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Which macronutrient is vital for every function of the body? A. water B. fats C. proteins D. carbohydrates
Which macronutrient is vital for every function of the body? A. WATER.
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User: 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.
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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.
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