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Biology, 22.06.2019 21:10 kris22elizondop9v1bb

What is a long-term benefit of healthy eating?

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Answer from: samm2002
You will live longerIt will reduce risk of cancer, diabetes, and other diseases
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Answer from: justinhk10

The answer is A. It's late but I was looking for this answer to do just for future purposes :)

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Answer from: shady1095

the answer is A

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Answer from: mazolethrin9632

The first one because the other ones are false

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Answer from: floverek

There is a deceased chance of developing osteoporosis.

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Answer from: vale2652
Having a healthy diet and just staying healthy in general
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Answer from: LeilaniCo
It’s A because the healthier you eat , the stronger your bones. Plus all the other options are non- benefits and we’re looking for a benefit
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Answer from: ellarsteers
Weight Control

The easy comparison of human mass preservation is from counting calories that are being taken on the daily bases and this is where it begins with a healthful diet control.

Lower Danger Concerning Chronic Disease

When consuming fresh it is less hopeful to acquire high blood pressure, to develop osteoporosis or blood sugar variations. The long-term health benefits overcome the chance of illness and limit the possibility of early death from heart attack and stroke.

Maximum Health

Our body depends on active cardiovascular and respiratory function so that it could carry fresh oxygen and different nutrients for all the body’s groups. Certain metabolic demands growth along with our physical activity level.

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