Chazz16
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Differences in beverages can be slight or significant. Soft drinks, generally, are very high in sugar and sodium content, providing a great deal of flavor. Drinks such as water and energy drinks are much lower in sodium and sugar, thereby providing better hydration. Milk and juice both have high sugar content, but milk is also a good source of protein. How does the make-up of milk contrast to that of juice? A-Juice provides more sugar content than milk. B-Milk provides more protein than juice. C-Milk and juice are equally good for you. D-Milk and juice are equally bad for you.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
B
JazzyLuvsU123
  • JazzyLuvsU123
Ohhh i remember doing this type of assignment in class B. is the answer
Chazz16
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Definetly B, it explicitly states that in the paragraph
JazzyLuvsU123
  • JazzyLuvsU123
Yes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
JazzyLuvsU123
  • JazzyLuvsU123
@Chazz16 Look here - Milk and juice both have high sugar content, but milk is also a good source of protein.
Chazz16
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Can Some One Help Me With Some More Questions Please!!!!
JazzyLuvsU123
  • JazzyLuvsU123
Sure
Chazz16
  • Chazz16
Thanks. When you are exercising, it is important to rehydrate your body as it loses liquid through sweat and calorie consumption. Water is a great source of hydration, but energy drinks can also restore some of the calories and electrolytes that are lost through sweat. How do energy drinks differ from water? A-They contain calories and electrolytes that your body needs. B-They contain calories and electrolytes that your body does not need. C-They contain calories and electrolytes that water does not. D-They contain calories and electrolytes the same as water.
anonymous
  • anonymous
c
Chazz16
  • Chazz16
Are You Sure
JazzyLuvsU123
  • JazzyLuvsU123
Mhm C. It states it in the paragraph -- Water is a great source of hydration, but energy drinks can also restore some of the calories and electrolytes that are lost through sweat.
Chazz16
  • Chazz16
SO What Is It??
anonymous
  • anonymous
c
JazzyLuvsU123
  • JazzyLuvsU123
It is C.
JazzyLuvsU123
  • JazzyLuvsU123
Anymore questions???
Chazz16
  • Chazz16
@JazzyLuvsU123 Yes. Differences in beverages can be slight or significant. Soft drinks, generally, are very high in sugar and sodium content, providing a great deal of flavor. Drinks such as water and energy drinks are much lower in sodium and sugar, thereby providing better hydration. Milk and juice both have high sugar content, but milk is also a good source of protein. What is the comparison inherent in the passage? A-Sodas are not as good for you to drink as water and energy drinks. B-Soda is as healthy a drink as milk. C-Energy drinks provide better hydration than water.

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