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When fasting or eating a very low calorie diet (vlcd) for prolonged periods, the body will find fuel from its energy stores. One of the last reserves the body will use is from A. glycogen stores in
the brain. B. fat stored in the liver. C. lean protein tissue. D. subcutaneous fat.
When fasting or eating a very low calorie diet (vlcd) for prolonged periods, the body will find fuel form its energy stores. One of the last reserves the body will use is from glycogen stores in the brain .
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User: When fasting or eating a very low calorie diet (vlcd) for prolonged periods, the body will find fuel from its energy stores. One of the last reserves the body will use is from A. glycogen stores in the brain. B. fat stored in the liver. C. lean protein tissue. D. subcutaneous fat.

Weegy: When fasting or eating a very low calorie diet (vlcd) for prolonged periods, the body will find fuel form its energy stores. One of the last reserves the body will use is from glycogen stores in the brain .
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