anonymous
  • anonymous
I can't make up my mind on the answer. They all seem to fit. Please... One common risk factor in cardiovascular diseases is obesity. Which one of the following behaviors should you decrease to avoid developing obesity? fat intake salt intake exercise smoking
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anonymous
  • anonymous
So I know smoking should be eliminated, and you should increase exercise... Salt is very bad for your health, but fat intake is what makes you obese. Right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm blank, its 2:30am and I'm taking my hope exam... big mistake to leave things for later. >.<
anonymous
  • anonymous
indeed. the gradient vector is the correct choice.! nice math question!

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Sorry about that! Where could I post a question about physical education or health? for future reference...
anonymous
  • anonymous
not sure! haha. but i would say that decreasing fat intake is a solid answer...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Alrighty! I'm about to slam my head onto my keyboard... so sleepy -.- Wow that was a fairly simple question, now that i look at it... But I really appreciate the input, thank you @chemENGINEER .(:

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