Nutrition

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You decide to perform proximate analysis on a sample from your best friend's diet. Most abundant component(s) in nitrogen free extract of diet would be:

a) insoluble fibre
b) starch
c) triglyceride
d) Sodium and potassium

I know the correct answer is b) starch but if possible, would anyone be able to explain why this is the correct answer. Thanks, any help is appreciated!

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