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Question 1
1 Exercise is any type of structured or planned physical activity.
   
 
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Question 2
2 Cardiorespiratory exercise often involves continuous activities that use large muscle groups and is predominately anaerobic.
   
 
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3 To maintain body weight and prevent gradual weight gain, one should participate in approximately 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous intensity activity on most days of the week while not consuming excess calories.
   
 
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4 People with diabetes, hypertension, and other types of heart disease should consult a physician before participating in any exercise program.
   
 
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5 Iron-rich foods such as enriched cereals should be introduced around 6 months, as the infant's stores of iron are depleted at about this time.
   
 
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6 When introducing solid foods, it is best to introduce only one new food per week for allergy detection purposes.
   
 
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7 Pregnant women should not exercise after the first trimester.
   
 
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8 Pregnant women should be cautious not to consume too much vitamin A, especially during the first trimester.
   
 
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9 Toddlers and preschoolers have slower growth rates than infants.
   
 
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10 Parents must be mindful about portion sizes for young children and avoid making children clean their plates.
   
 
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11 Involving children in the food shopping, menu selection, and preparation is a way to discourage trying new foods.
   
 
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12 The National School Lunch Program provides meals designed to meet certain nutrient guidelines for calories, protein, calcium, iron, vitamin A, and vitamin C.
   
 
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13 The four Cs of keeping food safe in the kitchen are clean, combat cross contamination, cook thoroughly, and chill to a cold enough temperature.
   
 
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14 Bovine spongiform encephalopathy is also known as mad cow disease.
   
 
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15 The Environmental Protection Agency protects both people and the environment from harmful pesticides.
   
 
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16 Food preservation illustrates the roles that farmers, food manufacturers, food transporters, retailers, and consumers play in ensuring the food supply remains safe.
   
 
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17 Enough food is available to provide at least 4.3 pounds of food per person per day worldwide.
   
 
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18 Lack of food can lead to numerous other symptoms that compound the problem of hunger.
   
 
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19 All homeless people reside on the street or in their automobiles.
   
 
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Question 20
20 Twenty five percent of people who experience hunger around the world are actually farmers.
   
 
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