Why do humans need cellulose in their diet even though they do not possess enzymes in the digestive system that can break it down?
A. It is required as a precursor to synthesise DNA and proteins.
B. It provides the structural material for cell walls.
C. It acts as dietary fibre to help move food through the digestive system more quickly.
D. It acts as a storage source for energy.
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D. All of the above