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The body can get water from milk, juices, fruits, and vegetables. true or false.
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Which macronutrient is vital for every function of the body? A. water B. fats C. proteins D. carbohydrates
Weegy: Which macronutrient is vital for every function of the body? A. WATER. User: Eating too much __________ can cause damage to the liver. A. potassium B. sodium C. vitamin B D. magnesium Weegy: Eating too much potassium can cause damage to the liver. (More)
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What is the recommended amount of servings for milk or milk products per day? A. 4 cups B. 3 cups C. 2 cups D. 1 cup
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C. 2 cups is the recommended amount of servings for milk or milk products per day.
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What are the three keys to good health throughout the lifetime? User: The Food Guide Pyramid is a guideline created by the US Department of Agriculture to encourage Americans to make healthy choices and to eat a balanced diet. How does the Food Pyramid accomplish these goals? Do you think the Food Guide Pyramid is effective? Why or why not?
Weegy: The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) food pyramid, called MyPyramid to distinguish it from earlier versions, [ contains recommendations on diet and exercise based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2005. MyPyramid is intended to help Americans become more aware of what they eat and what their nutrient requirements are. It is designed to help people learn how to eat a healthy diet, live an active lifestyle, and maintain or gradually move in the direction of a healthy weight that will reduce the risk of weight-related diseases. Unlike earlier diet and nutrition guidance, MyPyramid can personalize dietary recommendations based on the individual’s height, weight, age, gender, activity level and weight goals. MyPyramid is designed for healthy people. It does not take into account special diets for people who have diabetes, hypertension, gluten intolerance, or other allergies, or those who have diseases such as cancer or AIDS that alter the nutrient requirements of the body. People with special conditions should follow the advice of their healthcare provider. ] (More)
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