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Amino acids that you obtain from eating foods are classified as
A. essential. C. extracellular.
B. facilitated. D. inorganic.

A - is this correct

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    Well, probably not all amino acids that we eat are essential, but by definition the ones we need and can a only get from food are called "essential".

    The question was badly worded

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essential_amino_acid

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