anonymous
  • anonymous
A dietician examines the diet of a patient who is complaining that he is unable to build muscle mass. The patient eats mainly fresh fruits, vegetables, pasta, bread, and some fats and oils. Which type of supplement will the dietician most likely recommend? citric acid fatty acids nucleic acids amino acids
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it may be amino acids....
anonymous
  • anonymous
Amino acids. The patient's diet has no meat or legumes, so it is low in protein. Muscle cells require lots of protein, so if he's not eating protein he won't be able to gain muscle mass. Proteins are made from amino acids.
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okaii thank you so much

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