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The "F" in the "FITT" principle refers to what? A. frequency B. fat burning C. fitness D. fatigue
The "F" in the "FITT" principle refers to frequency.
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The "F" in the "FITT" principle refers to frequency.
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All of the following are true about the Daily Value foot note except what? A. It provides the maximum amount of sodium you should eat. B. It provides the minimum amount of cholesterol you should eat. C. It provides a reference chart for people following either a 2,000 calorie or 2,500 calorie diet. D. It provides the maximum amount of total fat and saturated fat you should eat.
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