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Of which of the following nutrients do infants require extra servings? A. carbohydrates B. dietary sugars C. vitamin A D. fatty acids
Infants require extra servings of FATTY ACIDS. Fatty acids are important nutrients for brain development.
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User: Of which of the following nutrients do infants require extra servings? A. carbohydrates B. dietary sugars C. vitamin A D. fatty acids

Weegy: Infants require extra servings of FATTY ACIDS.
Fatty acids are important nutrients for brain development.



User: Which governmental group is responsible for creating the food guide pyramid? A. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) B. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) C. United States Department of Education (USDE) D. Dietary Regulatory Committee (DRG)

Weegy: A. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
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User: Thomas is a marathon runner. He eats a well-balanced diet and drinks plenty of fluids, but he should take supplements to account for all the calories he loses while running. T F

Weegy: Thomas is a marathon runner. He eats a well-balanced diet and drinks plenty of fluids, but he should take supplements to account for all the calories he loses while running. This is FALSE. He should eat healthy food instead of taking supplements.
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User: The food guide pyramid recommends __________ of grains a day. A. 16 portions B. 6 cups C. 6 ounces D. 16 servings





Weegy: The food guide pyramid recommends C. 6 ounces of grains a day.
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