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Which of these increases the risk of developing cardiovascular disease? Question 20 options: High sodium intake High levels of exercise Low blood pressure Low levels of Vitamin D
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User: Which of these increases the risk of developing cardiovascular disease? Question 20 options: High sodium intake High levels of exercise Low blood pressure Low levels of Vitamin D

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User: Stress is a nondietary risk factor for ______. Question 21 options: cancer hypertension osteoporosis diabetes

Weegy: Stress is a nondietary risk factor for hypertension.
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User: During race period, an athlete who weighs 154 pounds would need between ______ and ______ g of fat daily. Question 22 options: 56, 210 60, 250 74, 278 80, 320

Weegy: During race period, an athlete who weighs 154 pounds would need between 56, and 210 g of fat daily.
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User: Which chronic condition is known as the "silent" disease? Question 23 options: Skin cancer Metabolic syndrome Osteoporosis Hypertension

Weegy: Hypertension is known as the "silent" disease.
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User: Which of the following is not a correct statements regarding insulin? Question 24 options: For glucose to enter into most types of cells, insulin must be present. Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas. Insulin production is stimulated by the intake of fat and amino acids. Lack of insulin production as a result of food intake can lead to hyperglycemia.

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The following is not a correct statements regarding insulin: Lack of insulin production as a result of food intake can lead to hyperglycemia.
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Weegy: At the start of a 100-yard dash (race), your body relies on ATP-CP reserve as its energy source. User: Which of the following is not a characteristic of the DASH diet? Question 30 options: Low-fat dairy products Low in saturated fat Low in carbohydrates Rich in fruits and vegetables Weegy: Low in carbohydrates is not a characteristic of the DASH diet. User: Female athletes need _______ body fat to maintain normal menstrual function, which is important for maintain bone health. Question 31 options: 13 to 17 percent 3 to 4 percent 1 to 2 percent 5 to 7 percent Weegy: Female athletes need 13 to 17 percent body fat to maintain normal menstrual function, which is important for maintain bone health. User: Poor bone health, increased incidence of injuries, menstrual irregularities, and increased risk of developing eating disorders describe consequences of low energy intake for which one of the following groups? Question 32 options: Athletes who are 20-22 years old Athletes who are younger than 19 Athletes who are older than 65 Athletes who are 35-40 years old Weegy: Poor bone health, increased incidence of injuries, menstrual irregularities, and increased risk of developing eating disorders describe consequences of low energy intake for Athletes who are younger than 19. [ ] User: What is one key way to reduce the risk of atherosclerosis? Question 33 options: Get regular physician examinations Eat enough calories for activity levels Gain enough weight to increase BMI Stop using tobacco products Weegy: One key way to reduce the risk of atherosclerosis is Stop using tobacco products. User: A1c of _____ is considered prediabetes. Question 34 options: 6.6 5.9 5.6 5.0 (More)
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To feel better - is not a reason why athletes typically strive for lower body weight and lower body fat.

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