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Which of the following most logically completes the argument given below?

Tribes that live in desert communities tend to live on a largely meaty diet, and they eat very less vegetables. Few of them suffer from high blood sugar, and their blood sugar does not tend to increase with age, as is common in cities present in non-desert countries. These people though, develop high blood sugar when they move to cities. Though suggestive, these facts do not establish vegetables as the culprit in high blood sugar, however, because.......


a.genetic factors could account for the lack of increase of blood sugar with age among such people
b.there are changes in other aspects of diet when such people move to the city
c.it is possible to have a meaty diet while living in a city
d.people eating vegetable rich diets and living from birth in cities in non-desert societies generally have a tendency to have high blood sugar
e.vegetables are necessary to maintain a healthy and balanced diet

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Re: Tribes that live in desert communities tend to live [#permalink]

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Which of the following most logically completes the argument given below?

Tribes that live in desert communities tend to live on a largely meaty diet, and they eat very less vegetables. Few of them suffer from high blood sugar, and their blood sugar does not tend to increase with age, as is common in cities present in non-desert countries. These people though, develop high blood sugar when they move to cities. Though suggestive, these facts do not establish vegetables as the culprit in high blood sugar, however, because.......


a.genetic factors could account for the lack of increase of blood sugar with age among such people
b.there are changes in other aspects of diet when such people move to the city
c.it is possible to have a meaty diet while living in a city
d.people eating vegetable rich diets and living from birth in cities in non-desert societies generally have a tendency to have high blood sugar
e.vegetables are necessary to maintain a healthy and balanced diet

source:CrackVerbal


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