• anonymous
Advertisements are filled with images of extremely fit and sometimes even underweight people. What is an example of how these images might positively influence a person's health choices? a.) Choosing to use weight loss supplements to increase weight loss. b) Electing to skip meals to reduce calorie intake until target weight is met. c)Figuring out ways to purge after meals to reduce the number of calories consumed. d) Finding ways to increase physical activity to burn calories and increase heart rate.
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