A sensory The ability of the brain to change based on an experience or

A sensory the ability of the brain to change based on

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A: sensory The ability of the brain to change based on an experience or environmental factors. A: brain plasticity Which of the following is not a symptom of weight loss? A: lack of sufficient sleep You must net at or below your BMR in terms of caloric intake. A: FALSE True or False: A 35000 calorie excess or deficit for a person meeting his assumptions, would lead to the gain or loss, respectively of one pound of body weight. A: false makes up lean muscle mass. A: Protein The term referring to the activity level use of little or no exercise. A: sedentary One of the simplest aerobic exercises in which your intensity varies to match your fitness level. A: Walking True or False: Rare latency periods vary from three days to two weeks after ingestion. A: false Bone loss increases as part of the natural ageing process. A: true Total energy expenditure is computed by adding 100% of the calories for activity A: strenuous
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diets are also referred to as balanced percentage diets. A: low-calorie Aerobic exercises starts with A: BREATHING years occur from age 5 to 18. A: bone building The American College of Sports Medicine recommends a minimum daily calorie intake of 1,200 for men. A: FALSE Unintentional weight loss occuring because of an inadequately nutritious diet relative to a person's energy needs. A: malnutrition True or False: Weight gain is associated with excessive consumption of fats, sugars and refined carbohydrates. A: true The cause of this disease-related malnutrition is poor appetite. A: impaired intake are microscopic sacs where oxygen enters into the blood. A: ALVEOLI True or False: Adults of all ages are advised to spare at least 75 minutes of rigorous exercise every week. A: TRUE The disease-related malnutrition which is caused by changes to metabolic demands caused by illness, surgery and organ dysfunction. A: altered requirements True or False: Depression is also a contributing factor to increase in weight. A: True True or False: Children are advised to take at least one hour of physical activity a day. A: true The other term for fat. A: adipose tissue True or False: Intentional weight loss is the loss of total body mass as a result of efforts to improve
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fitness and health or to change appearance through slimming. A: True The heart has the ability to decrease in size, slow and eventually fail. A: true BMR increases as you age. A: false Aerobic exercises become anaerobic exercises if performed at a level of intensity that is lower. A: false state means that the digestive system is inactive which requires twelve hours of fasting. A: post-absorptive Lean muscle tissue requires more calories than other tissues. A: true The amount of oxygen the muscles extract, or consume from the blood. A: oxygen consumption True or False: All medications can potentially cause weight gain or loss.
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