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The number of calories you need simply to breathe, pump blood, grow hair, and be alive is called the: A. calorie budget. B. total calorie need. C. active metabolic rate. D. resting metabolic
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The number of calories you need simply to breathe, pump blood, grow hair, and be alive is called the: D. resting metabolic rate.
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User: The number of calories you need simply to breathe, pump blood, grow hair, and be alive is called the: A. calorie budget. B. total calorie need. C. active metabolic rate. D. resting metabolic rate.





Weegy: The number of calories you need simply to breathe, pump blood, grow hair, and be alive is called the C. Active metabolism rate
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The number of calories you need simply to breathe, pump blood, grow hair, and be alive is called the: D. resting metabolic rate.
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