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    Context: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4a, 3.4a, 4.4a, 5.4a, 6.4a, 7.4a, 8.4a, 9-10.4a, 11-12.4a
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    1) Nutrition Fill-in-the-Blanks #1 --

    To solve the Nutrition and Fitness word puzzle, put a single answer in each fill-in-the-blanks. The correct answers are in the Nutrition vocabulary list.
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    Vocabulary Word List:
    Nutrition word list:
    allergen, amino acid, appetite, calories, carbohydrates, cholesterol, dietitian, electrolytes, fitness, ingredient, metabolism, mineral, nutrition, processed, proteins, RDA, supplement, vitamins

    Nutrition Fill-in-the-Blanks #1 --

    1)  Patsy eats eggs for breakfast twice a week to be sure to get an included in her diet.
    2)  A doctor strongly advised Bill to consult a since he had gained 25 pounds in one year.
    3)  Lois could not identify just one among othera she knew and asked the chef to tell her its name.
    4)  The butcher explained that meat would contain, in fact, additives but could last a long time.
    5)  Vicky takes a diet from the kitchen cabinet everyday to ensure her well-being.
    6)  Bonnie loved bread and fruit, two good sources of and ate two servings daily.
    7)  Jane saw a lot of yellow pollen, an , on the ground and knew she would soon get a stuffy nose.
    8)  Once Paula reached age 50, she needed to take the calcium to keep her bones strong.
    9)  Terry had eaten such a big dinner that she longer longer had an for more food!
    10)  Dr. Hendricks cautions his patients to keep their low.
    11)  Doris teaches classes concerning good in the evening at a local community college.
    12)  Lena was happy she knew the meanings of the letters and she quickly wrote down a correct answer for the quiz.
    13)  Bill insists on having multiple during the week and insists on servings of beef, salmon and eggs.
    14)  Molly never needed to count because she exercised regularly.
    15)  Students want to emulate the PE teacher, a real fanatic on , who keeps himself in great shape.
    16)  Sam envies Sally because her permits her to indulge often in sweets without gaining weight.
    17)  Doctor Thomas urges Joan to especially increase her intake of when she runs marathons.
    18)  Frank read detailed literature about and decided that 2 vitamin C tablets daily could ward off potential colds.