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Many packaged foods consumed in one sitting are often listed as multiple servings on the labeling. How does consuming multiple servings of a product affect the nutritional values listed on the label?
Weegy: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) require labels on almost all packaged foods that include nutrition information in readable type. [ The information usually appears on the back or side of packaging under the title "Nutrition Facts." It's also displayed in grocery stores near fresh foods, like fruits, vegetables, and fish. The nutrition facts label includes: a column of information — "% Daily Value" — that shows what portion of the amount of daily recommended nutrients the product provides, based on a 2,000-calorie diet information about total fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, fiber, and other nutrients serving size. ] User: Imagine you have to create a well balanced meal for yourself and three friends. How can you make sure that the food you serve them will not contain foodborne illnesses? (More)
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Explain why the myth that eating late at night causes weight gain is so popular and the steps a person can take to eat responsibly late at night.
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Which of the following terms is NOT used to refer to white blood cells? A. T Cell B. Phagocyte C. Platelet D. B Cell
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Physical barriers that help prevent an individual from contracting diseases include __________. A. white blood cells, enzymes, tears, and skin B. sweat, stomach acid, skin, and enzymes C. sweat, tears, skin, and mucus membranes D. enzymes, mucus membranes, stomach acid, and tears
Weegy: A. white blood cells, enzymes, tears, and skin User: Sanitation is a way that both individuals and communities can help prevent the spread of communicable diseases true or false? User: Which statement correctly describes the inflammatory response process? A. blood vessels dilate, swelling occurs, phagocytes ingest foreign bacteria or viruses B. phagocytes enter the area, swelling occurs, enzymes are released to ingest foreign bacteria and viruses C. acids are released, enzymes are released, phagocytes enter the area and ingest foreign bacteria and viruses D. cells are destroyed and bacteria or viruses are ingested, blood vessels dilate, swelling occurs Weegy: C. acids are released, enzymes are released, phagocytes enter the area and ingest foreign bacteria and viruses correctly describes the inflammatory response process (More)
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