C Short Answer Type Questions
Answer the following questions:
1. What is diet?
2. Name the types of foods which mak

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C Short Answer Type Questions
Answer the following questions:
1. What is diet?
2. Name the types of foods which make up a balanced diet.
3. Why does a teenager need more food than a baby?
4. What are protective foods? Give two examples.
5. Why does our body need nutritious food?
6. We cannot digest cellulose. Why, then, is it important to include cellulose in our diet?
7. Explain why you should :
(a) eat more fruit and vegetables?
(b) remove most of the fat from meat?
(c) eat less cakes and ice creams?
(d) eat fresh food instead of processed food?
8. Why are animal proteins considered better than plant proteins?
9. What type of nutrition is found in humans? Write about source of human food.
10. Give examples of three calcium-deficiency diseases.
11. Which vitamin is contained in large amounts in citrus fruits? Is it water soluble or fat soluble?
12. Name the important minerals required by the human body.
13. What happens to children suffering from an extreme lack of proteins and energy-giving foods?

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Ruby 2 months 2021-07-30T03:37:09+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-07-30T03:38:14+00:00

    Answer:

    hi, I too play amoung us. and what you asking I don’t know sorry

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    2021-07-30T03:38:32+00:00

    Explanation:

    1. In nutrition, diet is the sum of food consumed by a person or other organism. The word diet often implies the use of specific intake of nutrition for health or weight-management reasons. Although humans are omnivores, each culture and each person holds some food preferences or some food taboos.

    2. A balanced diet contains foods from the following groups: fruits, vegetables, dairy, grains, and protein.

    3. Teenagers require more food than a baby because they are in a high growing stage. Height and weight rapidly increase, thus demanding more proteins, carbohydrates and vitamins as per requirement of the body. Moreover as kids grow they lead a more active life in terms of work and play.

    4. Foods such as leafy or yellow vegetables, meat, citrus fruits, egg, milk, which contain sufficient quantities of vitamins, minerals and high-quality proteins that protect against the occurrence of a disease of deficiency. Beriberi, Scurvy, Pellagra are also examples of protective foods.

    5. There are 6 essential nutrients that the body needs to function properly. Nutrients are compounds in foods essential to life and health, providing us with energy, the building blocks for repair and growth and substances necessary to regulate chemical processes.

    6. Humans cannot digest cellulose, but it is important in the diet as fibre. Fibre assists your digestive system – keeping food moving through the gut and pushing waste out of the body. Animals, such as cows, sheep and horses, can digest cellulose, which is why they can get the energy and nutrients they need from grass.

    7(a). Eating plenty of fruits and veggies may help reduce the risk of many diseases, including heart disease, high blood pressure, and some cancers. 5. Vitamins & Minerals. Fruits and veggies are rich in vitamins and minerals that help you feel healthy and energized.

    7(c). cake and ice cream contain lots on milk and sugar. Milk contains lots of fat. Sugar gets clogged in your attires and will give you a hart attack.

    7(d). Real food is packed with antioxidants and nutrients that support heart health, including magnesium and healthy fats. Eating a diet rich in nutritious, unprocessed foods may also help reduce inflammation, which is considered one of the major drivers of heart disease (10)

    8. Bottom Line: Animal foods are the highest quality protein sources. Plant sources lack one or more amino acids, which makes it more difficult to get all the amino acids that your body needs.

    9. Nutrients. The seven major classes of nutrients are carbohydrates, fats, fiber, minerals, proteins, vitamins, and water. Nutrients can be grouped as either macronutrients or micronutrients (needed in small quantities). Carbohydrates, fats, and proteins are macronutrients, and provide energy.

    10. A long-term calcium deficiency can lead to dental changes, cataracts, alterations in the brain, and osteoporosis, which causes the bones to become brittle. A calcium deficiency may cause no early symptoms.

    Dental problems

    tooth decay.

    brittle teeth.

    irritated gums.

    weak tooth roots.

    11. Any excess of water-soluble vitamins, like the Vitamin B complex or Vitamin C, are excreted through the urination process. Many B vitamins and Vitamin C can be found in vegetables (like leafy greens and other green vegetables) and fruits (like citrus fruits).

    12. Minerals are those elements on the earth and in foods that our bodies need to develop and function normally. Those essential for health include calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, chloride, magnesium, iron, zinc, iodine, chromium, copper, fluoride, molybdenum, manganese, and selenium.

    13. Protein-Energy Malnutrition in Children

    PEM manifests as underweight (low body weight compared with healthy peers), stunting (poor linear growth), wasting (acute weight loss), or edematous malnutrition (kwashiorkor).

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