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The Body Can Make Glucose From Fatty Acids True Or False

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Sort Because they do not consume any animal products, vegans must make extra efforts to include nutrients that are found in animal products but to a much lesser degree, if at all, in plant products. These nutrients are iron, calcium, zinc, and ____________ Vitamin B12 The World Cancer Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer Research recommend that people limit their intake of red meat to no more than 18 ounces every week and eat very little processed meat. These recommendations are explained by ___________ the 2010 dietary guidelines and myplate During infancy the ability to process the essential fatty acids to other fatty acids such as arachidonic acid and DHA may be impaired due to immature production of the required enzymes. In this situation, arachidonic acid and DHA are considered to be _________________ conditionally essential Continue reading >>

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    How accurate are 'skinfold' body fat tests that use callipers?
    98%
    The American College of Sports Medicine states that skinfold measurements, when performed by a trained, skilled tester, are up to 98% accurate. Because of the consistency in results, the high success rate, and the low margin of error, this is generally accepted as the best field test, outside of clinical testing, such as hydrostatic weighing.

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    Wearing ankle or wrist weights is a safe way to add intensity to your walks.
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    Avoid wearing ankle and wrist weights. They can alter your normal movement patterns and increase the risk of injury. If you must add weight to your workout, a weighted vest helps distribute weight more evenly and allows you to move more freely and normally than weights attached to your extremities.

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    True or False: Exercise can help slow brain shrinkage in people with early Alzheimer's disease.
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    A study in the journal Neurology showed that exercise may help slow brain shrinkage in people with early Alzheimer's disease. In the study, adults diagnosed with early Alzheimer's who were less physically fit had four times more brain shrinkage than normal older adults

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