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8) which fiber appears to be a factor in lowering blood cholesterol levels. A) Soluble B) Complex C) Insoluble D) Composit
SOLUBLE fiber appears to be a factor in lowering blood cholesterol levels.
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SOLUBLE fiber appears to be a factor in lowering blood cholesterol levels.
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7) ________ is a food that would be considered an example of complete protein. A) An egg B) Beans and rice C) 4 oz of lean hamburger D) All of the above
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Answer: all of the above. An egg, beans and rice, and 4 oz of lean hamburger would all be considered examples of complete protein.

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