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Bone mass typically peaks at age 23. Select one: True False
Bone mass typically peaks at age 23. TRUE.
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Bone mass typically peaks at age 23. TRUE.
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Which vitamin is primarily responsible for blood clotting? Select one: a. vitamin A b. vitamin C c. vitamin E d. vitamin K
Weegy: Vitamin K is primarily responsible for blood clotting. User: True or False? Blood calcium levels must be kept constant at all costs, even at the expense of bone strength. Select one: True False Weegy: Blood calcium levels must be kept constant at all costs, even at the expense of bone strength. TRUE. (More)
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Which is the most common nutrient deficiency in the world? Select one: a. iron b. zinc c. copper d. calcium
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IRON deficiency is the most common nutrient deficiency in the world.
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True or False? Vitamins are found in every food group, including fats and oils. Select one: True False
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Vitamins are found in every food group, including fats and oils. TRUE
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Sodium and potassium are positively charged ions called cations, and chloride and phosphate form negatively charged ions called anions. Select one: True False
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Sodium and potassium are positively charged ions called cations, and chloride and phosphate form negatively charged ions called anions. True.

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True or False? A negative energy balance occurs when you take in more calories than you need, and a positive energy balance occurs when you take in fewer calories than you need.
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A negative energy balance occurs when you take in more calories than you need, and a positive energy balance occurs when you take in fewer calories than you need. False.



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