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Q: Which of the following is the BEST method to estimate a 1-oz. serving size of nuts? A. one bowlful B. one handful C. one rounded handful D. one thumb's worth
A: B. one handful is the BEST method to estimate a 1-oz. serving size of nuts.
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User: Which of the following is the BEST method to estimate a 1-oz. serving size of nuts? A. one bowlful B. one handful C. one rounded handful D. one thumb's worth

Weegy: B. one handful is the BEST method to estimate a 1-oz. serving size of nuts.
businesslady|Points 1133|

User: Which of the following is the BEST method to estimate a 1-oz. serving size of nuts? A. one bowlful B. one handful C. one rounded handful D. one thumb's worth

Weegy: B. one handful is the BEST method to estimate a 1-oz. serving size of nuts.
businesslady|Points 1133|

User: t is permissible to substitute fruit for vegetables or vice versa to meet the recommended nutritional guidelines true false?

User: it is permissible to substitute fruit for vegetables or vice versa to meet the recommended nutritional guidelines.

User: Which of the following statements is NOT true about snacks? A. Snacks can be a problem if you choose unhealthy foods, such as chips. B. Healthy snacks can be beneficial and can help a person maintain a good weight. C. All snacks should be avoided because they can cause a person to gain weight. D. Healthy snacks include fruit, yogurt, or granola bars.

Weegy: The answer is C. The statement "All snacks should be avoided because they can cause a person to gain weight" is NOT true about snacks. [ ]
Kaysha|Points 6617|

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)
latefisher|Points 3420|

User: Which of the following foods is NOT a nutrient-dense food? A. oatmeal B. salsa C. veggie pizza D. frosted cereal

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