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Eating good food is critical to good health because good food A. has ingredients that are high in nutrients. B. is much cheaper than junk food. C. can completely prevent you from getting sick. D. will never make you gain weight
Eating good food is critical to good health because good food has ingredients that are high in nutrients.
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Eating good food is critical to good health because good food has ingredients that are high in nutrients.
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The beginning of every workout should start with: a warm-up.

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