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A claim that when calorie intake changes from 2000 calories to 2500 calories is Sodium and Cholesterol intake remains the same Total fat intake can increase slightly Total carbohydrate and fiber intake can increase slightly All of the above
I think it is "Total carbohydrate and fiber intake can increase slightly" because changing your caloric intake from 2000 to 2500 means eating more.
@Savannahhhh143 It is confusing though because this is a very poorly worded question.

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increased calorie intake means u either increase intake of carbohydrates or fats or proteins or alcohol. bad question fibres dont get digested na and cholesterol will depend on actual food eaten

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