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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Calcium
  2. Pantothenic Acid
  3. Thiamin (Vitamin B1)
  4. Folate
  5. Vitamin A
  1. a Widespread functions in the body and sources in food
  2. b Deficiency disease is beriberi
  3. c Deficiency causes megaloblastic anemia
  4. d Most important food source of this vitamin is milk. Deficiency disease is osteoporosis. Recommended intake for female adult is 1200 mg/day
  5. e A mild deficiency may cause night blindness

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Essential trace element, enzyme constituent, protein metabolism, storage of insulin, immune system and sexual maturation
  2. Main Function is water balance. Too much of this mineral will cause hypertension
  3. Deficiency causes anemia and is the most prevalent nutritional problem in the world
  4. Deficiency disease is scurvy
  5. A strong antioxidant that preserves structural membranes such as cell walls

5 True/False questions

  1. SeleniumAssociated with Keshan disease (heart muscle disease named after the area in China where it was discovered). Toxicity of this mineral is characterized by brittle hair and nails

          

  2. SulfurMain Function is water balance. Too much of this mineral will cause hypertension

          

  3. CopperDeficiency causes megaloblastic anemia

          

  4. FlourideA key element in hydrochloric acid. The deficiency of this is Hypochloremic

          

  5. PhosphorusPartner with calcium in bone formation