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Which of the following is NOT a function of the recommended dietary allowance (RDA)? A. to prevent nutrient deficiencies B. to reduce the risk of disease C. to meet nutritional needs D. to prevent nutrient overdoses
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A calorie is another term for carbohydrate.
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Hypothermia is a condition caused by exercising in extreme heat. TRUE OF FALSE
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Hypothermia is a condition caused by exercising in extreme heat. FALSE.
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Hypothermia is a condition caused by exercising in extreme heat. This statement is FALSE.
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