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true or false. Thomas is a marathon runner. He eats a well-balanced diet and drinks plenty of fluids, but he should take supplements to account for all the calories he loses while running.
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User: true or false. Thomas is a marathon runner. He eats a well-balanced diet and drinks plenty of fluids, but he should take supplements to account for all the calories he loses while running.

Weegy: Yeah that's sounds good.Is there anything you would like to ask?
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User: TRUE OR FALSE.... Thomas is a marathon runner. He eats a well-balanced diet and drinks plenty of fluids, but he should take supplements to account for all the calories he loses while running.

Weegy: Yeah that's sounds good.Is there anything you would like to ask?
Ems67|Points 210|

User: TRUE OR FALSE...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. [ ]
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User: Nutritional needs can best be described as________ through life.

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)
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User: Referencing the product below, what is one serving size in cups? Brown rice: 20 cups of rice per container Servings per container: 40 A. 1/2 Cup B. 2 Cups C. 20 Cups D. 40 Cups

Weegy: C. 20 Cups
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User: Vitamins A, vitamin C, calcium, and __________ are required to appear on nutritional labels. A. iron B. zinc C. potassium D. phosphorus

Weegy: Vitamins A, vitamin C, calcium and IRON are required to appear on nutritional labels. As of October 2010, the only micronutrients which are required to be included on all labels are vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, and iron. [ ]
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User: TRUE OR FALSE. Foods that have 35% of a daily intake of a nutrient are classified the same as those that have 20%.

Weegy: False
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User: Acne is caused by __________. A. a strict diet B. eating at night C. hormones D. dry skin

Weegy: Acne is caused by: C. Hormones.
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User: TRUE OR FALSE. Fresh fruit can be contaminated by the water used to wash it.

Weegy: Fresh fruit can be contaminated by the water used to wash it. This is TRUE.
Expert answered|andrewpallarca|Points 27800|



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