Nutrients in Food Quiz


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passing of digested material out of the digestive tract

A. Ingestion

B. Digestion

C. Absorption

D. Elimination


are complex organic molecules needed in small amounts, and cannot be manufactured by the human body.

A. Carbohydrates

B. Protein

C. Fats

D. Vitamins

E. Minerals


Amino acids, the building blocks of proteins, are essential for the formation of new protoplasm for growth and repair of worn-out body cells.

A. Carbohydrates

B. Protein

C. Fats

D. Vitamins

E. Minerals


the intake of food into the body

A. Ingestion

B. Digestion

C. Absorption

D. Elimination


They come mainly from plants in the form of sugar and starch.

A. Carbohydrates

B. Protein

C. Fats

D. Vitamins

E. Minerals


or roughage

A. Water

B. Fiber

C. Fats

D. Vitamins

E. Minerals


is the best biological solvent

A. Water

B. Fiber

C. Fats

D. Vitamins

E. Minerals


are inorganic substances that do not provide energy, but these are important in different body functions.

A. Carbohydrates

B. Protein

C. Fats

D. Vitamins

E. Minerals


the process of mechanical and chemical breakdown, where by large food molecules are broken down into simpler molecules that can be absorbed by the body cells.

A. Ingestion

B. Digestion

C. Absorption

D. Elimination


includes butter, cheese, fatty meat, nuts.

A. Carbohydrates

B. Protein

C. Fats

D. Vitamins

E. Minerals


cannot be stored in the body and must be supplied in daily life

A. Water-Soluble Vitamins

B. Fat-Soluble Vitamins


are molecules in food that nourish the body by providing energy and materials essential for growth and development.

A. Nutrients

B. Nutrition

C. Wellness


the process in which digested food materials are absorbed by the body cells converted into new protoplasm or used to provide energy.

A. Ingestion

B. Digestion

C. Absorption

D. Elimination


can be stored in the fats of the body

A. Water-Soluble Vitamins

B. Fat-Soluble Vitamins


are energy-providing foods.

A. Carbohydrates

B. Protein

C. Fats

D. Vitamins

E. Minerals


Have fat-soluble and water-soluble

A. Carbohydrates

B. Protein

C. Fats

D. Vitamins

E. Minerals


are used for the synthesis of enzymes, hormones, and antibodies to combat diseases.

A. Carbohydrates

B. Protein

C. Fats

D. Vitamins

E. Minerals


You get this from drink and food that you take daily

A. Water

B. Fiber

C. Fats

D. Vitamins

E. Minerals


Eating foods that is rich of this is an excellent way of storing energy for future use.

A. Carbohydrates

B. Protein

C. Fats

D. Vitamins

E. Minerals


refers to the indigestible fibrous material found in vegetable and fruit.

A. Water

B. Fiber

C. Fats

D. Vitamins

E. Minerals


includes rice, bread, and cereals.

A. Carbohydrates

B. Protein

C. Fats

D. Vitamins

E. Minerals


main source of energy

A. Carbohydrates

B. Protein

C. Fats

D. Vitamins

E. Minerals




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