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Q: Which one of the following statements about physical activity and weight loss and maintenance is most accurate? A. Regular physical activity helps control the percentage of body fat in children and
adolescents. B. Muscle-strengthening activities help promote weight maintenance better than aerobic activities. C. The optimal amount of physical activity needed to achieve and maintain a healthy weight is the same for most people. D. People who want to lose a substantial amount of weight need only a low amount of physical activity if they don’t change their caloric intake.
A: ?A. Regular physical activity helps control the percentage of body fat in children and adolescents. This is the statement is most accurate.
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User: Which one of the following statements about physical activity and weight loss and maintenance is most accurate? A. Regular physical activity helps control the percentage of body fat in children and adolescents. B. Muscle-strengthening activities help promote weight maintenance better than aerobic activities. C. The optimal amount of physical activity needed to achieve and maintain a healthy weight is the same for most people. D. People who want to lose a substantial amount of weight need only a low amount of physical activity if they don’t change their caloric intake.

Weegy: ?A. Regular physical activity helps control the percentage of body fat in children and adolescents. This is the statement is most accurate.
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User: How much weekly exercise is needed to reduce the risks of colon and breast cancer? A. 30 minutes B. 1 hour C. 2 hours D. 3 ½ hours

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