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TRUE or FALSE. Write true if the statement is correct and false if otherwise.

TRUE or FALSE. Write true if the statement is correct and false if otherwise.

1. Malnutrition is a condition that results only from under nutrition. 2. High density lipoprotein is a type of cholesterol that should be avoided. 3. Carbohydrates are the primary source of energy. 4. Grow foods are also known as energy giving foods. 5. Essential amino acids are those that cannot be synthesized by the body. 6. Kwashiorkor is a condition resulting from a lack of protein in the diet. 7. Fish, lean meat and legumes are great sources of carbohydrates. 8. According to the latest food guide pyramid, it takes around 60-90 minutes of exercise to prevent weight gain and sustain weight loss. 9. Complementary food, such as rice water, should be given to babies 6months old and below. 10. Fruits such as apples and green leafy vegetables are great sources of fiber. 11. Complex carbohydrates are preferred over simple and compound carbohydrates since they help prevent sudden increase in blood sugar levels. 12. Protein facilitates the absorption of vitamins A, D, E and K. 13. Animal meat is a good source of incomplete proteins. 14. Glow foods are also known as regulating foods that provide vitamins and minerals. 15. Macronutrients are nutrients for humans required in small quantities.

1. Malnutrition is a condition that results only from under nutrition. 2. High density lipoprotein is a type of cholesterol that should be avoided. 3. Carbohydrates are the primary source of energy. 4. Grow foods are also known as energy giving foods. 5. Essential amino acids are those that cannot be synthesized by the body. 6. Kwashiorkor is a condition resulting from a lack of protein in the diet. 7. Fish, lean meat and legumes are great sources of carbohydrates. 8. According to the latest food guide pyramid, it takes around 60-90 minutes of exercise to prevent weight gain and sustain weight loss. 9. Complementary food, such as rice water, should be given to babies 6months old and below. 10. Fruits such as apples and green leafy vegetables are great sources of fiber. 11. Complex carbohydrates are preferred over simple and compound carbohydrates since they help maintain the blood sugar levels. 12. Protein facilitate the absorption of vitamins A, D, E and K 13. Animal meat is a good source of incomplete proteins. 14. Glow foods are also known as regulating foods that provide vitamins and minerals. 15. Macronutrients are nutrients for humans required in small quantities.