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New Weight Loss Salons invite all of you who are dissatisfied with you

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New Weight Loss Salons invite all of you who are dissatisfied with your present build to join our Exercise for Lunch Bunch. Instead of putting on even more weight by eating lunch, you actually cut down on your daily caloric intake by exercising rather than eating. Every single one of us has the potential to be slim and fit, so take the initiative and begin losing excess pounds today. Don’t eat! Exercise! You’ll lose weight and feel stronger, happier, and more attractive.

Which of the following, if true, would weaken the logic of the argument made by the advertisement?

(A) Nutritionists agree that it is permissible to skip lunch but it is not a good idea to skip breakfast.
(B) Most people will experience increased desire for food as a result of the exercise and will lose little weight as a result of enrolling in the program.
(C) In our society, obesity is regarded as unattractive.
(D) A person who is too thin is probably not in good health.
(E) Not everyone is dissatisfied with his or her present build or body weight.

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Doesn't option B strengthen the argument?
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Doesn't option B strengthen the argument?

I don't think so as it directly attacks the highlighted part below...

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New Weight Loss Salons invite all of you who are dissatisfied with your present build to join our Exercise for Lunch Bunch. Instead of putting on even more weight by eating lunch, you actually cut down on your daily caloric intake by exercising rather than eating. Every single one of us has the potential to be slim and fit, so take the initiative and begin losing excess pounds today. Don’t eat! Exercise! You’ll lose weight and feel stronger, happier, and more attractive.


(B) states that Increased exercise will result in more desire to consume food and result in less weight loss..

Thus, (B) is correct in my opinion...

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New Weight Loss Salons invite all of you who are dissatisfied with your present build to join our Exercise for Lunch Bunch. Instead of putting on even more weight by eating lunch, you actually cut down on your daily caloric intake by exercising rather than eating. Every single one of us has the potential to be slim and fit, so take the initiative and begin losing excess pounds today. Don’t eat! Exercise! You’ll lose weight and feel stronger, happier, and more attractive.

Which of the following, if true, would weaken the logic of the argument made by the advertisement?

(A) Nutritionists agree that it is permissible to skip lunch but it is not a good idea to skip breakfast.
(B) Most people will experience increased desire for food as a result of the exercise and will lose little weight as a result of enrolling in the program.
(C) In our society, obesity is regarded as unattractive.
(D) A person who is too thin is probably not in good health.
(E) Not everyone is dissatisfied with his or her present build or body weight.

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SajjadAhmad wrote:
New Weight Loss Salons invite all of you who are dissatisfied with your present build to join our Exercise for Lunch Bunch. Instead of putting on even more weight by eating lunch, you actually cut down on your daily caloric intake by exercising rather than eating. Every single one of us has the potential to be slim and fit, so take the initiative and begin losing excess pounds today. Don’t eat! Exercise! You’ll lose weight and feel stronger, happier, and more attractive.

Which of the following, if true, would weaken the logic of the argument made by the advertisement?

(A) Nutritionists agree that it is permissible to skip lunch but it is not a good idea to skip breakfast.
(B) Most people will experience increased desire for food as a result of the exercise and will lose little weight as a result of enrolling in the program.
(C) In our society, obesity is regarded as unattractive.
(D) A person who is too thin is probably not in good health.
(E) Not everyone is dissatisfied with his or her present build or body weight.

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A, C, D - irrelevant.

Between B and E
E - author does not advert to all the people, but to those who want to lose weight
B attacks the conclusion and weakens the argument
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