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Competitors who use banned substances are subject to fines, ineligibility and suspension from their sports. TRUE.
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Competitors who use banned substances are subject to fines, ineligibility and suspension from their sports. TRUE.
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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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All of the following are true about the Daily Value footnote except: It provides the minimum amount of cholesterol you should eat.

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Eating less fat, cholesterol, and sodium may help reduce your risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, and cancer. true false
Weegy: Eating less fat, cholesterol, and sodium may help reduce your risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, and cancer. TRUE. User: True or False: In order to advertise the claim “Good source of,” a food must provide at least 10% of the Daily Value of a particular nutrient or vitamin per serving. true false (More)
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In order to advertise the claim “Good source of,” a food must provide at least 10% of the Daily Value of a particular nutrient or vitamin per serving. true false
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In order to advertise the claim “Good source of,” a food must provide at least 10% of the Daily Value of a particular nutrient or vitamin per serving. TRUE.
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All of the following are true about the Percent Daily Values (% DV) except that ________. A. you may need more or less than the % DV of certain nutrients if your calorie needs are above or below 2,000 calories B. % DV is based on an 1800 calorie diet C. % DV refers to the entire day, not just one meal D. a food with 5% DV is considered low in that nutrient
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All of the following are true about the Percent Daily Values (% DV) except that % DV is based on an 1800 calorie diet.
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