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20. When your body burns calories more efficiently, you A. exercise without fatigue. B. decrease the amount of muscle mass and increase the amount of body fat. C. increase the amount of muscle mass and decrease the amount of body fat. D. lose all your body fat.
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When your body burns calories more efficiently, you increase the amount of muscle mass and decrease the amount of body fat. 
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When your body burns calories more efficiently, you increase the amount of muscle mass and decrease the amount of body fat. 
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