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Q: A serving of food that has 10% to 19% of a nutrient based on a 2,000-calorie diet is considered to have __________. A. low nutritional value B. good nutritional value C. average
nutritional value D. excellent nutritional value
A: The answer is B. A serving of food that has 10% to 19% of a nutrient based on a 2,000-calorie diet is considered to have good nutritional value. Percent daily value is most useful for determining whether a food is high or low in certain nutrients. [ If a food has 5% or less of a nutrient, it is considered to be low in that nutrient. A food is considered a good source of a nutrient if the
percentage is between 10% and 19%. If the food has 20% or more of the percent daily value, it is considered high in that nutrient. ]
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User: A serving of food that has 10% to 19% of a nutrient based on a 2,000-calorie diet is considered to have __________. A. low nutritional value B. good nutritional value C. average nutritional value D. excellent nutritional value

Weegy: The answer is B. A serving of food that has 10% to 19% of a nutrient based on a 2,000-calorie diet is considered to have good nutritional value. Percent daily value is most useful for determining whether a food is high or low in certain nutrients. [ If a food has 5% or less of a nutrient, it is considered to be low in that nutrient. A food is considered a good source of a nutrient if the percentage is between 10% and 19%. If the food has 20% or more of the percent daily value, it is considered high in that nutrient. ]
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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: 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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