Thanks doe007. Very good question and +1 kudo awarded.
KEY is: people suffering from this syndrome consumed dairy products in MUCH LARGER QUANTITIES
than people who were not suffering
If one consumes dairy products at normal level
, he or she won't be suffered
from the syndrome.Analyze the question:This is cause & effect:
Fact: more X causes Y,
conclusion: to avoid Y, must reduce X
assumption: Y does not make X increase. Because if Y makes X increase, we can't reduce X.
Premise: people suffering from Babbler consumed dairy products in much larger quantities than people who were not suffering
Conclusion: to avoid Babblers syndrome, people should completely avoid the consumption of dairy products or consume them in moderate quantities at best.
Assumption: Babbler does not cause one consume more dairy products.Consider each answer:
(A) Excessive consumption of dairy products can have a negative impact
on the health of people ==> WRONG
. Out of scope
(B) Babblers syndrome is a dangerous disease
. Out of scope
(C) The effects of Babblers syndrome do not include excessive desire to consume dairy products ==> CORRECT
(D) Cutting down on dairy products will ensure that one does not contract Babblers syndrome ==> SHELL GAME.
because the cutting down on dairy products does not help anything if Babbler makes one consume more dairy products ==> Result, one cannot reduce consumption of dairy products.
(E) Nothing else can lead to Babblers syndrome except the consumption of dairy products ==> SHELL GAME.
Wrong. It's true that consumption of dairy products leads to Babbler syndrome, but only TOO MUCH consumption
of dairy products, not moderate consumption. So I'd say E is incomplete assumption
, hence, E is wrong
Hope it helps.
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