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Match the following

Column I Column II

i. Macronutrient a. Vitamin B

ii. Water soluble vitamin b. Vitamin E

iii. Fat soluble vitamin c. Calcium

iv. Mineral d. Carbohydrates


A

i). c., ii). d., iii). b., iv). a.

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B

i). d., ii). b., iii). e., iv). a.

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C

i). d., ii). a., iii). b., iv). c.

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D

i). b., ii). a., iii). c., iv). d.

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Solution

The correct option is C

i). d., ii). a., iii). b., iv). c.


The correct matching pairs are:

i. Macronutrients are the nutrients that are needed by the body in large amounts and the examples for that are Carbohydrates, Fats and Proteins. d. Carbohydrates.

ii. The minerals and the vitamins are known as protective or regulatory foods. Vitamins are also classified as water soluble and fat soluble. Water soluble means that they dissolve only in water.

(Water soluble vitamins are Vitamins B and C). a. Vitamin B.

iii. Fat soluble means that they dissolve only in lipids.The fat soluble vitamins are Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin E and Vitamin K. b. Vitamin E.

iv. Minerals required in larger quantities are known as major minerals and those required in very low quantities are known as trace minerals.

Major : Calcium, Chloride

Trace : Chromium, Copper c. Calcium


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