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Which of the following is true about protein intake in the U.S. compared to the rest of the world? A. Compared with other countries, protein consumption in the U.S. from animal sources is about the
same B. Plant sources are the main source of protein in the U.S. C. Pork is the most commonly consumed animal protein in the U.S. D. About 70 % of the protein consumed in the United States comes from animal products
D. About 70 % of the protein consumed in the United States comes from animal products
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User: Which of the following is true about protein intake in the U.S. compared to the rest of the world? A. Compared with other countries, protein consumption in the U.S. from animal sources is about the same B. Plant sources are the main source of protein in the U.S. C. Pork is the most commonly consumed animal protein in the U.S. D. About 70 % of the protein consumed in the United States comes from animal products

Weegy: In American culture, the decade looked on perhaps most nostalgically of any decade in the past hundred years is that of the 1950s. [ [ It was thought of as a simple time, when the American public was comfortable economically, and the ?American Dream? was a reality for many people. Television shows about the decade, such as Happy Days, further drive home the point that the 1950s was an almost magical era, where everything worked out according to plan. In these types of nostalgic memories about the 1950s, rarely are McCarthyism or the Cold War or the Civil Rights battle mentioned. Yet these were very real and, in some cases, very scary events that deserve to be mentioned. Events such as these not only helped to define the 1950s, but they also helped to set up the turbulent events that occurred during the 1960s, and, as such, cannot be ignored. Read more at ] ]
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