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Q: Match the following. 1. used by the body to synthesize Vitamin D grain 2. fats that can increase the amount of "bad" cholesterol in the blood mesomorph 3. nutrient that Vitamins A, D, E, and K
are dependent upon for their absorption by cells fat 4. one factor that can be changed in order to lower your body fat ectomorph 5. body type that is tall and thin exercise 6. body type that is normal height and well-built endomorph 7. good source of carbohydrates and Vitamin B complex cholesterol 8. the body type that is short and overweight saturated 9. the conversion of nutrients into energy catabolism
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