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The particular level of weight that the body strives to maintain, which in turn regulates food intake, is known as what point? (A)intermdiary (B) obesity set (C)ratio (D) weight set
The particular level of weight that the body strive to maintain which in turn regulates food intake is known as weight set point.
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The particular level of weight that the body strive to maintain which in turn regulates food intake is known as weight set point.
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