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The Dietary Guidelines recommend you add salt to all of your food due to the fact that sodium is so important in regulating water balance in the body.
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User: The Dietary Guidelines recommend you add salt to all of your food due to the fact that sodium is so important in regulating water balance in the body.

Weegy: The Dietary Guidelines recommend you add salt to all your foods due to the fact that sodium is so important in regulating water balance in the body. FALSE.

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User: Adolescence is a period in life when nutrient needs soar largely due to the increase in growth and development.

Weegy: Adolescence is a period in life when nutrient needs soar largely due to the increase in growth and development. TRUE.

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User: Since water is so abundant in the body, you could live weeks without it.

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Since water is so abundant in the body, you could live weeks without it. False

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