A. organic. B. empty. C. hollow. D. nutrient dense.





Weegy: Calories from foods like soda and ice cream are called empty calories, as they lack nutrition. The answer is C.
Expert answered|Mspanier08|Points 270|

User: If your body is unable to digest milk sugar, you are A. glucose resistant. B. lactose intolerant. C. lactose resistant. D. glucose intolerant

Weegy: The answer is B) lactose intolerant.
Expert answered|Mspanier08|Points 270|

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