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One "outside of the body" factor that contributes to obesity is:
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User: One "outside of the body" factor that contributes to obesity is:

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Obesity is a condition that is associated with having an excess of body fat, defined by genetic and environmental factors that are difficult to control when dieting.




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One "outside of the body" factor that contributes to obesity is the "built environment," which can discourage physical activity.

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A woman of normal weight may have, on the average, _____ percent of the body weight as fat.
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A woman of normal weight may have, on the average, 20 percent of the body weight as fat.

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The theory that a person with more adipose tissue containing energy-wasting proteins will be leaner is referred to as
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The theory that a person with more adipose tissue containing energy-wasting proteins will be leaner is referred to as brown fat theory.

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When setting a target for weight loss, an appropriate goal would be:
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When setting a target for weight loss, an appropriate goal would be reduction of body weight by 5-10% over a year's time.

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Weegy: The psychological desire to eat is referred to as: APPETITE. User: Which of the following types of foods sustain satiety longer than other foods? User: The theory that a person with more adipose tissue containing energy-wasting proteins will be leaner is referred to as the _____. (More)
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Foods that are high in protein sustain satiety longer than other foods.
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When setting a target for weight loss, an appropriate goal would be: - - - - weight loss the first several weeks of 5-6 lb/week to show progress. reduction of BMI by at least 5 points. reduction of body weight by 5-10% over a year's time. a large, long-term goal to work toward. reduction of body weight by 5-10% over a year's time.
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When setting a target for weight loss, an appropriate goal would be: reduction of body weight by 5-10% over a year's time.
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