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Default Important MCQs about vitamins

"Vitamin K" helps in clotting of blood.
Fat Soluble Vitamins are Vitamins A,D,E,K.
Water Soluble Vitamins are Vitamins B,C.
Night Blindness is due to lack of Vitamin A.
"Vitamin D" our diet promotes bone formation and calcium absorption in our body.
Rickets in childhood occurs due to lack of Vitamin D.
Muscular and nervous disorder is due to lack of Vitamin E.
Vitamin C gets destroyed on heating.
Vitamin B complex includes Vitamins B1, B2 , B6 , B12 .
Deficiency of Vitamin B1 causes Beri Beri.
Deficiency of Vitamin C leads to a disease known as Scurvy.
Ascorbic Acid vitamins is known as the "Anti-Sterile"factor.
"Vitamin D" found in the body by exposure to ultra violet radiation on sunlight.
"Vitamin D" can be most easily synthesised in human body.
"Vitamin D "helps in growing the children for strengthened Bones and Teeth.
Milk is not the source of"Vitamin C".
Carrot is the best source of "Vitamin A".
"Vitamin C" is known as anti-scurvy factor.
Rickets is caused by the deficiency of "Vitamin D".
This statement is correct "Vitamin K is necessary for clotting of blood".
"Vitamin A" is present in Liver , Milk and Green Vegetables.
Poor night vision is because of lack of "Vitamin A".
"Vitamin c" is known as Ascorbic Acid.
Deficiency of "Vitamin A" in man may result of ""Night Blindness & Xerophthalmia".
"Vitamin B"capable of formation of blood.
Some of the vitamins get destroyed during the processing and cooking of food. The "Vitamin C" is most susceptible of heat destruction.
"Vitamin D" is provided by Sunlight to the body.
"Vitamin C" is very liable and easily destroyed during cooking as well as storage.
"Vitamin D" is essential for proper bone and teeth formation.
Healing of wounds is hastened by "Vitamin c".
The richest source of "Vitamin D" is Cod Liver Oil.
"Vitamin K" is synthesised in the body by intestinal bacteria.
The human body needs the following vitamins. Arrange them in the increasing order of their requirement.
Answer : ( Vitamin K,E,D,A )

"Vitamin C" is generally excreted by humans in Urine.
Milk , Cheese and Eggs are the source of "Vitamin A , D".
Cow milk is rich source of "Vitamin A".
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