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Water in the human body helps transport waste products in and out of cells.(Points : 2) True False
Water helps with a lot of bodily functions including but not limited to removing waste products from cells. The answer is True.
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User: Water in the human body helps transport waste products in and out of cells.(Points : 2) True False

Weegy: Water helps with a lot of bodily functions including but not limited to removing waste products from cells. The answer is True.
Expert answered|amber5885|Points 151|

User: If a manufacturer uses all parts of a grain including the bran, germ, and endosperm in their product, they may use the following claim:(Points : 4) whole fiber. whole grain. whole wheat. wheat germ.

Weegy: If they use the entire grain then they may label their product as "Whole Grain"
Expert answered|amber5885|Points 151|

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