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The function of protein is to help the body
a) Grow and repair b) Maintain body fluids c) Give energy d) Promote the health of the eyes
Examples of protein foods would be
a) b) Meat, fish, eggs, cheese, milk c) d)
Fats
a) Are a very nutritious food b) Contain no calories c) Have no useful function, except giving energy d) Are useful when dieting
Examples of carbohydrate foods would be
a) Apples, oranges and grapes b) Butter, lard, vegetable oil c) Bread, rice, potatoes and pasta d) Meat, fish and eggs
Vitamin D helps the body
a) Helps carry oxygen in the blood b) Provide energy c) Absorb calcium to promote healthy bone and teeth growth d) Heal wounds
Vitamin C
a) Helps body absorb calcium and iron b) Maintains cell functions c) Promotes development of the nervous system d) Helps the body grow and repair
Folic Acid a member of the Vitamin B group
a) Maintains cell functions b) Helps the release of energy from food c) Helps the body grow and repair d) Helps carry oxygen in the blood
A deficiency of Vitamin D will result in the body developing
a) Beri - beri b) Kwashoirkor (pot-bellies swollen with water) c) Scurvy and slow healing wounds d) Rickets (bow legs)
A deficiency of Iron will result in the body developing
a) Anaemia b) Rickets (bow legs) c) Scurvy and slow healing wounds d) Weak bones
A deficiency of Calcium will result in the body developing
a) Scurvy and slow healing wounds b) Anaemia c) Weak bones and teeth d) Kwashoirkor (pot-bellies swollen with water)
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