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If older adults are at risk of falling, they should do exercises that maintain or improve ________. A. flexibility B. muscle strength C. balance D. both B and C
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The key to using a pedometer to meet the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans is to _________. A. First set a time goal and then calculate how rigorous the steps need to be each day to reach your goal B. First calculate how many steps are needed each day to reach your goals C. First calculate how many steps are needed weekly and then match it to a timed goal D. First set a time goal and then calculate how many steps are needed each day to reach that goal
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What are the four basic food safety principles that work together to reduce the risk of food borne illnesses? A. Wash, Cook, Eat, Clean B. Clean, Separate, Cook, Chill C. Clean, Cook, Store, Disinfect D. None of the above
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The four basic food safety principles that work together to reduce the risk of FBI(food borne illnesses) are: CLEAN, SEPARATE, COOK AND CHILL
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Added sugars are defined as ________. A. Sugars and syrups that are healthy for the body B. Sugars and syrups that keep the body from craving processed sugars C. Sugars and syrups that are not added to foods or beverages D. Sugars and syrups that are added when foods or beverages are processed or prepared
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Not eating breakfast has been associated with _________, especially among children and adolescents. A. Increased energy B. Excess body weight C. Losing weight D. None of the above
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