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Eating healthy foods helps in managing stress because A. a calming effect is usually produced. B. it is comforting and can distract one from problems. C. energy is produced and some nutrients are needed during stressful times. D. it can intensify the digestive system
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Eating healthy foods helps in managing stress because: Energy is produced and some nutrients are needed during stressful times.


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